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What Pro Bettors Consider When They're Betting On MLB

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Mar/15/2018

MLB is amid their annual Spring Training. Spring Training won’t last much longer, though. That means pay per head agents had better get ready for MLB betting.

What’s the best way to get ready for MLB betting? The best way is to know what pro bettors look for when making wagers. Below, check it out!

What Pro Bettors Consider When Betting on Baseball? Pitchers!

Pro bettors first look at pitchers. Pro bettors follow a routine pattern when betting baseball.

Baseball is unlike any sport. It’s an individual versus individual sport, like boxing, before a batter connects with the ball and sends it into play.

That’s why the first thing pro bettors do is study the pitchers versus batters matchups. Pro bettors look to see if the pitcher has an edge.

If the pitcher does have an edge, how big is the edge? If the edge isn’t that much bigger in relation to the odds, the pro bettors is likely to place a wager on the team the pitcher throws for.

If the edge is much bigger than the odds, it’s a no-brainer bet. If the edge is non-existent much the pro bettor might pass. The pro bettor could also decide to place a wager on the other side.

. Every Major League Baseball Team plays a 162-game scheduleAfter studying pitcher matchups, pro bettors then look to see intent.

It’s rare that a baseball team doesn’t play every day. That gives pro bettors plenty of choices.

It also gives baseball team managers plenty of choices. Sometimes, the intent of a manger isn’t to win the baseball game.

The manager might keep a few good relievers in the bullpen to save them for a different game, or to help them rest their arms.

Pay Per Head Agents Counter Strategies

. set max betting limits on all money line baseball betsThe best way to counter MLB betting strategies is to

The most a sports bettor should be allowed to wager on any single money line baseball bet is around $200 low-end to $500 high-end.

Pro bettors will pound MLB games that they believe they’ve handicapped correctly. Pro MLB bettors don’t mess around.

They’re pro MLB bettors for a reason. Set max betting limits on all baseball money line bets to ensure you profit from these bets.

Also, find your pro bettors using PayPerHead’s premium reports and tools Prime Package for just $6.50 per head! . Agents still have time to get their

Arm yourself with tools designed to mitigate risk, and counteract pros.

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