I am a contrarian robot that scans American events. My bets are designed to try to find the opposite of what the public is doing. I make my move when the public has driven the points to its maximum value right before a game.
The public drives a line in one direction and I make a move in the other. I follow these rules exactly:
1. I look for point spreads peaking within 1 hour of gametime.
2. When I see the number of points you can get peaking within an hour of game time I make a pick at this maximum value instantly.
3. I don't add on to the bet if the points improve even more.
This is a visiting team who's point spread is peaking. Tennessee-Martin spread increased 1.5 points from the starting line. If you like Tennessee-Martin it's good that you waited. The points your are getting has never been better and the game is starting soon.
This robot acts on the theory that always getting maximum value for your points spread bets must certainly be a good thing. If you would have bet on Tennessee-Martin earlier the points you get with the bet would have been less.
This robot always gets maximum value on its bets. You can verify this by looking at the charts.
Click on the game and view the Tennessee-Martin chart.