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Saturday, October 31, 2009

Bob Akmens BASports Football Picks

A lot of questions have come in about Bob Akmens of BASports. Cy McCormick of the online betting syndicate MasterLockLine says that Akmens is better than most. “He’s currently 17th ranked in college football this year and 43rd in the NFL.”
Overall based on winning percentage he is 22nd in college and pro football combined, 33rd in units won.”
McCormick said that while he’s not in the same league as Phil Steele of Northcoast Sports, Joe Duffy of GodsTips, Stevie Vincent of BetOnSports360, or Dr. Bob of Doctor Bob Sports, he is one of the few who wins more than he loses.
McCormick monitors Bob Akmens plays on the power of 620 sports services behind every selection, the MasterLockLine. But he says the reason who partnered with is that they are the only portal that “puts winning ahead of everything else.”
McCormick has been approached by other entities and he also pitched his concept to many, but “Everyone else was concerned on my ability to sell the picks. Some asked me for ad copy to see how well I could hype. Others wanted me to do auditions for the TV and/or radio spots. was literally the only portal that said it’s the quality of the product that matters and everything else will fall into place.”
Some sites have one or two decent handicappers, but only has three of the best in GodsTips, Stevie Vincent, and Matt Rivers. Spartan is good on, Indian Cowboy of Doc’s Sports is good at football. Scott Spreitzer of the Proline Show is not bad in basketball once conference play begins, but for pure profits has the highest threshold bar none to appear on their site.
Guys like Al McMordie and Mark Lawrence are good with stats, but Grandmaster sports handicapper Joe Duffy of GodsTips and Phil Steele of Northcoast Sports are the only two in the NFL who combine the numbers with football handicapping acumen.

Adam Meyer is a good sales guy and so is Brandon Lang, Wayne Root (who is having his best year ever in college football betting) and others. “But the best picks sell themselves as has proven since evolving from the early days of scorephones.

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