Are you a dedicated Football fanatic looking for a new way to put your know-how to good use? Then Pulse Betting is for you! You’ll get to use your insights to make predictions and win sizable windfalls, all while a match is actually taking place.
How Does Pulse Betting Work?
“Pulse Betting” is so-named because it literally involves betting on specific time frames – pulses, if you will. Theoretically land-based bookmakers could also offer it, but since it takes place over a few minutes (at most) and occurs during real-time play, it’s almost always seen online.
The concept is incredibly simple; you bet on the next goal being scored. That’s the only wager you can place, and you don’t even have to say which side will get the ball into the net. The complexity comes in predicting when that next goal will happen.
Typically, there are 4 possible intervals in Pulse Betting; 30 seconds, 1 minute, 5 minutes and 10 minutes. Each of these intervals is divided into 3, and you’ll put money on when exactly a score will be made. In the 30-second timeframe, for instance, you need to say whether the goal will land between 0 and 14 seconds, between 15 and 24 seconds, or between 25 and 30 seconds.
Since it’s easiest to say what will happen within the next few seconds, the further into the interval you place your stake, the higher the potential payouts. In other words, you’ll get more if you win for a goal in the last 5 seconds than the first 14 seconds of the 30-second Pulse Bet.
Is Pulse Betting a Good Idea?
There are advantages and disadvantages to Pulse Betting, and you need to decide if it’s right for you. If you understand horse races and individual athletes psychology and mindset, and teams’ specific dynamics well, you should be able to tell whether they’re on form or having a bad day, so you can accurately predict when the next goal will be scored.
While this can get pretty lucrative, you might find yourself wishing you could place other wagers. There’s no predicting who will get a red or yellow card, what the total score will be, who will win outright, or any other Football stakes. You should also note that Pulse Bets are not offered on each match, so you won’t always be able to place them.
The action moves incredibly quickly and it’s easy to get caught up in all the excitement, placing wagers and spending money that you didn’t intend to. On top of that, the odds are long. Ultimately, it’s best to think of Pulse Betting as a supplement to your other wagers. Decide on how much of your bankroll you want to spend before you start, and to stick to small amounts. The adrenaline rush of making a prediction and seeing yourself win a payout just seconds or moments later is, of course, a fantastic feeling, but you need to keep a cool head about it.