Here at Wannamakeabet.com, we consider ourselves a training ground for people to learn how to place a sports bet without the risk of losing any real money in the process.
Our platform gives players a bankroll of units in a league format for them to bet on all major sports. Our software will grade all the bets that you place and show you how you are performing compared to other people who are playing in the same league as you are.
We offer all kinds of common bet types through our software. This includes sides, totals, teasers, parlays, and reverses or “if” bets.
For most of our leagues, we give you 50,000 units to play with. You will then place these units on games, instead of real money, and you will try and win all your bets. You will quickly find out that it’s not that easy to win, and you will also learn the ins and outs of placing wagers on games and more importantly, how difficult it is to manage the bankroll we give you.
This is perhaps the greatest lesson you can learn as a sports bettor and through our service here at Wannamakeabet.com. If you bet all your units on the first game you like and you lose, you’re done until the next month or the next league that you join. This is not unlike real life, where if you bet all the money you have on one game and lose, you’re done. The lesson you will quickly learn when it comes to sports betting is that no matter how much you love a game or how sure you are that the team you like is going to win or cover the spread, the laws of sports betting will show you that you need an a lot of luck to win any bet. Because of this, you should manage your bankroll accordingly, and only bet a certain amount each time you place a wager. We recommend no more than 2% of your total bankroll should be bet on any individual bet. This will make your bankroll last and extend your life as a sports bettor.
We look forward to many more articles that educate you on sports betting and your journey on becoming a smart bettor.
We look forward to having you become a member of our site at Wannamakeabet.com and answering any questions you have along the way or working with you to manage the league you’re in.