Part of the challenge of sports betting is being hit with luck and variance. Injuries, missed field goals, poor reffing turnoversplay and other things can swing an otherwise perfectly game to a reduction in a triumph.
Pick out the end of the Cardinals-49ers game of last week . San Fran was up 30-26 with time quickly running out and Cardinals (+9.5) bettors were readily covering. Until…
It might be recency bias but 69 percent of our audience who had Cardinals +9.5 stated it had been the worst beat they have ever experienced.
This??unfortunate turn of events??prompted me to choose to Twitter to hear about some of the additional bad beats which sports endured last week and I decided to feature some of those best/worst??stories.
Tom Brady has been -112 odds. He has thrown this season to 14 and has at least one touchdown in seven??of the Patriots 10 games played up to now. Leave it to Belichick, though, to find cute with play-calling and twist fantasy players and prop bettors alike.
Melvin Gordon having a big day against the Chiefs was being looked at by bettors. The strategy should have been easy, restrict Rivers game and also then run the ball from the teams worst rushing defense. Just, that didnt happen.
This game struck a couple of people and they were struck by it in various directions, included. I had OVER 62 and those 2 teams made a decision to put up a combined zero issues in the next quarter and then 35 from the fourth to depart the game UNDER by an field objective.
And for people who had been holding a +10.5 ticket, it turned into a terrible beat of all bad beats.
Watching its as gross as reading it out loud.
Ohio State is one of just three teams in all of college football with an 8-2 ATS record. Thus, adding them to any ticket is a bet that is great ? Not with this fella, that missed out because Ohio State was shy a single point, on a 7-team parlay.
It was not all bad, however, because there were wins and several breaks too.??
There is always someone on the end of the spectrum that won a bet, while beats have a tendency to get focus.
Take a peek at this guy, who turned FIVE DOLLARS to $63,000. Unreal.
Do you need to be featured in another edition of this column? Let me know on your bad beats or wins over Twitter @Pamelam35.

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