The OddsJam Odds Screen is the perfect tool for every sports bettor. I personally use it daily to line shop across every sportsbook and take advantage of mispriced lines. The Odds Screen is essential for every bettor — casual or sharp — to line shop main markets, props and more.
Follow along to see how you can use the OddsJam Odds Screen to make some money!
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The main purpose of the Odds Screen is to take advantage of sportsbooks that have pricing discrepancies.
In the screenshot below, you can see that BetMGM has the 49ers moneyline at -400. The next-closest book is -433. Meanwhile, the majority are in the -450s or so. This means that betting on the 49ers moneyline at BetMGM would be much more profitable than betting on it at another book.
As sports bettors, line shopping is essential. Finding discrepancies before choosing which book to bet with is key to being a profitable bettor.
In the screenshot below, you can see that the same exact thing is true for player props. Always look for books that have mispriced lines specifically.
As you can see here, Jimmy Garoppolo’s passing yards range from 243.5 to 252.5. That’s a huge difference for both over and under bettors and something you want to make sure you check out before placing any bets.
It doesn’t make sense for one book to have Jimmy G’s passing yards at 243.5 and another at 252.5 and have them both be correct. One of them has to be wrong.
This is a great way to find the middle ground when it comes to prop lines or to see which books are just wrong. You want to be sure to use sharp books like the OddsJam Perfect Line or DraftKings (when it comes to player props) to set the market and take advantage of books that are outliers compared to those two.
Essentially, all books have different odds. That means that if two sportsbooks have significantly different odds, one of them has to be wrong — this creates the opportunity for us to profit as bettors.
Once you start to use sharp books to determine which books are mispriced for a given bet, you’ll be rolling!