TOP 10 BETTING MISTAKES (Part one)Written by PuntersRealm
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The size of your betting bank will of course be dependant upon your own individual circumstances and free capital available. An analogy to world of shares perhaps may be that no financial advisor worth his salt would advise you throw all your capital into stock market alone.
The vast majority of punters fail to use any form of set aside bank. They bet randomly with what ever money they have in their pocket at end of week or go in too deep with stakes far in excess of their personal safety levels. A punter with a professional attitude will set aside what he can comfortably afford to invest and then determine best use he can make of that fixed sum of capital.
With a fixed sum of capital available you now move on to next reason for failure.
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Paintball Trends: Carbon Dioxide is History – Switch to Compressed AirWritten by Anthony Sakakeeny
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air, on other hand, is a much more stable propellant source for a paintball marker. While temperature changes can alter pressure inside a carbon dioxide tank and drastically impact performance of a marker, external temperatures do not affect compressed air tanks. The performance of compressed air tanks and their ability to produce a consistent stable pressure is consistent in any climate. It’s also cleaner than carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide can contain dust and dirt that will clog air paths and valves in your marker. Compressed air is typically very clean. Most compressors used to fill compressed air tanks are “S.C.U.B.A.” compressors with air filters that produce grade E breathing air. If it’s safe enough to breathe, it’s safe enough for your paintball gun! In addition to its stability, compressed air is cheaper than carbon dioxide, and price continues to fall. Many paintball facilities are moving exclusively to compressed air rental equipment, and carbon dioxide paintball products will eventually be obsolete. Given performance differences between carbon dioxide and compressed air markers, industry is clearly heading in direction of compressed air. You can no longer afford to use carbon dioxide equipment—switch to compressed air now!
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