Sports Betting Blog

We’re constantly preaching the value of betting against the public, and traditionally we have focused on the moneyline when we discuss baseball. Our 2014 MLB Betting Against the Public Report detailed a lucrative system that has earned +110.96 units since the start of the 2005 season; however, many readers have asked us whether this same contrarian…

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– Sportsbook.com had four bettors who each bet $500 at +1500 that there would be a safety in Thursday night’s Green Bay/Seattle game. Packers’ lineman Derek Sherrod was tackled in the end zone late in the third quarter, meaning each of those bettors won $7,500. – Speaking of opening night props, Sportsbook.com opened Packers fullback John Kuhn at +7000 to score the first…

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After just 1 game for 28 NFL teams, new futures prices have shown how the market has reacted after seeing just 1/16th of the season.  Below shows the futures prices both before and after Week 1 (via BetOnline).  I also converted those moneylines into implied percentages.  The table is sorted by change in percentage, meaning…

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