Betting on NHL – 10 differences between the base and the play-off Part Two

6) Less surprising results

Experienced bettors know that during the rounds almost every day may bring forth a surprising result. However, in the playoffs all the teams are going absolutely full so surprising findings is born significantly less. If the results of any team in the playoffs think it is a big surprise, perhaps you simply underestimated him.

7) Think about resizing bets

For some bettors may be the beginning of the knockout duels appropriate moment to review the size of bets. If you during the base of the NHL flourished and your bankroll has grown, you can think about a reasonable increase bets. If you failed, you lose a little vice versa.

8) You need to be more patient

As we have said, in a play-off matches are played less than during the rounds. Gradually moreover teams fall away, so that matches are less and less. To achieve success, you need to dominate and only bet on betting opportunities offering good value. You can not bet on every game just because he does not play with them too.

Patience in the playoffs, although sometimes it will mean that on any given day ever wagered, but in the long run it is definitely worthwhile. You have to choose between quality and quantity.

9) home advantage

In the play-off changes and the importance of home advantage. Fans cheers usually much more active, but it is possible to find exceptions – the series in which the fans do not show much. More information about evaluating the advantages of home can be found in Article 6 of the common mistakes when evaluating home advantage in the NHL playoffs.

10) Extension

The format is an extension of the play-off other than in the base part. Extra time although you should not care too much (unless you think match quite possibly turn out a draw, then you most likely it never should have bet). However, there are situations where this factor can be important – for example, in a situation where the team is very good in raids (or very bad, perhaps as Devils this year).

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