Who makes money sports betting?

Many times I get ideas for blog post by checking out key words or how people find us by what they type in search engines.

Today one of the search engine entry’s was “who makes money sports betting?”.

To answer that question is like finding the fountain of youth – but I can say with 100% honesty that you could make money betting sports with some simple guidelines.

#1. You must have a bankroll and keep records of your bets. You must have a plan and stick to it. You must decide before you make your first bet how you are going to manage your money not only today but longterm.

#2. As mentioned above money management is key – if you have a $2000.00 bankroll you must decide how much of your bankroll you are willing to risk on each wager. With a $2000.00 bankroll I would recommend 3%. At 3% you would risk basically $60 per wager. You would have around 33 bets to work with (meaning you could go 0-33 before you lost all of the 2k). If you want a larger sample – then simply reduce the wagers to 2% or less.

#3. Know the simple rules of betting, understand you will not get rich quick and you can not realistically win 70% plus longterm – you will need to hit 53% or better (depends on juice) to make money, so if you can consistently win at a 55% to 60% clip – you will win money!

#4. Never chase – it’s a marathon not a sprint.

#5 set a small goal – based on the $2000.00 bankroll – set a profit goal of $500 and when your bankroll reaches $2500.00 take the $500 profit and put it in bank and do not use that money to wager with – just start over and look to make another +$500 or set next goal at $600 etc…

Example of 55% winners based on a $2000.00 bankroll and 3% per wager:

55% over the first 20 bets would be winning 11 out of 20 games.

11 winners at $60 (3% of 2k) would equal plus $660.00

9 losers at $66 (3% of 2k plus juice) would equal minus $594.00

So after 20 bets you would have a profit of plus $66.00

Ok you now see that 55% makes you money as long as you stick to the plan and grind it out, you made a goal of $500 profit – so at 55% winners it would take you 160 games to show you a profit of $528.00

A lot of games to make a $500 plus profit, but look at it this way. Would you rather show a profit or pay each week? Also if you wagered on 3 games per day it would take you 53 days. If you wagered on 5 plays daily it would only take you 32 days.

Also remember all the numbers above are based on 11 out of 20 winners or 55%.

Say you was hitting 60% or 12 winners out of every 20 bets.

12 winners x $60 = +$720.00
8 losers x $66 = -$528.00

For a profit of +$192.00 after 20 bets, meaning after just 60 games you would have a profit of $576.00

And based on 3 picks daily it would take 20 days or at 5 picks daily it would only take 12 days.

Now you see the way you can make money sports betting.

Discipline, proper money management and a game plan…. And winning picks!

Get a proven handicapper one who is monitored and stick to the plan, always have a goal and never chase, remember its a marathon not a sprint and think about it as an investment not a gamble.

Also think about how long it would take you to make money if you took the same $2000.00 and opened up a savings account?

Deal with a professional and stick by the rules and you can make money sports betting.

It only takes one mistake like betting a teaser or parlay to start a downward slide that will create chasing and every other bad habit 90% of bettors do everyday.

If your handicapper or service is producing 55% or better picks and your not making money – you are doing the damage to yourself.

I would recommend the combo package as a good starting point – you get 1 pick from me daily and 1 pick from Reece Roberts daily for 2 picks max daily. It’s really a nice starting point for all bettors, we provide the picks and since we started the 2 picks daily format on 11/12/12 we are hitting 57% with a record of 51-38 (not counting pushes).

Current price of the combo package is only $2.70 per day ($84 for 31 days).

The combo pack can be purchased above.

Later in the week I want to show you some examples of how to make money betting parlays only – however we do not recommend beginners to mix the combo picks and parlay, reasons listed already – remember each program comes with a plan. If you are a combo package subscriber than just bet the 2 picks daily and if you stay the course you will make money.

We also offer all access plans, daily picks, and longterm packages located at:

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Today is Sunday, December 30, 2012

Today in
Sports History

1926 – The Chicago Tribune broke a story that the Detroit Tigers threw a 4-game series to the Chicago White Sox in 1917.

1934 – Two NHL games ended in a scoreless tie. The games were Boston at the New York Rangers and the New York Americans at Detroit.

1954 – The 24-second shot clock was used for the first time in professional basketball.

1961 – Jack Nicklaus lost his first attempt at pro golf to Gary Player in an exhibition match in Miami, FL.

1978 – Ohio State University fired Woody Hayes as its football coach, one day after Hayes punched Clemson University player Charlie Bauman during the Gator Bowl. Bauman had intercepted an Ohio pass.

1983 – Julius “Dr. J” Erving (Philadelphia 76ers) became the 9th basketball player to reach 25,000 points.

1996 – Brett Favre (Green Bay Packers) became only the second player to win consecutive NFL MVP Awards.

1997 – Michael Jordan (Chicago Bulls) scored more than 10 points in 788 consecutive games.


Combo Picks 66%

Combo Package Picks are currently on a 12-6-1 run last 19 picks (1 pending tonight) for 66%

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Full card for the final week of the NFL regular season now up and ready.

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Today is Saturday, December 29, 2012

Today in
Sports History

1934 – The first regular-season college basketball game was played at Madison Square Garden in New York City. New York University defeated Notre Dame 25-18.

1937 – Babe Ruth returned to baseball as the new manager of the Class D, DeLand Reds of the Florida State League. Ruth had retired from baseball in 1935.

1961 – Wilt Chamberlain (Philadelphia Warriors) scored 60 points against the Los Angeles Lakers.

1965 – CBS acquired the rights to the NFL regular-season games in 1966 and 1967, with an option for 1968, for $18.8 million per year.

1984 – Wayne Gretzky (Edmonton Oilers) scored his 100th point in the 35th game of the season.


Next up the Independence Bowl

Yesterday was a bitter sweet day as overall it was a good day for all access clients as Reece Roberts nailed his combo (over Cincy/Duke) and cashed in on a few college hoop plays (BYU & New Mexico).

I only had 1 winner as San Jose state cashed – lost my combo on UCLA and lost a heartbreaker on Duke.

Parlay #26 lost too (UCLA & Under)..

Good news is the combo plays are currently on a 11-5 run for 68%!

Simple math guys – the cost of the combo package is $2.70 per day and you get 1 pick from me and 1 pick from Reece for a max 2 plays per day. At worst you go 0-2 and or 1-1 some days. But over the long run many 2-0 days and if you stay true to your investment and the plan you WILL MAKE MONEY!

Grab the combo package now at the top of the page and start winning today.

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Today we have 3 bowl games starting with the independence bowl as UL Monroe takes on the Ohio Bobcats. Also Rutgers vs. Virginia Tech and Minnesota against Texas Tech and a slew of Hoops.

So find a package and get started today.

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Today is Friday, December 28, 2012

Today in
Sports History

1902 – The first professional indoor football game was played at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Syracuse defeated the Philadelphia Nationals 6-0.

1918 – Georges Vezina (Montreal Canadiens) became the first NHL goalie to record an assist. The assist came on a goal by Newsy Lalonde.

1958 – The Baltimore Colts beat the New York Giants 23-17 in overtime in the NFL Championship.

1975 – The Dallas Cowboys won the NFC divisional playoff game against the Minnesota Vikings with a Hail Mary with only 24 seconds left.

2003 – New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner was released from the hospital. The previous day he had fainted at a memorial service.

2003 – Jamal Lewis (Baltimore Ravens) became the fifth NFL player to run for 2,000 yards in a season. He ended the season with 2,029 yards.

2003 – Mike Vanderjagt (Indianapolis Colts) set a new NFL record when he kicked his 41st consecutive field goal.

2003 – James Holmes (Kansas City Chiefs) set an NFL record with his 27th touchdown of the season.


3 Bowl plays & Parlay #26

3 Bowl Games going today – that means lots of winners going out to the clients today, including parlay club parlay #26

Reece Roberts & Underground Original ready to make it happen for you so come win with us as the combo selections are 7-1 the last 8 picks.

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Today in
Sports History

1980 – Calvin Murphy (Rockets) began an NBA free throw streak of 78.

1981 – Wayne Gretzky (Edmonton Oilers) became the fastest NHL player to get to 100 points in a season. It only took him 38 games.

1998 – The Dallas Cowboys became the first team to sweep all of their NFC East games in a season.

1998 – Emmitt Smith (Dallas Cowboys) set an NFL record for career touchdowns.

2000 – Mario Lemeiux (Pittsburgh Penguins) returned to the National Hockey League (NHL) as a player after over 3 years of retirement. He was the first owner-player in the modern era of pro sports. Lemieux had purchased the Pittsburgh Penguins during his retirement from playing.

2003 – New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner fainted at a memorial service. He was released from the hospital the following day.




6-0 combo run Lakers & Clippers

6-0 combo run as the Lakers & Clippers both take care of business.

Back tonight with a few more winners…

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Today in
Sports History

1908 – Texan boxer “Galveston Jack” Johnson knocked out Tommy Burns in Sydney, Australia, to become the first black boxer to win the world heavyweight title.

1917 – Harry Cameron (Toronto Maple Leafs) became the first defenseman to score four goals in a game.

1927 – The East-West Shrine football game featured numbers on both the front and back of players’ jerseys.

1928 – Johnny Weissmuller announced his retirement from amateur swimming. At the time he held all world swimming records for free-style swimming from 50 to 880 yards.

1941 – Booby Riggs won his first pro tennis game.

1968 – Ted Green (Boston Bruins) set a National League Hockey (NHL) penalty record when he recorded 3 minors, 2 majors and 2 game misconducts.

1974 – The Washington Capitals achieved their first NHL sellout.

1986 – Doug Jarvis, age 31, set a National Hockey League (NHL) record as he skated in his 916th consecutive game. Jarvis eventually set the individual record for most consecutive games played with 964.

2001 – “Ali,” starring Will Smith, opened in the U.S.

2001 – Patrick Roy (Colorado Avalanche) became the first goalie to win 500 NHL games.


Knicks – Lakers Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas to all who is reading this! Take a moment today and know you are blessed and think about the true meaning of Christmas!

I have the Knicks – Lakers winner up and ready!

Combo package plays heating back up after the sweep last night as SMU and the under cashed. Reece and I 4-0 last 4 combo picks.

Visit the Premium combo package page above and get started today and buy yourself a nice present for under $3 bucks a day!

Yours Truly
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Today in
Sports History

1894 – The University of Chicago became the first Midwestern football team to play on the west coast. U.C. defeated Stanford, 24-4, in Palo Alto, CA.

1914 – During World War I, British and German troops observed an unofficial truce and even played football together on the Western Front.

1971 – The longest pro-football game to date finally ended when Garo Yepremian kicked a field goal in the second quarter of sudden death overtime. The Miami Dolphins defeated Kansas City, 27-24. The total game time was 82 minutes and 40 seconds.

1989 – Former baseball player and manager Billy Martin died in a truck crash in Fenton, NY.


Fresno State – SMU Hawaii Bowl

Today in
Sports History

1967 – Joe Namath (New York Jets) became the first NFL quarterback to pass for 4,000 yards.

1981 – Reggie Jackson announced that he would join Gene Autry’s California Angels for the 1982 season.

2000 – 36 minutes after the end of a game, both the New England Patriots and the Miami Dolphins were called back to the playing field. The teams had to play the final 3 seconds of the game which the Dolphins had won 27-24. The end result did not change.

Tonight only 1 game in town and its the Hawaii Bowl as Fresno State takes on SMU – get this winner now at:

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