Live betting on sporting events today is one of the most popular of the betting web sites. Main feature that distinguishes this type of bets from the more classic ones: bookmakers are very good at preparing live odds so you may only have a couple of seconds to place a bet at “acceptable” odds. Live bets perfectly represent the control that bookmakers can control over their customers. The growth of this type of play, in fact, is the main reason that drives the AAM bookmakers to put at your disposal the highest number of events broadcast live (live) on their online gaming portals. Of course the number of online bets per event increases especially if and when players like you can see the coverage of the match live and experience the thrill of the live event. This mechanism works simply because, during a live streaming event, you feel more prepared to make predictions about the eventual final result. Another disadvantage that must be taken into consideration when betting live is that your bets are subject to possible delays between the moment you place your bet and the eventual acceptance by the bookmaker himself. On the contrary pre-race bets are accepted immediately. During a live bet, because live, you can forget about placing a quick bet after a goal. The bookmakers follow precise procedures in the automatic closing of the important post event markets during a match: for example, a goal, a red card or a penalty. So live bets are always the wrong choice? It is difficult to answer this question with certainty: sometimes it is convenient, sometimes not. If and when some odds may seem valuable before the start of a match, then they will not disappear even in the first few minutes of the event itself. This situation is especially useful in some “Under” markets when the odds can grow slightly only once the meeting has started. The same can be valid on some Handicap markets but only for positive shares such as the +1 handicap for a team.