Sports Betting Blog

For the past few months, I have utilized our bracket simulator predictions to determine which schools were offering value in the futures market. By converting each school’s future price into an implied probability, I have been able to identify several schools with a positive expected value. My initial analysis highlighted Florida (+4000), Louisville (+1700) and Gonzaga…

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In a special episode of the Smarter Bets podcast, David interviews Michael Craig, an analyst for Sports Insights. They discuss the most profitable March Madness betting strategies, important criteria when handicapping college basketball games, how to exploit lines in smaller tournaments, the best time to place your wagers, and why bettors need to have realistic…

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At Sports Insights, we have two core betting philosophies. Bet Against the Public Follow the Sharp Action Betting Against the Public is pretty simple. More often than not, the public loses. They bet with their gut instinct (which is a losing strategy). They care about things that don’t matter (recent performance, who has more star players)….

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After an unimpressive slate of first round games, the second round of the tournament was packed with excitement. Wisconsin (closed +213 on the moneyline) knocked off Villanova, South Carolina (closed +270 on the moneyline) upset Duke and Xavier (closed +270 on the moneyline) steamrolled Florida State. Casual bettors often live their lives by the mantra “life’s…

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