Sports Betting Blog

Prior to the start of every season, we release a series of betting against the public articles which discuss the optimal thresholds for fading the public. Using the public betting percentages from our seven contributing sportsbooks, we analyzed over 25,000 games from our historical database in order to build a historically profitable betting system for our readers. Last season we published an…

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Line movement can happen for a number of reasons including injuries and weather, but line movement that shifts against our public betting percentages is typically an excellent indicator of smart or “wise guy” money. This is also commonly known as reverse line movement. The sweet spot for tracking reverse line movement varies from sport-to-sport, but…

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The 2016 European Championship will be hosted by France and is made up of the top 24 teams around the continent of Europe. All countries have now qualified for the tournament and will begin group play on June 10, 2016. In the most recent Euros in 2012, Spain defeated Italy for the title hosted by…

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Last season Elena Delle Donne led the Chicago Sky to a 21-13 record and the number two seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs en route to winning the WNBA Most Valuable Player Award. The 6’5″ guard/forward led the league in scoring (23.4 PPG) and free-throw shooting (95%) while ranking third in rebounding (8.4 RPG) and blocks (2.06…

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