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By: Senior B.S.P.T. Expert

Anthony "Ace" Michael (@BsptSportsPicks)

 

                         Welcome to our 2023 Sportsbook Review:                             

A few other Experts and I have thoroughly went through most of the Major Sports Books and have found many negatives and only a few positives. One thing is for sure though, out of 37 Sports Books researched over the past year, we can only find 8 so far that are worth another look. Most of those we tested either had bogus odds, slow payouts, little or no bonus, a low variety of bets, and some games are OFF the board to bet until right before the start.

 

After our review, the following 8 Sports Books are a MUST to join if you like shopping around for the Best Odds! They ALL have GREAT Bonuses, Fast Payouts, and Great Odds with a BIG Variety of wagers!!! My suggestion is to join at least the Top 5. These ones are the most accurate after several months of testing. The more books you join, the better odds you will find. Sometimes a half a point can make the difference.

 

Do your research, IT ONLY TAKES LESS THEN 5 MINS!!!!! Why take a MLB or NHL team -150 when you can find them at -135? Why be satisfied with a NFL, NBA, NCAAF, or NCAAB team at +3 when you can find at +4.5 somewhere else? In the course of a year, that is a lot of money you are giving away! If you are playing this game to have fun or because it is your favorite team, you will NEVER come out winning in the long run. Take it seriously like your job, family, stocks, and savings and you will do a whole lot better. Also I highly suggest to follow these guys for FREE. They will definitely help! Over 40 Daily Free Picks from Nation's Top Handicappers at http://bestsportspickstoday.com/free-sports-picks

 

*IF YOU ARE NEW TO SPORTS BETTING, THERE IS AN ARTICLE AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE TO HELP YOU UNDERSTAND THE DIFFERENT TYPE OF BETS AND WHERE TO PLACE THEM.

 

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*Notice we highlighted Prop Variety Orange. These are the Sports Books with a most variety of Props for the Biggest Events like, Super Bowl, World Series, NBA Finals, Stanley Cup, National Championship, March Madness, even Golf, Tennis, Soccer, and Nascar!

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A COMPLETE BREAKDOWN OF EACH DIFFERENT TYPES OF SPORTS BETS TO HELP YOU UNDERSTAND ALL YOUR OPTIONS WHEN PLACING A BET:

 

Straight Bets

Most sports fans are probably familiar with the most basic bet in sports; the straight bet. It is also the most common wager placed by sports bettors especially when it comes to sports such as football and basketball. A betting line is set, which is often referred to as a point spread, and you can either bet on the favorite and give-up the points or place a bet on the underdog and get the points. The favorite has to win the game by more than the set point spread in order to cash-in. The underdog has to win outright or lose by less than the point spread to “cover” and win the bet. Ties in this situation are known as a “push” and no money is lost or won. For example: Lakers -3 vs Celtics. This also means the Celtics are +3. If the Lakers win by 4 or more they would cover the spread and win. If the Lakers won by 1 or 2 they would not cover the spread and if you bet the Celtics you would win. If the Celtics win the game or lose by 1 or 2 the Celtics bet would win.

 

Total Line Bets

The second-most popular bet in many sports is on the total line. In this type of sports bet, a number is set for the combined final score of both teams and you then bet on the actual score staying “under” that total or going “over” the set number. Often times you can bet on a total line by each half of a game when it comes to football and in basketball. For example: Cowboys vs Giants Total points scored 45. If the score if 27-24 that equals 51 and if you bet over 45 you would win. If the score was 17-13 the total points score would be 30 and if you bet the under you would win.

 

Money Line Bets

When you make a money line bet, you are picking a team to win straight-up without any point spread. The risk involved is the amount you have to wager to pick the favorite verse the amount you stand to make if you pick the underdog. These types of bets are released for all the major sports, but they primarily come into play for baseball and hockey. For example; if the Dodgers are favored at home against the Giants the money line might read San Francisco (+120) vs. Los Angeles (-135). You would stand to make $120 on a $100 bet on the Giants if they win and you would have to risk $135 to win $100 on a Dodgers’ victory.

 

Parlay Bets

The act of grouping together two or more picks into one single bet is known as a parlay. It can be as few as two separate picks all the way up to a particular sportsbook’s set limit (10-12 picks). The betting odds on a parlay payout are adjusted accordingly based on the total number of picks you group together. Usually they start at a 13-to-5 return in your favor for a two-team parlay and can go as high as 645-to-1 for a 10-team parlay. The trick to cashing-in on a parlay is that all of your picks must win or the entire parlay is lost. Parlays can be a very high risk/high reward sports bet and not always appropriate for the faint of heart.

 

Teaser Bets

A teaser bet is a twist on a parlay in that you are still grouping two or more picks together in a single bet, but you can now tweak the point spreads in your favor in return for a lower overall payout. If the sportsbook is offering a six-point teaser bet, then a 3.5-point underdog would now be getting 9.5 points. The downside to teasers is that they are still hard to hit and your overall payout is reduced quite a bit using the adjusted betting lines. Typically a straight-up three-team parlay would pay 6-to-1, but once you decide to tease the spread in your favor, the payout drops to 2-to-1 on a winning bet.

 

Round Robin Bets

This type of bet is basically a few parlays together. So instead of betting a 4 team parlay and all 4 teams have to win, you can make this bet. So you can bet a combination of the 4 teams you like in a 2 and/or 3 team parlays. So if 1 or 2 teams lose you still can win a bet and either not lose as much or profit a little, instead of losing your 4 team parlay. The catch it could cost a little more and it usually does not pay as much as the 4 team parlay does. There is an option if you like 4 teams to play a combination of 2, 3, and 4 team parlays. This is what I like to do, in case all 4 teams win you can have a nice pay day! Also try to put a money line underdog in there to raise your odds to profit more.

 

Head-to-Head Bets

For sports such as NASCAR, UFC, and professional golf, a common way to bet these events is to bet on the head-to-head results between just two competitors. Whichever one finishes the race or the tournament in the higher position wins. Many times a money line will be attached to each competitor as a way to handicap the match. This type of bet is very popular for sports such as these considering just how hard it is to pick an outright winner among a very large field.

 

 

Live Bets

A live bet is either a Straight, Total, or Money Line bet that you can place when the game is currently in play. The odds of this bet will change every few seconds depending on what is happening in the game. This bet is good for people who know a team well and know if they get off to a fast or slow start.

 

Prop Bets

These bets are a fan favorite! A prop bet is a bet where you can bet on an individual players or scenario outcome. How many catches with Larry Fitzgerald have? Under or Over 6? Will Russell Westbrook have a triple double tonight? +275 odds? Then they start to get crazy with these props. Will the Super Bowl coin flip be heads or tails? What color dress will J-Lo be wearing during the halftime show? Will they mention a Presidents name during the entire Super Bowl?  Each Sportsbook has different props bets, so make sure you shop around and find the best ones with the best odds.

 

Future Bets

A future bet is simple and these bets should also be shopped around to as many Sports Books as you can. It will give you the odds of each team in a particular sports. For example: Odds to win the Super Bowl. Kansas City Chiefs +135, Green Bay Packers +325, Buffalo Bills +500, New Orleans Saints +550, Tampa Bay Buccaneers +750, Chicago Bears +5000 and so on. So if you bet a $100 on the Bills you would profit $500 and if you be $100 on the Bears you would profit $5000. Remember though they would have to win the Super Bowl in order for you to win. These bets are fun and you can bet your favorite team without betting every game. You can do this with any sports. Just go to each Sports Book you belong to and find future bets. These odds could change after each time a team plays.

 

 

Hope this helps you understand Sports Betting a little better and if you have any questions make sure to email us at HandicappingService@gmail.com

 

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