Where is Sharp Money Going in Game 5 of the 2016 NBA Finals?

Over the past month, I have utilized the tools available to Sportsbook Insider and Bet Labs subscribers to identify sharp money and diagnose historically profitable betting trends in the 2016 NBA Playoffs. This research has paid tremendous dividends, with contrarian strategies continuing to win at an astounding rate. The value derived from betting against the…

Where is Sharp Money Going in Game 4 of the 2016 NBA Finals?

Over the past three weeks, I have broken down the marquee NBA playoff games using the tools available to Sportsbook Insider and Bet Labs subscribers. By examining public betting trends, sharp money indicators and betting system matches, I have been able to identify which sides and totals offered value to bettors. Three weeks ago I highlighted value on the…

Should MLB Bettors Also Avoid the Trendy Underdog?

For over a decade, the team at Sports Insights has gone to great lengths to conclusively prove that betting against the public will produce positive returns for sports bettors. The strategy is incredibly simple; whichever team the public is loading up on, simply bet the other side. This philosophy has been the backbone of our…

2016 College Baseball World Series Odds

The 2016 College World Series (CWS) began on Friday, June 3, 2016 with a 64-team field. Thirty-one conference champions were awarded an automatic bid while another thirty-three teams were selected at-large by the selection committee. Teams were divided into sixteen regional groups in this double-elimination tournament. After one week of play, the field has been whittled down…

2016 Belmont Stakes Odds

The 148th running of the Belmont Stakes will place on Saturday, June 11, 2016 at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York. The 1.5-mile long race is the third and final leg of the Triple Crown, although history will not be made this year. After winning the Kentucky Derby as the +300 favorite, many horse racing…

How Bettors Can Win By Tracking Starting Pitcher Walk Rates

Ever since Michael Lewis published his now famous novel Moneyball, the baseball community has been enamored with sabermetrics. The love for advanced statistics has emerged as one of this century’s greatest obsessions, joining the likes of yoga pants, gluten-free diets, craft beers and microaggressions. For anybody who didn’t bother to read Moneyball or watch the film…