What do you know about Sports betting systems?

The set of events combined for a particular game for particular sport represents a profitable betting scenario is called Sports betting systems. Sports betting systems supposedly allow the gambler to have an edge in sports betting.

The very short-lived Sports betting systems are called trends, while the higher one is called an angle.

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Betting systems is based on the statistical analysis that have been around for awhile. “The Computer Group” was a group from Sports betting systems that was known for their accurate predictions, formed in Las Vegas in 1980 and successfully wagered on college football and basketball games for years, having the most famous member Billy Walters.

Sports betting systems have not been well trusted by bettors as the stigma is that a sporting event has too many intangibles in which a machine cannot predict. While, things have begun to change recently as owners of teams have begun to take notice of the value of statistics.

“Sabermetrics” by Bill James, and “Basketball on Paper” by Dean Oliver, have begun to bring detailed statistical analysis to the forefront of Sports betting systems.

Sports betting systems types

There are two types of Sports betting systems:

  1. The more historical info one has, the more accurate results one will get. As one will never be able to bet in a Sports betting systems within 100% of accuracy as there will always be undetermined agents. The historical data one need to know to apply multiple regressions in Sports betting systems is: Wins, Losses, Win to Lose ratio, home game record, away game record, past ten game outcomes, injures, team changes, new coaches, etc.
  2. Statistical anomalies: are derivations from the common rule giving one a competitive advantage. One shoul know significant factors such as: injures, does the team tends to win in an indoor or outdoor sports stadiums, wether, what atmospheric conditions is the team used to playing in, also seeing the puplic opinion and the team psyche. All these are: amix of psychological, motivational, biological, situational factors  in which more than one factor that points towards a team is needed to have a successful Sports betting systems.

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ESPN Radio

The American Sports Radio Network ESPN Radio was launched on January the first of 1992 under the original banner of “Sports Radio ESPN”, which is located at ESPN headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut.

ESPN Radio is a broadcast to hundereds of affiliate stations as well as to subscribers of Sirius Satellite Radio and XM Satellite Radio in the United States and Canada.

ESPN Radio has currently now four company-owned stations in New York city, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Dallas.

ESPN Radio History

On the fourt of January in 1992, Keith Olbermann hosted the first program in the first launch of the ESPN Radio telling the story of Danny Tartabull signing with the New York Yankees as a free agent.

In the beginning, ESPN Radio broadcasted only on weekends. While in 1996, it expanded to weekdays with a show hosted by The Fabulous Sports Babe, Nancy Donnellan to the weekdays.

Two years later, Tony Bruno and Mike Golic together were brought for a new morning show called the “Bruno & Golic Morning Show” which continued till Bruno’s leaving of the network in 2000, and Mike Greenberg replaced him, and the name of the show became “Mike & Mike” which is still aired till now. Mike & Mike in January 2010 celebrated their tenth year anniversary on ESPN Radio.

The main stay in afternoons was hosted by Dan Patrick untill his departure from ESPN Radio in 2007.

ESPN Radio gained national radio rights to the NBA in 1995 but, it gained the rights to the MLB on national radio. Gradually, ESPN Radio added more dayparts and became a 24-hour radio internet service.

ESPN Radio Shows

What is your favourite Radio show of these:

  • “Mike & Mike” from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. ET everyday.
  • “The Herd” from 10:00 a.m till 1:00 p.m. ET all weekdays.
  • “SVP” from 1:00 p.m. till 4:00 p.m. ET in all weekdays.
  • “The Doug Gottlieb Show” from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. all weekdays.
  • “All Night” from 1:00 a.m to 4:00 a.m. ET in all weekdays.
  • “The Brain Kenny Show”  is from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m ET.
  • “College GameDay” on Saturday from 12:00 p.m till 7:00 p.m. ET.
  • “The NFL on ESPN Radio” on Sunday  from 1:00 till 7:00 p.m. ET.

and there are more sports, thriller and action programs on ESPN Radio.

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Sports Betting

The activity of predicting sports results and placing a wager on the outcome is called Sports Betting. Sports Betting is illegal throughout most of the United States, common throughout much of Europe, and an everyday gambling industry in Nevada. Experts estimate a “handle” of more than $200 billion annually in the United States.

Legality of Sports Betting

It is illegal to operate a Sports Betting, except in a few states in the United States of america. The profession of Sports Betting is eagulated but not criminalized in many european nations. A Fairleigh Dickinson University PuplicMind poll found in April 2009 that 63% of New Jerseyians supported legalizing Sports Betting in Atlantic city. In March 2010, a national Puplic Mind poll found that 39% of Americans woul support changing laws so that Sports Betting would be allowed in all states, whereas 53% reported that they would not support such. In February 2011 Puplic Mind found that 53% of New Jersy voteers supported that legalizing Sports Betting in all states, believing that “lots of people bet anyway, so government should allow it and tax it”. In 2010, the Puplic Mind national survey found that 67% of Americans did not support the legalization of Internet Sports Betting websites in the United States while, 21% said they would support legalization.

Where Sports Betting is illegal, bettors usually make their sports wagers with illicit bookmakers (bookies) and on the Internet in which thousands of online book makers accept wagers on sporting events around the world.

Sports Betting Types

Sports Betting is commonly performed through a bookmaker or through various online Internet outlets. There are many types of Sports Betting like:

  • Proposition bets: wagers made on a very specific outcome of a match like guessing the number of goals each team scores.
  • Parlays: multiple bets that reward the successful bettor a large payout, in which a bettor ould include four different teamss will win, if any of the four bets fails the bettor will loses the Sports Betting Parlay, and if the bets win the bettor recieves a higher payout.
  • Progressive parlays: it involves large payout but smaller than the normal parlay.
  • Teasers: combining the bets on two or more different games, in which the bettor can adjust the point spreads for the two games but, realizes a  lower return on the bets in the event of a win.
  • If bets: contains at least two straight bets joined together by an if clause determining the wagers process.
  • Run line, puck line: wagers offered as alternatives to straight up, featuring a fixed point spread that offers a higher payout for the favourite Sports Betting.
  • Future wagers: a long-term horizon measured in weeks or months of Sports Betting.
  • Head-to-head: prediction of each compititor results.
  • Totalizators: the odds are changing in real time of Sports Betting according to the share of total exchange of the possible outcomes.
  • 2nd half bets: a Sports Betting that is placed only at halftime of a particular spoting events.

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