MLB Sharp Money: Profiting from Reverse Line Movement

At Sports Insights, one of our founding philosophies is simple: always bet against the public. It’s basic, yet historically it’s been tremendously profitable. However, as technology has improved and social media allows news to travel faster than ever; bettors have become smarter and more well-informed. We’ve seen well-educated individuals bypass more traditional professions in favor…

Meet the New Bet Labs

We’ve been hard at work this football offseason improving Bet Labs.  It’s easier and faster than ever to make and find data-driven betting systems.  Check out all the recent improvements: Think Tank for users to find and share pre-built systems NFL Preseason filters Sleeker design Faster loading time Improved system display As always, we offer a $25…

Why I’m Betting on the 2014 NFL Preseason

I feel dirty. No matter how many showers I take, I can’t wash the stench of “NFL preseason bettor” off of me. In the over five years I’ve worked at Sports Insights, I had never placed a single bet on the NFL preseason, or any professional preseason for that matter. However, that all changed Tuesday…

WNBA Betting Trends: How To Follow Sharp Money

Since its introduction nearly two years ago, Bet Labs has been allowing customers to create winning betting systems based on years of historical archived data. Although the focus has been directed at the six major US sports leagues (NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB, NCAAF and NCAAB), yesterday we introduced a slightly less popular league — the…

Do Day Games Negatively Affect the Chicago Cubs?

Many of our younger readers may not realize this, but the Chicago Cubs did not install lights to play night games at Wrigley Field until 1988. Part of the reason is that there’s a certain old-fashioned charm to playing in the natural sunlight, but the larger issue is the neighboring community. Wrigley Field is located in…