Archive for the ‘Gambling Blog’

  • Check out
    Go check out I do a lot of the database analysis and ratings for players and the like. Check out player ratings for NBA, NCAAB, Tennis and other sports.These are updated daily and are a great source of betting analysis and data to improve your betting. Get the Sportpunter inside player data analysis at
    by at February 25th, 2021 at 11:02 am
  • Selling on DailyProfit
    It’s been a while since we’ve updated this page. In case you hadn’t realised, I have stopped selling my tips on Sportpunter after many many years of doing so. But that doesn’t mean that you still can’t get hold of them. I been selling them of late through dailyprofit’s website. So you can get the same great tips for AFL, NRL, NBA...
    by at July 27th, 2020 at 03:07 pm
  • Sportpunter Baseball 2016
    The MLB, American Baseball season is fast drawing to a start and this year Sportpunter are going to be doing something a little different. We will be giving away the predictions for free. For the first week, predictions will be free of charge, and to get them, you just need to sign up a little form from our main baseball webpage here: And...
    by at March 30th, 2016 at 01:03 pm
  • NBL 2015/16 season set to start
    Not only is NHL starting this Wednesday but so is NBL. NBL is the Australian Basketball league, and we have been predicting for this league since 2006. Our records show that we have made a 3.6% ROI from 867 bets betting h2h, and 9.9% ROI betting totals from 791 bets. Handicap betting has made 10.7% ROI in the last 4 years. Predictions are given out at the latest at 5.30pm...
    by at October 8th, 2015 at 02:10 pm
  • Australia and Off Shore Bookmakers
    Gustov Johansson from Sweden doesn’t mind a bet. He reckons that Norrköping are a sure thing against Helsingborg in the Sweedish Allsvenskan soccer league. So he decides to make a $100 bet at Crownbet, an Australian owned and located company. Unfortunately, his bet wasn’t successful and he losses the $100 after Helsingborg went on a goal kicking rampage. “Jävla”...
    by at September 11th, 2015 at 08:09 am
  • Australia to change Interactive Gambling Act
    The Australian Interactive Gambling Act that was passed in 2001 by then Prime Minister John Howard is in dire need of an update. The Act was created before smartphones were common place, and when the internet was in its infancy. In play gambling was determined to be illegal, unless one rang up the bookmaker. Seems like a strange rule indeed, but one of the reasons why...
    by at September 4th, 2015 at 09:09 am
  • NHL records very low scoring totals in March 2015
    With NHL teams getting less and less power plays, the total number of goals has decreased dramatically this month. The average number of goals per match this month has been 5.20 which is the equal second lowest since 1989, after 5.17 was averaged in 2002 and 5.2 in 1998. We’ve previously talked about how the number of goals per year has been a decreasing trend, as well...
    by at March 27th, 2015 at 02:03 pm
  • NRL Season 2015 starts this weekend
    The NRL season 2015 starts this Thursday, and if last years results are anything to go by, you should sign up. 2014, saw Sportpunter completely upgrade our model and have a player based approach. This especially helped during origin times, and most definitely increased the profits across the board. H2h betting was once again as per normal the standout, making 10.9% ROI...
    by at March 3rd, 2015 at 10:03 am
  • Pinnacle Sports sold and their future
    It appears that PinnacleSports has been sold to undisclosed buyers. Whilst rumours are going around that it is a Las Vegas firm, evidence suggests a UK or Ireland company. And this makes perfect sense. It wasn’t long ago that Pinnacle had to close its doors to all UK customers, and hence would have lost a big chunk of their turnover. Perhaps it’s only a matter of time...
    by at February 24th, 2015 at 02:02 pm
  • How to determine the optimal Kelly fraction
    As we have discussed previously, the Kelly criterion is mathematically the optimal method of money management when betting. It takes into consideration the probability, and the odds in working out what percentage of your bank one should bet. The higher the overlay (advantage that you have over the bookmaker) and the shorter the odds, the larger the bet size. Whilst the...
    by at November 10th, 2014 at 10:11 am