Supreme Court Deals Major Blow to NJ Sports Betting

Despite the pleas of Governor Chris Christie, the US Supreme Court ruled on Monday that they will not hear the state’s appeal to legalize sports betting. Instead, they will allow the ban on sports betting in New Jersey to continue, effectively closing the door on the Garden State’s multi-year effort to legalize betting on professional…

New Jersey’s Push Towards Legalized Sports Betting

Today on Monday, June 23, 2014, New Jersey found out that the US Supreme Court will NOT hear its sports betting appeal case led by Democratic Senator Ray Lesniak. New Jersey was prepared for this though, and Senator Lesniak has prepared a bill that would allow for private operation of sports betting in the state’s casinos and racing…

Finding Value in College Basketball Webinar

In an attempt to provide our members with unprecedented, wall-to-wall coverage of the 2014 NCAA Tournament, the team at Sports Insights has unveiled a new, 100% free College Basketball Central feature. Here users can instantly access our proprietary Bracket Simulator, create winning betting systems using a College Basketball edition of our Bet Labs software, track…

MLB Totals: How to Profit Off the Dog Days of Summer

For baseball fans, the All-Star break represents a temporary reprieve from betting. Without any action to get down on (besides the Home Run Derby and Midsummer Classic itself), sharp and square bettors alike are forced to take a step back, reflect on their first-half performance, re-examine winning and losing strategies and prepare for the second-half…

Examining the NHL Off-Season Winners and Losers

In the world of professional sports, it’s often said that “champions are built in the off-season.”  Whether it comes via the draft or free agency, teams can directly influence their future (either positively or negatively) based upon how effectively or ineffectively they construct their roster during the months when no games are played. For hockey…

NHL Stanley Cup Finals: Game 4 Betting Trends

In the world of sports, it’s often rare that a highly anticipated championship matchup between two heavyweight teams actually lives up to its billing. More often than not, the hype machine promotes a “showdown for the ages” to boost TV ratings only to see one team wipe the floor with the other. In the past…