NBA Finals Betting Trends – Dallas Mavericks vs. Miami Heat

Miami opened as a 4.5-point favorite at CRIS and 64% of spread wagers have fallen on the Heat. Even though only 36% of public bets have taken the Mavericks and the points, the line has not budged across the sports marketplace. This lack of line movement has kept Sports Insights’ Betting Systems abnormally silent, as…

NBA Finals Betting Trends – Dallas Mavericks vs. Miami Heat

Miami opened as a 4-point favorite at Pinnacle and, after the majority of early bets took Dallas, there has been buy-back on the Heat, as our betting trends data shows 58% of spread bets are currently taking the Mavs, down from 71% Saturday. Sports Insights’ Betting Systems triggered two Steam Moves on this game Friday,…

NHL Betting Trends – Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Boston Bruins

In Friday’s Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Final, Boston opened as a -145 favorite at Pinnacle and is currently receiving 61% of puckline bets and 65% of moneyline wagers. Sports Insights’ Betting Systems haven’t triggered any plays on this game, indicating the movement to -151 at Pinnacle is most likely due to public money…

NBA Betting Trends – Miami Heat vs. Chicago Bulls

Chicago opened as a 2-point favorite at Pinnacle and the betting trends data suggests the public betting has been very even, with 51% of  spread bets taking the Heat and the points. Sports Insights’ Betting Systems have triggered two Steam Moves, pushing the line up to -3 across the sports marketplace. The following table shows…

MLB Betting Trends – Toronto Blue Jays vs. New York Yankees

New York opened as a -165 favorite at Pinnacle and is currently receiving 76% of moneyline wagers. The heavy, public pounding of the Yankees has pushed the line up to -168 at Pinnacle and between -166 and -170 at the majority of market-setting sportsbooks. Not surprisingly, this game is currently the most heavily bet game,…

How Can I Increase My Website’s Revenue?

The recent announcements that Sportsbook.com, BetUS and Sports Interaction will no longer accept new US players not only affects sports bettors themselves, but also has a major affect on websites and companies who rely on affiliate revenue from those sportsbooks. Due to very large marketing budgets, these sportsbooks are very well-known among US players, providing solid revenue for websites…