BASEBALL FAVORITE BETTING STRATEGY:
It is no secret that many novice gamblers start their way in betting precisely with bets on favorites. In every sport there are clubs that can only win with their name – for example, Barcelona or Bayern.
Bookmakers are also not lagging behind and, as a rule, give underestimated odds for the favorites to win. The situation in baseball is similar, with the only difference that the game is so unpredictable, the situation on the field can change in seconds.
According to statistics, even MLB outsiders lose no more than 60% of their matches – which means they win 40%. Together with understated odds, the strategy of betting on the favorite in baseball at a distance can lead to a deep minus.
BASEBALL SERIES BETTING
Among the privateers of previous years, it was fashionable to bet on the series’ catch-up – for example, a team cannot win to lose a certain number of games in a row. And they began to catch up with the opposite event.
In baseball, unfortunately, this tactic also may not bring dividends – the number of games is huge, the value of each one is not high + a lot of related factors that strongly influence the balance of power.
Therefore, many have turned their attention to betting on underdogs (i.e. outsiders).
Outsider bets are also divided into types. But one thing is important everywhere – just bet and be in the black won’t work. It is necessary to single out the conditions under which the choice of the team for the bet will be made.
STRATEGY FOR TOTAL RUNS IN THE FIRST HALF
The origins of this strategy lie in the previous strategy. Only betting is offered on the Total Runs in the inning less than 0.5 Coefficient from 1.7 to 2.00.
There is a slight subtlety here – if the bet does not win in the first inning, then you need to bet on the next inning. But the coefficient with each next inning on Total becomes smaller, which makes the use of progressive financial strategies not attractive.
STRATEGY ON TOTAL LESS
This strategy is based not only on the analysis of the pitcher conducting the game, but also on the analysis of the site on which the game will take place.
It is known that baseball courts differ from each other in size, as well as in some other specific parameters, such as, for example, the wind rose. We can single out the sites that favor protection better. If a strong pitcher takes part in the game, then it makes sense to play for Total less.