Direct from Las Vegas, WagerTalk TV host Marco D’Angelo (@MarcoInVegas) and Bryan Leonard (@BLeonardSports) share handicapping tips when betting baseball on the infamous “Terrible Tuesdays”.
Direct from Las Vegas, WagerTalk TV host Marco D’Angelo (@MarcoInVegas) and Bryan Leonard (@BLeonardSports) go over how to handicap bullpens.
Direct from Las Vegas, WagerTalk TV host Marco D’Angelo (@MarcoInVegas) and Sports Cheetah (@SportsCheetah) answer questions on sports handicapping from Twitter. Have a question for the show? Just need to follow and tweet to @SportsCheetah!
Q: How much should I bet on each game?
3 key factors to improve your MLB over/under predictions
Oskeim Sports believes that the optimal bet size for a wager is predicated upon the projected edge for said bet. Over the course of a season, there will be a certain number of games that dictate larger investments based upon the confluence of handicapping angles. While a vast majority of professional sports bettors risk 1% to 2% of their bankroll per game, almost all successful bettors are willing to risk upwards of 4% of their bankroll when they determine the edge dictates such an investment. The key is to find a professional sports handicappers like the ones at WagerTalk who possess the skills and resources required to recognize when an investment is worthy of your hard-earned money.
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