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NBA Playoff Gambling Report: Boston looks to take 2-0 lead over Philadelphia

05.14.2012     12:07 PM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
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The opening round of the NBA Playoffs is already in the history books, and we’ve got some compelling matchups as Round 2 begins. Let’s take a whirlwind tour around the NBA, examining some of the prevailing issues for each series from a betting perspective.

The betting markets often struggle to accept that teams can change their stripes in the postseason, performing at a very different level than they did during the regular season. Philadelphia is a prime example; not the same team now that they were a month or two ago, when they struggled mightily to step up in class.

Philly is healthy. They are confident after squeaking by the injury riddled Bulls in the first round. And they’re getting dramatically improved play from two key starters right now; the biggest reason why Boston is the single shortest favorite on the series price futures betting board even after their Game 1 victory, rallying back from a double digit deficit to escape with the one point win.

The two biggest personnel differences for the 76ers now compared to the regular season are Evan Turner and Spencer Hawes. Turner was the #2 overall pick in the draft last Read more


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MLB Betting News: Baltimore calls up lefty Eveland for spot start

05.11.2012     07:28 AM     Printer Friendly
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Tampa Bay (Hellickson) -125 at Baltimore (Eveland) O/U 9

With Jason Hammel (knee) on the shelf, the Baltimore Orioles called up veteran Dana Eveland for a spot start tonight against Tampa Bay. Eveland has pitched well in Triple-A with a 2.21 ERA.


"He had a good year in a very hitter-friendly park in Triple-A and has had some success at times in the big leagues," Showalter said. "He's pitching real well down there, pitching as well as any of their starters are, so I think we're lucky to have him. We'll see if Tampa agrees with me."





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ESPN's World Series of Poker TV schedule

05.09.2012     01:02 PM     Printer Friendly
Here is ESPN's schedule for the upcoming World Series of Poker.


"Fans know Tuesday night is poker night on ESPN," said Doug White, ESPN senior director of programming and acquisitions. "Beginning with the Big One for One Drop and the WSOP National Championship, and continuing on Tuesdays with the WSOP Main Event, we will set the stage for this intense competition and continue the excitement through the Final Table in October."



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MLB Handicapping Notes: Totals in the month of May

05.09.2012     07:37 AM         Printer Friendly
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Our rampage continues this week with another top-play 20* Big Drive winner as our American League Over/Under Game of the Month cashes in the Rangers’ romp over the Orioles, 10-3. The highest scoring game on the MLB card was highlighted by Josh Hamilton’s four home run performance. It gave us our fourth-straight MLB winner and nearly +7 units of MLB profit in the month of May.

Here’s some MLB totals information to add to your handicapping arsenal. The month of May has been a profit-producer playing UNDERS lined at 10 or more runs. Over the past decade, there has been over 500 games lined at 10 runs or higher in the month of May and the under has cashed at nearly a 56% rate.  Healthy pitching and fresh arms are still seemingly prevalent in the early season and the weather has not yet hit the higher temperatures that often result in more runs scored.

This season we’re seeing fewer runs scored and much less offensive production, and there are fewer games lined at 10 runs or higher. However, there is a situation to look for that can increase the percentages of winning these UNDER the total wagers, and it involves winning teams as home Read more


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MLB Handicapper News and Notes: Baltimore Orioles on the rise

05.07.2012     11:49 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
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The first month of the baseball season has come and gone, and there is no shortage of interesting stories to discuss. This week, I’ll break down the two biggest surprise teams in early season play (one positive and one negative), but this article has got to start with some discussion of the single biggest prevailing trend in all of baseball – the lack of run production in both leagues.

Hitting has declined markedly in recent years. In 2008 the AL hit a composite .268, while the NL, without the DH, hit at a .260 clip. Here in 2012, as of Monday, May 7th, the AL composite average has dropped to .248, the NL down to .249. During that same span, ERAs have dropped nearly a quarter of a run in the AL and a remarkable 3/4 of a run in the NL. 17 major league teams are currently hitting under .250 and twelve major league teams have posted ERAs under 3.50. The last time we saw MLB teams combine to hit less than .250 for a full season was back in 1972 – before the DH was introduced into the American League; a year where only one AL team (Kansas City) hit better than .250 for the full season.

Another way to gauge the relative success that pitchers have Read more


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MLB Betting Trends with Low Totals

05.04.2012     10:29 AM         Printer Friendly
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We cashed our top-rated 20* Big Drive over/under Game of the Month yesterday and provided our thoughts and written analysis of the Cardinals/Pirates over the total winner. While I noted the strong current hitting of the Cardinals and pitching performances and match-ups, my research and noted totals trends below may have you searching out more UNDER the total plays in the next few months.

On May 1, the Padres beat the Brewers 2-0 at Petco Park. The over/under line was 6 runs and both starting pitchers Shawn Marcum and Edison Volquez threw seven shutout innings of three-hit baseball. The Padres were a home underdog in that contest and I’ve noted some solid UNDER the total results on home underdogs with low posted totals below.

There have been 17 games played at Petco Park this season and we have yet to see a posted total above 7 runs. Despite the low posted totals, Padres home games have still gone 7-9-1 over/under.

Through the month of April, MLB teams were batting a combined .249. The last time MLB teams combined to hit under .250 for an entire season Read more


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MLB Handicapping: Tigers try to pinpoint Scherzer's problems

05.04.2012     07:16 AM     Printer Friendly
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Trying to get a beat on Detroit Max Scherzer is extremely difficult. When he's on, he performs like a front-of-the-rotation arm and when he's not, he looks like Rick Porcello on a bad day. Mechanical flaws seem to be Scherzer's biggest enemy and after five starts and a 7.77 ERA, the Tigers have apparently caught what he is doing wrong. We recommend a wait-and-see approach. Scherzer is slated to throw at home on Saturday against the White Sox.


Scherzer and Tigers pitching coach Jeff Jones believe they’ve found a flaw in the righty’s mechanics, the Detroit Free Press reports. “We’re trying to get him to keep his hands more in the middle of his body as opposed to taking them behind him,” Jones said. “He’s gotten into a little bit of a habit of carrying them behind his body too far. That affects his lead arm getting on the target and staying there long enough.”






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Longshot money provides value on true contenders for Kentucky Derby

05.03.2012     06:33 AM     Printer Friendly
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Because of the recent success of longshots in the Kentucky Derby (see: Mine that Bird's 50-1 win in 2009), casual bettors haven't been shy about trying to find the next big underdog. But for more serious players, the influx of longshot money – which is expected again this year – has provided extra value among the contenders. It also shortens the odds of horses than have virtually no shot yet come Saturday, they’ll be priced at less than 40-1.


The dumb money phenomenon does not show up nearly as much in the exotic pools because novice horseplayers tend to stay away from wagers like the exacta and trifecta. The win and even place and show pools are where all the value is.

So sit back and enjoy the race on Saturday, and bet to win on the horses that make sense. You may not cash, but at least you will have made a smart wager.











Mayweather denies Clippers bet but wanted to get down on Celtics-Hawks second half

05.02.2012     06:43 AM     Printer Friendly
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Never a dull moment in the life of Floyd Mayweather. This time, rumors are circulating that Mayweather had $1.8 million spread out over seven Las Vegas sportsbooks on the Clippers +6 – the game they trailed by as much as 27 and won outright. But in Tuesday's press conference for his weekend bout with Miguel Cotto, the often times braggadocios Mayweather said the big bet claims were false. Later in the interview however, and true to form, he did tell reporters he wanted to bet the second half of the Celtics-Hawks game. Mayweather is a -700 favorite over Cotto for Saturday. 


"I've won a lot of money on games, I've lost a good piece of money on games," Mayweather told MLive.com's David Mayo in March. "But at the end of the day, some of the games that they're talking about are rumors they put out there, that are false. In sports, you win and you lose, but the main thing is you have to win more than you Read more








NBA Playoff Gambling: Recapping a wild weekend

04.30.2012     11:59 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
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The NBA regular season was rather lackluster. TV ratings were mediocre at best and there was a legitimate absence of compelling story lines to draw casual fans into the fray. And frankly, the condensed, lockout shortened season left a lot to be desired from a visual perspective – there was no shortage of ugly basketball games between Christmas and the last week of April.

But the opening weekend of the playoffs was an absolute masterpiece of compelling story lines and intense basketball. All eight Game 1’s gave us something to think about, write about and consider as playoff action heats up this week.

The weekend started with a blowout as Chicago thrashed Philly, leading by 20 in the fourth quarter before a late Sixers rally cut the final margin of victory to 12. The Bulls simply overwhelmed the 76ers for most of the game, dominating the low post defensively while breaking down Philadelphia’s defense, creating high percentage shot attempts on the other end of the floor. But the entire complexion of the series – and the playoffs as a whole – changed rather dramatically late in the fourth when Chicago’s star point guard Derrick Read more


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