Sports Betting Blog

When it comes to the sports betting marketplace, there’s no question that football is king. According to the UNLV Center for Gaming Research, Las Vegas sportsbooks make nearly half of their revenue from football bettors despite the comparatively short season. From 1992 to 2016, $28.3 billion was wagered on football as compared to $18.4 billion…

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Last season Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry averaged 30.1 points, 6.7 assists and 5.4 rebounds per game en route to the first unanimous NBA MVP in league history. This was the second consecutive MVP Award for Curry, who had the second-best odds (+650) before the start of the season. The table below displays the…

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Past research has conclusively proven that betting against the public will produce a positive return on investment, although many bettors are confused about why this is such a successful strategy. Contrary to popular belief, oddsmakers do not attempt to balance their book by attracting 50 percent of the action on each side. Instead, they shade…

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