How To Make Money In Sports Betting
For those who are the newcomers in sports betting, How To Make Money In Sports Betting is a good introduction to learn the terminology and the way how betting works.
This 35-minute audiobook, produced by HTe Books, keeps things down to a very simplistic level, making it ideal for those who have just started out in the somehow overwhelming world of betting on sports. This book will provide you with the tools to begin down the path to become a world-class professional sports bettor.
Sharp Sports Betting
This gambling book is considered as a must-read for the newcomer to sports betting. Author Stanford Wong deeply explains the world of the sports bettors by covering the basics over the first few chapters and then delving deeply into the best betting strategies as well as explaining how betting outcomes tend to play out and how the gambling odds are determined.
This is one of the most informative books for sports betting, especially for those who plan to take your sports betting pursuit seriously. And you are going to spend your real money on betting, so why not you take it seriously?
The Signal And The Noise
Author Nate Silver is most famous for operating the website Five Thirty-Eight, focusing on opinion polls, economics, politics, and sports. The statistical analysis he uses to determine the winner of an election can also be used to predict the outcome of a pennant race.
In The Signal And The Noise, Silver combines historical data and statistical analysis, and uses it to determine the outcome of sporting events. He shows trends and patterns that will reveal if a prediction pattern is legit, or simply much white noise that the masses are following such as lambs to slaughter.