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Welcome to another episode from the Maxbet tips podcast series

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In this podcast, we are going to discuss the Poisson distribution sports betting strategy.

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This strategy could be useful when progressing in your betting path or career.

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For years, smart bettors have taken their betting to an entirely new height

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by using statistical analysis to predict the final score of an event.

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Their dedication to this method gives them a critical edge over the rest

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And one of these analytical tools that have proven relevant and famous

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is the Poisson distribution.

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Now, what is this Poisson distribution sports betting strategy?

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The distribution was developed by the 19th-century French mathematician Simeon Denis Poisson.

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It is a theory that can be used when combined with historical sports data

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to get the most likely outcome of an event.

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In the sports betting context, the strategy is a reasonably simple method

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where you use the averages of historical game results to discern and establish

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the likelihood of the range of possible scores of a sporting event.

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This is why it has become an indispensable strategy when wagering on events

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where the scoring happens on a relatively small scale and increases in one.

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Examples of events you can apply this sports betting strategy to are

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soccer, hockey games, and some NFL props wagering.

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You can use the distribution to determine the possible final score by

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calculating the "Attack Strength" and "Defense Strength" of the opposing teams

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Thereafter, you can compare them.

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Mainly, it involves some basic mathematics and statistical analysis.

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After you have calculated the highest probable number of goals that each team might score

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you can then use a Poisson distribution calculator to determine the probability

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of a range of scoring outcomes for each group.

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Meanwhile, the distribution is limited in the human element factor.

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In other words, for every sporting event, human elements like injuries,

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locker room dissent, and human error all play a dramatic impact on the outcome of the events.

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We hope these tips are useful!

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To know more betting strategies, stay tuned to MaxBet Tips podcast series.

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Till then, all the best!