Search This Blog

Thursday, July 30, 2015

WOR Radio: Stu Feiner

Yes terrestrial radio is on the decline thanks in part to podcasts such as the sports betting podcast with Grandmaster Sports Handicapper Joe Duffy. CBS Radio has let go many of their most popular hosts and replaced with infomercials.

Tout Stu Feiner is said to have purchased 13 weeks of radio time on WOR-AM, once the most powerful and influential radio stations in the country. Will the appropriately named John R. Gambling and Dr. Bernard Meltzer roll over in their graves?

For the best sports picks and sports picks info, be sure to check out  

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Sports Betting: How Can You Mend A Broken Heart?

Back when the Internet was just a baby in diapers, I wrote betting strategy articles on most of the respected sports betting sites. Several webmasters and editors told me how I was one of the few, in most cases the only handicapper who added insight on how to win betting with Marathonbet UK.
Every other wannabe handicapper wanted to publish a stereotypical money management article in which they often showed they did not understand money management. Others would scribble a hackneyed, grammatical disaster saying, “bet with your head, not your heart.” 

While the cautioning is as accurate as it is overstating the obvious, a much more valuable piece of advice is comparable: don’t not bet because of a broken heart. That is not a double negative. Do not be the person who says, “I just cannot bet on a game involving the Pittsburgh Steelers. I never get them right” or they can never bet on or against a certain team because they always lose.
Further interrogation reveals this conclusion is generally reached after a mere four or five setbacks. This is not exactly a statistically conclusive reason to self-diagnose an allergic reaction to a specific squad betting with Marathonbet global.

When a gambler insists, “One week they look great and I bet on them.” So often I have heard the ending many times before as they continue in predictable fashion, “They look horrible and get crushed. So next game I bet against them and they look great.” In many situations the gambler may have unknowingly stumbled upon a “predictably unpredictable” team, a true professional gambling goldmine.