A) Are you one of those punters who opened an account with several different betting operators?
B) do you stick with one betting operator only, and go for their odds, when you bet on a game?
C) are you an oddshunter already and this post isn’t going to tell you anything new? 🙂
Intead of “Oddshunting”, the title of this post could also be “Why Comparing betting odds is worth your time and effort?”, or rather “Why opening accounts with different betting operators is recommended (apart from oddshunting)?”
Here are a few practical reasons:
+ There can be substantial differences between the odds offered on the same game by one operator or another – why would you leave money on the table?
+ Cash in on a welcome bonus wherever you can – why not? – bonus hunting is legal! 🙂
+ If one operator shuts down your account (for example: because you win too much), you have other operators to fall back on.
+ One day you will come across a big opportunity – and you will want to have multiple accounts in place, at your disposal, immediately.
Any other reasons you can think of? Please let us know in the comments!
An update: one of our readers pointed out that betting while travelling can be problematic. E.g. if you are trying to access your betting account from a different country, some online betting operators might not let you use their service – another reason for having more than one account before you hit the road! 🙂 [thanks for the input]