AI Computer Plays Make Better Bettors


AI computer plays will make anyone a better bettor. Here at Sports Hub, our AI computer plays have won at a rate of 59 percent over the better part of the last five years. AI computer plays, in general, have become increasingly popular over the last decade. Improvements in artificial intelligence have really enhanced the ways in which computers make sports betting decisions. 

With the rise of the sports betting industry, there are now more bettors than ever. They are all looking for an edge somewhere. AI computer plays can give them that edge. Now, not all AI computer plays are the same. 

AI Computer Plays Make Better Bettors
The sports betting industry continues to grow.

You may want to do some research into how a given computer comes up with its betting picks. You won’t get all the details as the artificial intelligence algorithms are proprietary information, but you can get an idea of what goes into a pick.

Sports Hub AI Computer Plays

Our own AI computer plays come from an algorithm. The algorithm has to be built by humans in order to tell the computer what to do. Therefore, there is a human element involved. Our team here at Sports Hub has over a century’s worth of sports betting industry experience.

The Sports Hub team baked all of that knowledge into our algorithm that develops the AI computer plays. The algorithm itself – proprietary knowledge – is built around a wide variety of statistics and analytics. The computer runs the numbers for a specific game and specific wager. 

AI Computer Plays Make Better Bettors
Currently, there are no AI computer plays available. Check the members’ area throughout the day though as that can change.

Not every pick is released. Where the real value comes from with Sports Hub’s AI computer plays is this. The only AI computer plays that are released to Sports Hub members are those where there is at least a two-point difference between the actual betting line and the one derived by the computer.

For example, tonight’s Game 1 in the Eastern Conference semifinals pits Indiana against New York. The total is set at 217.5. Let’s say the Sports Hub computer comes up with a total of 215. This pick would be released to our members since the computer-generated total is 2.5 points less than the actual total. Our AI computer plays, in this case, would recommend the Under 217.5.

Sports Hub Handicapper Plays

One of the many benefits of being a Sports Hub member is not only do you get great AI computer plays, but you also have access to the top handicappers in the world. We’ve got cappers that specialize in certain sports. Others may focus on the major sports and we even have some that focus on niche sports.

Each and every day, I take a moment to show you just how skilled these handicappers are. If you have been following along for some time, you will see names that you recognize as I reveal the top cappers from the previous day.

Today is no exception. You should recognize SWJ Sports who made the Daily Report yesterday. Names like Tonny Ricci and Dan Jones have been here before. Yesterday’s top capper, Mike Hawk, is another name that has been here before. He had a great day yesterday.

Let’s see how he and the rest of the Top 5 did.

  • Hawk Daddy: Mike Hawk went 7-1 on eight picks and took home $600 to lead all of our handicappers yesterday. He is now third on our 3-day leaderboard with $908 in profits and Mike is our No. 3 baseball capper over the last seven days with $940 in MLB profits.
AI Computer Plays Make Better Bettors
Mike Hawk has had a solid three days.
  • Big Tonny: Just another Sunday for Big Tonny Ricci, who went 4-0 yesterday. He hit four MLB picks, including two moneyline underdogs. The total haul for yesterday was $463, which moves Tonny into fourth place on the 30-day leaderboard with $1831 in winnings.
  • Deja vu: SWJ Sports is back again with an 8-3 day yesterday. After winning $625 on Saturday, SWJ Sports added another $455 to the bankroll!
  • Dan the Man: Dan the Man Jones is a familiar face to Sports Hub members. Dan also likes wins. He put in just two picks yesterday, but one was on a +171 soccer underdog. After his $371 day, Dan is now our No. 3 soccer handicapper over the last seven days.
  • Taylor made: William Taylor is another Sports Hub expert who has been here before. Yesterday was just another 3-0 day where Willy T collected $360 in profits. He backed the Red Sox and the Cubs, both moneyline underdogs yesterday. William has earned $851 over the last seven days.

Phillies on a Roll

The Philadelphia Phillies did it again. While many cappers around the internet were talking about fading Phillies pitcher Taijuan Walker, Sports Hub handicappers like Scott at SWJ Sports were backing the red-hot Phillies. 

Walker did just enough and the Phillies hung on for yet another win. Read on to learn more about the Phillies recent streak. They aren’t the only team that experienced some success yesterday.

Let’s recap Sunday.

  • Phillies rolling: The Phillies 5-4 win last night was the team’s fifth straight victory. It was Philadelphia’s ninth win in its last ten games and the 16th in the last 19. The Phillies now lead the majors with 24 wins. Alec Bohm extended his hitting streak to 18 games. 
  • Closest race ever: It was the closest NASCAR Cup Series race ever. After a photo finish in Saturday’s Kentucky Derby, the AdventHealth 400 ended with Kyle Larson the winner. He won by one thousandth of a second.
  • Cavs advance: Cleveland trailed by as many as 18 before Donovan Mitchell took over. Mitchell scored 39 points to lead the Cavaliers to a 106-94 win in Game 7 of their series with Orlando. Cleveland advances to face Boston in the Eastern Conference semifinals.
  • Stars win: Radek Faksa scored on a backhander 44 seconds into the third period yesterday to give Dallas a 2-1 win over Vegas in Game 7 of their first-round NHL playoff series. Dallas advances to face Colorado in the Western Conference semifinals. Game 1 is on Tuesday night.

Not a Blue Monday for Bettors

For a Monday in early May, there is a nice sports betting menu being served up. NBA playoffs, NHL playoffs, a nice helping of MLB today. Bettors should take the time to check the Sports Hub members area for any AI computer plays. Our computer picks win nearly 6 of every 10 picks.

Whatever you decide, here is what you can wager on today.

  1. NBA playoffs: It’s Game 1 in the Eastern Conference semifinals. Indiana visits New York. The Knicks are a 5.5-point favorite. That game tips off at 7:30 p.m. It will be followed by Game 2 of the Minnesota-Denver series. The TWolves stole Game 1 on the road. Denver is a 5.5-point home favorite tonight. Both games are on TNT.
  1. NHL playoffs: The Eastern Conference semifinals start tonight in Florida where the Panthers host the Boston Bruins in Game 1 of their series. The puck drops at 8:00 p.m.
  2. MLB on Monday: There are 10 games on the baseball schedule today as a handful of teams get the day off. The Giants and Phillies will finish their four-game series today, starting at 6:40 p.m. It’s the first game on the schedule. Walker Buehler makes his debut after missing most of the last two seasons recovering from Tommy John surgery. The Dodgers host the Miami Marlins.
  3. International soccer: The Premier League, Italy’s Serie A, and France’s Ligue 1 all have one match on the schedule today. 
  4. Men’s & women’s tennis: The Internazionali BNL d’Italia begins today for both the men and women on the ATP and WTA Tours, respectively. The event takes place in Rome. Novak Djokovic and Iga Swiatek are the top seeds.

Be sure to check and see if Sports Hub has any AI computer plays for any of today’s games. While you’re there, you can check out our favorite handicappers and see how they are betting on today’s schedule.