Sports Betting Blog

As a sports investor, betting size is an often overlooked tool which can be very beneficial to the investor if done properly. Controlling the percentage of money placed on each game depending on bankroll can help the bettor survive the slow times, and capitalize on the inevitable good times. Depending on the sport, and preference of betting the point spread…

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The holiday season brings the “gift” of big College Football Bowl Games for college football fans.  These games attract a lot of public betting interest and hopefully some good contrarian value. The opening lines are out for the remainder of the 2010 college football season – and depending on what sportsbook you use, you may…

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A Sunday in early December means that there is heavy interest in the NFL.  Here, SportsInsights.com will take a look at the NFL sports marketplace and also focus on the NHL marketplace. In the NFL, the SF-GB game is currently the heaviest-bet game of the day — and is also one of the more lopsided-bet…

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The team at SportsInsights.com wishes you and your family — a happy holiday season. Here is a look at today’s sports marketplace: With a successful 2010 college football season winding down, SportsInsights’ analysts felt like the Grinch stole some potential profit opportunities.  There are relatively few NCAA Football games today, but we did circle a…

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As a sports bettor, the focus is obviously on picking winners. However, this is just one of the key factors to making money as a sports investor. Another important component to success as a sports investor is to minimize the vig. The “vig,” or “juice,” is what sportsbook’s collect from bettors on each individual bet placed, win or…

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