Originally Posted by cadillac pete. Originally Posted by Dark Horse. Originally Posted by reno cool. I'd like to add two books which I found very enlightening when I read them a few years ago: Try Mike Rhodens and Roxys sportsbook management book I actually worked for a short time with Mike in the last 80's.
There isn't such a book What are your best resources for betting? Not necesarily books, it could be websites or people you trail. This one is mine. First chapter - money management. Originally Posted by Grux. Originally Posted by Joe Guy. Originally Posted by Glitch. Originally Posted by Peep.
There are numerous good books, and several have been mentioned here already. Some, like Dan Gordons book gets very technical. Others go in different directions. One thing that I find most important is developing a good money management system.
That has to be first and formost. Once you have that in place, you can dive into the details and fine tune your systems. After you develop a good money management system, you must learn how to control your wagering. You must learn self discipline and self control. If you do not have a good money management system and have excellent self control and self discipline, all the knowledge in the world will not help you.
BTP Week 1 pts. Yes, but - I'm new, the website isn't completed yet and I'm not touting here, just giving my book away. I hope This is ok. Glitch, what a great book, I did not think anyone in this forum read it.
One of his most well-known accomplishments is Gambling Wizards. This book apart from offering betting insight it also presents invigorating candid conversations that are both educational and entertaining.
Konik perfectly chronicles the high roller, the debased gamblers and the sports betting hustlers in between. This book, from cover to cover is riddled with unbelievable stories of various high profile bettors and most importantly the paths they chose to get there.
This book adopts a more formal tone, considered as a book which takes the time to get through and not a light read. This book is intended for the more disciplined bettor and a staple for a sports betting enthusiast. This is a great book to predict matches result both for the NFL and also for any soccer events throughout the year.
Beth Raymer wrote this book after spending 4 consecutive years as a pay and collect agent for a bookie. This book is considered more of a memoir and you get a clear insight of the sports betting world which comes across more like an abyss. A business professor by trade, Wayne. L Winston is an MIT- educated operations research specialist who also happens to be the producer one of the most unparalleled sports betting texts yet to be written.
He applies mathematics that one can easily recognise and understand. He poses the statistical and probability-related questions that any sports bettors could potentially have. The author also moves on to expose the various long-standing sports betting beliefs and the truth to debunk them all. As far as betting goes, this book offers over above that.
This book is a recommended tool in your sports betting education. This text is a smooth transition into concepts relating to probability and risk. He explains why it is so challenging to predict the outcomes of our bets.