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Irish bookmaker gives opinion on gambling in the United States

06.21.2012     01:26 PM     Printer Friendly
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Vice.com conducted an interview with an Irish bookie about the differences between European and US betting markets. His theories are fairly accurate, though he talks as if US bettors are still in the dark ages (see: his claim that we don't have access to as many NFL prop bets) and have no option other than to use a local named Stan. Playing online obviously isn't as convenient as it was 10 years ago, but nowadays, the old school local bookmaker has gone the way of off-screen shops and in some cases they offer more in terms of props than the big boys like Pinnacle, CRIS and 5Dimes. Not to mention any European sportsbook offering NFL prop bets is more than likely just copying them from a US source.


How does the betting experience in the US compare to that in Europe?
The online betting companies here in Europe are light years ahead of the US in terms of the product sophistication. For example, for an average NFL matchup, a US bookie might offer you only a few “markets,” or areas to bet on, such as who will win, total points, etc., but here, you'll have over

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NBA Finals and Playoff Betting Profiles: Oklahoma City vs. Miami Heat

06.19.2012     11:09 AM         Printer Friendly
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We’re having a winning and profitable postseason and chipped in a Big Drive UNDER the total winner in Game 3 of the NBA finals. I’m well connected in the sports handicapping and betting business, and many Fairway followers and fans also send me stats, information and insight. Some scoring information was shared with me regarding the Heat along with their strong results vs. winning teams and I thought I would pass it along to you.

Recall in May I posted a NBA blog about Round 2 home favorites being the biggest profit producers in any round of NBA playoff action. Additionally, I noted some other ATS profiles regarding teams off three or more consecutive ATS playoff wins and how to use that in your handicapping (Game 2 winner on Heat). We Tweeted a recommendation on the Oklahoma City Thunder as an underdog over the Spurs in the Western Conference Finals and also recommended a play on the Miami Heat as an underdog in the NBA Finals.  The public’s overreaction to oddsmakers’ already adjusted prices Read more



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Teddy Covers chimes in on the Golden Nugget's College Football Games of the Year

06.18.2012     11:40 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
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As spring turns into summer here in Las Vegas and the NBA Playoffs wind down, the upcoming football season begins to attract more and more betting attention. Last month we saw NFL season win totals hit the betting boards around town, drawing a significant initial flurry of heavy wiseguy money.  And this past week, we saw another clear sign that football is just around the corner, as the Golden Nugget released their lines on more than 110 Games of the Year.

The Nugget is not generally a hotbed of wiseguy betting activity, but their sportsbook takes center stage as the first place to post college football game pointspreads around this time every year. Last year, the book wrote more than $200,000 in handle on the very first day the college football lines were posted. This year, the volume of bets was a little bit slower for several reasons.

First, in 2011, the book opened their college football numbers at noon on Friday, and the place was packed right from the get-go. This year, the numbers opened at 10 AM on a Monday, resulting in slow and steady action as opposed to the fast and furious action we saw last year.

Secondly, according to several Read more



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MLB Handicapper Free Play: Chicago White Sox at St. Louis Cardinals

06.14.2012     02:00 PM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
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Chicago WS (Floyd) +115 at St. Louis (Westbrook) O/U 8.5
Recommendation: Chicago


St. Louis starter Jake Westbrook has been an absolute disaster area for a month now; 0-4 with an ERA approaching 8.00 in his last six starts while giving up 48 hits in just 31 innings of work.  He’s been pitching with a cut on the middle finger of his throwing hand; a lingering issue that has clearly affected his mound presence.  The Cardinals bullpen behind Westbrook has been struggling mightily, ranked in the bottom quartile of the majors in ERA, blown saves and losses. The White Sox had scored 25 runs in their previous three games prior to getting blanked last night – their high octane lineup has been clicking on all cylinders for weeks, ranked #6 out of 30 MLB teams in runs scored this year.   There’s absolutely no reason to think that Chicago won’t be able to tee off on Westbrook and the bullpen behind him tonight; producing runs in bunches. Read more



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Handicapper Teddy Covers on the difference between sharp and square bettors

06.11.2012     10:48 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
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Last week, I wrote about the difference in expectations between wiseguy or “sharp” bettors – those who expect to earn a profit from sports betting over the long term – in comparison to recreational or “square” bettors. Here in Part 2 of the article this week, I’m going to examine some of the major differences between the two groups of bettors in terms of their approach and their respective strategies. What are wiseguy bettors doing that recreational bettors aren’t? Read on to find out!

Most casual bettors don’t make a profit from their sports betting hobby. This includes bettors who are relatively sharp as well as those who couldn’t pick a winner if their lives depended on it. That’s not a bad thing either – if every bettor won, sportsbooks would be going belly up and bettors would run out of places to play.

Much of the industry jargon considers money management as important as picking winners, if not more so. And it certainly is. But throwing around buzzwords like “money management” and describing esoteric concepts like “isolate a percentage of bankroll” and Read more



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MLB Betting News: Texas pushes back Darvish's next start

06.11.2012     06:51 AM     Printer Friendly
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Texas will push back Yu Darvish's next start two days to ensure he's receiving an ample amount of rest. He's tentatively slated to throw Friday against Houston. Lack of command has been Darvish's biggest problem with 44 walks in 72.2 innings. His ERA has climbed from 2.60 to 3.72 over his last four starts. FanGraphs pointed out that it is the teams seeing Darvish for a second time that have inflicted the most damage.


May 21st, @ SEA: 4 IP, 5 H, 4 R, 6 BB, 5 K
May 27th, vs TOR: 5 IP, 7 H, 3 R, 3 BB, 3 K
June 2nd, @LAA: 6.1 IP, 6 H, 3 R, 3 BB, 7 K
June 7th, @Oak: 5.1 IP, 6 H, 6 R, 6 BB, 4 K






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MLB Gambling Trends: American League dominates interleague play

06.08.2012     07:57 AM         Printer Friendly
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Interleague play continues from June 8 through June 24, 2012 and the American League (AL) looks to continue their dominance over the National League (NL). Interleague play was introduced in 1997, and since 2004 the American League has dominated the senior circuit and posted a winning record every year. In those eight seasons, the AL is 1128-927 with over $10,000 in profit for a $100 bettor. Last season the AL went 134-125 vs. the NL but was a losing betting proposition overall yet AL home teams showed a slight profit. In 2012, the AL is 24-18 vs. the NL during May Interleague play.

A rare role in which you’ll find an American League team is a big road underdog vs. a National League opponent. They have been big profit producers during their 8-year run as +150 or more while also showing a winning record overall. On Friday, June 8 the Toronto Blue Jays are a +155 road ‘Dog at Atlanta.

In the opening series weekend beginning June 8, there are six match-ups in which the teams have played at least 10 times, including the subway series between the New York Yankees and New York Mets.

The Yankees are 25-22 vs. the Mets
The Rays are Read more



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MLB Handicapping: Five home runs helps back-to-back games at Petco go OVER

06.07.2012     06:44 AM     Printer Friendly
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When a game goes over the total at Petco Park is usually isn't by much and rarely do we see two teams combine for double-digit runs. But the last two contests – against the weak hitting San Francisco Giants – have each produced 11 runs. And on five occasions during those two games the ball managed to leave the playing field in fair territory. There is a theory among bettors that Petco Park plays a bit more realistic during stretches when the "marine layer" isn't as strong. According to one explanation, this tends to happen during the day and later in the season. Just something to consider when playing Padres totals.


“In the simplest terms, when you’re close to the water, there’s more moisture in the air and the air is cooler,” said Miller. “The air becomes less dense with water in it, lighter than typical air molecules, so the ball can fly farther in the moister air. But when the marine layer moves in, like a big blob of cold air pouring over the stadium walls and onto the field, the air is more

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Handicapper Teddy Covers' Wiseguy Report 6-4-2012

06.04.2012     11:27 AM     Printer Friendly
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I decided to give my weekly column a new name last week, calling it Teddy’s Wiseguy Report.  I did this because I’ve been getting a boatload of questions about wiseguy bettors – the individuals and syndicates that legitimately do battle with the books with a steady diet of four and five figure bets.  Wiseguys, also known as “sharps”, are guys who make their living beating the books and the betting markets. 

In this week’s column, I’m going to explain the single biggest difference between the approach of wiseguy bettors compared to the vast majority of bettors here in Las Vegas and around the world – guys who are recreational players or “squares”.  Next week, in Part 2 of this article, I’ll delve deeper into the contrasts between sports betting amateurs and sports betting professionals.

Most casual bettors don’t make a profit from their sports betting hobby.  This includes bettors who are relatively sharp as well as those who couldn’t pick a winner if their lives depended on it.  That’s not a horrible thing either – if every Read more



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NFL goes small college conferences, AFL for replacement refs

06.04.2012     11:12 AM     Printer Friendly
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Does it excite you that the outcome of crucial late season game between the Ravens and Steelers could be in the hands of a Sun Belt back judge? Due to unresolved contract negotiations with the NFL's referee union, the league is has begun to look elsewhere for employees. And by employees, we don't mean handpicking the top refs from the Big Ten or SEC. BCS Conference refs are run by NFL officials and therefore off limits. We're talking about small college conference and arena football.   




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