A valuable bet (valui) is a type of bet with which you can get a fairly large winnings while risking much smaller funds. That is, the player bets a smaller amount than usual, but his profit will be quite high. The value of such a bet depends more on the price set than on the probability of the desired outcome.

For a valuable bet, the probability of an outcome can be 10%, if the odds used at which this bet can be bet shows a probability of 5%, then the bet itself will be a value bet. But it is obvious that in this case it will clearly become a loser. However, in order to get a high profit, you can place ten such bets so that one of them becomes a winner. The total odds in this situation are 20, that is, the player remains in the black and wins.

What is the right way to look for valuable bets? To do this, professional players use special portals with comparisons of different bookmaker lines or with scanners to search for surebets. The most advanced bettors independently create programs that can analyze the situation much better and more accurately than bookmakers. Such players are called quants, but their number is small.

## How Bookmakers Treat Valuable Bets

In essence, a valuable bet is a bookmaker’s mistake that allows the bettor to make a profitable investment and win. In this case, the maximums are lowered for players in fundamental bookmakers, and there are no such restrictions on betting exchanges or low-margin offices. But the disadvantage is that it is extremely difficult to find value on such sites, and in many cases it is simply impossible.

It should be borne in mind that the lower the bookmaker estimates the overall probability of the outcome for the event, the higher the odds will be. In this example, it is 20, but with a real probability of 10%, its real value will not exceed 10. In this case, the correctness of all calculations is put in the first place.