Bookmakers with Low Margins (High Odds)
Generally speaking, the bookmaker's margin is the percentage (%) of profits from each gambler's bet.
On average, the margin size ranges from 1.5% to 7%.
As a rule, the higher the odds on equal chances offered by the bookie, the lower his income is from that bet.
Bookmakers with low margins usually attract punters who make a larger number of bets every month.
After all, for these gamblers, the odds are very important, even if the value is only a few hundredths of a point higher.
Long term, when hundreds of bets are already placed, even this slight advantage in odds will have an effect. With this advantage, the gambler will be able to maintain and increase their initial deposit with ease.