When I first playing online sports betting Malaysia, I was WTH is that? Because I don’t know about sports at all. My friend introduced me about that and after few months I played, I found some strategies for myself. In sports betting on a proposition, also called a prop bet or a prop, a wager is placed on anything other than a point spread, money line or game total. Exactly what this wager might be is anything from which team will score first, to which quarterback will have the most passing yards, to any other scenario described by a betting site. This form of wagering is generally considered the easiest to beat. The reason props remain the easiest wager to beat relates largely to careless bookmaking. Oh ya, don’t get me wrong: this is not at all a knock on the bookmaker. With several hundred lines to create and manage, lines managers are content with simplistic methods and low betting limits for small market props. This means that it is quite possible for a serious low to mid-stake pro to analyze a single prop in far greater detail than the odds maker that created it. Meanwhile, the small max betting limit keeps the sharks away and allows for line movement based on recreational action. Careless bookmakers, no sharks, and lots of fish, sounds like a profitable market to me. To make one thing clear about prop betting, the more smart bettors there are betting props, the lower the opportunity becomes. No one in their right mind is going to write a detailed guide to betting props. To learn, you’ll need to pick things up in bits and pieces. So, while you’ll need to do some digging to get to the point where you can analyze any prop offered, I’ll go ahead and get you started in the right direction.