If>Then Construct WithSides and TotalsDirect quote from square handicapper, “Ifyou’re a parlay type bettor that likes tobe...
The Square ToutContinues…“The logic behind this theory is simple. Forexample: when a team is favored by 7 points ormore wi...
OffshoreInsiders.comprefers facts!
Grandmaster Handicapper Joe Duffy, CEO ofOffshoreInsiders.com concludesConclusion: admittedly the theory shows some scinti...
Common square theory: if you like the bigfavorite, you must bet the over. Big dog=under
Grandmaster Sports Handicapper JoeDuffy says:Conclusion: not only does the sports betting oldwives tale prove to be false,...
Test furtherSo how about large point spread and a gamethat is expected to be either high or lowscoring—hence says the myth...
OffshoreInsiders.com
Betting expert concludes:Not, repeat not statistically significant, but theonly potential angle is to bet the underdog and...
Squares really look foolishThe grounds for this being my favorite myth within a myth is becauseI so often have heard squar...
OffshoreInsiders.com is always aboutthe facts
Joe Duffy concludesConclusion: the sample size is small, but theresults prove to be the polar opposite of“conventional log...
What do pro bettors learn?A good handicapper analyzes the side and totalas separate entities and the numbers justify why.F...
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Sports betting myths are exposed again. This is the slide show your bookmaker hopes you never see. Find out why.

This sports handicapping secret has to do with betting the side and total, but focuses on NFL hard-core facts to exploit a myth.

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  1. 1. If>Then Construct WithSides and TotalsDirect quote from square handicapper, “Ifyou’re a parlay type bettor that likes tobet the total and side of a game, here’s apiece of advice. If you bet on the favorite,take the over. If you like the underdog,take the under.”
  2. 2. The Square ToutContinues…“The logic behind this theory is simple. Forexample: when a team is favored by 7 points ormore with an over of 44.5, all you need is for theunderdog to get up ahead or stay in the game aslong as they can. Because the favorite is morelikely to catch up and put up some points on theboard, the percentage is good to cover the over.As for the dog, if they can keep the favorite offthe board, the percentage of the under and dogcovering is on your side.”
  3. 3. OffshoreInsiders.comprefers facts!
  4. 4. Grandmaster Handicapper Joe Duffy, CEO ofOffshoreInsiders.com concludesConclusion: admittedly the theory shows some scintilla ofpotential as the favorite and the under happened only 91.5as often as the underdog and the under. This is consistentwith the theory.But alas, the hypothesis falters as the underdog and theover proves to be more commonplace than the favoriteand the over, disproving “conventional logic.”Despite the above quote originating from a tout, personalexperience dictates the would-be expert buys ithook, line, and sinker with a large point spread.
  5. 5. Common square theory: if you like the bigfavorite, you must bet the over. Big dog=under
  6. 6. Grandmaster Sports Handicapper JoeDuffy says:Conclusion: not only does the sports betting oldwives tale prove to be false, but also the resultslean towards the opposite to be true.Counterintuitive, the underdog and the over arethe most likely outcome in an expected blowout.
  7. 7. Test furtherSo how about large point spread and a gamethat is expected to be either high or lowscoring—hence says the mythology, “controllingthe pace” becomes a prominent factor?
  8. 8. OffshoreInsiders.com
  9. 9. Betting expert concludes:Not, repeat not statistically significant, but theonly potential angle is to bet the underdog andover combo or parlay. Yet again, this is completerefutation of the gambling folklore.
  10. 10. Squares really look foolishThe grounds for this being my favorite myth within a myth is becauseI so often have heard squares whine of the trepidation of combininga large favorite with the under.The apprehensiveness originates from anxiety over the fact a flukeearly touchdown or two can relegate one into rooting for a split atbest.Example, if a point spread is (-14.5) with a total of 33.5, twotouchdowns by the underdog early can make the favorite/undercombination a mathematical impossibility.So what? In many mismatches, the underdog isn’t likely to scoremultiple times. A good handicapper monetizes these opportunities.
  11. 11. OffshoreInsiders.com is always aboutthe facts
  12. 12. Joe Duffy concludesConclusion: the sample size is small, but theresults prove to be the polar opposite of“conventional logic.”Unfortunately, it’s not an angle to directlymonetize, but rather disproving a myth that hascaused too many square players to bypasswinning handicapping picks in lieu of believingfabrication.
  13. 13. What do pro bettors learn?A good handicapper analyzes the side and totalas separate entities and the numbers justify why.Free sports picks, the most informative sportsbetting podcasts, and the top sportshandicappers are on the OffshoreInsiders.comNetwork.

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