I have to apologize to all of you. Yesterday was not fair. The reason being is that I made four picks that all could have been classified under the totem of “Degenerate’s Delight” and I only gave out one, and that’s the one that didn’t hit. I went […]
Hello! I am SO sorry that I have not been able to be here as the NFL has progressed. Things got a little hectic, but as football is winding down, my second favorite sport is here… COLLEGE BASKETBALL. College basketball is just better than the NBA. Sure, the […]
When betting on sports, the goal is to win more than you lose. And each sport has its own rules, stats, and is overall different. Football has yards, completions, and touchdowns. Basketball is a much quicker-paced sport and thus is different than football. And the NBA is different […]
1. Have realistic expectations It’s hard to be profitable when gambling, let alone on sports where there’s large room for human error. Any bettor who has a higher success rate of 50% is deemed “successful,” and that’s because they win more than they lose. But they still lose. […]
1. Relying on the heart Yes, your favorite team is/was good! Yes, they had that really good play/game/season! That doesn’t mean they’ll be good this time. Too many times do people bet on their favorite team simply because they want them to win. Smart betting requires research and […]
Money, money, money! Who doesn’t love money? Mix that with the thrill of possibly instantly becoming rich, and you’ve got gambling. However, you should always, always bet smartly. Here are three simple steps to managing your money when betting. Determine how much you’re willing to lose. Always assume […]
Reading moneylines can be tricky. They can look like odd, mysterious, strange symbols if you’re new to betting. Here, we break down how to read moneylines for beginners.
So normally today would be the day I do my regular Sharps and Squares column, but to be honest, this week was the rare week (might be the first to be honest) in which there weren’t really any true Sharp/Square dichotomies. There wasn’t a single game that drew […]