What is a sports betting system?
Betting systems rely on past data and information from a sport or league in order to find and exploit lines or odds that are poorly priced by the oddsmakers and sportsbooks. Sports betting systems can use many different factors including statistical, psychological, situational, motivational, or a combination of any of the above to combine with past performances to support picking one outcome over another in a game. Certain events that favor an outcome are called angles, and sports betting systems usually combine different angles to provide a higher chance of winning selections.
"Bet any NBA home underdog of 6 points or greater that are coming off of a road win."
This is a simple Sports Betting System that includes looking for an NBA team which is an underdog on the point spread by 6 or more points, who are coming off of a win on the road. I created this “system” off the top of my head, but it gives you an example of what a simple sports betting system may look like. Betting systems can get extremely complicated, and some even include obscure factors that you wouldn’t normally think of. If the system proves a winning track record it is always worth a look.