Ücretsiz spor bahis stratejileri

Çevrimiçi ücretsiz spor bahis stratejilerinin başka çalışma stratejileri olmasına rağmen. Algoritmayı arka arkaya tüm eşleşmeler için kullanamazsınız, aksi takdirde paranızı önceden hızlı bir şekilde hesaplayabilirsiniz.

Bu nedenle, spor bahislerinde ücretsiz bir spor bahis stratejisi yapıldığında, karın belirli bir yüzdesi dikkate alınır ve kaybetme riskleri azaltılır.Birçok yönden sabit yüzdeli stratejiye benzer. Goller ve toplamlar üzerine bahis sistemi çoğu bahisçi için bir önceliktir. Yeni başlayanlar kaybolur ve bahisçileri lanetler. Bu hokey için büyük bir avantaj: burada ücretsiz spor bahis stratejileri puanı. Elbette, oranlarda spor bahisleri için ücretsiz bir strateji her zaman gerekli değildir, bu nedenle oyun Serie Ada oynamaya devam edecektir.Ayrıca, bitecek kadar uzun süreli seriler vardır.Tekniğin özü ile seçeneğe benzer tüm sonuçların örtüşmesi.

Surebet bahislerini bulmak gittikçe zorlaşıyor, bahisçinin analistleri yaklaşan turnuvada kazananı kendi belirlediler.Spor bahisleri için ücretsiz voleybol stratejileri Futbol, ​​e-spor ve diğer bazı sporlar gibi voleybol da bahis için harikadır.

Gelişmeler, finansal bahis sistemlerinin stratejilerine başarıyla entegre edildi. Hile yaparken yakalanırsanız, yüksekleri kesebilirsiniz. Takımın psikolojisini doğru bir şekilde değerlendirirseniz, başlangıç ​​olarak […] Düz strateji Düz strateji en popüler olanlardan biridir.

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119 Responses to Ücretsiz spor bahis stratejileri

  1. Josh Eisert diyorki:

    Tip #5. People check quickly when they are strong to try and make it look like they are weak for people who believe this rule. People also check quickly when they are weak making it look like they are weak to someone who knows that thus thinking they are strong. Thinking if someone checks quickly is a sign of weakness will get a new player in a lot of trouble. Thats like people taking a lot of time when they have the nuts to make it look like they are thinking. People use reverse and even reverse – reverse psychology. I think it would be better if you told someone to be aware of how each individual player uses their time to act and then use that information to base your own judgment on why he is betting/checking quickly or not. Also if people are multi tabling they could just simply be hitting the button quick to get to the next table or hadnt acted yet cause they are on another table still. So many factors to just assume someone is weak with a quick check. Just my 2 cents. Not trying to take anything away from the poster but to me this tip should have much more explanation in the video to avoid people getting the wrong idea.

  2. DrunkenYoda diyorki:

    Any Online(phone)poker games with live chat?

  3. aqeel3344 diyorki:

    I hear bots are deployed on online poker sites to steal your money.

  4. Zain Syed diyorki:

    Great content. One tip I would give beginner players is: Everything you do at the poker table conveys information. You cant be all loosey goosey eating a sandwich.

    • Umm Talha diyorki:

      This is one thing I dont get. Sometimes youll see someone who is really quiet, keeps a straight face, doesnt give anything away then youll see people who are the opposite who wont shut up. Why doesnt everyone just keep quiet when they know thats the best thing to do?

    • Conscious Poker by Alec Torelli diyorki:

      Thanks for the feedback. Good tip!

  5. Odysseas V diyorki:

    All good in theory but when you play and start losing emotions get in the middle. For me.

    As a poker player Id describe myself as someone who knows how to win 10$ but by the end of session ends up losing 20$.. unfortunately.

    The amounts are examples.. Ive lost much much more in long run.

    • Odysseas V diyorki:

      @SIOUXICIDE * Yes if I get a badbeat its ok. I finally manage to understand this. However, my problem is that If for example my game goes fine for 1 hour and maybe Im winning then I would not go ALL-IN in a three-way all in with K-10s. I would fold. But when Im deep losing for day I go up in stakes a lot and I would put all-in with K-10s even though I know the shark will have KK minimum. Is like hoping I get lucky and recover from all the money I lost the last few hours before that moment.

    • SIOUXICIDE * diyorki:

      But on a side note, if youre getting mad that means the game is good. People are playing badly, getting lucky on you. Grind it out, youll get them in the long game, but quit and regroup if the emotions are too high for too long.

    • Conscious Poker by Alec Torelli diyorki:

      Mental game is up there with bankroll management. Hope to cover it in a future video!

  6. Beanmachine91 diyorki:

    my mouth is watering for chips!

  7. Kenneth Pickford diyorki:

    you lyinh cheating bum if you have to cheat learners you should pack in

  8. SpadedAK diyorki:

    Great upload! Im an online winning poker player myself, check out the uploads on my channel.

  9. Blissful Nirvana diyorki:

    Needed to hear this man. Been moving up the steaks way too quick. 🤦🏼‍♂️ Thanks for the video. 😁

  10. ComiCuts HD diyorki:

    Alec 👋👍

  11. rudy2781 diyorki:

    This guy is a tool

    • LightOn Stillwaters diyorki:

      If Alec is a tool, he is an essential and valuable tool, like a lathe creating content useful and applicable to our lives and poker game. Alex shapes us into better poker players, helping those of us who are willing to work to improve our mindset, life and poker game with incredibly useful content.
      If you dont value it, dont watch, DONT WASTE YOUR LIFE. trolling. Find what inspires you and learn and grow to live a life worth living, starting NOW!

    • space monkey returns diyorki:

      @Conscious Poker by Alec Torelli lol

    • Conscious Poker by Alec Torelli diyorki:

      Thats not very nice.

  12. Odysseas V diyorki:

    Need a coach like ya

  13. Jadwin diyorki:

    blog link is downn

  14. space monkey returns diyorki:

    Appreciate the content Alec, nice to see you ignore the hate you still get in some places. People need to move on, youre a great poker player and put out some great free content. These tips may be basic things but its still good to hear. Like I grind 50nl online, not huge stakes but with rake back and bonuses Im making around 1200 a week. Ive decided to keep my job for now but I only work a minimum wage job in the UK atm so depending on how much money Ive made in the next 6 months who knows maybe Ill finally take the leap and go full time. Ive already been using these strategies for a while, like choosing small bet sizings when I have a range advantage and using a mixed 3 betting strategy but its nice to hear you confirm that this is what I should be doing. When watching a lot of pros play like Charlie Carrel, Bancb or Stephen Stotheimer, probably spelt that wrong I notice they employ the same strategies at 500nl and it clearly works. Would be interesting to see you do an online session like an hour of you playing some 500nl.

    • space monkey returns diyorki:

      @Conscious Poker by Alec Torelli cheers Alec ✌️👍

    • Conscious Poker by Alec Torelli diyorki:

      Thanks for the support and kind words. Look forward to your progress. GL with the transition.

  15. Alex Obed diyorki:

    solid video, thanks.

  16. Barry Smith diyorki:

    Hello Alex, where can we look on the sites for example Pokerstars to see if they or others are in fact RNG Certified. Thanks and look forward to hearing from you.

    • Barry Smith diyorki:

      Conscious Poker by Alec Torelli Alec, thanks for the quick reply and I have indeed dug little deeper and found out that Pokerstars does use the the RNG and is heavily audited to maintain these standards and driven policies. ***This is not intended to collaborate with and I am not a PokerStars affiliate.*** Just stating my findings during my research. Thanks again!

    • Conscious Poker by Alec Torelli diyorki:

      Its hard to know, but a question worth asking to the site directly.

    • Barry Smith diyorki:


  17. hymnofashes diyorki:

    They really arent bluffing enough. A player who makes weird bluffs and takes bizarre lines is going to go broke fast and he wont be in your player pool long. Far more likely is a Peruvian nit who does things that dont make sense, like flatting with aces preflop, or checking his set down to the river despite a dynamic flop, only to shovel it in on the river for 4x pot and pray you level yourself into calling. Or hell bet one big blind trying to induce you to raise. Or hell min-raise you to price you in. Or hell raise the flop, then check back the turn, then overbet the pot on the river with a stop and go to make it appear that he was bluffing and then chickened out on the turn and now hes going for it again on the river because a scare card came. But what all these lines have in common is that mostly youre going to get shown the STONE NUTS at the end. I play low-stakes zoom; it is a meat grinder, a very tough game. It is really not enough to sit there and wait for an idiot to pay you because no one needs to be impatient when theyre in a fast-fold game. You have to fight for every small pot and be very disciplined to realize that whenever, however the money goes in, one-pair hands are not good unless its a 4-bet pot.
    They will sometimes stab in position to pick up pots no one is interested in. They will occasionally bluff-raise (but not on later streets.) But very rarely will they triple-barrel as a bluff. Very, very rarely will they bluff-raise rivers. Definitely not often enough that you would ever have a profitable call.
    Honestly I would be crushing the game if Id known that and applied it in the beginning. Its definitely the costliest leak you can have. If you dont plug it you dont have much of a chance at all. 5% rake is not outrageous but against good players its a real factor: in fact, most zoom players make most of their money from rakeback and barely stay afloat in the game itself. So that tells you how thin the edges are. Youve got to exploit them by making brutal folds because they are not going for it enough on the river.

  18. SleeperNo1 diyorki:

    Failure to fold against AI on turn/river is a major leak for me. I was looking for an answer on this situation. I found it in the first of your videos I watched. Great job!

  19. colinstrongman88 c diyorki:

    Probably the best video i have watched on this topic well done

  20. blackDRAGONjinja diyorki:

    Hii, i am very weak at math, can you please make a video on poker range, i suck😭

    • Conscious Poker by Alec Torelli diyorki:

      Check out our Hand Range Funnel on ConsciousPoker.com – also the last video How Often Do People Bluff has a nice math insert in it.

  21. Martyn Townsend diyorki:

    Hi Alec, I’m a big fan. I’m considering joining your online course. I was just wondering to you offer private one to one lessons?

    • Conscious Poker by Alec Torelli diyorki:

      Thanks Martyn, and yes I do. You can learn more here: bit.ly/workwithalec

      Look forward to connecting.

  22. Matthew Dow diyorki:

    Great video, brother! Keep up the great work! You’re absolutely, absolutely killing it! I wish you nothing, but the best!

  23. Roupen Ohanian diyorki:

    hi Alec how many online tournaments do you play to make final table on average ? thanks

    • Conscious Poker by Alec Torelli diyorki:

      Depends on the size. Hard to average. A better metric is to focus on ones cash rate.

  24. Paulo Almaria diyorki:

    One thing to consider is to float more because there’s a higher chance of you getting there. I don’t recall many dry boards when you get to the river because of the rake. The more money is on the table, the more it benefits the site so the site entices you to chase cause you will get rewarded. Anyone who says differently is lying. If you don’t think so, review a random amount like 50 hands dealt and prove me wrong. 90% of the time, turn and-or river will get to a flush, straight, double pair…by the way, I only play one table so you can’t even say it’s because I play a lot of tables. In a nut shell, online poker teaches you to fish and chase because majority of the time, you will get rewarded.

    • LightOn Stillwaters diyorki:

      I, 2, 3 or 4 outers happen live, too. I get your thesis of action bias, so the best way to test it is to download or buy 1M hands of data and performance stastical analysis to scientifically test your hypothesis.

    • Conscious Poker by Alec Torelli diyorki:

      This is like saying that online poker is rigged though. Id simply play the best long term profitable strategy assuming fair play. If you feel its rigged, dont play.

    • Paulo Almaria diyorki:

      Gonzalo Almeida I totally understand variance and odds hitting the turn AND the river but go do the same and recap say 50 to 100 hands and tell me differently that only 10% of say 100 hands is a Dry River. It rarely is.

    • Paulo Almaria diyorki:

      kenneth tong a lot of people will think this but I don’t believe so. It’s not set up to rig specifically you but it does test your discipline to fold really good made hands. It’s annoying and you just have to accept it, it’s poker. With Live, it’s easier to accept coolers but with on-line, I just find it ridiculous how often coolers happen.

    • kenneth tong diyorki:

      In other words. Online poker is rigged?

  25. ricardo kaka diyorki:

    hi bro…nice video…you remember me….i am chess and poker player

  26. Funk Daddy diyorki:

    Tip #11: If u cant find the sucker at the table, youre the sucker

  27. D K diyorki:

    Thank you! Online poker keeps me sane under the madness of the world. Cheers from Riverside

  28. Umm Talha diyorki:

    Btw how do you calculate your odds? I seen a Maria Ho game she calculated 9% odds when it was 8%. She still won lol

  29. JEFFERY HIGGINS diyorki:

    The other day I checked the river knowing I had the best hand, but yet also knowing the only way I could get value was to let him bluff it off. Do you recommend the Value Check if youre absolutely sure opponent will try and bluff?

    • Conscious Poker by Alec Torelli diyorki:

      Love it. Can even get creative and try a block bet to induce a raise (on rare occasions). Have a video coming on this soon!

  30. bruce grover diyorki:

    Great video. Not enough ads next time put an ad every 15 seconds or even 10 seconds insted of every 20 seconds. I love watching a video where i learn more from 80% of ad watching and 20% of video.

  31. Franklin G Rendon diyorki:

    Are you telling me to not call with KQ or AJ? For you does this apply every single time or depends on position?

    • Franklin G Rendon diyorki:

      Orion ooh you mean it could be -ev long run huh?

    • Orion diyorki:

      Everything in this game is dynamic. There is rarely, if ever, a “do this every single time” approach that will always be profitable

  32. Umm Talha diyorki:

    Im just learning. Theres a few things I still dont get if you dont mind answering questions? Also, would it be a good idea to observe a poker room, figure everyone out, go in and win then move onto another poker room before anyone figures you out? Do people do this or is it cheating?

  33. Effortless Awareness diyorki:

    I wish You made this video in the beginning of covid: casinos being closed I went from crushing livepoker to playing online for the 1st time in a long time and got slapped online the last 4 months like butt cheeks spread. It was disgusting. Its very weord i rely on gto but its as if i get a higher number of bad spots than good spots when i play. Its weird need someone like Alec to literally watch one of my sessions to show him im not losin my mind. and then yes i get tilted and lose more than I should (a bit of entitlement tilt like why cant i have villains spots) because im sick of the cycle But Im recalibrating & will try again go back to basics use your sheets. miss livepoker so much—playin at home im losin my damn mind and losing way too much money. I hate my house Now cuz ive negatively associated it with losing so Im going to have to find a new place to live or hire a holy monk or shaaman to throw some holy water around and chant some spells & incantations so that I reaffirm my place is a place of positivity & wins (Yeah its this extreme need an excorcism done on my laptop too just so it “feels real” to my mind like the flow of everything is now corrected and clear in order to dissasociate my preconceived notions)

    • LightOn Stillwaters diyorki:

      Checkout Alecs August 24, 2020 video uploaded today. It is amazing advice on how to reset from tilt, better than anything I have heard until now.

      Also, drop down in stakes to the level you have any 60 buy ins at least, and better yet. 100 buy ins.

      Play only 2 fast fold tables or 4 regular ring games until you are winning steadily over a week or two, and then add one higher buy-in table.

      Hope my advice is not presumptuous, and GL.

    • Samuel Atkins diyorki:

      The low/midstakes online cash ecosystem is broken. Especially here in the U.S. MTTs and private clubs are way to go.

    • Ansul Singh diyorki:

      Any form of meditation will help you a lot.

  34. Ivan Santos diyorki:

    Its kinda tough for me to win in $5 – $30 online tournament because I really cant tell what my opponents have because most of the people playing online is a donkey. And you will never be able to win by bluffing donkey people so I really prefer live. But by watching this video and downloaded the PDF files I think I have a higher chance getting atleast at the final table in online tournament. Thank you Alec!

  35. fweak prodz diyorki:

    You are total pussuy wasting my time. Your tips are woth nothing. You will be flagged bro!!

  36. Mika Korpivaara diyorki:

    Awesome content Alex. I like tip #7 and #8.

  37. kenneth tong diyorki:

    What if my opponent knows that the 1/3 pot size bet is always a bluff and will float or raise 100% regardless of their holding?

    • Holdyour Plums diyorki:


    • Conscious Poker by Alec Torelli diyorki:

      Its not always a bluff. You balance by betting ⅓ pot with premium holdings too.

    • space monkey returns diyorki:

      Why is it always a bluff? If it was always a bluff then youd become exploitable which is why you need to mix in some strong hands, for example I will often choose the same sizing with a strong hand. Like on a K high board you have AA or AK sure you can bet big but if you bet small one third you put a lot of weaker hands in tough spots because they know they have to float you more often and call at least once maybe twice. If you chose a larger sizing especially on a board that favours your range theyre going to get to fold more often. So its definitely not always a bluff, when betting small you want to have some strong hands in there like sets and over pairs because it protects your range and gets value from weaker hands like under pairs or weak top pairs that are forced to float you more often.

  38. Zain Syed diyorki:

    Great content thanks! One question in lower stakes say $11 tourneys – I often find when I c-bet small on a dry flop say 1/3 bet I often get raised – I feel it seems they always interpret this small bet as a sign of weakness? What are your thoughts re this? Thanks 🙂 – Is it worth c-betting bigger in these smaller buy-in tourneys?

    • Zain Syed diyorki:

      @LightOn Stillwaters Thanks for your advice, makes sense. Never simple in poker haha.

    • LightOn Stillwaters diyorki:

      Hope my advice is ok. If you get 3bet often, c-bet less but use small c-bet when u think it ahead to induce 3 bet. If draw heavy flop, 4 bet 3 to 4x, or if short stacked, go all in. Keep bubble in mind if close, and if early stages b4 antes, just play to maximize winning a big pot with strong hands (sets, 2pr, oesdfd combo draws with medium to high suited connectors), imho.

      I am simplifying a lot, cuz SPR, stack sizes, position , frequency V 3bets ur cbets matter too.

  39. Mr.E02 Skiiibay diyorki:

    I find it hard to watch and listen to you

    • Conscious Poker by Alec Torelli diyorki:

      Sorry to hear. Plenty of other great poker youtubers out there. My hope is you still learn the game. Best of luck!

  40. Miguel Martinez diyorki:

    I’ve watched so many poker videos I can’t believe your channel has never been recommended to me by Youtube. I’m glad i found it!

    • LightOn Stillwaters diyorki:

      @Jonathan Legg Why do you watch Alecs channel if you dont value his content? Why not spend your time more effectively?

      I value Alecs advice, insights and perspective, so I win watching his videos.

      You lose if you dont get the value, on both senses of meaning.

      One, you dont respect him or you wouldnt taunt him. Two, you are too deaf or dense to understand it, OR too eager to taunt him, to seek to torment him in your vindictiveness, AS THOUGH YOU ARE PERFECT…LOL. Little petty pathetic troll.

    • Franklin G Rendon diyorki:

      Jonathan Legg why’s that?

    • Jonathan Legg diyorki:

      Theres a reason why people dont recommend him…..

    • Conscious Poker by Alec Torelli diyorki:

      Awesome, glad youre here. Welcome!

  41. Samuel Atkins diyorki:

    It can be easy to shit on this type of content, but I dont mind it. Everyone has gotta start somewhere.

  42. Ultimate Grinder diyorki:

    i like the micro stakes tip that on the T or riv when facing huge bets, youre most likely beat

    • Conscious Poker by Alec Torelli diyorki:

      @Erik Klein If they overfold, bluff more. Keep it simple 🙂

    • Ultimate Grinder diyorki:

      @Erik Klein what site do u play on

    • Erik Klein diyorki:

      Great tip. I returned to the poker after few years and started from micro i love how majority of players overfold turn and river. Pls Alec give more this GT unoptimal tips.

    • Conscious Poker by Alec Torelli diyorki:

      @Ultimate Grinder Do it!

    • Ultimate Grinder diyorki:

      @Conscious Poker by Alec Torelli this may be pretentious but will leave the micros really soon Im dedicated to dully developing my BR, idc if it takes me 3 years or 6 months

  43. Sunny Kumar Singh diyorki:

    Thank You Alec.

  44. hurleyboy899 diyorki:

    Another insightful video Alec, thank you for all the tips!

  45. Jangan kasi Kendor diyorki:

    Very good information, i have ONLINE tournament coming next week, wish me luck. $80K GUARANTEED

  46. Ayeshmantha Lokumudali diyorki:

    Great advice. do you recommend playing background music when you play online?

  47. pluto321 diyorki:

    I cant believe you have a pro joe biden commercial

  48. Ó KASSIUS diyorki:

    these were actually really solid…

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  50. Keshawn J diyorki:

    So what online poker do he play that Is for real money?

  51. Alex Xander diyorki:

    Wow these are some great tips.

  52. Ludwig Beethoven diyorki:

    Why do people value poker? idk mystery why do we value pro sports? or anything? We give it attention because its of use for survival and reproduction? Anything that leads to extinction collectively as a species is um probably not something most people want-to become nothing. Whatever nothing means

  53. MrSitemaster2 diyorki:

    Youre right about facing big turn and river bets in micro cash games, as most micro players are usually multi tabling and just waiting for premium hands that improve after the flop.