Super Bowl XLIX Prop Bets

The Super Bowl is here and offshore sportsbooks have continuously posted some intriguing prop betting opportunities. Typically the more public books like Bovada or Sportsbook.com offer a large number of prop bets for regular season games, but everybody joins the party when it comes to the Super Bowl. It’s the one sporting event where even non-bettors choose to spice up…

Super Bowl Squares

Football squares are one of the easiest and most common way for football fans to bet on the Super Bowl, but many are unfamiliar with the rules and strategy for this basic betting opportunity. To start, take an empty 10 x 10 sheet thus giving you 100 total squares. Then label each axis from 0-9….

2014-15 College Basketball Futures

It was just days after the college basketball season that sportsbooks began to post their 2014-15 NCAA College Basketball futures. The LVH was the first sportsbook to post their Championship odds, while Sportsbook.com joined them shortly after as the first offshore book. The reigning national champs, UConn, graduated their leading scorer in Shabazz Napier while…

2015 Pro Bowl Betting Analysis

The 2015 Pro Bowl kicks off this Sunday at 8:00 PM ET when a team coached by Cris Carter will face off against a team coached by Michael Irvin. For the second straight year, the NFL has eschewed the traditional AFC vs. NFC format in favor of randomized rosters determined by Hall of Fame captains. The Pro…

Historical Super Bowl Trends

Super Bowl XLIX kicks off on Sunday, February 1st at 6:30 PM when the New England Patriots face off against the defending champion Seattle Seahawks. New England opened as a 3-point underdog but, at the time of publication, was receiving 77% of spread bets. This one-sided public betting has pushed the game to a pick ‘em and…

2018 World Cup Futures

The 2018 FIFA World Cup is set to take kick off on June 14th in Russia, marking the first time the event has returned to the area since the dissolution of the Soviet Union. Although the tournament features just 32 teams, Sportsbook.com has already posted 2018 World Cup Futures for 84 different countries. Defending champion Germany opened…