Is Luck Important In Football Betting

May 26, 2009


Stanley Ong asked:

We all know someone who is lucky.  How does this person behave? He/She is usually happy, cheerful and outgoing.  What about someone you know who seems to have bad luck?  Does he/she complain and whine all the time?

The lucky one is always the one with the positive attitude.  Compare these traits :

Lucky –  Optimistic  Confident  Outgoing  Happy

Unlucky –  Pessimistic  Doubtful  Introverted  Grumpy

Psychologists have asserted that a positive mental state has a great correlation with one’s luck.

A wise man once said : “When life deals you lemons, learn how to make lemonade.”  That person you know who has turned around a devastating situation into an advantage is often considered ‘just lucky’.  Actually, it is more his attitude that brought him luck.

To be lucky in something, we must first have knowledge in that something.

Some punters believe in luck.  Yes, luck plays a great part in everyone’s life.  But to be lucky in betting, you must first be equipped to be good.  You have to be good to be lucky.

In football, the knowledge to strategise to the best of your ability will make you more positive and confident.  Just believing in luck cannot improve your chances.

Some punters think they have the gift of an acute sixth sense, that they can always ‘feel and smell’ the winners.  Yes, hunches do win games, once in a while.  But be realistic, how long can hunches win?

There are dedicated punters who take time and effort to study, analyse and acquire knowledge at every opportunity, and THEN have good ‘feel’ for a certain game.  This ‘feel’ comes from the confidence they have in their knowledge.

There is a saying that knowledge, diligence, discipline, patience and luck are the five jewels of success.  When you have perfected the first four, the fifth, which is luck, will show itself.

Some people consider luck the output of hard work.

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