I've not only been surviving but thriving as a professional sports bettor over the past seven years in Las Vegas. I've overcome the long odds and have had
great success because I'm always working on improving myself as a handicapper. My improvement comes from keeping meticulous notes and taking the time to
review my overall records for each of the five sports that I wager on.
These past records show that Major League Baseball has been my most profitable sport overall. With a red-hot start to the 2015 MLB season, it's looking like this will be my sixth winning season out of seven overall betting on baseball. Last year I jumped out of the gates a winner on opening day and stayed ahead all season long as we went 'wire-to-wire' showing a profit for the entire 2014 MLB season (meaning I was ahead overall at the end of every single day betting on baseball). My clients and I never once had to bet with our own money during the season, but instead we played with our profits only, and what a huge stress relief that was. Baseball is also the sport where I posted my single best season ever for any sport as my followers betting just $100 a unit made over $8,000 of profit with my 2011 MLB selections.
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Here are the top four reasons that make baseball the easiest sport for a sports bettor to beat:
1) The math behind it proves it's the easiest. From blackjack, keno, roulette, craps and every single type of sports wager, the casino knows exactly what their expected 'hold' percentage is based off of the edge that they have on a bet.
Look at the sports betting board and you'll see that the books charge the lowest 'juice' when it comes to MLB sides. Many sports books deal what's called a "dime line' when booking MLB bets, meaning there's just ten cents of combined juice on both sides of a game. If a baseball game is lined as 'even' and has a dime line this is what it looks like:
Team A (-105) at Team B (-105)
Compare this to a point spread sport like basketball or football and those games look like this:
Team A pick'em (-110) at Team B pick'em (-110).
The sports books have a 4.5 percent edge when they charge -110 juice for both sides of a game but their edge is nearly reduced in half to just 2.4 percent overall on a baseball line with just 10 cents of combined juice (a dime line). Most Las Vegas bookmakers will tell you that out of all the major sports, they make their lowest profit margins for the season booking baseball.
2) MLB has the largest volume of games during its season. The 30 MLB teams each play 162 regular-season games a year while an NFL regular season consists of 32 teams each playing 16 games. That's a total of only 256 NFL regular-season games played a year overall. It takes 10 season's worth of NFL games to finally surpass the amount of games that are played in just one season of MLB. It's a lot easier to find quality wagers from over 2,400 MLB games to choose bets from than it is from the 256 NFL contests.
3) Major League Baseball has the best statistical information available when you compare it to what is out there in all the other sports. The advanced statistics compiled in baseball these days gives handicappers a more accurate view of a player's overall skill level. Having this type of information makes it a lot easier to forecast how well a player/team will perform in the future.
4) The MLB betting market moves slow. Were getting new information every day in MLB due to all of the games played on a weekly/monthly/yearly basis. All of these games means there's more changes happening at a faster rate than the other sports. Change is a handicapper's best friend. By being proactive early in the baseball season you can gain an edge. That's the main reason that I've won over $13,000 in profits during the first two months (April/May) of the past three MLB seasons. I look for players whose skill levels will change the most from year to year. Starting pitchers in the 20-26 year-old age range have the most upside potential due to having played in the fewest amount of career games overall. Most MLB handicappers don't place enough weight into how much improvement these younger players have early in a new baseball season.
There's no better value here at Doc's Sports than our yearly MLB season package. I release 1-2 MLB plays nearly every day during the seven-month-long baseball season. These plays are the exact same MLB plays that I'm wagering on myself. Baseball has been my top sport overall, the one that I've earned my highest percentage of yearly profits from as a professional sports bettor. I'm coming off my best year ever overall in 2014 as I won my $100-a-unit clients $9,000 in profits for the year. Some of my very biggest clients made as much as 10x that amount by doing nothing but placing bets every day and then collecting on their winnings. Join me this baseball season and beyond and see for yourself just how easy it can be to make money betting on sports!! Check out my Insider's Page for more information on my service. And Click Here for a $60 free credit to use on my picks and try them out with no obligation (new clients only).
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