Tips for Betting Bowl Games

Bowl games are a different handicap than the regular season.  The game itself doesn’t change but the thought process required by successful handicappers to thrive during the postseason definitely does.  We can’t emphasis this point enough that reading, even more so than studying the numbers, is IMPERATIVE before going to the window with a bowl […]

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10 Must See TV Bowl Games and 1 Dud

December is a month filled with friends, family, feasts, and football.  The hours you’re allotted for watching meaningless college football bowl games in stadiums you’ve never heard of sponsored by companies you’ll never use always seems to decline as we age.  Thankfully, we here at Bet The Board will do the heavy lifting highlighting the […]

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Supreme Court needs to consider failed Sports betting ban

Gaming Industry Urges United States Supreme Court to Consider Failed, Unconstitutional Sports Betting Ban  Sign up for real time updates from the AGA AGA amicus brief highlights massive illegal sports betting market that federal law prevents states from effectively combating Washington, DC – The failed federal ban on sports betting is driving an illegal, underground […]

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Money Management, Bankroll Management are vital in Sports Betting and the Game of Life

Football is King Kong when it comes to sports gambling in North America (although the election gave it a run for its money this year).  Pigskin centric bettors spend slower spring and summer months devising a bankroll management strategy with hope it provides an opportunity to maximize earning potential during fall.  However, even profitable bettors […]

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Betting Basics: The Truth about Sharp Money

Bettors hear the term ‘sharp money’ all the time in sports betting discussion.  They lean on the phrase as a crutch for validating analysis without knowing the who, where, when, what and how it impacts the betting markets.  They’re smart to recognize its importance; sharp money is the lifeblood of the entire betting industry. Sharp […]

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NFL Betting: Buy Low, Sell High on these Two Football Teams

Written By: Billy Attridge Approaching the NFL betting market is unlike any other sport; perception is colossal and the public can have their way in shaping numbers on a week-to-week basis.  Removing emotional attachments to organizations, along with being able to buy a team one week and sell it the next is the key to […]

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National Debate headed to South by Southwest

This press release was sent out on Tuesday as part of the American Gaming Association’s ongoing campaign to legalize sports betting. Subscribe to the AGA’s newsletter here Follow the AGA on twitter Washington, DC – The American Gaming Association (AGA), in partnership with leading industry experts, has been selected by a popular vote for a […]

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NFL Week 5: Things You Must Know if You’re Betting this Weekend

Mother Nature has spoiled quite a few parties in her day. The Week 5 edition of Bet the Board became a casualty this week when Hurricane Matthew forced the guys to postpone the Thursday installment. However, loyal listeners can exhale a bit because in lieu of the podcast is a blog packed with information you […]

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Good, Bad, and the Ugly of College Football Week 5

College football gives us storylines each week that even the most creative script writer couldn’t pass off as plausible in Hollywood.  We’re only five weeks into the season and the finishes impacting the national championship quest are something to behold.  However for every signature performance there’s the other end of the spectrum and we’re here […]

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How to Handle Betting Slumps

Sports betting is about the story; miraculous covers, once in a lifetime parlay odds, and those massive futures on improbable long shots like Leicester City.  But there’s another side to sports betting, for every winning streak or heater there’s a slump waiting around the corner.  Losing skids are inevitable, they come with the business we’ve […]

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