Archive for November, 2010

  • Happy Birthday Sportpunter
    Sportpunter is turning 9! That’s nine years of successful predictions and great sports betting profits. We’ve come a long way since the early days of tennis and cricket on the Swinburne website, and are now giving predictions for more sports than ever. It may be tough for new people to keep up with all the predictions that we give, so we are going to give away a tip...
    by at November 30th, 2010 at 02:11 pm
  • Sportpunter and Facebook
    Just letting you know that Sportpunter has just started their own facebook webpage where you can be notified whenever a new article is released, or other important gambling information. The link is here: Make sure you “like” the sportpunter page, and feel free to post any comments or suggestions.
    by at November 23rd, 2010 at 11:11 am
  • Minimum Overlay in College Basketball
    With college basketball starting strong we thought we’d do some analysis on the college basketball since we started posting predictions way back in 2003. Since then, there have been a few years that have been haphazard, but more recently all bets have been recorded. Shown below is in the minimum overlays for betting the totals for NCAAB, both in total, as well as separated...
    by at November 22nd, 2010 at 02:11 pm
  • NCAA – College Basketball season starts
    Sportpunter’s model for the College Basketball in America is giving predictions away for free again this year. Previous years has seen great results, especially with totals betting. With 600 to 1000 bets a year, theres plenty of turnover available, despite the fact that any one bet has to be relatively small. Profits have been good with 8.3% ROI being made over the...
    by at November 16th, 2010 at 10:11 am
  • A bit more NBA analysis
    Shown below is a bit more NBA analysis with regards to line betting for away and home teams. This is the models suggested bets over the past few years. “AwayLine” refers to betting on the away team at the following line (the line for the away team), whilst “HomeLine” refers to betting on the home team at the line (the away line). Confusing yes,...
    by at November 15th, 2010 at 12:11 pm