A designation that applies to a person who bets on sporting events for financial gain. To play sports betting, a better (bettor) uses the services of a bookmaker.
To become better it is not necessary to have deep knowledge in a particular sport. This means that if a person wants to bet, for example, on football, he can turn to a professional sports analyst or forecaster. Such people are called capers in sports betting; they give betters free and paid predictions for sports to betters. Although the rates themselves may not be carried away. It turns out that a person who does not even know how to analyze and predict the outcome of sports events can become better. And a person who professionally determines who will win in a particular match is not necessarily better.