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Best NBA Bets Cheat Sheet: +EV NBA Plays for Today
On the other hand, FanDuel is the only +EV option for the Jazz-Timberwolves under, as the OddsShopper True Odds are -115. No other book has this total of 222.5 at lower than -120 odds.
Arbitrage betting in sports is taking advantage of line discrepancies between bookmakers and betting all potential outcomes at different sportsbooks. Regardless of the result, these bets are guaranteed to be profitable since the payout for winning on either side of the bet exceeds the total amount wagered. This bet pays out $16.95 on a $1,000 bet.
The Free Bet Converter is similar to the Arbitrage Betting tool, only the Free Bet Converter guarantees profitability by specifically targeting sportsbook bonus bets. With today’s play, we will take the Pistons moneyline at ESPNBet (+700), then place a 6.333x bet on the Knicks moneyline at DraftKings (-950). This will lead to a profit of $6.67 on a $10 initial bet. For a full explanation of this process, check out our breakdown here.
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