Twins vs. Astros MLB Betting Odds, Predictions: All Systems Say Go on Historically Profitable Moneyline Bet (Tuesday, Aug. 23)
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Twins vs. Astros Odds
|Over/Under||7.5 (-115 / -105)|
|Date||Tuesday, Aug. 23|
|Time||8:10 p.m. ET|
*Odds via FanDuel as of Monday afternoon
A rare five-bagger is lighting up for this game’s moneyline, and a solid one-fourth of the Action Network’s staff is rocking with that same line tonight.
Five signals indicate that sharp, big moneyed and expert bettors are all aligned on this pick.
In addition, the Action Network’s betting algorithms and a historically profitable betting system developed in-house are rolling with the same line.
It’s a rare instance where all the stars line up and indicate true value on something in the market.
The historically profitable betting system accumulates data since 2005 and has returned a very solid 10% on investment since then.
If you had bet $100 on each game that has fit that betting trend since 2005, you’d be up about $14,000. That’s roughly $800 per year.
And this is over a massive sample size: 1,400+ games over the last 17 odd seasons.
The betting system incorporates public tracking data also proprietary to the Action Network. The philosophy behind the algorithm is simple: fade retail bettors on unpopular teams.
We don’t recommend using this betting algorithm as an alternative to investing — variance is a much sturdier constraint in sports gambling compared to the financial markets — but similar principles apply in regards to gains over a long time horizon and sample size.
As far as our algorithms go, there’s 4% in expected value on the same side of the moneyline as well.