The Church of Betting

The 5 Hottest Sports Betting Trends in 2019

Today I want to talk to you about the 5 sports betting trends, which in my opinion will shake the world of sports betting in 2019. These are all topics that, in my opinion, every serious and forward-thinking punter should at least be aware of in order to stay ahead of the pack. I will … Read moreThe 5 Hottest Sports Betting Trends in 2019

Betting Automation

Sharp betting is hard work. In order to beat the bookies, one needs Value Bets, in one form or another. Even if you have found a software to supply you with value bets, you need to go through a number of steps in order to actually place the bet: Be on your computer when the … Read moreBetting Automation

The Ultimate Guide to Value Betting

Value Betting – it’s all about taking calculated risks The term Value Betting seems to be gaining a lot of popularity these days. There are new services popping out as there are old ones adding Value Betting to their portfolio. Some of them offer decent quality, some of them perhaps less so. All of a … Read moreThe Ultimate Guide to Value Betting

A Sharbing Story – Making Money Arbitraging At Betting Shops

Today we have with us none other than the professional sports bettor and entrepreneur Sam Priestley from SamPriestley.com (a.k.a. The Arbing Blog). Sam has some excellent betting articles on his experiences matched betting and arbing, but also regularly reports on his other businesses, like his successful table tennis brand and a promising gin-making start-up. Today … Read moreA Sharbing Story – Making Money Arbitraging At Betting Shops

Tips and Tricks to Make Matched Betting Work For You

A long time ago I have mentioned an even more secure and easy way of building your starting bank than arbing – namely matched betting. Matched betting consists in making use of bookmaker’s free bets and other bonuses in order to build up capital. I haven’t really come to explaining the details until now. Luckily, … Read moreTips and Tricks to Make Matched Betting Work For You

Beating the racetrack: How to build the perfect model

Hello and Happy New Year to everyone! You must have noticed my slow to non-existing pace of publishing articles on this blog recently. With the World Cup and the hot summer around, I must admit there were better things to do than writing for my blog. The start of the football season didn’t make things … Read moreBeating the racetrack: How to build the perfect model

“Thinking, Fast and Slow”: Lessons for Punters – Successful Punter’s Habits (Part 4)

And here comes the fourth and last article of the series “Thinking, Fast and Slow”: Lessons for Punters (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3). Today we are going to dive into the successful punter’s habits. It has surely taken a while to get it all out, so my apologies go to anyone who was wishing … Read more“Thinking, Fast and Slow”: Lessons for Punters – Successful Punter’s Habits (Part 4)

“Thinking, Fast and Slow”: Lessons for Punters – Risk Aversion (Part 3)

Today I will continue the review of Daniel Kahneman’s “Thinking, Fast and Slow” with the third article of the series (the first two can be found here – 1, 2). After talking about overcoming overconfidence and understanding extreme events today I would like to address arguably the most important aspect of Kahneman’s work – namely … Read more“Thinking, Fast and Slow”: Lessons for Punters – Risk Aversion (Part 3)

“Thinking, Fast and Slow”: Lessons for Punters – Extreme Events (Part 2)

I hope you have enjoyed the first part of the series “Thinking, Fast and Slow: Lessons for Punters” in which I covered the issue of overconfidence and how to deal with it in a betting context. Today I will continue with the second part of my review of Daniel Kahneman’s bestseller “Thinking, Fast and Slow” … Read more“Thinking, Fast and Slow”: Lessons for Punters – Extreme Events (Part 2)

“Thinking, Fast and Slow”: Lessons for Punters – Beating Overconfidence (Part 1)

Recently I have finished reading Daniel Kahneman’s bestseller “Thinking, Fast and Slow” – a book dealing with our common biases and thought flaws that we all as humans are guilty of. Overconfidence, risk-aversion, manipulative framing – you will find it all here. You have certainly come across the title already if you frequent some of … Read more“Thinking, Fast and Slow”: Lessons for Punters – Beating Overconfidence (Part 1)