If you are betting the Phoenix NASCAR race of Sunday, 1 motorist is supplying value that is too much to pass up.
By shopping for the ideal line and using historic data from ISM Raceway, we pinpoint which motorist to wager for the 2019 TicketGuardian 500 (3:30 p.m. ET, FOX).
Among the easiest ways is to search for the line. „Shopping“ only refers to searching for the wager you enjoy as many sportsbooks as you can, then choosing the best possible line or chances available.
In basketball and football, this often means grabbing an extra half-point on the point spread. As an example, if you prefer the Patriots to cover the spread against the Dolphins and most sportsbooks have the lineup at New England -7, but one publication is offering Pats -6.5, you would wish to choose the -6.5.
That extra half-point signifies“line worth“ compared to the rest of the betting market that sits at 7, nevertheless costs you nothing more than just taking a few minutes to look for whichever book is offering the best line. When betting smaller sports like NASCAR – also referred to as“niche markets“ – the difference between lines from sportsbook to sportsbook could be even larger, meaning there’s even more potential value available for your dedicated line shopper.
The Westgate SuperBook at Las Vegas is offering a cost on Chase Elliott that too good to pass up for any value-minded NASCAR bettor.
As of 8:40 a.m. ET, Elliott is available at 20-1 in Westgate. I have not seen him anywhere near this across the remainder of the market. For example, the MGM casinos have listed at 8-1.