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  • Updated Kentucky Derby Odds – New favorite – Added Horses
    by Sportsbook Advisor on February 24, 2020 at 8:01 pm

    The biggest horse race of them all is just nine weeks away. There has been a lot of new developments since our first posting of the 146th Kentucky Derby Odds back in January. There are now double the amount of horse, 18 in total. And the horse that was tied for odds on favorite has

  • Tyson Fury Next Fight Odds – Sportsbooks Clean Up After Fury Wilder
    by Sportsbook Advisor on February 24, 2020 at 5:17 pm

    As we reported last week, the money flowing in one Wilder was 3 times as much as that was coming on on Tyson Fury. The fact that Fury had seemed to be enjoying himself a little too much leading up to the fight and weighed in heavy, had many boxing bettors believing this would be

  • Wilder vs Fury Betting Report
    by Sportsbook Advisor on February 22, 2020 at 2:41 am

    The big fight, which takes place in 24 hours from now, is grabbing headlines and has seen plenty of action at the sportsbooks. As we reported a few weeks ago, the even odds shifted toward Wilder being favored slightly. And now, after tonight’s weigh-ins some media outlets are saying Fury is out of shape or

  • Kansas at Baylor Preview and Free Pick
    by Sportsbook Advisor on February 22, 2020 at 1:06 am

    Tomorrow the biggest college basketball game of the season to date will be played. #3 Kansas is at #1 Baylor. See top 25 here. The game tips at 12:00 p EST. The current sportsbook line is Baylor -2 and the total is 129.5 The line was actually put out at a few shops early with

  • Special Sportsbook Bonus for SBA Readers – Extra 15%
    by Sportsbook Advisor on February 20, 2020 at 9:09 pm

    One of the benefits of being a regular reader to a sportsbook and sports betting news website like SBA is that sportsbooks can offer special bonuses directly to you that are not available to the general public. The way that sportsbooks arrive at how much they can offer as a bonus is no secret. Its

  • Political Odds- Democrat Nominee – Bloomberg Odds Drop
    by Sportsbook Advisor on February 20, 2020 at 6:59 pm

    Apparently last night there was a democratic debate. If you are like me, you catch some of these things but you miss some of them too. This one I missed. But, from what I gathered Michael Bloomberg’s performance was lackluster. As you probably know, he joined the race late and has thrown hundreds of millions

  • XFL Week 3 Point Spreads and Picks
    by Sportsbook Advisor on February 19, 2020 at 9:51 pm

    With two weeks in the books I think it is safe to start picking games for this XFL. A few teams have clearly established themselves as more capable than the others. And an astute sports bettor can take the existing information and handicap the games himself. We definitely have seen low scoring games and the

  • Sportsbook Comments on XFL Action and Astros Hit by a Pitch Prop
    by Sportsbook Advisor on February 19, 2020 at 1:23 am

    We talked to YouWager sportsbook manager George this week about the goings-on of sports and sports betting for February. First, we wanted to know how action has been for the upstart league initiated by WWE’s Vince McMahon, the XFL. George replied “We have had an interesting push for the XFL. Players are surprisingly interested.”  This

  • Updated NCAA Championship Odds
    by Sportsbook Advisor on February 17, 2020 at 11:45 pm

    We are at the back end of the 2019-2020 basketball season and teams are trying to get their s— together to make a run at their conference titles and by default be prepared for the NCAA Tournament. March Madness is just a few weeks away. According to the latest college basketball top 25, the odds

  • XFL Betting Results After Two Weeks
    by Sportsbook Advisor on February 17, 2020 at 6:36 pm

    The XFL is trying to fill the football gap left by the NFL after they played their Super Bowl three weeks ago. Many leagues have tried this before and all have failed. The problem, perhaps, is that there isn’t a football gap at all. Maybe people just need that crescendo followed by a solid break.