Welcome back to FIS Cross Country! We’re glad to have you back with us! For today’s discussion, we wanted to give a couple of tips regarding skiing. Specifically, we wanted to talk about betting on skiing. A lot of people tend to focus on the fact that one should pay attention to the leader boards.
After all, there are a lot of different factors that one must pay attention to. Well, today, we want to talk about two markers of a good bet in the world of skiing.
Rate of Bets
Skiing, while something that is quite popular as a sport and as something people did for leisure, may experience lulls in betting seasons. If you are planning on making a bet on a skiing event, it is often good to pay attention to the rate or number of people placing bets.
If the rate is low, the winnings might be slim so you should think if this is worth investing money into. If the rate is high, there is more to gain so it’s best to carefully see how the athletes have been performing.
Most people like to give rookies a chance when they join a sport like skiing. The truth of the scenario is that experience often wins out. If you are thinking of placing a bet on someone who skis professionally, it would be good to see their win rate and average performance.
If you can spot a seasoned athlete in the roster which has been performing consistently, that would be a good bet to make. It may be considered safe but returns are almost always assured.
For us, the numbers of people betting and backing a seasoned athlete are two markers of a good bet. What markers do you need to spot when betting on skiing?