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Sharps use these 5 hidden MLB World Series betting strategies

Sharps use these 5 hidden MLB betting strategiesThe MLB World series is among the most popular time of year for baseball handicappers, bettors, investors, and the online sportsbooks.

It’s a common trend to see baseball bettors and investors pull our the big bankrolls during the final series than any time throughout the season. And of course, the recreational bettors and public money are drawn into betting on the World Series for the obvious hype the media propagate to the public and fans.

Its typical to see recreational bettors make the most common mistakes in betting baseball this time of season, and yet the Sharps experienced baseball bettors understand this added attention and media hype creates advantageous betting opportunities to take major profit off the table.

In this post we’ll introduce you to 5 hidden betting strategies Sharps, investors and experiences handicappers use to profit from betting on the MLB playoffs and World Series. Though before you read this post, consider the 3 tips for betting MLB playoffs, versus regular seasons. Read more

3 tips to betting MLB playoffs

3 tips for betting MLB playoffs, versus regular season

3 tips to betting MLB playoffsIf you’ve invested or bet on MLB over the years on both the regular baseball season and playoffs, you’ve likely seen how the MLB playoffs are a much different beast than the regular season, and how an adjustment to your betting strategy and MLB playoff picks is required to adjust for the change in temperament.

1. Regular Season Track Record

Check the history and you’ll find the importance of how team health and their momentum have played well into the playoff series. For example, in the last decade, teams with the better record have had the advantage in the World Series.

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MLB run lines betting tips

Handicapping baseball? Betting on MLB runlinesMLB baseball offers baseball bettors and expert handicappers more opportunities to wager on their MLB picks than any other sports as NFL or NBA due to is long season. This creates good investment opportunities for the avid sports bettor and expert handicappers as there are more options to find great value in MLB odds, as well as big trends in the statistics such as hot streaks.

The run line is not as common in MLB betting as the other betting opportunities, but for those who use it will try to get an extra run or lay off an extra run depending on the game situations. Expert MLB handicappers will look for this in their recommended baseball betting strategies, however more often than not alternate run lines are still preferred by most people betting on MLB and still prefer using only +1.5 and -1.5 run lines.

Never heard of MLB run line betting? Lets do a quick run through. MLB run line betting is populate among online sports bettors as they find it can be a lucrative and entertaining baseball betting strategy. To best understand why MLB run lines can create good investing opportunities you first need to understand the basics behind it. MLB run line betting is simply about selecting a team and predicting their performance. Read more

MLB handicappers betting strategies and doubleheaders

Handicapping MLB on doubleheaders

MLB handicappers betting strategies and doubleheaders The MLB league understands the distaste among ball players of doubleheaders, and a love for them by sports fans. But for gamblers betting on MLB, there is a growing appreciation for MLB doubleheaders. And for a specific group of MLB bettors and expert handicappers, they view investing on MLB doubleheaders as progressive wagering.

Progressive wagering on MLB is one of many MLB betting strategies that allow baseball bettors to keep increasing the size of their investment or bet even when facing losses. If you win once, your ‘chase’  can result in huge benefits. Expert MLB handicappers understand this and look for these doubleheader opportunities for specific teams where they see an advantage with the underdog or the favorite.

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