NetBet Sports might have started as a poker operator, but it had no problem in expanding its scope and it is now just as successful in this line of work. They are traditional bookmaker, which means that they follow the standard rules as opposed to those used by betting exchanges. The odds are not that high, at least if you compare them to the ones offered by Betfair, but still significantly better than most of their counterparts.
It is hard to find a sport that they don’t offer, with football, tennis, horse racing, volleyball and handball being favored by European customers. Motor racing, American football and golf have not been excluded and whenever major competitions are about to start, they are accompanied by generous promotions. The number of markets also differ depending on how important an event is, with Champions League games being the highlight for football events, just as Grand Slam Tournaments boost the odds for tennis fans.
It is possible to wager on desktop computers or laptops, as well as smartphones and tablets, so basically all you need is an Internet connection. The website loads quickly on all these devices, despite the fact that it is now better looking and promotional banners are scattered all over their pages. This doesn’t interfere with the live betting either, so as long as you are capable of picking winners and predicting the outcome, wagering in real-time can help you maximize profits.
Those who place ante-post wagers, should know that the lowest bookmaker margin is on soccer and American football, as the percentages revolve around 5%. Basketball and tennis are somewhere in between with an average of 7%, while baseball and ice hockey are the most difficult markets to be, with the latter having a sports betting margin of 9.2%. Punters should focus on the lowest margin percentages, because these result in the best return on investment, making it easy to stay profitable in the long run.