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March Madness 2009 Betting Prediction: Best Ever Year For Sharps, Worst For Squares

The 2008-09 football season
produced the widest gap ever between the sharp player and square player in
sports betting history. All key indicators are that the Information Age will
likely produce the same disparity in 2009 March Madness betting. However, it’s
never been easier to choose to be on the elite side.

As previously discussed, the schism between those who win
in sports betting and those who lose has never
been wider
. The quality of accurate information is widely available to the sportsbooks and gambler alike.

Most point spread players do not have the time or
resources to exploit such Intel. The always improving and innovating
OffshoreInsiders Network has streamlined and modernized everything a sharp
gambler needs.

has the up-to-the minute scores and odds including game spread in college
basketball and the betting line to win the 2009 NCAA Men’s Basketball

Also the same databases that the pro bettors use in their
pregame picks are available directly off the home page.

Lines-Maker.com will
have the exclusive news and notes that the world’s top handicappers use
directly from their clipboards.

The best free picks for both the conference tournaments
and the NCAA Tournament, not to mention the NIT, continue to thrive at OffshoreInsiders.com

The sports betting blog JoeDuffy.net
has the betting advice articles from the world’s premier experts, many on NCAA
basketball Big Dance betting.

The newest entrant to the powerful nexus is BetOnSports360.com. This has the best “ezine” articles and many more will be added focusing on
March Madness and Big Dance against the spread betting strategy.

Stevie Vincent, GM of the OffshoreInsiders Network says,
“Gamblers can opt to be winners or they can opt to keep the sportsbooks open for those of us who
are. It’s simply a matter of making the right choice.”

March Madness Odds 2008, Betting Lines For East Region of Big Dance

Do the oddsmakers agree with the 2008 NCAA Tournament
selection committee? In the Eastern
Regional, it will surprise nobody that the top overall seed in the 2008 Big
Dance North Carolina
is a prohibitive favorite to make the Final 4 at 2/3.

A modest surprise to sports betting expert Cy McCormick of MasterLockLine.com
is how little respect second-seeded Tennessee
has gotten. They are tied with the No. 3 seed Louisville
at 7/2.

“Entering the major conference tournaments, most
authorities had the Vols
projected as a top seed. One upset loss in the SEC tournament has dropped their
value too much,” insists McCormick.

Stevie Vincent, Senior Handicapper at OffshoreInsiders.com
somewhat disagrees saying Louisville
could screw up a few bracket pools. “If they were healthy all year, they would
likely be one of the top 5 teams in the country,” says Vincent, further
reminding that the Cardinals are, “as healthy as they’ve been all year.”

Despite the long travel, Washington

is still given a decent chance at 9/1. Fifth seeded Notre Dame is arguably the
consensus dark horse among the CBS and ESPN talking heads. The sportsbooks have their doubts, making
them 14/1 to win the region.

may be an interesting long shot at 25/1 as teams tend to isolate themselves
from distractions come tournament time. A “win one for” dispatched coach Kelvin
Sampson is a likely rallying cry for a team not lacking in talent.

The NCAA men’s basketball poster child for being a
Cinderella team is of course George Mason. They are 80/1 to wear the glass
slipper straight to the Final 4 a second time.

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