Sports Betting Blog

We are proud to introduce our new Think Tank feature which allows Bet Labs users to easily share their systems with other users to help improve their overall portfolio of systems.  This new tool optimizes the ability of sophisticated bettors to communicate and share ideas.  If you are stuck creating a system or just need…

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As part of our new (100% Free) College Basketball Central feature, the team at Sports Insights combined betting market probabilities, power ratings and expected randomness in an attempt to accurately simulate the entire NCAA Tournament. Because we included randomness to account for upsets and the inevitable emergence of Cinderella(s), single simulations provide different results when…

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Whether you’re a die hard or casual basketball fan, the postseason is the most magical time of the year. Some people will simply fill out one bracket for their office pool. Others will fill out dozens of brackets in a hopeless quest for that elusive perfect bracket. For sports bettors, this is an opportunity to…

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In an effort to increase scoring, the NCAA implemented new rules changes during the off-season meant to crack down on hand-checking (i.e. when the defensive player uses one or both of his hands to impede the progress of the offensive player). Although this defensive technique has technically been illegal for years, teams like Duke have…

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Sports fans are very reactionary — that’s a fact. Many of them consistently watch ESPN and follow other sports news outlets to track the hottest teams, and are traditionally quick to overreact to a winning or losing streak. However, at Sports Insights we know that the season is long and that being reactionary and overly…

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