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    by Published on 04-07-2020 07:59 PM  Number of Views: 2994 

    The US along with the rest of the world is bracing for the worse of the current coronavirus outbreak in the next few weeks. Drastic measures have been put into place to slow down the spread but the only true resolution of this crisis is to let it run its course.

    Just about every single business and industry has been negatively impacted by this deadly virus. One of the first and biggest impacts was on the world of sports. All the major sporting leagues on a global scale ceased operations in mid-March when the early impacts of COVID-19 were first being felt.

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    As it stands, the NBA and NHL season remain on hold as league officials try and plan out a scenario to complete the current season. The new MLB season never even got of the ground and now there are rumblings of how the NFL 2020 season may be impacted this coming fall. Right now, it remains anyone’s guess as to how long sports and sporting events will remain on the shelf.

    Optimism for a quick resolution is pretty much gone. A week or so back, you could find betting props at online sportsbooks covering this issue. The start of NBA, NHL and MLB games before June 1 had rather long odds posted at the end of March. The betting odds for games before July 1 still favored NO but to a much lesser extent. At that time, all three major sports leagues appeared to be on-track to resuming play sometime in July. Even that timeframe could be in jeopardy according to many of the health experts reporting on the progress towards a return to normalcy.

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    The biggest game in town this April for avid sports bettors is the 2020 NFL Draft. It will proceed in a virtual formant from Thursday, April 23 through Saturday, April 25 with a full seven rounds. The online sports bookie are making the most of the situation with a long list of prop bet opportunities.

    Over the past several years, betting on the NFL’s draft has become more and more popular. With everything else off the board right now, April’s proceedings could turn into one of the biggest sports betting events of the year.

    The latest word from Adam Silver as the commissioner of the NBA is that no decisions as to the future of this season will be made until May at the earliest. There are far too many unknowns to detail a plan off how and when the league can get back on the court.

    The NBA was the first major sports league to shut things down after Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for the coronavirus. It is more than likely that the NBA will continue to set the timeline for other sports looking to get back to work.

    Horse racing at a few major tracks continues in the absence of fans.
    NASCAR is now following suit on a virtual basis. A recent decision from Nevada Gaming Control cleared the way for legal betting on the 2020 eNASCAR iRacing Pro Invitational Series. The first event was held this past weekend.

    There is also a renewed interest in virtual NBA action. NBA 2K has joined forces with to offer a players tournament complete with betting lines at online sportsbook.

    More and more virtual betting opportunities will probably pop up given the complexities of betting on when actual live sports will resume play.
    by Published on 03-26-2020 06:01 AM     Number of Views: 2870 

    In the blink of an eye, the month of March went from one of the busiest times of the sports betting calendar to the quietest one in the history of wagering on the games. The coronavirus outbreak in all four corners of the world has drastically changed the landscape of life as we know it.

    The most important aspect of handling the new norm is to stay safe. Taking all the necessary precautions to limit the overall impact of this outbreak should be top of mind. However, the seriousness of the situation can take its toll on anyone’s psyche. Sports has always been the common bond that brings people from all walks of life together. Unfortunately because of the nature of this virus, staying apart is the best way to combat its spread.

    For diehard sports bettors, this is going to be a rough patch for anyone looking for some action on all the games and events that are not taking place. This is the time of the year when just about every major sports league was in action. From the cancelled NCAA Tournament to the postponed NBA and NHL seasons, everything is on hold right now. With no specific timetable in place for a return to live games, sports bettors are left in a ‘wait and see’ scenario.

    Although many avid bettors might disagree, this is not the worst thing in the world. Staying safe and staying healthy needs to be the No. 1 priority for everyone right now. In the grand scheme of things, taking a break from your daily or weekly sports betting routine can actually turn out to be a positive thing in the long run.

    The chance to reflect of the recent past while looking forward to the future can serve its purpose in the sports betting world. Do not tell that to all the land-based and online sportsbooks right now scrambling for any betting action they can find. However, it is rare that any avid sports bettor gets a chance to stop and catch their breath will so much action on the board for most of the year.

    Football led right into basketball with a world of other sporting events filling any gaps. Even if you have been killing it since early September, there had to be more than a few bad betting habits that cost you money over the past several months.

    Chasing a bad beat, doubling down on low percentage bets and extending a parlay one team too many are all examples of bad betting habits that creep into everyone’s overall betting strategy.

    One of the biggest mistakes is moving away from tried and true money management betting strategies. Suddenly six and seven unit plays start replacing a much more conservative three to four unit bet. Maybe your last reload to an online sports betting account was made with money that you really could not afford to lose.

    Taking a forced break is nobody’s top choice right now. Losing March Madness hurts and it is a sting that is not going to go away overnight. However, this current break will pave the way for a brighter betting future. Sports will be back stronger than ever. Betting will resume with a renewed passion. Take this time off and make the most of it by creating a brand new betting strategy that will continually improve your overall sports betting results.
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