1. Home field advantage is a well-established important variable when setting the line. In football, what are the standard points given by a linesmaker to a team for home-field advantage?
2. What is commonly referred to as “the juice” or “the vig”?
3. What is the percentage of a professional bettors bankroll most commonly bet on a single game?
4. Nearly 10% of all football games finish by exactly this margin, which is the most common margin of victory in football.
5. What is the payout on a $100 winning bet with +200 odds?
6. Assuming -110 lines, what is the win-rate needed to overcome the VIG and be a profitable sports bettor?
7. General betting public likes to bet on:
8. Which of the following is not a “key number” for football betting:
9. If the opening line of a basketball game was Indiana Hoosiers as a 7-point favorite vs Duke Blue Devils, and the sportsbook started taking heavy betting on the Indiana Hoosiers, the oddsmakers would likely adjust the spread to be Hoosiers:
10. “Hedging out” is a betting strategy used most frequently with what type of wagers?
11. What is the normal point spread impact for an injury to either an All-Pro Running Back or All-Pro Wide Receiver?
12. What information do oddsmakers use to set the line?
13. Generally, to be considered a sharp bettor, you must maintain a winning percentage of:
14. Which of the following is a Propositional Bet:
15. What are the most important statistics to analyze when betting totals in basketball?
16. If you are only betting -150 favorites and winning 60%, what would be the status of your bankroll?
17. In regards to sports betting, the Kelly criterion system states:
18. If you correctly identified that professional bettors bet the Colts at -3 and steam moved the line to Colts -3.5, you can interpret this to be a clear signal that you should bet Colts at:
19. The following is a clear indication of sharp money:
20. The fair odds on a properly calculated parlay of two -110 wagers is: