9 years as a Professional Sports Handicapper
Joined a Sports Handicapping Syndicate at the age of 25 which was responsible for a mult-million dollar portfolio
Was once cut off from making wagers at an off shore sportsbook after a successful streak - then contracted by the same sports book to serve as a sports betting consultant
Expert Sports Predictions for MLB, NFL, NCAAF, NBA & NCAAB, NHL
Sports betting gives you a 50/50 chance of winning each wager - very similar to flipping a coin. This is essentially what the average square will do, flip a coin. However, if you were to narrow down your focus to only few games on the board which you have deducted a mathematical edge then you have increased your chances of winning by 20 to 30%. This is the value I bring to my clients on a daily basis with my sports handicapping expertise.
There are many ways to breakdown a particular matchup and come to a conclusion on a pick. Some handicappers prefer statistical analysis, regression analysis, team stats, team trends etc. I like to incorporate any system or stat that can provide an edge or provide insight to allow me to reach a conclusion. It's a more methodical approach but I feel that my success has come from uncovering the details.
I have seen a lot of handicappers run into problems when they commit to a single approach to handicapping or follow trends too closely. Trends are just a piece of the puzzle but in certain sports, such as college, there is a high turn over rate of players each year. How a team performed in 2014 may not correlate with the 2015 team and a new crop of players that are mostly underclassman with no experience. You must be able to determine which piece of information is relative to that particular game.
I understand that in order to be successful in any venture you must surround yourself with people that are smarter than you. With over 9 years as a professional sports handicapper I have been surrounded by some of the best the industry has to offer and this is the value that I provide for my clients.
Whether you are a novice bettor vacationing in vegas or a whale that only gets excited from a six figure payout, my services will be an asset to your investment.
|02/19/2014||NCAAB||Arizona State @ Colorado||Arizona State +3.5 (-106)||1||Loss||-$106|
|02/19/2014||NCAAB||New Mexico @ UNLV||UNLV +0 (-106)||2||Loss||-$212|
|02/19/2014||NCAAB||Western Michigan @ Ohio||Western Michigan +6 (-106)||5||Win||+$500|
|02/19/2014||NCAAB||Austin Peay @ Morehead State||Morehead State -12.5 (-102)||4||Loss||-$408|
|02/18/2014||NCAAB||Utah State @ San Diego State||San Diego State -10 (-106)||1||Win||+$100|
|02/18/2014||NCAAB||Kentucky @ Mississippi||Mississippi +4.5 (-106)||4||Loss||-$424|
|02/18/2014||NCAAB||Wake Forest @ Maryland||Wake Forest +11 (-112)||2||Push||+$0|
|02/17/2014||NCAAB||Delaware @ Towson||Delaware +3.5 (-106)||1||Loss||-$106|
|02/16/2014||NCAAB||Saint Peter @ Quinnipiac||Quinnipiac -7.5 (+109)||2||Win||+$218|
|02/15/2014||NCAAB||Tulane @ UAB||Tulane +11.5 (-106)||1||Win||+$100|
|02/15/2014||NCAAB||Kansas State @ Baylor||Kansas State +4.5 (-106)||5||Loss||-$530|
|02/15/2014||NCAAB||Denver U @ IPFW||IPFW -1 (-106)||2||Loss||-$212|
|02/15/2014||NCAAB||UNLV @ Utah State||Utah State -4 (+101)||5||Loss||-$500|
|02/15/2014||NCAAB||Virginia @ Clemson||Clemson +4.5 (-106)||2||Loss||-$212|
|02/14/2014||NCAAB||Dartmouth @ Cornell||Dartmouth -3 (-106)||2||Loss||-$212|
|02/14/2014||NCAAB||Monmouth @ Iona||Monmouth +15 (-106)||3||Loss||-$318|
|02/13/2014||NCAAB||UC Davis @ CS Fullerton||CS Fullerton -5.5 (-106)||3||Win||+$300|
|02/13/2014||NCAAB||Minnesota U @ Wisconsin||Minnesota U +8.5 (-106)||3||Win||+$300|
|02/13/2014||NCAAB||Creighton @ Butler||Creighton -8 (+101)||1||Loss||-$100|
|02/12/2014||NCAAB||Villanova @ Depaul||Villanova -13.5 (-108)||2||Win||+$200|
|02/12/2014||NCAAB||Syracuse @ Pittsburgh||Pittsburgh -1 (-106)||2||Loss||-$212|
|02/12/2014||NCAAB||George Mason @ Massachusetts||George Mason +11.5 (-107)||3||Win||+$300|
|02/12/2014||NCAAB||Ohio @ Toledo||Toledo -5 (+101)||5||Win||+$505|
|02/11/2014||NCAAB||Wake Forest @ NC State||Wake Forest +6 (-106)||4||Loss||-$424|
|02/10/2014||NCAAB||Maryland @ Virginia||Maryland +11 (-106)||2||Win||+$200|
|02/10/2014||NCAAB||Miami Florida @ Florida State||Florida State -5.5 (-106)||4||Loss||-$424|
|02/09/2014||NCAAB||Creighton @ s||s +2.5 (+101)||2||Win||+$202|
|02/09/2014||NCAAB||Evansville @ Bradley||Bradley -5 (-106)||2||Win||+$200|
|02/09/2014||NCAAB||Marshall @ Tulane||Tulane -2 (-106)||5||Win||+$500|
|02/09/2014||NCAAB||Youngstown State @ Detroit U||Detroit U -2 (-106)||4||Push||+$0|