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In a nutshell:

"The population of bad handicappers in Tap City is dwarfed by the population of bad money managers."
- J. R. Miller
 

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NASHVILLE TENNESSEAN newspaper article

KANSAS CITY STAR newspaper article

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Check this book!


How Professional Gamblers Beat the Pro Football Pointspread!
Now in paperback!
 

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Parlays & Profit
If parlays are bad for bettors, why don't sportbooks promote
them???
 

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Debunking the Kelly criterion  
If you think progressive betting schemes can win more than you deserve, buy a round-trip ticket in advance

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A Crash Course In
Vigorish

...And it's NOT 4.55%

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Bob McCune on Baseball Betting
 
An important article by Bob McCune, adapted from his classic book, Revelations In Sports Betting!
 

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Can You Stand the Ride?
There are losing streaks always lurking...
 

EMAIL FROM GAMBLERS
 
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I just want to tell you how impressive your site is. It is thorough and informative and unlike anything I have seen. Nothing compares to this. Keep it up.   – Henry Z.

Thank you.

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“Dear J.V., I’ve heard from several sources that you are one of the few in this business who is honest and straight shooter. I’m almost ready to sign up but I wondered if I can see the last 2,000 picks. I only want picks from MLB and NBA. Please include lines as well. I only need over/under information on MLB.  Please email in a format supported by google docs spreadsheets. Thank you.”  John J., London, Eng

We get hundreds of complicated requests for records. We get asked to separate records by pointspread, by sport, by number of years, by number of plays, by teams, by totals, by players, by umpires; to include or exclude specific data; to zip files or not to zip files; to present and email data on spreadsheets, word docs, data interchange, pdf, etc.;  Then, we get calls asking how to open an attachment, how to view an attachment, how to format a spreadsheet, how to unzip a file, where to download zip software, and other tech support requests; then, we get calls asking about explanations of various data, what abbreviations mean, interpretation of data, etc.)  So here’s our policy: We list every pick published in our newsletter at our Track Us page immediately after each game starts (not AFTER it ends), and we leave dozens of our latest bets posted for a week or more.  We track ourselves for the last 300 games on our Big Board.  With that said, here's our problem: even though we post every pick every day, and even though we leave dozens of our latest bets posted, we still get requests to furnish all manner of records. So, we invite you to Track Us and monitor whatever results you like for as long as you like.....however, we'll leave it to you to choose what to track and what to separate in whatever manner you see fit. In other words, we'll post the picks after each game starts, but you sort them in whatever special way you want.  It's too time-consuming for us to look up the answers and build replies to all the requests. Also, it's not a good idea to believe what a sports service says about their past records. Always make them PROVE it by posting their picks minutes after games begin, like we do every day at our Track Us page.  

 

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“Dear J.V., I am a satisfied customer. The info on your website is unparalleled but your website design is archaic. I was wondering why? Big black screens with tiny white print. You should get a more contemporary design, don’t ya think? You’d prob get more customers. The html format is outdated. And, where’s all the pictures? There used to be a lot of pictures. Not complaining man, just trying to help.”  B. D., San Diego, CA

Archaic, Bill? Ouch, that’s a little harsh. Lol. First, thank you for your business and the feedback. When we launched professionalgambler.com in 1997, it was the first website of its kind. We were high-tech. 18 years later, I guess it’s time for an upgrade. A few more bells and whistles won’t hurt. What people continue to like about our site is that it’s fast; you don’t have to ‘log in’ and there’s nothing to join; there are no annoying pop-up banners or ads.  

 

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“J.V., Awesome job on kicking ass tast 2 weeks! My bankroll is at an all-time high for the third time in the last week.  PLEASE hold this winning percentage for just 2 more weeks… PLEASE!!!?” Jason H., Milwaukee. WS

Jason, there’s a difference between winning percentage and a winning streak. With that said, I’m trying like hell to hold onto both, don’t you worry.  

 

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“…I’m 19 and I want to bet on sports…if I win over 60% of my bets, everything will work out on money management, right? How long will it take for me to learn how to win 60% or more of my bets. Do you do women’s basketball? NCAA (not WNBA)?” Mark P., Ontario, CA

You have to be 21 to bet on sports and to use this site.

 

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“J.V., I was actually looking for sports betting literature when I stumbled upon your website in a search. I've probably spent the last 3 hours reading on your website. It's truly one of a kind. I've searched all day and this was the only one with this much detail..... and I have never seen a website that actually wants you to track them for a period of time.....It's refreshing to see that there are some people who generally want to see others succeed as they do and not to "Take you to the Cleaners" while they guarantee you some picks. I will definitely use the tracker to keep up with you guys and see how I do for a while.....You've done a great job.....and I hope many people find this site before they lose too much money without at least an understanding of the topics discussed.....I've sent the link to a lot of my Fantasy League players that I know like to place bets at sportsbooks.  Thanks again.” D.K.

Thank you, and I hope your friends check us out.  Unfortunately, there is an epidemic problem with scoundrels stalking the Internet and taking advantage of people.   

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J.V., In reference to baseball, do you know the percent of times that the favorite beats the underdog on any given day?   Thanks, D.H.

Well, understand that sometimes an early-morning favorite can become the underdog by game time as the lines move to reflect the betting trends. Also a favorite at one bookmaker can be an underdog at another bookmaker at various times throughout the pre-game hours. Generally speaking, home teams win about 53%-54% of the time, and they are favored 53%-54% of the time. Also, generally speaking, the bigger the favorite, the bigger the percentage of times they win.

 

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J.V., I’m still hungover from your brilliant prediction on the Atlanta - Mets game.

J

 

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How Professional Gamblers Beat the Pro Football Pointspread
- J. R. Miller
$24.95

How to Profit from Parlays
Sent to you attached to email as a WORD file.
$19.90

Successful Gamblers
Sent attached to email as a WORD document (".DOC" file)
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Education of a Sports Bettor
- Bob McCune
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NFL Stats
Sent as an ExCel file attached to email
$21.00

Revelations in Sports Betting
- Bob McCune
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