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Sportsbook Advisor Tools

When betting major money on games, I always like to know which way the public is betting. About 70% of the time the public action isn’t terribly lopsided. And for that matter, when the public bets one way, they aren’t always wrong either. But, when I am betting on a major televised game, I like to see what the average Joe is thinking. I usually stay away from public favorites altogether. And when it is a heavily wagered upon game, I really stay away from the public side. In fact, if everyone is talking the same thing about a game, I will bet completely opposite.

How do you know what the public is betting? We provide a tool that will allow you to see this very stat: Who’s Betting What Tool

 

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