Did you know that most of the results of sports can be forecast mathematically? Its true! With the right data and numbers you can predict the outcomes of sporting events and step-up your profitability odds.
The easiest way to analyze the outcome of a game:
1. Multiple regressions. The stronger the historical info you have the more accurate your results will be. You will never be able to call a game within 100% of accuracy because there will always be undetermined agents, but if you have the right info you are surely able to anticipate the game like the pros.
Historical data you need to know to apply multiple regressions is: Wins, Losses, Win to Lose ratio, home game record, away game record, past ten game outcomes, win/loss streaks, injuries, team changes (new coach, loss of important player, etc.)
2. Statistical Anomalies. These are deviations from the common rule and give you a competitive advantage. You may be surprised to know that most scores in a football game happen only in the 3 and 7 point markers? Of course there are always missed extra points, safeties and conversions, but when compared to all points scored, they only account for a minor percentage. This point statistical distribution factor opens up the possibility of statistical anomalies.
To find anomalies you need to cautiously review players and team statistics. You should also know significant factors such as: injuries, does the team tend to win more in indoor or outdoor sports stadiums, weather (for outdoor games), what atmospheric conditions is the team used to playing in, etc.. You can also look for anomalies based off of public opinion and team psyche.
A professional sports gambler must be more concerned with profit than establishing a high winning percentage. It is virtually impossible for a sports gambler to successfully attain both. To focus on profits a pro will apply all of his knowledge as often as possible which may lower his winning percentage but it will more often than not increase his overall earnings instead of keeping his bets for periodic bets with higher win potential but not as much payout that may arise.
When formulating your wagering system the number one rule you should remember is remain disciplined. Do not change your system because you are on a winning or losing streak, this will increase your risk in every bet and place your bankroll in jeopardy. If you are on a losing streak then reevaluate your strategy and learn from your errors. If you are on a winning streak and bet bigger you will risk losing bigger as well.