12 ways to beat your bookie

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Starting as a teenager, he ran bets for a local bookmaker on Wall Street for 10 years before moving to Florida to work full-time in the thoroughbred horseracing industry. In , he started as a sportsbook writer in Las Vegas casinos, working his way up to manager at the Desert Inn, one of the city s top 10 sportsbooks. Tony still lives in Las Vegas, where over the last several years he has earned the reputation as one of the best sports handicappers in the country, making his exclusive picks available to gamblers via the Internet at He can be reached at Nelson Williams, who splits his time between New York City and Los Angeles, is a writer and editor who has covered sports and other topics for newspapers and magazines for 20 years. Sonny, who ran the Hole in the Wall Sportsbook at the old Castaways Casino from to and developed the city's first NFL handicapping contest, took me under his wing at the Rio, teaching me the ins and outs of the gambling business. The sharpest bettor I have ever met, Sonny showed me many of the strategies that I incorporate in my 12 Money-Management Programs, and his influence continues to color every pick I make as a professional handicapper. Howard took time out of his busy schedule to share some of his own ideas how to make my book even better and gave me the encouragement to go forward with this project.
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7 Ways to Beat Your Bookie this Season

Written by Steve Finch on August 29, Thanks for contacting us, We will call you shortly. Bookies always win, or so I thought. Take the time to educate yourself, make smarter players and avoid falling into the traps that scoop up so many dollars. Year-in and year-out, I made the weekly minute trek to Vegas, never expecting to do anything more than have a little extra fun among friends. So last season, with my limited budget, I got serious about which games I played. I started looking deeper into the games, researching stats, trends and anything else that could impact a result.

Starting as a teenager, he ran bets for a local bookmaker on Wall Street for 10 years before moving to Florida to work full-time in the thoroughbred horseracing industry. In , he started as a sportsbook writer in Las Vegas casinos, working his way up to manager at the Desert Inn, one of the citys top 10 sportsbooks. Tony still lives in Las Vegas, where over the last several years he has earned the reputation as one of the best sports handicappers in the country, making his exclusive picks available to gamblers via the Internet at www. He can be reached at learnhowtobet msn. Nelson Williams, who splits his time between New York City and Los Angeles, is a writer and editor who has covered sports and other topics for newspapers and magazines for 20 years. He can be reached at nelsonwilliams excite. If it werent for Sonny Reizner, my former boss at the Rio and Desert Inn sportsbooks in Las Vegas, you wouldnt be reading this book today.

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Let us tell you Gambling is, by its very nature, a risk-ridden way to fill your time or even to try and make money. But, when done sensibly, it can also be a fun and exciting addition to watching sport. But how do you make the most of your bet? It's not just about which football team has won their last six games but how well they have really played offensively and defensively.

U ntil September last year, I had never really gambled. Some of my friends would bet on the football, and I could see how it could add an extra dimension to watching the game. That was all about to change. I was going to take everything I had learnt about the mathematics of football and apply it to a real-life situation. I was determined to use maths to beat the bookies.

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