For example, as a rule in hockey, the total of one of the periods is very often broken through.
We take a match, set the total of the first period over 1.5, then we look, if a plus, we are looking for the next match ... If we put a minus for the next period, the total is more than 1.5 (but already the amount is twice as large).
There are a couple of minuses, your luck and the limited pot. There are people who always do not come. Well, the bank may end. So if you bet wisely, it's a playable theory. (Matches NHL, VHL, KHL World Championship.)
A friend of mine plays stupidly following the last five games of the teams. If, for example, the team won the last three games, then he bets against it, did not play, "catches up" in the next match. In principle, a fairly correct decision, hockey is not football, they play every other day, even the leaders regularly lose (the other day SKA lost to the outsider Cupid). The same with totals the team cannot always play “bottom”, sooner or later there will be “top.” However, take into account the team plays at home or away, injuries to leading players. Anyway, take your time, be cool and thoughtful.
Good evening. Recently I became interested in the topic of rates. What forecasting tools and other useful things can you advise for a quick start. Thanks in advance for any information.