What are handicappers?

We are a group of experienced bettors who provide clients with the best plays at the best rates.

How many picks do you get per day?

There are not a set number of picks for each night. It will depend on your current package and the time of year. If we have 8 plays that fit our system we send 8 picks. If we only have 3 plays we only send 3. The last thing we want to do is give you picks that don't give you the best odds to win. The number of picks can vary anywhere from 3-20.

Do you have an active record for all sports?

Yes we have current records for each sport. We will post weekly and monthly updates of current records for each sport. Check any of our social media sites for our current yearly, monthly, and weekly records.

Which sports do you provide?

NCAAFB, NFL, MLB, NHL, NCAABB, MLS, UFC, Tennis, Golf, Boxing, and most other soccer leagues.

What is your winning percentage?

​ Our current record for this year on all sports is 58%. We finished last year with a 61.4% win rate.  *We do not play bets with high-juiced games, high of a risk for a small reward.

Where do I place my bets?

It is up to you where you place your bets. There are plenty of online betting sites. We do not place bets for the clients; our service is on giving the member the best picks for the lowest risked plays to help you put money back in your pocket.

What are some basic betting/gambling terms I should be aware of?

ATS- ATS ("against the [point] spread"): If a team is 5-2 ATS, it means it has a 5-2 record against the point spread, or more commonly referred to simply as the "spread."

 

Bad beat: Losing a bet you should have won. It's especially used when the betting result is decided late in the game to change the side that covers the spread. Also used in poker, such as when a player way ahead in the expected win percentage loses on the river (last card).

 

High roller: A high-stakes gambler.

 

Unit- A “unit” in sports betting is a measurement of the size of someone's bet. ... Because basic sports betting strategy tells us that you should be bettingsomewhere between 1-5% of your bankroll on each wager, it is generally accepted that a unit is equal to approximately 1% of your bankroll.

 

Lock: A guaranteed win in the eyes of the person who made the wager.

 

Proposition (or prop) bet: A special or exotic wager that's not normally on the betting board, such as which team will score first or how many yards a player will gain. Sometimes called a "game within a game." These are especially popular on major events, with the Super Bowl being the ultimate prop betting event.

 

Teaser Bets- A teaser bet is a bit of a parlay bet, which allows players to reduce their risk. A teaser bet offers the opportunity to bet on point spreads or game totals, and then “tease” or adjust the line to give them a better chance of winning.

 

Pick 'em: A game with no favorite or underdog. The point spread is zero, and the winner of the game is also the spread winner.

 

Over/Under-  Total points scored by a team or in a game.  For example the Over/Under for the UGA/Auburn game may be 76 points.   You either bet if they will score over that many points or under that many points. The over/under can also apply for an individual team or player.  For example, the over/under for Jake Fromm completions may be 7.  

 

Point spread (or just "spread"): The number of points by which the supposed better team is favored over the underdog.

For instance Falcons -6 means that the Falcons are projected to win by more than six points. If you bet on Falcons -6 they MUST win by MORE than 6 points.

If you bet on Pittsburgh +3.5 you need Pittsburgh to win OR lose by less than 3.5 points.

 

Buying points: Some bookies or sportsbooks will allow customers to alter the set line and then adjust odds. For example, a bettor might decide he wants to have his team as a 3-point underdog instead of the set line of 2.5. He has then "bought" half a point, and the odds of his bet will be changed.

 

Cover: The betting result on a point-spread wager. For a favorite to cover, it has to win by more than the spread; an underdog covers by winning outright or losing by less than the spread.

 

Futures bet: A long-term wager that typically relates to a team's season-long success. Common futures bets include betting a team to win a championship at the beginning of a season, or betting whether the team will win or lose more games than a set line at the start of the season.

Example a future pick of Michigan winning under 9.5 games. If they win more than 9.5 over the course of the season you lose if you bet the under. These have to be placed at the beginning of the year.

 

Hedging: Betting the opposing side of your original bet, to either ensure some profit or minimize potential loss. This is typically done with futures bets, but can also be done on individual games with halftime bets or in-game wagering.

 

Money line (noun), money-line (modifier): A bet in which your team only needs to win. The point spread is replaced by odds. A - sign in front of a number means that team is favored and you recieve less payout. A + sign in front of the odds means that team is an “underdog” and you will receive a higher a payout for what you bet.

Example.

Michigan is playing Ohio State

Michigan is +140 which indicates they are the underdog. If you bet 100 dollars and win you would win 140% (+140) of what you wagered so you would be paid out 140 dollars

Ohio State is -160 which indicates they are the favorite. If you bet 100 dollar on them to win straight up your payout is only about 60 dollars.

 

Parlay: A wager in which multiple teams are bet, either against the spread or on the money line. For the wager to win (or pay out), all of them must cover/win. The more teams you bet, the greater the odds and payout.