Making money betting on sports is a very difficult proposition. Bookmakers have some of the sharpest minds and they must be on point each and every day because the entire world wants to exploit any weakness we can find. Their job is release odds they feel will move the public perception one way or another. Our job is to have a system in place that will help determine which lines are poorly priced and provide us with an angle.
A sports betting system can be as simple as taking any college football team listed as a home underdog on a Friday night. Road favorites can be like kryptonite to some bettors. The fan atmosphere can play a significant advantage in college sports and when certain schools get the national spotlight all to themselves it can mean bettors cashing tickets on the home underdog.
An example of a slightly more complex sports betting trigger would be to place a wager on any home college football team that is an underdog hosting a heavy favorite the week before a top ranked, nationally televised game. This is sometimes referred to as a trap game. You could have a top ranked team coming off a thrilling, emotional victory. The top ranked team hits the road to face a big underdog, a game which the top ranked team should easily win. However, the schedule has them facing another big time program the following week. A more complex system will trigger this matchup and indicate you should take the home underdog when getting +10 or more points. This could be a trap game and while the majority of the public likes the heavy favorite, sharps will look ahead and see the numbers favor the home underdog.
Our sports betting system features simple and complex strategies, such as the above, but this is only the tip of the iceberg. The framework for our system was created by my father, Teddy Vintage, over 30 years ago. Considering the advancements in technology and software I have fine tuned it to allow for a much quicker query response. No more manual research filtering through notes and trends.
Our system follows live odds of over 30 sportsbooks. We have triggers set up for steam moves which indicate a sudden influx of money moving in across the sports betting marketplace. Often times this sudden betting trigger means betting syndicates, organized by sharps, are making their move on a spread, total etc. Being sharp bettors ourselves, we understand that sometimes the steam moves are simply to get those following such movements to bet their side. What happens next is that once the sharps have manipulated the public to a number in their favor, they “buy-back” even bigger. This simply means they wager an even larger amount on the opposite pick leaving the public scratching their heads and holding a losing ticket. Our system is sophisticated enough to track this movement and understand where the money is coming from and whether or not it's just a false front.
Betting trends, value ratings, steam moves, key injuries, referees and umpires, home/away, weather conditions, home-away splits and situational splits all play a pivotal role into our pick making decision. Our system is comprised of data that the squares simply don't have the time to crunch. I release only picks against the spread and total - spead plays and total plays. I don't see the value in offering my clients exotic teasers. You must stick to the bets that give you the best chances of winning on a consistent basis.
Real time odds from 30+ sportsbooks
Betting trends from the top 5 sportsbooks
Data-driven plays backed by years of analysis
Injury database and weather outlook and alerts
Betting percentages for spread, total and money line for each team we bet
Line move predictions based on steam moves
30+ years of research, trends and predictions that have made TeddyVintage.com the top choice among smart sports bettors
|01/19/2016||NCAAB||Northwestern @ Maryland||Northwestern +13 (-106)||1||Win||+$100|
|01/19/2016||NCAAB||South Carolina @ Mississippi||Mississippi +1 (-110)||1||Loss||-$110|
|01/19/2016||NCAAB||Butler @ Providence||Butler +1.5 (-110)||1||Loss||-$110|
|01/18/2016||NCAAB||Oklahoma @ Iowa State||Oklahoma +2 (-106)||1||Loss||-$106|
|01/18/2016||NCAAB||Texas Tech @ TCU||Texas Tech -2.5 (-109)||1||Win||+$100|
|01/17/2016||NCAAB||Oregon @ Colorado||Oregon -1 (-106)||1||Loss||-$106|
|01/17/2016||NCAAB||Virginia @ Florida State||Virginia -4 (-106)||1||Loss||-$106|
|01/16/2016||NCAAB||Seton Hall @ Providence||Seton Hall +6 (-106)||1||Win||+$100|
|01/16/2016||NCAAB||Iowa State @ Kansas State||Iowa State -1 (-106)||1||Win||+$100|
|01/16/2016||NCAAB||West Virginia @ Oklahoma||Oklahoma -6 (-115)||1||Loss||-$115|
|01/16/2016||NCAAB||Baylor @ Texas Tech||Baylor -2.5 (-106)||1||Win||+$100|
|01/16/2016||NCAAB||Nebraska @ Illinois||Illinois -3.5 (-115)||1||Loss||-$115|
|01/15/2016||NCAAB||Evansville @ Illinois State||Evansville -4 (-106)||1||Win||+$100|
|01/15/2016||NCAAB||George Washington @ Dayton||George Washington +5 (-106)||1||Loss||-$106|
|01/14/2016||NCAAB||California @ Stanford||California -3.5 (-106)||1||Loss||-$106|
|01/14/2016||NCAAB||Oregon @ Utah U||Oregon +4.5 (-106)||1||Win||+$100|
|01/14/2016||NCAAB||Pittsburgh @ Louisville||Louisville -7 (-115)||1||Win||+$100|
|01/13/2016||NCAAB||Oregon State @ Colorado||Oregon State +4.5 (-106)||1||Loss||-$106|
|01/13/2016||NCAAB||USC @ UCLA||UCLA -1.5 (-110)||1||Loss||-$110|
|01/13/2016||NCAAB||Georgia Tech @ Notre Dame||Notre Dame -6 (-105)||1||Win||+$100|
|01/13/2016||NCAAB||Northern Iowa @ Indiana State||Northern Iowa -1.5 (-102)||1||Loss||-$102|
|01/12/2016||NCAAB||New Mexico @ UNLV||New Mexico +6 (-109)||1||Loss||-$109|
|01/12/2016||NCAAB||Wisconsin @ Northwestern||Northwestern -1.5 (-110)||1||Win||+$100|
|01/12/2016||NCAAB||Kansas @ West Virginia||Kansas -1 (-106)||1||Loss||-$106|
|01/12/2016||NCAAB||Miami Florida @ Virginia||Miami Florida +4 (-106)||1||Loss||-$106|
|01/10/2016||NCAAB||Villanova @ Butler||Butler +4 (-110)||1||Loss||-$110|
|01/10/2016||NCAAB||Purdue Boilermakers @ Illinois Fighting Illini||Illinois Fighting Illini +9.5 (-110)||1||Win||+$100|
|01/09/2016||NCAAB||Pittsburgh @ Notre Dame||Notre Dame -5 (-110)||1||Loss||-$110|
|01/09/2016||NCAAB||Washington U @ Washington State||Washington State -1.5 (-110)||1||Loss||-$110|
|01/09/2016||NCAAB||Creighton @ Seton Hall||Seton Hall -5 (-110)||1||Loss||-$110|