What amount has been profitable since 2005?


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St Louis Cardinals vs Philadelphia Phillies Odds

Cardinal odds +130
Phillies Odds -154
over under 7.5 (o -120 / u -102)
date Sunday 3rd July
time 7:10 p.m. ET
channel ESPN

*Rates on FanDuel as of Sunday morning

This Sunday Night Baseball matchup fits a historically profitable betting system developed by the Action Network, which reports a 7% return on investment (ROI).

If you had wagered $100 on every game that matched this particular betting algorithm, you would have gone up about $19,000 since 2005 – that’s about $1,150 a year.

And that’s more than a massive sample size: 2,500+ games over the last 17-odd seasons.

The betting system contains public tracking data, which is also property of Action Network.

Cardinals vs. Phillies betting system tip

This betting system blinds the public to totals between two good teams.

If both teams in a given matchup have a winning record and the over or under has less than 35% of total singles tickets, then the over or under has won 55% of the time since 2005.

That’s the already mentioned 7% return on investment, a very solid clip for a betting system with such a large sample size.

This is consistent with Under Tonight having only 31% of the total bets. The best price on the market is at Caesars at u7.5 (+105).

While today could be payout day, remember this system applies to over 150 MLB games a year. To maximize that 7% ROI, make sure to track that system whenever it lights up for the rest of the season.

PRO system selection: Less than 7.5 (+105) or better

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