World's Best Handicappers - Doc's Sports Handicapping Service
by Doc's Sports - 9/23/2013
From Las Vegas to Lower Manhattan, from Miami to Madison – if you go anywhere in the country where people are betting on sports, they know the name Doc’s Sports.
Doc’s Sports Services is the standard bearer in the professional handicapping industry. The company has been beating the sportsbooks for over 40 years, a measure of longevity that is unparalleled. Doc’s has become a titan in the sports information business because of a rigid adherence to the most basic principles of sports betting and customer service: honesty, integrity, hard work, and smart money management decisions for our clients.
It also helps that Doc’s Sports has a roster stocked with some of the world’s best handicappers, and they offer you a level of talent and a proven track record of success that no other sports handicapping service can match.
“The most important thing for bettors to keep in mind is that betting sports is a long-term commitment, and it is a process,” said Robert Ferringo, one of the premier talents in the sports betting industry and a Doc’s Sports Advisory Board handicapper. “Anyone can have a winning week or even a winning month. But what sets Doc’s apart is that so many of our handicappers are able to have consistent, sustainable success over such a wide variety of sports and over such a long period of time.
“Don’t let anyone tell you that the books are the only ones who make money betting. With patience and good money management, bettors can see returns in this market that guys on Wall Street would die for.”
We want to help our clients any way we can. So here are four tips from some of the world’s best handicappers:
Tip No. 1: “Always look for key motivational edges that may not be reflected in the spreads.”
Doc’s Sports has been releasing winners and boosting bankrolls for nearly a half-century, with consistent production in college and NFL football, college basketball, NBA, NHL and Major League Baseball. They have a team of specialists that are solely dedicated to each individual sport, which results in year-round coverage and, ultimately, boatloads of profit.
One of the ways in which they beat the books is by finding emotional edges for teams, especially in college sports.
“You always want to go against a college football favorite on the road that is coming off a big victory the previous week,” said Max, Doc’s Sports ace football and college basketball handicapper. “And at the end of the season, don’t be afraid to lay big numbers against teams that have either thrown in the towel or have a lame-duck coach.”
Featuring only the best of the best, Doc’s has posted some of the most eye-popping full-season profit numbers around, topping the hallowed $10,000 mark – essentially doubling their clients bankrolls in one season – in the NBA, college basketball and MLB in recent years. There is not a single other service in the nation that has as much experience and respect in the marketplace as Doc’s Sports.
Tip No. 2: “Gambling isn’t magic, it is math. And money management is the most important fundamental that bettors need to understand.”
Robert Ferringo is among the world’s best college basketball handicappers and has posted five consecutive winning college hoops seasons. His nonconference college basketball production alone has banked his clients nearly $50,000 in profit during that stretch, and he is elite.
Bettors should wager, on average, between two and four percent of their bankroll on any given game. All situations and all bets are not created equal, so the size of wagers should vary. But is important not to risk too much of your money in any one game, even though average bettors can easily get suckered into trying to “bet big” and overexposing their bankroll.
“You aren’t going to win every single bet you make, so don’t even try,” said Ferringo. “But if you stick to solid principles, like betting against teams in let down and look ahead situations, and if you are smart about how you scale your bets, then over the long term you are going to win more than you lose and you are going to turn a profit in the long-term.”
The Ferringo Method, his completely unique approach to sports investing, has helped Robert become the preeminent long-term profit earner in the nation, with his all-sports clients raking in over $48,000 in just the last three years alone.
Robert has earned five of six winning NFL seasons, four straight winning NHL seasons, three straight winning NBA seasons, and five of seven winning MLB seasons. He is an accomplished Triple Crown horse racing capper, and when you add in his new KING System in college football, Robert is a one-man wrecking crew for his clients.
“If you make a bet and you lose, it is important to look back and see why you lost,” Ferringo said. “Were you just completely wrong about a team or situation, or did something fluky sink your bet?Try to keep emotion out of it. If the loss was a fluke then don’t be afraid to jump right back on that team in their next game. The public and the books get so wrapped up in just wins and losses instead of looking at how and why teams are winning and losing. That creates value for the bettors.
“If you are smart and consistent about how much you are wagering then you can absorb the losses and exploit these situations to your overall benefit for years.”
Tip No. 3: “To beat the oddsmakers you have to become an oddsmaker.”
Allen Eastman is one of the most accomplished and most experienced football bettors in the country. With nearly 30 years in the industry as a bookie, bettor and handicapper, Eastman has understanding of every facet of the sports gambling business. His renowned NFL 411 System is the best pro football betting system in the world, hitting over 62 percent the past five years while earning clients $21,800 in winnings.
“You need to make a line for a game before the week starts,” said Eastman. “Do that before you look at the spreads that the books release. Then compare your numbers to the books numbers and look for the games where there is the biggest difference and then try to figure out why. Those are the games where you are going to find the most value, and after a while you’ll be able to predict what the numbers are going to do.”
Eastman has 16 of 19 winning NFL seasons, and what sets him apart is the fact that he not only releases his plays, but also bets on every single one of the selections he releases to his clients. In that way, signing up with Eastman is a true partnership in profit. Between 2008 and 2012 Eastman turned an overall profit in 14 of 16 sports seasons he released picks for.
Tip No. 4: “Don’t ignore the past, but don’t always follow the trends. Your gut and your heart are going to work out a lot better in situations.”
Raphael Esparza, also known as The Vegas Sports Informer, is one of the most consistent and versatile sports handicappers in the nation. For nearly 15 years Esparza was a sportsbook manager at some of Las Vegas’s largest books. He has a network of sources and insiders in the gambling industry that is second to none, and his position “behind the counter” has given him an insight into sports betting that few people in the country have.
“Always look at the betting percentages and try to see who the public is betting on,” said Esparza. “You either want to stay away from the games with lopsided action or you want to bet the other way.”
Esparza is a machine, turning reliable profits with his college and pro football, college basketball, NBA and WNBA, NHL, MLB and soccer selections. He is at the top of the list for the world’s best NBA handicappers as he has earned an unbelievable seven consecutive winning pro hoops seasons.
“Don’t forget to shop around at different sportsbooks to make sure that you find the best line,” Esparza added. “The difference can be one or two points, and that can make a big difference over the long run.”
Doc’s Sports Services is a colossus in the sports information industry and sets the standard by which all other companies should be judged. From their exceptional service to their world-class talent, Doc’s Sports has been the world’s best handicapping service for the past 40-plus years and will stay on top of the mountain for another 40-plus years.
“Gambling is a very personal thing,” Ferringo added. “You want to get as much information as you can, and you want to hear different opinions. But at the end of the day, it is your money and your bet. You are the one who is going to enjoy the win or suffer the loss, so don’t worry about anyone else. Don’t just follow the crowd, and don’t be afraid to go against the conventional wisdom.”
Follow these tips and it should help put you on a path for long-term success in the betting market.
Doc’s Sports is offering $60 worth of member’s picks absolutely free – no obligation, no sales people – you don’t even have to enter credit card information. You can use this $60 credit any way you please for any handicapper and any sport on Doc’s Sports Advisory Board list of expert sports handicappers. Click here for more details and take advantage of this free $60 picks credit today.
Most Recent Sports Handicapping
- Iowa Based Sports Bar Liaison – Dinner and Drinks on Us!
- XFL Predictions Week 6: Free Picks from Expert Handicapper
- Boxing Betting Strategy and Expert Tips for Knocking Out Your Sportsbook
- New Football League AAF: Use Caution When Betting
- Canelo vs. GGG Odds: Expert Betting Predictions for Saturday's Rematch
- Canelo vs. GGG 2: Expert Predictions with Odds and Betting Analysis
- How to Bet Boxing: Advice from Experts on Wagering and Handicapping Fights
- Johnny Manziel in the CFL Betting Props Odds with Expert Predictions
- Doc's Sports Announces Addition of 25-Yr Handicapper, ESPN Contributor Scott Spreitzer
- 2018 Winter Olympics Wagering Advice and Tips: Bets to Avoid