Sports Betting Blog

In one of our articles, we highlighted the long-standing longshot-favorite bias that exists in horse racing and boxing betting.  The sports betting research that SportsInsights.com performs for major US sports has uncovered biases that relate to betting against the public — and generally finds value on underdogs. Interestingly, the opposite is generally true for major…

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Properly managing your bankroll is one of the most important factors when attempting to become a successful sports investor. Following two standard rules can help reduce your risk of ruin and maximize the effectiveness of a solid sports betting system. Flat Betting We recommend a flat-betting system where your bet size is the same for…

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Texas opened as a -115 favorite at Pinnacle and is receiving 75% of moneyline wagers. Even though the public is pounding the Rangers, the line has dropped to -111, suggesting sharp money has fallen on the Mariners. Due to the lopsided betting percentages, our analysts have circled this game as a Square Play candidate, a…

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Sports Insights believes in a Betting Against the Public strategy to find value in the sports marketplace and our Square Play methodology strictly adheres to this philosophy. Our analysts examine betting trends data from six contributing sportsbooks to find the most lopsided bet games and release these plays to our Premium Pro members. This strategy has been very profitable…

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The 2011 MLB Season has been underway for just over a month and, with Sports Insights’ MLB Betting Systems currently +24.5 units, this a good time to review the intricacies of betting Major League Baseball. Moneylines The majority of Sports Insights’ MLB Betting System plays will be moneyline wagers. This is the most popular type…

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