After a pretty long series of introductory articles in the world of online mobile betting, it is now time to get into specifics and try to help you develop a cohesive strategy to fit your personality and needs and, of course, to bring you money.
One of the biggest dilemmas a betting novice has to solve is whether to open a single account or multiple accounts. Now, don’t be offended by my using of the word “novice”, because, like I told you before, even if you’re a long time betting enthusiast, mobile betting is so much different than other forms of this “sport”.
That said, let’s see why you should only use one online account and why you should go for multiple accounts.
Advantages for using a single account
One thing a betting enthusiast should always have is concentration. But betting being only a hobby (remember, it’s not a job or a career), you might not get the time to be always 100% focused on the events you are betting on. And if you have issues with time, opening multiple accounts will only make your concentration drop, which will affect your chances of winning.
Another reason why using a single account on your mobile could be preferred is an even more practical one. Different mobile operators have different interfaces, settings and features and you wouldn’t want to mix up your accounts or preferences, would you?
Advantages for using multiple accounts
We have talked on our website about Gamebookers, Unibet and Bwin’s mobile services, all of which are of the highest standard of quality. However, the three services are very different in many ways and it would be a shame to not take advantage of each of the three’s strong points.
Another very important part of a betting enthusiast’s life is (or should be) odds checking, comparing and contrasting. Gamebookers, Unibet and Bwin all offer very “lucrative” odds and most times very similar ones, but there are those cases where you could end up losing quite a lot of money by only having one betting account.
For example, think about how much a difference a 2.70 odd can make for you in comparison with a 2.20 one, if you place a $50 bet. At one betting operator, you could win $110, while the other could bring you $135. Are you willing to take the chance to lose that kind of money?
So, in conclusion, you might still be wondering which one of the two “strategies” you should follow. Well, as much as it pains me to say, there’s no easy answer there and I can’t help you all the way. You and only you will have to make that decision, based on the time you are willing to spend betting on your mobile, your needs, desires and personalities. Good luck!