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The Art and Science of Sports Betting Systems That Produce Profits



The statistics show that most individuals in the work force who earned a college degree earn, on average, more than their non-degree earning colleagues. The statistics also show that most individuals who pursued and acquired graduate school degrees earn more, on average, than their undergraduate degree earning colleagues. The reason? They invested in their education, learned how to apply the education they earned in their respective careers and are being compensated for their efforts. There is no better investment than in your education. When applied correctly, you too will be compensated for that investment.

I have seen it all in my day with respect to sports betting systems. Some do not work. Some are no longer relevant because of the rule changes in sports. Some sports betting systems work right away only to fail in the long run. The good news is their are plenty of excellent betting systems in existence right now. Those systems are making people TONS of money, and there are thousands of people who earn a living sport betting. I can assure you that the overwhelming majority of those who do earn a living betting sports have some type of system in place that they follow verbatim. This is how you turn the life you are currently living into the dream life you could only imagine. Implement the proper systems now and you can kiss the old you goodbye.

On the scientific side of , you can start out by breaking your bankroll into 4 blocks of $250. You are only going to work with one block to begin. You can bet 5% of that first block for any given game you bet. Once you have doubled that block, add it back to your total bankroll. Now you have $1250. Break that $1250 down into four blocks, rinse, and repeat. The percentages of your bankroll that you place on each bet is up to you but I work off of 5%. The same applies to your losing streaks–just adjust your bankroll down and work the system.

Since systems like Bookie Busters cover a multitude of sports, you can apply these systems across different sports and create multiple profit streams to accelerate your income producing venture. These systems do work and they will make you money but you won’t get there without the investment in your education. I’m no good at playing tennis because I didn’t invest any time or effort in it. I never learned it. This investment into my sports betting education was the best decision I have ever made. , when applied correctly, will make you money. The choice is yours.



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Sometimes the Best Sport Bet is the One You Never Place


If you lost that first sport bet with a bad beat read this article from start to finish before considering placing that second sport bet. I am now your voice of reason. No sports betting system in the world will save you from making a rash decision about the next bet you place just to recoup your losses from the game before. Don’t place that next sport bet….at least not this second anyway.

Sure, that beat was inconceivable. It happens. It comes with the sports betting territory. Did you freak out when Research In Motion’s stock price was cut in half? You didn’t, did you? Even though it chopped your 401k up a bit? Well then, chalk it up as one loss and one loss only. There will be even more losses just as there will be more wins–some of those wins you should never have won either. Consider yourself even.

Of all the sports betting systems I have created in my lifetime, the sports betting systems that have worked the best had nothing to do with the actual game and everything to do with how I would react to the result. Yes, there are mathematical systems that are designed to win you 60% of all of the bets you place within that system, but the most important sports betting systems will win more than they lose. I am always baffled by people who can’t seem to come to grips with this fact, but I digress. Take solace in the fact that tomorrow, you will probably come out a winner! Every you place should be met with this frame of mind.

Now, you didn’t think I was going to be THAT harsh on you, did you? There are some of you who can’t resist. I know who you are. Been there, done that. For those of you who are going to chase that loss no matter what I preach, here is a strategy. Take one third of your normal bet size and place it on the team you like in game two. This way, you have action on the game but it won’t destroy you. Do NOT chase like this every night or you will lose every sport bet in the long run.

should not be difficult, but they should be implemented in a manner that protects you from yourself when they need to. Overcome enough of those bad beats and you will come out on top every time. If you are not using a sports betting system and betting blind, well, good luck. You’re gonna need it. For those of you who have taken the initial first step of implementing systems remember–sometimes the most important sport bet is the one you don’t place.

Brendon Zahrndt has seen and done it all in his sports betting career. While every sport bet is important, your approach to the outcome matters more than the itself.


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The Constitutional Case Against the Federal Sports Gambling Ban By Ross Everitt


The Federal ban on sports betting has been blasted by anyone who knows anything about the subject for a number of different reasons. Though the US professional leagues suggest that threatens the integrity of their games, the opposite is the case. This is important because there would still be no shortage of outlets for college sport wagering, be it offshore or with your local illegal bookmaker. The professional bookmaking industry is usually where any type of compromised or fixed game is discovered. Ultimately, the true injustice of banning lies in its contempt for the Constitution.

The Congress of the United States has shown very little respect for the Constitution in recent years. Were it to abide strictly by the role outlined for it by the founding fathers, the Legislative Branch of our government would have to relinquish any number of its powers in a variety of areas. The primary problem with our Congress is that it has increasingly become a collection of career politicians rather than a body representative of its constituency. Every increase in power at the Federal level must be brought about by a usurpation of state and local sovereignty and, more alarmingly, personal liberty.

The Federal prohibition of sports wagering which was enacted a few years back is of very dubious Constitutionality. Were it not for the grandfather clause, which allowed it to remain legal in jurisdictions in which it already existed, it would have certainly been struck down as unconstitutional on a number of different fronts. Ironically, the Nevada gaming industry wasn’t too concerned at the passage of this law; indeed, they certainly liked the fact that they could go about business as usual while potential competition from other states for the sports wagering dollar was completely curtailed.

Unfortunately, the mere fact that a proposed law or initiative is unconstitutional offers little protection for the citizenry. In fact, the concept of state sovereignty is one of the most important – and most abused – in the Constitution:

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

The overriding concern of the writers and framers of the Constitution was that the personal liberty of the individual not be violated by a too-powerful central government. In other words, unless the power in question has been expressly given to the Federal government by the Constitution, and/or unless it has expressly been prohibited to the states (as in the case of treaty making) it is the right of each individual state to govern themselves as they see fit. If an individual state chooses not to regulate a certain activity, it is the right of each individual citizen to make their own decision.

So, you should be asking yourself at this point, where exactly does the Constitution delegate to the Federal government the right to make policy on sports gambling? The answer is that it doesn’t, and it is very questionable that they have the Constitutional authority to do so.

Fortunately for all freedom-loving Americans the founding fathers would beg to differ.

Sports gambling may seem a minimally important issue to some, but the erosion of liberty is an incremental danger. The danger to broader concepts of personal liberty may seem a million miles away, but with each additional law intended to protect us from this or that the Federal government becomes larger and more powerful and the rights of the sovereign states “and the individuals that comprise them” are shrinking and being weakened.

Ross Everett is a freelance writer experienced in travel, poker and . He is a staff handicapper for Anatta Sports where he is responsible for providing daily . In his spare time he enjoys fine dining, fencing and scuba diving. He lives in Southern Nevada with four dogs and a pet coyote.

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Golden Systems Bookie Buster is a sports betting newbie’s dream

Sports betting systems, no matter the strategy, are vital to longevity in sports betting. If implemented correctly, such as the ones discussed here, will produce the profits you are looking for.

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John Morrison the Sports Betting Champ’s Systems…97% Win Rate??


If it looks like you know what and it smells like you know what…….etc etc.  While I would venture to say that it is impossible to go 97% all you have to do is go into every sports betting forum on the internet to see that there are a lot of people using these sports betting systems.  There must be something that works with the so I would not pass up an opportunity to make money.  Of all of the sports betting systems that exist today this system is the most discussed and probably the most widely used.  Every sports betting forum that is worth it’s weight in gold has multiple forum topics on the Sports Betting Champ and the systems he uses.  My suggestion?  Buy it.  Once you have figured out how to use them, manipulate the systems based on your sports betting preferences and your systems will turn out, well, golden.


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