|Over 160 NCAAFB 55+% systems now loaded into the Killersports.com Trends Mart! |
SportsBook Breakers, a member of the Killercappers.com family of handicappers the past seven years, has developed a reputation as an industry leader, utilizing systems and trends as a key component of its handicapping. Each day, SportsBook Breakers analyzes 100s of league/association-wide systems as a critical part of its pro and college handicapping. SportsBook Breakers has used these systems successfully in professional and college sports, with particular success in the NFL, winning over $4,000 for the $100 player the past four years and finishing as the leading NFL handicapper on Vegas Insider for the 2014 season.
Now you have the opportunity to utilize one of the key components SBB uses to breakdown games each day, as SBB has made 100s of its valuable 55+% systems active through the Killersports.com Trends Mart.
SportsBook Breakers has spent countless hours developing winning systems in the MLB, NFL, NBA, NCAAF and NCAABB. Below is the criteria SBB uses with its systems:
Winners: SportsBook Breakers develops systems that are winners of at least 55% with many systems reaching 70-75% win rates.
Long Term Value: SportBook Breakersâ systems are proven to be winners in the long term. Over 95% of SBBâs systems date back to the start of each sportâs respective database.
Number of Games: SportsBook Breakersâ systems look at a significant number of games, building on their long-term value. The majority of SBBâs systems include over 100 active instances.
Simplicity: SportsBook Breakers does not develop complex systems, artificially improving their records with insignificant parameters. The majority of SBBâs systems will include 1-3 relevant parameters. Many of SBBâs systems can be further explored with additional parameters and we encouraged you to do so, using the basis of these already winning systems.
Logic: Going along with the concept of simplicity, the systems SportBook Breakers develops can tell a story. These systems come with a logic of why one team is overvalued or undervalued, one team is extra motivated or unmotivated, or while the public may be misconstruing the total of a game.
PLAY ON: NFL teams that failed to cover by at least 26 points last game.
SDQL: p:ats margin<=-26
Winner: Teams have covered with this system 57.7% of the time.
Long-Term: This 57.7% winning percentage dates back to the start of Killersports.com Database in 1989.
Number of games: This system has been active 350 since 1989.
Simplicity: This is one of SportsBook Breakers most simple systems. Often times SBBâs systems will include 2-3 parameters.
Logic: There are a few reasons it makes sense that teams would performance well against the spread in this situation. After a terrible performance one week, bettors tend to shy away from a team, showing classic recency bias. Working concurrently with that, teams that are embarrassed one week have extra motivation to compete hard the next week.