Sports Betting Blog

Many bettors may not know this, but oddsmakers typically experience a sharp drop off in betting following the NBA playoffs. Although baseball is one of the most profitable sports for sharp bettors, it simply doesn’t compare to basketball or football in terms of popularity. For this reason, many sportsbooks will begin posting an overabundance of prop bets…

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Earlier this offseason, we posted an article which examined the odds for various players to lead the league in rushing and receiving yards. While this can be an interesting prop bet, and certainly offers value for fantasy football players, most NFL fans tend to be single-minded in their adoration of one position: the quarterback. In late June, Sportsbook.com,…

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Prior to the start of each season, the team at Sports Insights publishes a series of Betting Against the Public reports. Our philosophy is basic yet lucrative — whichever team the public is loading up on, simply bet the other side. This strategy has been profitable historically, but there are a number of factors that can help optimize returns. [ Save 40% off our…

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Soon after the Patriots won Super Bowl XLIX, CG Technology released 2015 NFL Win Totals for all 32 teams. Despite the fact that free agency was yet to begin and the draft still months away, the prominent Las Vegas sportsbook was eager to be the first oddsmaker to post win totals. Although these win totals fell…

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Earlier this summer, we released our first preview of the 2016 Presidential Election. At the time, Hillary Clinton was the clear-cut favorite to win the White House at +105 (Sportsbook.com). Since then, not much has changed. The former First Lady and Secretary of State continues to enjoy a large lead over her competitors and has seen her…

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