Sports betting sports books list pdf
I've managed to put together quite a library, including a couple of first-edition gambling tomes.Having collected and read just about every major sports betting book to hit the market in the past few decades, I consider myself an expert on the subject.Here are the 7 best books for sports bettors.If you aren't into the idea of collecting a library of these titles, you can read just these seven titles and get a solid education in sports betting.Sharp Sports Betting by Stanford Wong, sharp Sports Betting is a classic, a must-read for anyone even remotely serious about wagering on sports.
For some bettors, this book is the Bible.It's long, and you'll need to wade through a few pages of the basics (definitions of various bets, a glossary, etc.but it's easy to skim to the meatier chapters later.Sharp Sports Betting focuses almost exclusively on NFL football, though the lessons apply to a variety of different markets.
Stanford Wong is a pen name, by the way the real author is John Ferguson, famous for writing the book Professional Blackjack.The name Stanford Wong was chosen as a portmanteau of the author's alumni and a random Asian last name to give the whole thing "mystique.".The original version of this text appeared in 2001, but don't worry about buying the latest and greatest edition.
It's had few revisions.Some information is a little outdated ironically, most books have changed some of the ways they represent odds to prevent the techniques described in Stanford Wong's book.The Man with the 100,000 Breasts: and Other Gambling Stories by Michael Konik, most of the books on this list are educational, and (I'll admit it) a little dry.Michael Konik's book is not that.