Posts by Category: Analysis

Home Team Advantage Analysis

April 26, 2015

Home Team

One might ask himself: “What is the impact of playing home in winning the game?” Some competitions are suspiciously in favor of home teams and in some competitions it looks like playing home or away doesn’t matter. Let’s have a closer look at my personal experience and end up analyzing a few European football leagues over the past decade.

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Merseyside football triangle of 2014

January 07, 2015

It is just a few days after 2014 ended, where we experienced a major impact of strange football switch that happened the year before. All happened on a local axis close to Mersey river: Wigan-> Everton -> Manchester United, arguably having been triggered by famous Sir Alex Ferguson retiring from football management.

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Patrik Elias – a chase for milestone completed

January 07, 2015

Patrik Elias

This NHL season is so far a chase for milestones. Slovakian power wing Marian Hossa at first accomplished his 1000th point, with only 3 active players ahead of him in this statistic. Later on, for a long time undervalued Martin St. Louis did the same and very recent, Patrik Elias finally did the same.

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BETVIZ changes betting from a gut geeling to verifiable facts!

June 17, 2014

albert-einstein-intuition

It’s essentially a matter of personal preference how tipsters choose a match  to bet, but in general all of them repeat the same steps. Tipsters read news reports, team statistics and consider other issues such as injuries, weather forecast and  inside information about teams.

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Odd – the most important information for Punters

March 16, 2014

Why is an odd so important and what is a real worth of an odd? The basic knowledge will tell us the information about possible payoff in the case our bet will be winning. There is no doubt this information is important, but it is not the key secret.

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