Sports Betting Blog

After losing two-straight games in Boston, Vancouver returns home for Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals as -170 favorites at CRIS. Once again, the public betting is very split, with 52% of moneyline wagers taking the underdog Bruins. The following table shows the breakdown of moneyline betting percentages from our six contributing sportsbooks: Team…

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Betting Against the Public in Major League Baseball continues to be a profitable strategy, highlighted by our MLB Square Plays, which are +34.5 units in 2011. Sports Insights is now publishing a Sports Investing Index, which reflects the performance of Betting Against the Public when applying contrarian value approaches to major US sports, focusing on our Square Play sports betting system….

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In order to maximize your bankroll, it’s important to shop for the best line when making a play on a game. Tuesday’s Game 4 of the NBA Finals was a prime example of just how significant this can be. After analyzing our Betting System Plays and Betting Trends data, we released the Mavericks as one…

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Please read the most recent article on the Sports Investing Index.  Sports Insights has dedicated a special section of its website to the Index.  Please bookmark this webpage — and visit regularly — to stay up-to-date on the sports investing marketplace. In early June, the Sports Investing Index is +6.4% as of the time of…

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Despite losing Game 3 at home, Dallas opened as a 2.5-point favorite at 5Dimes and is currently garnering 44% spread wagers. Sports Insights’ Betting Systems triggered a Steam Move Monday morning, pushing the line to -3 across the sports marketplace. The following table shows the breakdown of spread betting percentages from our six contributing sportsbooks:…

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There is a well-known and simple theory for betting the NBA Playoffs called the zig-zag theory.  The zig-zag theory is simply to take the opposite of what happened in the previous game.  For example, if the favorite covered in Game 1, then the theory would say to take the underdog to cover in Game 2….

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