On this website, football is looked at in a somewhat different way, perhaps less familiar to the visitor so far. One part is the scientific part, so to speak, which deals with the calculation of football. For this purpose, a special software was created that does this in a way that is explained in more detail elsewhere. The calculations produce figures that express the chances of very different events occurring in the form of probabilities. These values can be compared with the odds traded on the betting market and, if possible, converted into long-term profitable bets. The mathematics of this is also discussed elsewhere.
Since the odds are given here BEFORE the events begin and virtual bets are placed, the effectiveness of the methods presented here, which have been tried and tested for over 20 years, can be checked over a longer period of time before one ventures into betting oneself.
Another, further part, however, deals with football itself. As much as one may love it and it has become an integral part of one’s life for a long time – certainly this is true for a very large number of people – one has nevertheless made observations about what is unhealthy about it and what can be urgently and even very easily improved.
Also on this part, the views are certainly not congruent with previously so numerous discussed changes, of which everyone in his own way is sure that he knows the right one and he still cannot understand why FIFA does not finally implement this in this way, no, there will certainly be previously completely unrecognised observations to be found, with which one may like to familiarise oneself, but which can be implemented without any technical effort or even change of the rule paragraphs. For the demand, so simple, is first and foremost this: APPLICATION OF THE EXISTING RULES.
Along with the rule section – which of course needs to be explained – there is another observation that can spoil almost all the fun of football: German reporting is disastrously bad. There is only confirmation of this view and no contradiction to this assumption has ever been encountered anywhere. Everyone agrees: it is bad. How bad it is, and what is bad about it, will take up a good part.
A third part will deal with extensive statistics, which have probably never been found in this form anywhere else. Or to whom does the term “change of tendency” mean anything, which is a measure of the moments of tension in the football matches of the top leagues, how often games “tip over”, so to speak?
So: you will be able to find your way through the jungle of numbers, rest assured, you can pick out suitable and good bets, you can comment with the comment function – or you can occupy yourself in parallel or at the same time with the observations, which should include one core element everywhere: they should be entertaining.
So have fun on these pages!