Betting Predictor

What is the Bet Predictor?

The Bet Predictor is our pre-game betting system that utilizes machine learning prediction models to predict player, team and game statistics. Click here to see the NFL Betting System for demo videos and you can try it for free.

What is the In Game Bet Predictor?

The In Game Bet Predictor is our live in-game betting system that enhances the viewing of a live game while providing real-time odds and betting predictions for live betting.

What Sportsbooks do you offer real-time pregame odds and Bet Predictions for?

Bovada, BetOnline, Bookmaker.eu, Sportsbook.ag, GT Bets, 5Dimes, BetDSI, Pinnacle

What Sportsbooks do you offer Live, in-game odds and Bet Predictions for?

We provide in game odds and bet predictions for the following online sportsbooks: 5Dimes,

You can find all in game data, odds and predictions in our Lineups Live tool.

What are Prediction Models?

Each model has a different way of predicting an outcome. We have explained the models in detail for every sport on this page – Prediction Models Explained.

What does the Probability % mean?

Probability % is the first betting metric to review. This is the probability that the outcome listed will occur based on the prediction model selected. IE – 80% Probability that the Atlanta

Falcons will beat the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl. It is solely the probability percentage that the outcome will occur and does not take into account odds or EV.

What is EV?

EV stands for Expected Value and is the second betting metric you want to look at. If you find a bet with a high probability % of happening, you next want to know what EV is, which tells you

the value you can expect if you place this bet. EV is calculated using the following formula:

What do the dollar signs stand for?

The dollar signs are the 3rd betting metric to look at. The dollar signs are a quick way to identify

What does DIFF stand for?

Diff stands for Difference between the sportsbook odds and Lineups.com Fair Odds prediction.

In the Input Panel, what does it mean when it says Top 36% and Bottom 2% on the slider?

These numbers represent the players performance for the simulations in which they performed. IE - if you select Good for Top 36% for Matt Ryan, you are telling the Betting System that you want to isolate the Top 36% of his performances in the simulations. When you isolate and save this performance, the rest of the players, teams and games will be updated as well based on Matt Ryan performing as he did in the Top 36% of his game simulations.

How do you calculate the Lineups.com Fair Odds prediction?

Fair odds predictions are based on 10,000 simulations of the game. Moneyline corresponds to win probability, so if a team won 60% of our simulations, Lineups.com prediction is - 150. Spreads and Totals are simulation averages.

Fantasy Tools

Why are Lineups.com DFS projections more accurate?

Our predictive models are more advanced than other sites. We have 20+ years of data and have a Data Scientist creating and testing models to provide the most accurate projections.

Why is Lineups.com DFS Ownership % projections more accurate?

We have advanced modeling systems to predict actual ownership %. No one else in Daily Fantasy is applying machine learning modeling to predict Ownership %.

What time are DFS projections updated?

Projections update real-time based on news, injuries and data. We provide the date and time of the last update.

Does the Lineup Optimizer support Double Headers?

Not at this time. There are very few each year.

Does the Lineup Optimizer Mixup Slates?

We do not.

Can I backtest on the Optimizer?

Yes, we provide slates for previous dates as well as the salaries and points scored. Backtest away.


Do you offer a free trial?

No, but we do have a Rewind Bet Predictor that allows you to use and see the tool functionality with defunct data. We also offer a 3 day trial of our membership plans and have a number of

demo videos to give you all the insight needed to determine whether you would like to subscribe.

Do I have to enter my credit card information to create an account?

No, you do not. Some pages on lineups.com require signing up for an account to view. The only information needed to sign up is your First Name and Email Address. You will need to confirm

your email address.

Can I pay for a MembershipPlan without a credit card?

No, we only accept Visa, Mastercard and American Express credit cards. If you are purchasing a Betting 6 month or 12 month membership, we can accept checks. If you would like to pay

with a check, please contact us.

How do I cancel my subscription?

Login, go to your Account and click the Cancel Subscription button that you’d like to Cancel.

What is your Refund policy?

We do not offer refunds. We offer a digital product and can’t take back your use of the product. All sales are final. We send out multiple reminder emails prior to a renewal date. It is your

responsibility to cancel any memberships prior to the renewal and billing date.

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