How AusBetTips applies betting Units


Betting units are a standardized way for us to measure and manage the risk associated with our betting recommendations. A betting unit is simply a predetermined amount of money that a bettor is willing to wager on each bet. The size of a betting unit is usually determined based on an individual's overall betting bankroll and risk tolerance.

For example, if a bettor has a total bankroll of $1000 and decides to use 1% of their bankroll as their betting unit, then each betting unit would be worth $10 (1% of $1000). So, if the service provides a betting recommendation for a particular event, they might suggest betting 3 units on a certain outcome. In this case, the bettor would wager $30 (3 units * $10 per unit) on that specific bet.

Applying betting units helps bettors to manage their bankroll more effectively and avoid the risk of significant losses on a single bet. It allows for a consistent approach to betting, regardless of the perceived confidence in a particular bet.

It's important to note that with each bet AusBetTips sends we consider factors like the strength of the tip, confidence level, and risk assessment when suggesting the number of units to bet on a given selection. Members of our tipping service should always carefully review the analysis we provide with each tip to understand how and why we are recommending a specific stake.

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