# Method 2 of 3

Are you passionate about online sports betting as well? Whether you are a beginner or an expert, it's time for you to become a gambling master. Develop an unbeatable strategy that allows you to win a lot of money.

Are you lost in this maze of techniques? Favour simplicity and efficiency in order to optimise your chances to win: choose the 2 of 3 method.

## the 2 of 3 method

On a football pitch, a basketball court, a rugby field or even an athletics track, bet with the foolproof 2 of 3 technique.

The name wasn't chosen at random, as you probably guessed. This sports betting method allows you to bet on 2 of 3 possible results for a sport event: team 1 wins, teams 2 wins or it's a draw between both teams.

Therefore, you significantly increase your chances to win money and generate a benefit. It is nevertheless necessary to have risk-taking tendencies to excel in this sports betting strategy: indeed, betting in this way puts you at risk of losing the totality of your stake in case you fail.

## How to use it?

After theory, it's time for practice. Here are a few online betting tricks to set yourself up as one of the best sports gamblers! You can resort to this 2 of 3 technique by using a sport event that leads to three possible results.

Bet on minimal odds such as 1.75. The 2 of 3 method allows you to optimise your chances of generating a benefit.

## Example

Let's take an example in order for you to familiarise yourself with this sports betting strategy:

You decide to bet on a football match opposing France to England. In this case, you can consider three options for the match result: France wins, England wins or the teams draw. According to the forecasts offered by your bookmaker, France is favourite. The odds assigned to a victory for France are precisely of 1.75. For a draw, the odds are 3.20, while they rise to 4.6 for an English victory.

Therefore, you bet on the two results that are most likely: £2 on a French victory and £1 on a draw. If France wins, you get 2 x 1.75 – 3 (3 being the total amount of your bet), i.e. £0.50. On the other hand, if there's a draw, you win £0.20 if you follow the same reasoning. If England wins though, you lose your £3 stake.

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