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by Stanford Wong


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Sharp Sports Betting - Stanford Wong. Sharp Sports Betting is a tool for those interested in winning money at sports betting. Chapter 1. How to place bets. This book explains the most common sports bets, what all the numbers mean, and the mathematics behind the numbers. Sports bettors have their own lingo. If you are new to sports betting, you will appreciate the glossary at the back of the book. The first half of the book contains general information about betting that applies to all sports

John Ferguson (born 1943), known by his pen name, Stanford Wong, is a gambling author best known for his book Professional Blackjack, first published in 1975.

John Ferguson (born 1943), known by his pen name, Stanford Wong, is a gambling author best known for his book Professional Blackjack, first published in 1975. Wong has appeared on TV multiple times as a blackjack tournament contestant or as a gambling expert

Sharp Sports Betting book. Sharp Sports Betting explains the logic and math of sports bets, including such exotic bets as parlays, teasers, and props.

Sharp Sports Betting book.

Sharp Sports Betting explains the logic and math of sports bets, including such exotic bets as parlays, teasers, and props.

Sharp Sports Betting explains the logic and math of sports bets, including such exotic bets as parlays, teasers . Still a great book, Wong teasers still make money. I haven't seen many sportsbetting books in the years since this was written and certainly none that have been worth reading.

A very down to earth, start at the beginning of sports betting book. A good guideline for both the novice and professional. There are many tables of NFL data. A very down to earth, start at the beginning of sports betting book. The bible of sports gambling. com User, October 9, 2005. Stanford Wong wrote the single best volume for the beginner to intermediate sports bettor (with an emphasis on football).

Sharp Sports Betting is a classic, a must-read for anyone even remotely serious about wagering on sports. 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. For some bettors, this book is the Bible. It's had few revisions. 190 Pages · 2009 · . 9 MB · 1,021 Downloads ·English. The beauty of a living thing is not the atoms that go into it, but the way those atoms are put together.

Sharp Sports Betting explains the logic and math of sports bets, including such exotic bets as parlays, teasers, and props. Lots of NFL data.

Comments: (7)

Saithi
Buddies have given me a new nickname since reading this Book, Wet-N-Wild 8-Ball WiseGuy Willy because I been staying up all night with the help of my 8-balls and Picking winners like a true Vegas wise guy since reading it. Love action love it
Camper
Still a great book, Wong teasers still make money. I haven't seen many sportsbetting books in the years since this was written and certainly none that have been worth reading. This book alone made me 30 units one NFL season so I felt obligated to write a long-overdue review.
Olelifan
Classic book for serious sports gamblers. Even non-gamblers who love the NFL will find this interesting. The math portions are well written and easy to comprehend even for non-math wizards like me. Casinos are already on to Wong teasers, so you will likely find it difficult to implement the teaser system as there are fewer and fewer games that meet the criteria.
Tiainar
Stanford Wong wrote the single best volume for the beginner to intermediate sports bettor (with an emphasis on football). The book teaches the basics of sportsbetting, terminology, understanding odds, and methods to make bets that should win in the long-term. This is an excellent primer on someone who is serious about making money from sports.

The material is slightly dated - internet betting has made the sports markets more efficient. Notwithstanding this, most of the material is still useful (notable exceptions are trends of super bowl teams, and some underdog analysis).

There is a recurring emphasis on mathematics, which any solid gambling book should have. Additionally, the book has several charts that are invaluable to sports bettors. It has frequences of pushes for NFL against different spreads, as well as different totals (these have not changed significantly since the book was published). Additionally, it has odds charts for Poisson distributions for 1 and 2 variables. While an advanced gambler could generate all these charts themselves, this book still saves the newer gamblers many hours - and the book is worth it for these alone.

If you are serious about gambling to win (which means you are willing to put in long hours, and are very disciplined), there are a few other books you might consider: any of Stanford Wong's Blackjack Books; Larry Seidel's "Investing in College Basketball" and Don Pesynski's "Win more-- lose less!".
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I've read my share of gambling books. This one is one of the very best.
Vuzahn
This book is just a simple compilation of an average bookie's 'rules and tips'. It's useful only when you just newbie in betting/online betting, then it will be yours 'The first complete guide to betting'. I don't think that an expereinced gambler will find something new in it. Some rules of betting (US sports oriented), odds definition, introduction to online gambling - the only information you will find in it.
GWEZJ
Lots of helpful charts. A little too much on prop betting, only for suckers. All in all I'm glad I bought it.
Well thought out, sheds a lot of light on the basics of real life probability math.
Sharp Sports Betting download epub
Puzzles & Games
Author: Stanford Wong
ISBN: 0935926240
Category: Humor & Entertainment
Subcategory: Puzzles & Games
Language: English
Publisher: Pi Yee Pr (September 1, 2001)
Pages: 380 pages