Sports Betting Blog

Note that the deadline for First Round entries for the March Madness pool we are sponsoring for the University of Chicago — is Tuesday at midnight. This pool is open to all — and we hope you will join in this experiment of modeling the Madness as a financial marketplace. Once entries are in, the…

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SportsInsights is pleased to be working with a financial markets class at the University of Chicago on a March Madness pool that models the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament as a financial marketplace.  Note that the pool is being run “round-by-round.” The pool is free and open to all — and there are prizes, including Membership…

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With the Selection Sunday arriving tomorrow — we’ll focus on today’s college hoops action.  At the bottom of this blog post is information on a March Madness Pool that SportsInsights is sponsoring.  The lines for today’s NCAAB action were just released. Currently, the largest point spread on the board is the Ohio State-Michigan game, with…

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SportsInsights is pleased to give you a preview of its MLB baseball research with some quick research on betting biases during spring training.  In particular, SportsInsights is pleased that its philosophy of seeking contrarian value in the sports investing marketplace works during spring training. Please read the article and join SportsInsights’ growing ranks of members…

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SportsInsights is pleased that the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) interviewed Dan Fabrizio on betting March Madness NCAA Basketball games.  The WSJ writes: Daniel Fabrizio, the president of the gambling website Sportsinsights.com, recommends a different approach: Find the Cinderellas with the least amount of hype—and put a wad of cash on them. Fabrizio examined the final…

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Please check out SportsInsights’ article on betting against the public during March Madness.  The article highlights a bias of using SportsInsights’ betting percentages to fade the public on large underdogs (16 points or more). This method can be used during the March Madness tournament as well as this week’s tournaments — and the NIT.  Keep…

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