TOP 10 BETTING MISTAKES (Part one)

Written by PuntersRealm


TOP 10 BETTING MISTAKES (Part one)

The first step to formulating a solution, is to definerepparttar problem.

The following points are areas of betting where many punters often get it wrong. Our views arise from long personal experience and years of communication with successful and unsuccessful punters alike.

Our aim here is to highlight these common areas of failure inrepparttar 148331 hope that I can speed up your learning curve towards successful betting.

MISTAKE NUMBER ONE

Failure to Use Betting Banks

Most gamblers fail to understand thatrepparttar 148332 best method of achieving a healthy and sustained long term profit from racing and betting in general is to set aside a sum of money away from your main finances, solely for betting purposes.

Whatever method or system you are using, whoever you are following or subscribing to or however your own bets are calculated, you are better off with a "Betting Bank" that has built -in advantages that can help you. It needs to be independent from your own personal finances and needs to be protected from factors that can threaten it. This can take a lot of emotion out ofrepparttar 148333 decision making process. Emotion is a factor that threatens all punters.

Paintball Trends: Carbon Dioxide is History Ė Switch to Compressed Air

Written by Anthony Sakakeeny


Since 1981, paintball players have been shooting each other with marble-sized pellets of paint using a special gun called a marker. Players launch their paint pellets by pressing a trigger that releases compressed air or gas to propelrepparttar paintball out ofrepparttar 148223 marker towardsrepparttar 148224 target. New paintball players unfamiliar with their equipment have always had questions about whether compressed air offers an advantage over carbon dioxide (CO2). Is compressed air really better than carbon dioxide? To put it simply, YES!

Inside your paintball tank, carbon dioxide is primarily in liquid form. Asrepparttar 148225 carbon dioxide expands,repparttar 148226 liquid turns into gas. In its expanded gas state, carbon dioxide can serve as a stable pressure that will enable your gun to propel paintballs. Liquid carbon dioxide, however, can have a devastating effect on your gunís performance. The presence of liquid carbon dioxide inside a paintball marker can freezerepparttar 148227 gunís inner seals and cause cracks and leaking. Carbon dioxide is unreliable because itís sensitive to outside temperatures andrepparttar 148228 velocity with which you shoot. The faster you shoot,repparttar 148229 colder your tank will get, decreasingrepparttar 148230 likelihood of carbon dioxide converting from liquid to gas, and thus increasingrepparttar 148231 chance of liquid CO2 entering your marker.

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