Advanced stats filters

As you’re using Bettin.gs you’ll probably notice the value of tags. We’ve written about the advantages of using it before, and now it’s just gotten even better.

Let’s for example assume that you’re using one tag for all bets you place in a country, say Russia, and another one for all football bets you place in Premier League. The #russia tag would represent all bets in all sports in Russia and #premierleague would represent all bets placed in the Premier League – that could mean English Premier League as well as the Russian.

Now you can select to filter out all placed in Russian events which would include all sports (unless you’ve used the Sport filter) having that precise tag. Adding the #premierleague tag would filter out all bets in the Russian Premier League and should you use only the #premierleague tag, naturally all bets from both Russian and English Premier League would be shown.

Combining this and the other available filters provides the perfect mechanism to find the exact stats you’re looking for.

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Another example: Using tags, you can select to filter out all tennis bets ever placed, or you can filter down on all tennis bets you’ve placed on #WTA tour, the #ATP tour or for all #doubles. Should you want to know how a certain tipster performs on #singles vs #doubles, just apply the approprate filter and select the tipster from The Tipster drop-down. To know how your bets went in the latest Tennis mens tournament in China, filter on #ATP, #china and #singles together with the Sport and Date filter.

I’m sure you get the point, and you probably have your very own way of organising your bets into categories. With this latest update it will be even more powerful to apply to your stats!

We are sure you all will find your own way of using this. As always, shoud there be any questions, just hit us with them.

Good luck, and enjoy!

Why you should keep track of your bets

If you’re a serious tipster, I’m sure you have a thought out strategy, an idea about if your losing or winning and what your strengths and weaknesses are. You probably have an idea of how how your money is spread at different bookmakers and what bookies are giving you the most in return.

But how do you really know?

There are many ways to keep track of your bets, be it in your memory, an old notebook or a complex Excel sheet – either way, if you really want to get better at sports betting, you really should keep track of at least the following:

  • How much have I won/lost?
  • What kind of bets am I making the most money from?
  • What sports have been most successful?
  • What leagues have been most successful?
  • What tipsters should I keep backing?
  • At what time am I making the most money?

Far, far from all tipsters are making money for real (the famous 3%), so make sure you are among those who do! Keeping track of your bets helps you understand why you are winning or losing.

There is only one way to improve in sports betting, and that is to learn from your, and others, history and to learn from history, you need to know it. Bettin.gs is here to help you learn from your and other tipsters bets so that we all can win more and make more money.

If you want to read what other tipsters have to say about this topic, check out these blog posts: