Bet on Sports at Bet on MyBookie
  • Menu

  • Home

    by Published on 01-08-2022 09:14 PM  Number of Views: 10 

    Do you ever make money betting on sports? More and more sports fans are starting to add betting action on the games they love to watch. With this, more and more of these fans are quickly finding out that making money betting sports is not all that easy to do.

    Given the sportsbook industry’s standard 10% commission (juice) on losing bets, you need to be right 52.4% of the time as a breakeven point.

    This means that for every 10 sports wagers you place, you need to be right in at least 5.24 of those wagers. That can be a very tall task for the average player that has the tendency to bet with their heart as opposed with their head. Smarter bettors are understanding what it takes to make money betting on sports.

    Putting money on your favorite team because you want them to win is one of the easiest and quickest way to drain your betting account. You do not have to be an expert professional sports handicapper to improve your overall winning percentage.

    However, you need to identify the common pitfalls that lead to losing results for an average recreational sports bettor.
    by Published on 12-31-2021 10:21 AM  Number of Views: 72 
    Article Preview

    Happy New Years !!

    Ring In The New Year at AmericasBookie !

    Grab Your Bonus And Place A Wager
    by Published on 12-28-2021 07:14 PM  Number of Views: 80 

    Spend time grading your sports handicapping skills if you want to be a successful bettor. The holiday season provides both the end of one sports betting campaign and the start of another.

    You cannot change your overall results for the past year.

    However, you can learn from them.

    There are always new and different angles you can take to improve your overall return on investment betting on sports.

    The best way to start the evaluation process is to give yourself an honest and accurate overall grade. There is no grading curve for this class, so if you lost money for the year, you failed.

    No sports fan bets on the games to lose money. You could always chalk these losses up to an entertainment fee. However, that does not take the sting out of a sports betting bankroll that is in the red.

    Evaluating your performance needs to be both quantitative and qualitative in nature. Winning or losing money over the long-haul is the basic quantitative measure. Knowing where and how you won or lost money starts to move into the realm of a qualitative measurement.

    Your Results Do Not Lie

    Whether you work with a single online sportsbook or multiple sites. Your online betting history for the past year can provide a very clear picture when summarizing your results.

    Maybe you made money betting the NFL but lost your shirt betting other sports. Perhaps your point spread bets were well over the 52.4% breakeven point while your total line bets drained your bankroll.

    It is almost next to impossible to improve your sports handicapping skills if you do not understand all of your particular strengths and weaknesses. These become almost crystal clear when compared with detailed performance records.
    Sports Betting Strategy

    Another important qualitative measure is your overall sports betting strategy. Too many recreational sports bettors become painfully predictable with their wagers on sports.

    For example, if you bet the same exact amount of money on every bet you place, that does not help maximize your return. Professional sports handicappers will release a unit play along with each betting selection.

    The amount of that betting unit has no bearing on this particular strategy. It simply has to be realistically in line with your overall sports betting bankroll of discretionary funds.

    The unit itself is tied to the level of confidence in that bet. The higher the confidence the higher the unit total. For example, a seven or eight unit play reflects a very high level of confidence in that bet. Betting three or four units would be in line with an average level of confidence.

    Sometimes the Bet You Don’t Make is Your Best Bet

    Going hand-in-hand with the unit betting system is the idea of walking away from a game. Betting any game just because you want some action on it is not productive to your overall strategy.

    Pros will walk away from a game if they do not get the betting line or odds they are looking for.

    The primary goal is to place sports bets where you already have a good deal of confidence in predicting the actual result. Doing this will make grading your sports handicapping skills much easier. Adding extra units to that play needs to be a discretionary tactic due to the added financial risk.

    Use a Common-Sense Approach

    The best way to improve a poor grade this year is to adopt a common-sense approach to betting on sports next year.

    Do not take unnecessary risks such as 10-team parlay plays. Look at developing a prop betting strategy.

    Never let outside noise add bias to your picks. Follow the advice and tips from handicapping pros when formulating your sports betting strategy. Do your homework with the use of up-to-date injury reports, relevant sports stats and useful betting trends.
    by Published on 12-22-2021 03:43 PM
    Article Preview

    Do You Always Expect the Perfect Line?

    All bettors have used gambling lines at least once while wagering. ...
    by Published on 12-20-2021 04:01 AM  Number of Views: 105 

    When Old Dominion was wallowing with a 1-6 record in mid-October, losing eight or more games seemed much more likely than securing a bowl berth.

    But the Monarchs stunningly turned their season around with five straight wins, and their reward is a date with Tulsa on Monday in the Myrtle Beach Bowl in Conway, S.C.

    Things looked bleak when Old Dominion was routed 43-20 by Western Kentucky on Oct. 16. But the Monarchs of Conference USA won three games by 14 or more points during their hot streak.

    Old Dominion (6-6) now plays in a bowl game for the second time since becoming an FBS program in 2013. The first was a 24-20 win over Eastern Michigan in the 2016 Bahamas Bowl.
    "I love our story. I love this season. It's the most fun season I've ever been a part of," Monarchs coach Ricky Rahne said. "The kids never changed, never blinked. They believed in our coaching staff; our coaching staff believed."

    The Golden Hurricane (6-6) also finished strong to land a bowl berth, winning their last three games by a cumulative 98-54.

    Tulsa played a tough schedule that includes road losses to three teams that were in College Football Playoff contention -- Cincinnati, Ohio State and Oklahoma State. In the second game of the season, the Golden Hurricane led the Cowboys in the fourth quarter before falling 28-23 in Stillwater.

    Tulsa was 1-4 after it was steamrolled 45-10 by Houston on Oct. 1. More than a month later, the 28-20 loss to CFP-bound Cincinnati left the Golden Hurricane with a 3-6 mark -- but they rattled off wins over fellow American Athletic Conference foes Tulane, Temple and SMU to earn the bowl invitation.

    "We take it one game at a time, and every game that we get to play with each other is something big," said Tulsa receiver Josh Johnson, who has 75 receptions for 985 yards and five touchdowns this season.

    Golden Hurricane running back Shamari Brooks (3,622 career yards) needs 30 yards to surpass Tarrion Adams (2005-08) and move into second place in school history.

    The defense is led by defensive tackle Jaxon Player, who has 13.5 tackles for loss.

    "We worked all year to get here, so why not go out with a bang?" Player said. "We've been through a long season. Going 6-6 is rough, but we made it here. I want to enjoy the fruits of my labor."

    The Golden Hurricane, who are 10-12 in bowl games, will try to slow down a trio of strong Old Dominion offensive players.

    Running back Blake Watson (1,035 rushing yards) topped 100 on the ground six times, Zack Kuntz (71 catches for 674 yards and five scores) ranks second nationally in catches by a tight end, and receiver Ali Jennings III is eight yards shy of reaching 1,000.

    Linebacker Jordan Young has a team-high 83 tackles for the Monarchs, who are now bullish on their abilities.

    "We grew in some confidence, I would say," Rahne said of the late-season stretch. "But in terms of our toughness and ability to compete, no, this team has shown me that from Day 1."

    by Published on 12-14-2021 10:25 PM  Number of Views: 31 


    Dec. 17

    Bahamas Bowl: Middle Tennessee vs. Toledo

    Cure Bowl: Northern Illinois vs. Coastal Carolina

    Dec. 18

    Boca Raton Bowl: Western Kentucky vs. Appalachian State

    Celebration Bowl: South Carolina State vs. Jackson State

    New Mexico Bowl: UTEP vs. Fresno State

    Independence Bowl: UAB vs. (13) BYU

    LendingTree Bowl: Eastern Michigan vs. Liberty

    L.A. Bowl: Utah State vs. Oregon State

    New Orleans Bowl: (23) Louisiana vs. Marshall

    Dec. 20

    Myrtle Beach Bowl: Tulsa vs. Old Dominion

    Dec. 21

    Famous Idaho Potato Bowl: Kent State vs. Wyoming

    Frisco Bowl: UTSA vs. (24) San Diego State

    Dec. 22

    Armed Forces Bowl: Missouri vs. Army

    Dec. 23

    Frisco Football Classic: Miami (OH) vs. North Texas

    Gasparilla Bowl: UCF vs. Florida

    Dec. 24

    Hawaii Bowl: Memphis vs. Hawaii

    Dec. 25

    Camellia Bowl: Georgia State vs. Ball State

    Dec. 27

    Quick Lane Bowl: Western Michigan vs. Nevada

    Military Bowl: Boston College vs. East Carolina

    Dec. 28

    Birmingham Bowl: (20) Houston vs. Auburn

    First Responder Bowl: Air Force vs. Louisville

    Holiday Bowl: UCLA vs. (18) NC State

    Liberty Bowl: Mississippi State vs. Texas Tech

    Guaranteed Rate Bowl: West Virginia vs. Minnesota

    Dec. 29

    Fenway Bowl: SMU vs. Virginia

    Pinstripe Bowl: Maryland vs. Virginia Tech

    Cheez-It Bowl: (19) Clemson vs. Iowa State

    Alamo Bowl: (14) Oregon vs. (16) Oklahoma

    Dec. 30

    Duke's Mayo Bowl: North Carolina vs. South Carolina

    Music City Bowl: Tennessee vs. Purdue

    Las Vegas Bowl: Wisconsin vs. Arizona State

    Peach Bowl: (10) Michigan State vs. (12) Pittsburgh

    Dec. 31

    Gator Bowl: (17) Wake Forest vs. (25) Texas A&M

    Arizona Bowl: Central Michigan vs. Boise State

    Sun Bowl: Washington State vs. Miami (FL)

    Cotton Bowl: (1) Alabama vs. (4) Cincinnati

    Orange Bowl: (2) Michigan vs. (3) Georgia

    Jan. 1

    Outback Bowl: Penn State vs. (21) Arkansas

    Citrus Bowl: (15) Iowa vs. (22) Kentucky

    Sugar Bowl: (7) Baylor vs. (8) Ole Miss

    Rose Bowl: (6) Ohio State vs. (11) Utah

    Fiesta Bowl: (5) Notre Dame vs. (9) Oklahoma State

    Jan. 4

    Texas Bowl: Kansas State vs. LSU

    by Published on 12-13-2021 12:02 AM  Number of Views: 135 

    With today’s advances in online sports betting technology along with highly sophisticated software solutions, it has never been easier to ]shop for the best betting lines. There are any number of popular betting sites that post a comparison across several online betting sites.

    If Book A is offering -135 odds on the favorite in a money line bet, nine times out of 10, America’s Bookie with have odds of -130 or even -125. The same comparison holds true for betting money line underdogs. If you can get +115 odds at Book A or Book B, you can probably place that same bet at +120 or +125 odds at America’s Bookie.

    100% up to $3000

    Copyright© 1998-2014 J Wooden Corporation, Inc
    US CITIZENS PLEASE NOTE: The information contained in this site is for news and entertainment purposes only.
    Any use of this information in violation of any federal, state, or local law(s) is prohibited.

    Disclaimer   DMCA Notice