Sports Betting Blog

The 2012-13 college basketball season is in full-swing and, using our Bet Labs software, we’ve updated our analysis on the performance of betting against the public. Our analysis includes closing lines from Pinnacle and College Basketball Betting Trends since the start of the 2008 season (over 14,000 games). In previous research, we noticed a slight bias…

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Sunday morning, Sports Insights President Dan Fabrizio hosted a live webinar designed to help bettors make smarter bets in the NFL. During the webinar, Dan highlighted: 1. How to evaluate line movement 2. Sharp vs. public line moves 3. The importance of public betting trends 4. Sportsbook moves you should be following Dan also answered questions…

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On May 31, 2011, former Cleveland Cavaliers head coach Mike Brown signed a 4-year contract worth an estimated $18 million. The deal marked the end of an era with Brown and his Princeton-style offense replacing legendary coach Phil Jackson and his infamous triangle offense. In his first season as head coach, Brown and the Lakers…

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Welcome to the 2012-13 edition of NCAA Football Marketwatch, where the team at Sports Insights gives sports fans unprecedented insight into the NCAA Football point-spread market. Every week we analyze the sports betting marketplace to pinpoint which games the public is chasing and which the sharps are pounding. Overall Record: 1-4  The goal of this…

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Every week, we ask our Twitter followers to Tweet betting system questions for us to run using our Bet Labs software. We’ve selected our favorite questions and posted answers below. If you’re interested in creating your own data-driven betting systems, contact us for a free live demo of our Bet Labs software. Please note that some…

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Thursday afternoon, Sports Insights President Dan Fabrizio hosted a webinar discussing NFL betting for tonight’s game between the Indianapolis Colts and Jacksonville Jaguars. During the webinar, Dan highlighted five reasons why bettors should consider Jacksonville in this week’s Thursday Night Football matchup: 1. NFL 80/20 Rule: Since 2003, regular season underdogs that receive 20% or…

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