The Free Picks and Betting Systems at Becoming Increasingly Popular Among Baseball Handicappers

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Savvy sports gamblers are flocking to for their free baseball picks and sports betting systems.

Other sports handicappers sell their best picks which makes their free picks horrible, we sell nothing so our free picks are the best. has propelled itself to the top tier of all baseball betting sites in 2007 by offering quality free picks and references to over 100 baseball betting systems. is currently ranked #2 out of 72 sports handicappers at the Ultimate Handicapping Challenge and #3 out of 30 total handicappers at the National Sports Monitor for its free baseball picks. The site's picks are posted by 6 a.m. EST each day, often earlier.

When asked what makes the site special, explains that "Other sports handicappers sell their best picks which makes their free picks horrible, we sell nothing so our free picks are the best." Handicappers sell their daily baseball plays for approximately $20 a day -- unless a person is betting large sums of money on the games, chances are he or she will lose. The Web site explains that the fee paid to sports handicappers must be considered as juice and offers the following example in reference to a $100 bettor on a -110 bet.

Betting on a -110 team means that you would bet $110 to win $100. The break-even percentage for this bet is approximately 52.4% -- the percentage the bet needs to win in order for you to achieve $0 expected profit. But if you spend $20 on a play, a $100 wager has to win at a much higher percentage to recover the $20 lost by buying the picks. Your necessary win percentage in this case increases to 61.9%. In order to make purchasing picks worth the while, sports gamblers have to increase their bet amounts well above $100. "The average Joe gambler on the internet cannot afford to bet more than $100 a play -- making free picks web sites like Easy Baseball Betting extremely popular."

The Web site predicts the outcomes of games based on past performances of teams in similar situations. Much similar to the chartist approach studied by the University of Pittsburgh. ( has started the 2007 baseball season with a 42-22, +23.8 units record and was ranked in third place as of April 28, 2007. The biggest indicator of the popularity the Web site has is through its Quantcast internet rankings that shows that its traffic has increased by about 600% since Spring Training.

In addition to free picks, also offers detailed analysis of over 100 baseball betting systems, updated moneyline betting statistics, and updated trends and angles for each of the 30 baseball teams. It also has message boards on each of its daily picks pages where users can communicate with each other regarding the games.


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