The Oracle Betting Results: Week Ending December 20, 2021

The Oracle Betting Results- Week Ending December 20, 2021

Here, we assess the betting results of The Oracle, the premiere handicapper at BeerLife Sports. We believe in sharing the details of his bets, the hits, and misses.

These recaps span Tuesday through Monday each week. Some weeks are great, some are decent, others are break-even. Dec. 7-13 was rough. This past week was an improvement but still nowhere near the standards and expectations of The Oracle and his subscribers.

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This is the breakdown and review of The Oracle’s betting results for the week of Dec. 14-20.

Overall Grade for Dec. 14-20:


The Oracle’s NFL slate of bets couldn’t do much to salvage being shutout on his three non-football bets. The week began with two NHL losses on Wednesday night. NBA went 0-1 after the Cleveland Cavaliers, who have treated The Oracle well this season, were postponed on Sunday night due to COVID.

The Oracle finished his NFL betting 5-8, with a big miss, that would have had a massive payout, on Monday night.

Big Miss

The Oracle wagered five units, by far his largest play of the week, on the Chicago Bears +250 to beat the Vikings on Monday night. They lost, 17-9.

Big Hit

To bookend the big Monday night loss on pro football, The Oracle got NFL Week 15 off to a good start with a 2.5-unit play, his second-largest football wager of the week, on the first-half under 27 points for the Chiefs-Chargers game. The Chargers led 14-10 at halftime.


The under 54.5 total points for Chiefs-Chargers was never in doubt until it was. Thanks to 29 combined points in the fourth quarter, The Oracle was robbed of going 2-0 on Thursday. Then, the beat went on. Patriots +120 moneyline was extinguished by one play, in particular, Saturday night in Indianapolis. After the Pats pulled within 20-17 on 17 fourth-quarter points, Colts RB Jonathan Taylor ripped a 67-yard touchdown run just before the two-minute warning. Night night.

The Sunday slate split on units played. The Oracle upped his units to two for a pair of under bets. Saints-Bucs under 45.5 points was easy money with the Bucs getting shutout and the Saints kicking three field goals. The Vikings and Bears offenses were futile on Monday night, the latter more than the former. They combined for 26 points, well under the 47 sportsbooks tabbed for that game.

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The Capitals -135 bet was a roller coaster. The Caps scored with three seconds left in regulation. They lost 5-4 in overtime to the Blackhawks. The Kraken gave up two first-period goals and never recovered, losing 4-1 as +130 underdogs in Anaheim.

More NHL picks are coming, generated by The Oracle’s algorithm, as the pro-hockey season progresses.


After taking a week off from the NBA, The Oracle laid two bets. The Hornets lost 125-116 at Portland as 2.5-point dogs. Cavs +3 at Atlanta on Sunday was postponed by The Association.

Like the NHL, more NBA bets from The Oracle system are on the horizon as pro hockey and basketball dominate the sports betting landscape by mid-February, with MLB on deck shortly thereafter.


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Mario Sanelli writes about sports betting for BeerLife Sports. He previously was the editorial assistant and a general-assignment reporter at The Denver Post for five years after serving as chief editor of The Metropolitan at MSU Denver. Mario was a NFL and college football insider with Mile High Sports for six years.