Sports Betting Blog

After losing starting quarterback Teddy Bridgewater for the 2016 season due to a severe knee injury, many analysts expected that the Minnesota Vikings would look to acquire a veteran signal caller in free agency to provide depth at the position. Although Bridgewater had never been considered an upper echelon quarterback, he had quietly developed into…

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Sportsbooks, like any other business, are designed to ensure long-term profitability. Most people have heard the expression “the house always wins,” but they may not understand the inner-workings of the sportsbook. The juice, sometimes known as the vig, is the fee charged by bookmakers to place a bet. Although there are some offshore sportsbooks that…

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With summer winding down and the start of the football season looming, we are pleased to present the latest update on our college football betting against the public results. Our past research has conclusively proven that betting against the public will produce a positive return on investment, but the optimal threshold varies from sport to sport. At…

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