What is Sharp Consensus?
Once upon a time, the sport with the highest betting volume was horse racing. At the time, bookmakers would be found all throughout the race track. Bookmakers would get passed information from bettors, from the trainers, from the jockeys and even from the veterinarians. The bookmaker was the most informed person at the track and he would use this information to his advantage. Not much has changed except today, a bookmaker’s information is no longer limited to horse racing. Modern day bookmakers accept action from the sharpest bettors on the planet and across a myriad of sports, well known & obscure. Every sharp bettor needs to bet with a book somewhere to profit from their information. Therefore, the bookmaker becomes the most informed operator in the business of sports betting. By having a relationship with two global books, one of the tools I can utilize is the ability to see what the sharpest bettors are playing.
During the football season in 2019, I thought… what if you tracked what the Top 10 sharp bettors, across two global books, were betting? Did these top bettors agree or disagree, and what were the outcomes of those events? I monitored this angle privately in September. By mid-October there was no denying the Sharp Consensus clearly provided a large edge in select situations. It was at this time I unveiled a new bit of content… the Top Sharp Consensus was born! Top Sharp Consensus content was divided into three types of plays…
1) Premium Plays are the side/total getting bet most frequently and without contradiction among the Top 10 sharp bettors in action, across two global books. Premium Plays will have Top Sharp Consensus counts of 3-0, 4-0, 5-0, etc. What that means is, in the case of a 3-0 count, three of the Top 10 bettors in action are on the same side with nobody on the other side.
2) “Just Missed” Premium Plays are also derived from the Top 10 sharp bettors in action. However, while Premium Plays have no contradiction within the Top 10 sharp players, “Just Missed” Premium Plays allow one contradiction. “Just Missed” Premium Plays will have Top Sharp Consensus counts of 3-1, 4-1, 5-1, etc. What that means is, in the case of a 3-1 count, there are three bettors in the Top 10 on one side of a wager with one bettor in the Top 10 on the other side.
3) Other Sharp Consensus Plays are also derived from the Top 10 sharp bettors in action. While Premium Plays have no contradiction and while “Just Missed” Premium Plays allow one contradiction… Other Sharp Consensus Plays allow multiple contradictions. Other Sharp Consensus Plays could have counts of 3-2, 4-2, 4-3, etc. What that means is there is disagreement among the Top 10 bettors. In the case of Other Sharp Consensus, you could have three of the Top 10 on one side of a bet with two of the Top 10 on the other (a 3-2 count). Even though there is disagreement, the side getting the larger number of Top 10 backers (in this example, 3) has proven to be a good proposition.
How can you access the Sharp Consensus? Sharp Consensus content can be accessed through TSP Live, when TSP Live is available. For more information or to signup, visit the TSP Live link in the menu or click here!
Good luck in your action!