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Who are the guys who established Bet Arts?

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Daniel1The creators of this website were just two usual guys – nothing special
Their names were Daniel Huppertz and Simon Huppertz, twin brothers from a nice small town in the West of Germany with the dutch friends in the neighborhood.

Twin brothers stick together for their whole lives so they were also having the exact same hobbies.

After 13 years of school they reached their higher school certificate in the year 2007 and both of them started a business management training.

Now you might want to know how and when they started their first betting activity but that’s their secret ...

Well, just a joke 😉

So in the year 2011 they took a trip to Cologne where they attended the Gamescom which is a trade fair for video games. A friend told them that he made huge amounts betting on table tennis and tennis matches. Of course that caught their attention. They exactly remember what their first bet was: ‘How many yellow cards will be in the match?’ When they think about it now they can only laugh about themselves because it was just pure guessing of how many cards there will be in a match.

They had absolutely no idea what betting is all about and so they lost quite a few bankrolls. But they didn’t want to give up. So they both started to do many many days and weeks of research. They subscribed to many different tipster services and joined betting communities which really has been the right choice to gain experience in the booming industry of sports betting.

Sounds very nice so far but that was just the beginning.

At that point they didn’t know how hard it was to make profit from sports betting. They thought they can join tipster services, follow them blindly, sit back and see the bankroll growing. But their bankroll decreased week after week because they made mistakes that you should never make. For example they used 10% of the bankroll for every bet and that’s way too much. You should bet a maximum of 2% of your bankroll for each bet.

They thought the service was just bad so they joined one service after another. But in reality it had been their own lack of knowledge which cost them much money. The worst mistake Daniel ever made was to send a person a few hundred Euros – a person who called himself the “Betfair Trading Expert” and he had nothing but the email address of him. So today they know such persons are scammers but a few years ago they didn’t know.

Experiences like this forced them to reflect their betting activity.

But why Bet Arts?

They came to the point where they decided to help you. They want you to learn from their experience and mistakes so you don’t do the same mistakes.
So the website Bet Arts came alive. The aim here is to give you detailed information about every aspect of sports betting. Which bookmaker is the best? Which system really works? How can you detect scams? Those questions and many more will be answered for you.

The information is free and will always be free. So we hope you enjoy reading through our website and gain some new skills for your betting activity 😉


Best regards


Simon and Daniel


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