Posts tagged ‘sports betting strategy’

  • Injury reports are key when handicapping sports

    The Importance of Up-to-Date Injury Information in Sports Betting

    On Nov. 7, the Arizona Cardinals went to San Francisco to take on their NFC West rival. At 7-1, it was no surprise that the Cardinals opened as a 3-point favorite at top rated sportsbooks. Arizona alr...

  • what to do when you bust at a sportsbook

    What To Do If You Go Bust But Want To Keep Playing

    You placed that last NFL bet hoping for a win because a loss would mean your sportsbook account would drop to zero. When you go bust, what do you do? You want to keep playing, but your current sportsb...

  • stressed out sports bettor

    Buying Your Way Out of a Bet

    You do your research, you study the teams and you make your picks. Then you bet your picks at your favorite sportsbook. You have three or four bets for the day and they feel solid. But the early two b...

  • NBA Playoff betting strategy 2021

    Introducing the Four Factors Model to Bet the NBA Playoffs

    Sports bettors are always searching for that strategy that will lead them to more wins. As we head into the NBA playoffs, bettors familiar with Dean Oliver should consider putting his Four Factors Mod...

  • Kelly Criterion Explained - Sports Betting Strategy

    Managing Your Bankroll with the Kelly Criterion

    If you are a sports bettor looking for an edge, one of the simplest things you can do to achieve success is manage your bankroll. If you are not managing your money correctly, you are more likely to t...

  • Betting NBA Covid

    Betting NBA Games through a COVID Season

    We’re still not quite fully in the clear yet. The coronavirus still looms over the U.S.’s collective heads and it still has an impact on our daily lives. The NBA is no exception. The league has de...

  • sports betting research and strsategy

    Wagering Myths About Early Season Football

    by John Rothschild Most expect that what they saw last week will happen the next. It doesn’t. If you think like everyone else. You will lose! For College: The Myth of Top Ranked Recruits 1. Don̵...