The Fall Classic has been just that so far as the 107 win Astros and the underdog Phillies seem destined to go the distance. No matter who comes out on top, baseball closes shop until next Spring. But you won’t see any tears shed here as the goodbye to baseball means it’s time to say hello to a sport that fills the board (and my heart) with joy.
For the past decade plus, no sport has treated me and my bankroll better than college basketball. Every year, the NCAAB season offers some of the best betting action on the market and the word I love more than any other – volume, volume, volume.
There are over 350 Division 1 teams. This means around 50 games on a given night and close to 150 games on the weekends. More games means the more edges there are to hunt down every night throughout the season. This also means more of my favorite smaller market/under the radar games. The same principles that lead to our yearly success in FCS college football apply on a nightly basis in NCAAB. Less information for the bookmakers to set the number means looser lines and when we find those advantages, we pounce. With 350 teams, how much time can a book spend setting the Loyola Chicago v. Fairfield line? Always keep your eye out for our small market games, especially early in the season.
Sports Betting Picks Weekly Recap
On the gridiron, the first College Football Playoff rankings came out with Tennessee, Ohio State, Georgia and Clemson holding the top 4 spots. That will be sure to change as Tennessee travels Georgia in the biggest game of the NCAA Football season to date. Michigan and Alabama are currently on the outside looking in as the playoff field stays at 4 for maybe the final year. Last week we stumbled through a rocky road, finishing 4-5-1 (-1.2 units) on NCAAF.
In the NFL, the Bills and Eagles continue to fly higher than the rest of the league. These two are the favorites to face each other in this years Super Bowl, but as you know NFL stands for Not For Long! So much can change between now and the Playoffs. As we approach the half way point of the regular season, we are hitting at a 59% win rate with total profits at +18.1 units. Last week was an unremarkable 9-8 (+.2 units.)
The NBA season began in full with the Milwaukee Bucks and Phoenix Suns sitting at the top of their respective conferences. Krackwins started off slow, going 3-4 (-.7 units) on its NBA plays last week. We continue to strike the Daily Player Props market to find totals with an advantage.
Overall, KrackWins went 16-17 (-1.7 units) for the week. Our loyal subscribers understand this grind and how betting for a profit long term works. If you are new to this whole world remember that sports betting for a profit is a marathon and not a sprint. With college basketball starting in a few days, it’s important to follow our bankroll scale and do not over bet. We will have hundreds of opportunities for +Expected Value plays in these next few months. Buckle in because the full grind is here!