Sports Betting Blog

Here is some analysis from the authors of the book, “Who Will Win the Big Game?” (A Psychological & Mathematical Approach).  We follow this analysis because the authors use some additional angles and trends — that often result in underdog selections.  The book’s blog’s selections have gone 25-14 in the playoffs of major sporting events….

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St. Louis opened as a -130 favorite at Olympic and is currently receiving 46% of moneyline wagers. With the public fairly split in this game, the line has dropped to -119 at Olympic, indicating more money has come down on Texas, causing the line movement. A Steam Move at Pinnacle (+30.57 units in 2011) was triggered on one team…

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Every Tuesday, we take a look at the early line movement and college football betting trends for the 15 most heavily bet games, in terms of the number of total bets. Team Betting % Current Open Notes Florida International 50% 3.0 3.0 Lone Tuesday night matchup presents great value to the public, with spread bets…

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We’ll take our weekly scan of the sports betting boards — and in particular, the “super Saturday” of college football! In college football, the heaviest-bet game of the day is the Texas A&M vs. Baylor game.   This game is also seeing some lopsided-betting activity.  Another game seeing heavy action is the Michigan-Michigan St. game….

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After splitting the first two games in Milwaukee, the NLCS heads to St. Louis for Wednesday’s Game 3. Chris Carpenter, who is fresh off a brilliant three-hit shutout against Philadelphia in Game 5 of the NLDS, takes the mound as the Cardinals try to parlay home-field advantage into a 2-1 series lead. Yovani Gallardo will take the ball for…

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