If you have been betting on basketball games long enough (or any other sport), probably you have had any bad series of losses. You should know that they are unavoidable. No matter how good you are in basketball predictions, how long you gamble there will be periods in which bet will not be profitable. You will lose due to injuries, due to the expulsion of a player for technical violations or any other reasons. Your team will drop a dozen points for 3-4 minutes. Your ability to deal with a long series of losses (3 or more games) will determine your success rate in the long term period.
Hopefully, you have realized that everyone can enjoy a winning streak but it is much more important is to be able to ‘survive’ the losses. If you don't manage properly your losses, then you may soon find yourself without any funds for betting. The most
important thing is to be prepared that the series of losses will occur regularly. Once you have accepted that, you should know that you don't have to change your way of making basketball tips.
If you have your own betting strategy, which has worked well for many years until now, you do not need to change it, because it can make the losing streak even longer. The right thing to do in the event of a bad series is to reduce the size of the bet, so
that will give you more time. Do not increase the number of the matches you bet on. Otherwise, that means you will have to make basketball picks for situations, which are not typical for your style of betting.
If you bet on more matches, and they are in different times, then wait for the outcome of the first one, before you make the next bet. If your first basketball forecast is successful, you can give yourself a short break, to gain the psychological confidence that you have a profitable day. Your brain automatically responds, causing you to accept the end of the series. The ability to take a rest day will also saves you. It is not necessary to become as the so-called chasers who cannot be calm and strive to kill
off losses quickly and immediately. Usually the effect is just the opposite, the losses are increasing. It's much better to have to recover 10 or 20 percent of your funds, than 50! If none of the above recommendations from