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 live odds and betting trends data and also peruse updated Futures from four offshore sportsbooks.

To better illustrate the key features and advantages of our College Basketball Central feature, Senior Account Manager Josh Appelbaum recently hosted an interactive webinar on How to Find Value in College Basketball.

Beyond explaining the basic ins and outs of the software, Josh dissected several games from this past Saturday (March 8th) that presented great value to sports bettors. More closely, Josh explained how to identify value from Reverse Line Movement, Steam Moves, injuries, betting against the public and our exclusive value meter.

Overall, the webinar lifted the veil on eight total games, headlined by the primetime matchup between Duke and North Carolina. Other games included Washington State vs. UCLA, St. Bonaventure vs. VCU, George Washington vs. Fordham, Indiana vs. Michigan State, Ball State vs. Northern Illinois, Arkansas vs. Alabama and Auburn vs. Texas A&M.

In the end, out of the eight games dissected in the webinar, the teams that were identified as “valuable” based on our software went 6-2 against the spread (ATS).

NOTE: Due to the size of the file, the webinar must be downloaded and played locally from your computer. Mac users can download Windows Media components here.

Click here to download the webinar recording.

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