How to be a Professional Punter Series

How to be a Professional Punter

Hey buddy, I decided to start this series sharing with you some unique insights on how to be a professional punter.

Was last year a profitable year for you? If you dig deep and tell yourself the truth then you know you lost. If you want to have a different story by 2020 then this series is for you.

I will also be sharing some strategies and tactics you can start using right now.

The only commitment i ask of you is red every word on this page and start taking action.

Also forget everything you have known or read about how to bet, follow this series with an open mind and you will learn a lot.

Today we shall begin with the first step you should start implementing right now...

Step 1: Have a budget.

This is a first and key step on your journey to being a pro punter.


First, Only 5% of punters worldwide are actually profitable.

95% are in the red, knowingly or unknowingly.

The thing with betting is, it is a pride thing.


People won't loud it when they lose, but the moment they win, they walk around like they are the best punters in the world.

Be honest with yourself!

You probably do not know how much you have lost already this year with the bookies.

Funny thing is you will be so shocked if you actually sat down and calculate how much you have lost this year.

Action Point 1: Calculate how much you have lost this year. If you bet online, this will be easier take a look at your bet history and see the figure.


Hakeem, a 29 year old entrepreneur who joined the TSO VIP Arena some months ago was blown away when he did this exercise. He had lost in just 6 months over 1 million naira. He confessed he had never even had up to that cash in his bank at any time in the past 6 months.

This brings me to the main point.

The first step on how to be a professional punter is to set aside a monthly budget.

Every month what i do is i fund my betting accounts with money i know i need to stake with that month. I would never go past my limit.

This is a crucial first step!

It helps you track how much you are staking, how much profits or losses are coming in.

Even if you are a low staker, you bet 100 naira or 200 naira on long accumulators. Set aside a monthly budget and DO NOT GO PAST IT. You monthly budget can be 1k, It can be 5k, it can be 20k, it can even be 50k.

There is a formula i use to determine what my exact monthly budget will be.


Take a look at the formula below:

If you are a casual punter, you do not bet heavy or serious, you can set 10% of your income aside.

If you are a moderate/average punter, you stake almost every weekend and some weekdays, you can set aside 20% of your income.

If you are a heavy staker and bet very regular, you can aside 30-40% of your income...


That's it!

Please note this is not a fixed rule!

at the end of the day, it is up to you to decide how much you want to set aside monthly. The key takeaway here is to set your budget aside and work with it.

So if you set 10k as your budget and by the first week, you have already lost 8k. Na your wahala be that, you have to use the remaining 2k wisely because, you cannot use more than the budget you set aside monthly.


I can assure you that if you start using this budget principle, you will dramatically see an improvement as a punter. You will be forced to restrict yourself to your budget, instead of betting with any cash available.


This is Step 1 of how to be a professional punter.

If you like this series or have any questions, you can make a comment below.


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Alex

TSO Chief Tipster

Gambling involves risk. Please only gamble with funds that you can afford to lose.

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