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    Haute-Savoie
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    Quote Originally Posted by bettingman6 View Post
    Hmm.

    Maybe books sometimes adjust football lines a tad bit downward and basketball lines a tad bit upward for the reasons I suggested. My theory might only work if you’re measuring football results against a spread a computer program would project.

    Basketball is by far the easiest sport to bet, with baseball in 2nd place. Hockey and the NFL is a crap shoot with the NFL maybe being the worst. As for NBA you have to understand how difficult it is to win on the road for whatever reason in the NBA. Most times teams w genuine superstars can consistently win on the road.

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    danshan11
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    Quote Originally Posted by danshan11 View Post
    Nfl
    ats: 3540-3667-207 (0.15, 49.1%)

    nba
    ats: 14121-13789-557 (-0.35, 50.6%)

    ncaafb
    ats: 12353-12535-489 (0.25, 49.6%)

    ncaabb
    ats: 23202-23131-976 (-0.15, 50.1%)
    I think this shows there truly is no advantage on dog or fave in anyway. Any way to pull stats that shows there is some sort of edge based soley on HA DF is noise

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    oilcountry99
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haute-Savoie View Post
    Basketball is by far the easiest sport to bet, with baseball in 2nd place. Hockey and the NFL is a crap shoot with the NFL maybe being the worst. As for NBA you have to understand how difficult it is to win on the road for whatever reason in the NBA. Most times teams w genuine superstars can consistently win on the road.
    Really? I'd be curious to see how many people would agree with this statement. Kudos to you.

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