Sports betting is loaded with unique terms, concepts, strategies and more, and can be very confusing for both new and experienced bettors. With this in mind, we’ve compiled a handful of articles from The Action Network’s team of analysts to help explain everything bettors need to know to expand their sports betting repertoires.
Here’s a crash course on the basics to help get new bettors up to speed before placing their first wagers.
Trust us, everyone makes mistakes betting on sports. We’ve listed the most common ones we see from recreational bettors so your sports betting can bypass similar growing pains.
Proper bankroll management is vital to not only maximizing winning streaks, but also weathering the rough patches as well.
Monitoring the real-time sports betting market is key for every winning sports bettor. Here’s what bettors need to know to not only track which lines are moving, but also dissecting why they’re moving.
Using The Action Network’s live odds and proprietary public betting data, bettors can fade the public and follow sharp action to pinpoint profitable wagering opportunities.
Knowing the differences between offshore sportsbooks is crucial when determining which sportsbooks are right for you.
Experienced sports bettors know and use these methods with regularity to gain an advantage over the long haul.
Using Bitcoin to deposit and withdraw from sportsbooks has both advantages and disadvantages all bettors need to know.
While we’d all rather our bets win than lose, sometimes the outcome of a bet doesn’t tell the whole story. Instead, sharp bettors tend to determine the quality of their bets by comparing them to the closing line.
Betting lines are not as predictive regarding the outcomes of sporting events as many on social media want you to believe.
Recreational bettors aren’t the only ones who love parlays — sportsbooks do too. This article reveals the numbers behind parlays that all bettors need to know.
Sports betting terminology is unique and can be intimidating for new bettors. Our glossary defines many of the terms commonly used across the sports-betting landscape.
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