I have been asked numerous times what sports betting portals are, as far as I’m concerned it’s just a fancy name for an online betting exchange or a way to bet online.
A lot of Bookmakers have coined the phrase, sports betting portal, since it’s a far more catchy way of saying online betting site. It generally sounds more intriguing to. They will usually tell the punter about their betting website when they are actually in the book makers, or they have a few computers setup hooked up to their website allowing the punter to do overseas bets in somewhere like Australia or USA much more easily. If you have a look around a high street bookies website, you’re probably more likely to find this phrase on their site, rather than a big betting exchange such as Betfair or World Bet Exchange.
When it comes down to choosing your “Sports Betting Portal” your probably best to stick with the top online betting exchanges. The Online jdbyg Exchanges don’t take as much of your money as the high street bookies, and they also encourage arbitrage and trading so it works out more profitable for the punter in the long run.
The top betting exchanges are Betfair, Betdaq and World Betting Exchange, they all give you a starting bonus and have a forum where some of the top traders and professional bettors go to explain and discuss tips and betting systems. They are also always there to help out the newbie.
I hope this has killed some confusion for you.
I’ve been trading a while and looking at and playing round with a lot of different systems, some good, some not so good, if anything, I’ve gained a lot from all of them, especially when it comes to mixing and trying out different things and systems.