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I have lots for dogs, can't find a viable system for favorites.

asked 04 Apr, 07:05

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For all of your betting system needs you should check out the Bet Labs Think Tank. I have recently shared a system entitled, "Bad Home Favorites Following Win, Against Public" that you may find interesting. It basically looks at favorites with sub .500 records that are receiving less than 35% of moneyline bets, following a win in their previous game. This season it's just 0-1, but historically it has an ROI of 17%.

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answered 05 Apr, 17:43

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I do, and have posted several systems. My problem with systems that rely on bet percentages is that you really have to wait until just before first pitch. Many times that isn't feasible. A team may have the proper bet percentages early, but just before game time which is when a lot of the public bets, the numbers may fall out of a play. It happens often with hockey, where plays become no plays the closer you get to opening face off.

I was curious if anyone had a favorites angle that didn't rely on bet percentages. I have one, am looking for others.

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