Jan

18

I came across a good article from Chris Maloney listing ten rules for
betting with a bookie.  Substitute a few words and the list could be
referring to discipline in trading.  

Charles Pennington comments:

From Rule 3:

"There is probably no better bet in sports than playing an underdog at home," Moseman says. "Teams play inspired ball at home. Slim underdogs regularly win outright. Big underdogs often find ways to cover the spread and they rarely give up toward the end of a game in front of the home crowd."

Are the sports betting markets so slow moving and dumb that you can make money doing something as simple as this?


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