Bitcoin Betting and Hearthstone – You Bet to Your Heart’s Content
Hearthstone Betting
(Last Updated On: December 12, 2017)

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We all grew up playing card games. When we were little, and all we could afford was a deck of regular cards – or maybe one with Digimon if we were lucky – betting on who would win the next game was the only thing we could do to keep things interesting.

Even if we reach adulthood, old habits die hard. The only difference is that technology makes it easier for us to play those card games online – along with other games that we adore. Also, nowadays, it’s easier to crash a whole salary on a losing game.

When it comes to Bitcoin eSports betting, you need to go around it the smart way. You need to know when to bet, whom to bet on, and when to bet. The bet you make can either make you win the prize of a lifetime or make you cry in the corner of the room for the remainder of the week.

All Bets on Hearthstone

Hearthstone is a relatively new game developed by Blizzard in the year 2014. It may be still a “toddler” to many, but this game gained so many fans now that it has its own eSport entry.

It may not be a classic card game, but it’s easier to handle for sure. Considering that this game is digital, you can play it with anyone, everywhere in the world. This turn-based game will require two players for a match, and they can be either human-human or human-computer. Therefore, if your friends all bailed on you, you could still have a good match by using the platform’s artificial intelligence.

Before every round, you will be allowed to pull you starter cards from the deck. At this point, you should pick your starter game cards and keep away from the ones that need a lot of Mana (power) for summoning a card. The card game may require a bit of practice to get used to, but if you go about it the right way, it will be fairly easy for you to go on a winning streak.

Hearthstone – The Winning Mode

Hearthstone is one of the few digital card games that allow you to use Bitcoins for betting. Over time, it has become a great sensation, which made betting all the more tempting.

In Hearthstone, you can bet on:

  •         Individual Duels – You bet that a certain player will be the winner of a duel.
  •         Over and Under Turns – You bet on how many turns a competition will take.
  •         Handicap Match – The oddsmaker will set a handicap for the players (usually well-known ones). These matches are usually exciting because the players are always skillful.
  •         First Damage – You place a bet over who will inflict the damage first.

This is a very fun game to either watch or play, and placing a bet will make things all the more interesting. There are all kinds of things that you can win with Hearthstone, as long as you choose a good team to bet your Bitcoins on. The further a player advances in a tournament, the more you may be able to win – as long as luck is on your side.

Risks of Betting on Hearthstone

Keep in mind that playing Hearthstone is almost like playing poker: if you don’t have luck on your side, it will be fairly difficult to win.

When it comes to games such as DotA or LoL, you basically battle through the game and win purely based on skill and equipment. With Hearthstone betting, on the other hand, it’s all on the cards: if you’re lucky and pull useful ones, you have chances of winning. If not, then even the best poker face that you pull won’t be able to get you out of an unlucky situation.

There are also other numerous risks that you may want to keep in mind. eSport betting is risky under every circumstance, and these risks may include:

  •         Breaking the law and risking a fine or jail;
  •         The value of the Bitcoin may drop, causing you to lose investments;
  •         You may become addicted to betting, which will cost you unnecessary lost of money;
  •         One unlucky betting session is enough to cost you all the money that you have invested.

You may want to do some “homework” on how to place proper bets with your Bitcoin before diving headfirst.

Betting with Bitcoin is like betting with real money – only that these coins are electronic and less easy to catch. Bitcoins make transactions simpler and faster, and you may bet to your heart’s content – as long as you are smart about it. Keep in mind that every bet involves  risk and that you should always go little by little in the “battle” – not always all in. Happy betting and may the odds be forever in your favor!

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