LowVig.com Offers -105 Odds on NCAA Basketball Opening Lineup
2012-11-15 12:26:54 -
/EINPresswire.com/ America's Most Popular Reduced Juice Betting Portal Is Using 10 Cent Line on College Basketball Sides With Totals Priced At Just -108
The 2012-2013 college basketball season tips off tonight and odds on the opening lineup are changing rapidly as bettors scramble to get in on the first games of the season. While most major sportsbooks have listed lines starting
at -110 each way for both point spreads and totals, LowVig.com, a well known discount sports wagering site, is offering a 10 cent line on all college basketball sides with most events priced at just -105 each way. The majority of the over/unders at LowVig are currently listed at -108 each way.
Discount sports betting sites like LowVig.com offer recreational and professional gamblers alike the chance to improve their odds and take home more winnings. LowVig is particularly popular among seasoned handicappers who like to bet as much as $5000 per game and who realize how much of an edge -105 lines can give them when compared to a traditional 20 cent line. Nevertheless, $50 bettors benefit as much from LowVig's improved odds as the professionals do, which is why the site's popularity has increased so much among recreational players over the past few months.
"The advantage you get when you bet reduced juice lines comes down to dollars and cents," said one LowVig player when asked why he preferred this site to other big name sportsbooks. "Let's say I put $100 on 100 different basketball picks. If I win 52 of those games at -110 I'm down $80, but at -105 I'm up $160." This is true because the breakeven point for -105 odds is just 51.21% as compared to 52.38% for -110 odds.
It is precisely because of this difference that bettors are now flocking to LowVig to get in on tonight's NCAA season openers. One of the most eagerly anticipated events of the night is Bryant at Indiana. The Hoosiers, who are listed at -33(-105) at LowVig, open the season ranked number #1 for the first time since 1979 and the fans are anxious to see if they will live up everyone's expectations in their season debut. Sophmore center Cody Zeller is a likely candidate for Big Ten player of the year, but coach Crean will have to do without his freshmen center Jurkin and power forward Mosquera-Perea, who will both be forced to sit out 9 games for receiving improper benefits.
Another event that is attracting a great deal of action is Miami Ohio at North Carolina State. The Wolfpack, priced at -21(-105) at Lowvig, are currently ranked #6 after finishing the season 24-13 last year under first year coach Mark Gottfried. Gottfried is back for his second year with N.C. State and hopes to keep the team on track after helping to turn them around last season. With four returning starters and 3 hot new recruits, he appears to have the tools he needs to take the ACC at his disposal.
There is also expected to be heavy volume on Georgia at Duke, Kentucky vs. Maryland in the Barclays Center Classic and Ohio State versus Marquette, which will take place atop the flight deck of the USS Yorktown. Basketball fans certainly have a great deal to look forward to tonight.
LowVig.com is best known for offering savings of up to 50% in sports wagering expenses and has created an educational video that fully explains how their model saves their clients money on every wager. That video can be viewed here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=nlmruaIfWa8
All wagering enthusiasts who seek a better value for their betting dollars are urged to check out the current odds at www.lowvig.com . Players can review live lines for any and all sports by visiting the site clicking on their specific sport of interest.
LowVig was officially launched in 2011, with a 'Simply Better Value' guarantee expressed through "reduced juice" sports betting, horse rebates, poker rakeback and casino play rebates paid daily. The company offers a cost saving guarantee because LowVig prefers to return as much value possible to each individual bettor via the rebate and reduced juice model rather than through lower ROI methods, such as expensive advertising campaigns, affiliate deals, or costly promotions; thereby preferring organic growth through word of mouth advertising from their rapidly increasing client base.
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