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Ronnie Akrawi Highlights the Reasons Why 95% of Sports Gamers Fail

The sports industry is currently experiencing an increase in sports betting games. Since betting on sports is a trending hobby, people are enticed into betting due to its monetary gains. However, a greater percentage fail terribly in the long term. 

Ronnie Akrawi elaborates the major reasons for failure: lack of sound betting strategy, discipline, poor knowledge, bookmaker’s offers, and addiction.

Lack of Sound Betting Strategy

In every sector, it’s important to have a strategic work plan. Executing duties and using historical data and trends will enable one to project future trends critically. Lack of plan exposes the bettor to chasing losses while making various mistakes. Plans help make a clear pathway on how to execute duties which, in the long run, turn things around and work based on their style and ability level.

Lack of Discipline

Self-discipline and control are a must to succeed in sports betting. Staying to your plan is important and never going beyond your ability. For instance, have a designated budget for betting and stick to it. Although it becomes tempting to bet, especially after gaining several wins, the probability often deviates and may lead to significant losses.

Poor Knowledge and Bookmarker’s Offer

 Although sports is a game and doesn’t necessarily follow a specific design, working with sports consultants and those with immense knowledge of that specific sports field is important. Nonetheless, depending on your risk appetite, one can bet based on the gainful knowledge of how that specific team members have been performing. Although it’s not often definite, the future outcome follows historical trends. Therefore, having gainful knowledge helps in making the right decision. 


Too much of something is poisonous. Although betting is a hobby, many people are indulging in it and have become addicted to it. Addiction to betting leads to financial constraints and an increase in debt. As a result, many bettors experience mental disorders. 

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