Book Needs

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The theory behind the “Book Need” is simple…sportsbooks make an absolute fortune, and despite the popular belief that sports betting is free & easy money…it isn’t. The books always have the advantage over the average bettor. Therefore, if there is a game where the book stands to achieve a high profit margin, who do you think has the advantage…the book or the players? If the book lost all their high profit margin games then they likely wouldn’t be around for long. So, the Book Needs analytic finds those high profit margin situations to allow TSP followers to put themselves on the side of the book, should they desire. For further details you can read the article posted in August 2021 on the topic of Book Needs at https://TheSharpPlays.com/the-book-gets-what-the-book-needs/.

THE WAGER LISTED ON THE BOOK NEEDS TABLE IS WHAT THE BOOK NEEDS TO WIN TO ENSURE MAXIMUM PROFIT. So, if Toronto is listed with a rating of 65, that means the book would like Toronto to win and given the rating of 65, Toronto would be a Low Level Book Need.

High Level Book Needs require a Book Needs rating of 80-100

Low Level Book Needs require a Book Needs rating of 60-79

Ratings under 60 are not tracked within the Book Needs analytic.

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Analytics ARE NOT DESIGNED NOR INTENDED to tell you what to bet. Analytics are provided to make you a more informed bettor when handicapping and making your wagering decisions.

If you are placing a wager simply because the wager shows up within an analytic or alert, you are using the information incorrectly, outside its intended use, and opening yourself up to unnecessary risk.

While some analytics and information covers sharp action, it should be noted that sharp action can occur for many reasons beyond sharp money feeling a wager has value. Sharp bettors frequently wager for the purposes of middling, arbitrage, hedging, buyouts and more. Analytics do not discern why sharp money is betting, they just report that sharp money is betting. Just because something shows as “sharp” should not be construed as meaning the wager has value 100% of the time. A wager showing as sharp should also not be construed as a best bet, regardless of the reading within the analytic. The best sharp bettors have a win percentage of 54-56% (betting spreads), not the 60-100% that many touts and other unsavory sports gambling industry jerkoffs (technical term) may want to portray.

Good luck in your action!