Dropping Odds takes into account the odds movements on markets from all bookmakers so you can use these trends to your benefit. Easily find value from any bookmaker that has yet to adjust their odds to the latest trends.
Oddspedia Live Dropping Odds - How to use:
By using the Oddspedia Dropping Odds tool, you will be able to find accurate changes and odd drops as soon as they appear. This will give you the edge in placing a value bet at a bookmaker that has not caught up with the latest trends. Dropping Odds are happening because of various reasons and can be influenced by factors such as increased market volume, change in one of the competitors’ form, team news or public bets picking going on one of the sides indicating a favorite on those odds.
The dropping odds tool lets you find and exploit offers with the highest odds drop rate. This allows you to make money by getting the best rates on any affected market.
The bar below each event signals the biggest Drop Percentage for the highlighted market, as well as the highest available and unaffected odds.
Don't forget to use our filters to gain an edge by applying the desired drop percentage to the odds! Be sure to check the visual graph for information about the most recent odd changes, as well as comparing starting and current odds.
Dropping Odds Alert - Get line movement alerts
With Oddspedia, getting informed on changes and odd shortening is a simple process. Whenever the line moves you’ll receive a notification in real-time. Choose the percentage you desire for the odds to drop, then once they do you’ll receive an alert for each new entry matching your preferences. Ensure that you stay updated across multiple sports, to find valuable bets, maximize profit, or just explore the opportunity to buy in and sell your position.
Dropping Odds FAQ
What do dropping odds mean?
Dropping odds is the term used to describe odds changes that happen over time, and in particular when they are shortening. If a bookmaker offered improper prices on an offer in such a way that a lot of the bets and cash were flowing in that direction - they have to lower the odds and make it less attractive and balance the market selection.
How to read dropping odds?
If you are able to read odds and their implied probability then you are going to most certainly understand and be able to find value in dropping odds. Seek for downwards movement in pricing and analyze the causes that are forcing bookmakers to adjust their odds. Any changes for more than 20% will alert experienced bettors - and depending on the read they may go with taking the price before it plummets further or goes in the opposite direction and go against the falling odds.
How to use dropping odds?
Since odds on betting markets fluctuate regularly - many bettors use them as information to better analyze the event, especially since most of the odds movement is correlated to the amount of money being placed on the selection. A significant drop in odds will always signal that something changed in regards to the perceived strength of the competitors playing - so check if there is news regarding the teams like injuries or extra statistics that might help you find value. Use dropping odds to catch bookies that are late to the trends and have not updated their odds yet.
Dropping odds strategy & how to win
The best strategy is to find value through "sleepy bookmakers". Once you find an event where the odds have dropped for the majority of bookmakers (reliably on 80%+ from all the sportsbooks), use the knowledge to place value bet at the "sleepy ones". They are most likely going to adjust their prices according to the global odds movement, so one can either cash out the bet with profit using matched betting tactics or enjoy increased value in the odds taken. This is due because of the fact that every bookmaker will try to maintain a balance for every market he accepts bets for. Most bookmakers’ opening odds also tend to be a bit different - due to software or oddsmakers’ view - the once that got them a bit off will have to adjust over time. There are multiple adjustments done for each event offered at a bookmaker between opening odds and its starting time.