Cheryl Has Made Over £15,000 Profit And Has So Many Useful Insights To Share!
It has changed my life in so many ways.
Not having to worry so much about money is so freeing.
Date Of Interview
12th October 2021
What’s your name and where are you from?
My name is Cheryl, and I live in West Sussex, not far from Brighton.
Please can you tell us a bit about yourself?
I’m 34, married, and I have 2 sons aged 6 and 3. I work 30 hours per week as a biomedical scientist in a hospital. My place of work is 30 miles away so I spend a fair amount of time travelling too!
How long have you been a member of Team Casino?
I first joined Team Casino in August 2019, but didn’t throw myself into it fully until early in 2020.
I really upped my casino game in March 2020, when lockdown meant all sport was abruptly stopped.
Did you do matched betting before deciding to do casino offers?
Yes, I started matched betting in June 2019 while I was on maternity leave with my youngest child.
What made you interested in starting casino offers? Were you nervous at first?
I saw casino being mentioned on the Team Profit Facebook Group fairly regularly, people seemed to be making decent money from it. But this was before Team Casino existed, so I found the thought of it a little scary.
I was aware you could potentially lose money in the short term, so it wasn’t until I did a Team Casino trial that I started to dip my toe into some welcome offers.
What was your starting bankroll?
By the time I properly started casino I would have had a bankroll of around £4k. I was very strict with my bankroll and didn’t take any out for a very long time after starting. I am also quite risk averse, so didn’t want to risk losing a chunk of it with bad variance early on.
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How easy or difficult did you find it to learn about casino offers?
I found it fairly straightforward. The concept of wagering X amount of times (wagering requirements) baffled me at first but the Team Casino guides were actually really helpful.
How much EV and profit have you made from casino offers so far?
Currently, my EV is £15,672 and my profit is £15,484, so I’m nicely on track!
Have you bought anything nice or used your profits on anything in particular? Or are you saving up for something special?
I still try to keep a substantial bankroll, but yes, I have used some here and there.
I have used it for Christmas and birthday gifts for the children, treats for myself (including a fancy coffee machine!), paying off my credit card debt, subsidising childcare costs, car repairs, and I have used some to start investing in an S&S ISA, to hopefully make things easier in my future. I’m also hoping to put some towards a house extension.
Honestly, it has changed my life in so many ways. Not having to worry so much about money is so freeing.
Have you had many big wins, or has it been small wins adding up?
Not too many huge wins, no! Around £500 is my biggest I think, I have had a few of that size but as I say, I am still quite risk averse, so still use a small spin size most of the time.
Most of my profit comes from small wins adding up over time.
Did you find it hard to overcome downswings, or have you always trusted the process?
It has definitely taken time to get my head into the right space. I do entirely trust the process after this long, but it still isn’t nice to go on prolonged downswings, no matter how much you trust the EV.
I know it will always turn, my long term profit shows that, but if I find it starting to bother me, I will just stick to low risk offers (no medium) and keep spin size small, until the variance starts to swing my way again.
Do you have any tips for making the transition from welcome offers to reload offers?
Honestly, just follow the Team Casino guides. The EV often isn’t as good as welcome offers obviously, but just get stuck in. I tend to just focus on highest EV offers and work my way down.
How much time do you think you spend doing casino offers each week? When do you tend to do most of your offers?
Maybe an hour or two daily. I like that you can do them any time of the day, which is helpful when I’m at work and I don’t have time to do anything.
If I am able I’ll do some at work in my breaks/lunch but often do them in the evenings after the kids are asleep.
Do you still do sports offers alongside casino offers?
Yes, I do. I have lost plenty of accounts through gubbing, but I mainly focus on EPs and 2ups these days. When sports offers are thin on the ground, I hit casino harder, and vice versa.
Do you find it difficult balancing both sports and casino offers?
Sometimes yes. Saturdays I tend to focus mainly on sport, and do a lot more casino on the weekdays.
But I have young children, and I work too, so I’ve learnt to deal with the FOMO that can come with missing out on some offers now and then. I can’t do EVERYTHING, so I have to prioritise.
This was only ever meant to be a side hustle, and it’s been more successful than I’d ever hoped and I’m very grateful. I’ve learnt that I have to have a balance.
What would you say to people who think casino offers are just gambling?
I’d just point them to the long term profit figures of the Team Casino members and other people I know who have made thousands of pounds from this.
It’s maths, not gambling. It can be difficult to grasp the concept of EV, but once you do, you can see quite clearly it is far from gambling.
What advice would you give to someone first starting casino offers?
To trust the process, it is a long game for sure. You need to accept you won’t be in profit every single day, but long term, you will. Stick with minimum spins, low risk, until you start to see the results, and build your bankroll.
Concentrate. Mistakes can and do happen, I know of so many people who’ve made mistakes (including myself) from not concentrating. Accidentally doing £10 spins and quickly realising you’ve lost your entire balance is a common one!
Don’t chase losses, it never ever ends well. Always do the minimum number of spins/hands required for the offer, no more.
Moan to others about your downswings, then carry on. No one likes them, that’s normal. Take a break if it’s bothering you. But then get back to it, and it will turn, eventually!
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