Sports Betting Blog

Shortly after the Ravens’ victory catapulted them into Super Bowl 47, both offshore and Vegas odds opened for betting. The MGM, a well-respected Las Vegas sportsbook, set their opening line with the 49ers listed as 4.5-point favorites and a total of 50. Immediately, they took a big bet on the under, dropping the total to 49.5, as…

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Tonight in Los Angeles, the Western Conference’s top two teams will square off as the Clippers host the Oklahoma City Thunder. In what could easily be a preview of the conference championship, LA’s “other” team opened as a 2-point home favorite and, according to our NBA betting trends, are currently receiving just 31% of spread bets….

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Within moments of Baltimore’s shocking upset of the New England Patriots, our live odds page lit up as sportsbooks began posting their Super Bowl XLVII lines. A majority of the market opened this so-called “Harbaugh Bowl” with the Ravens listed as a 5-point underdog against the 49ers, and early action has favored the upset-minded Ravens….

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With the NHL set to begin a 48-game season this weekend, we took advantage of our Bet Labs software to update our NHL betting against the public analysis. Our database includes closing moneylines from Pinnacle and moneyline NHL Betting Trends data for all regular and postseason games since the start of the 2005 season. Due to…

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The conference championships are only days away and with only four teams remaining the end is in sight. In fact, you don’t have to look far for NFL Super Bowl betting opportunities. Most books already have generic Super Bowl odds with the AFC listed as a 2.5-point favorite over the NFC; but it doesn’t end…

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With their 41-28 beat down of the Texans yesterday, Tom Brady became the winningest quarterback in postseason history and the New England Patriots set up yet another showdown with the Baltimore Ravens. These two teams have a storied history and their matchups over the past few years have made for must-see television. In January of 2010, the…

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