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Sports Betting Weekly Recap – 7/28/20

Sports Betting Weekly Recap – 7/28/20

“The New Normal.”  That phrase has been uttered a lot since the world was hit with the pandemic this past spring. What does it mean? Well, it means patrolling the produce aisle at the grocery store wearing a medical mask. It means standing across the street as you catch up with your neighbor. It means home schooling and camping in the backyard. It also applies across the sports world. We have seen golf courses with no galleries and baseball stadiums littered with cardboard cutouts for fans. The outbreak within the Marlins organization triggered the cancellation of MLB games. Let’s hope that is a trend that does not continue. On the other hand, we are grateful in life and in sports for what we do have. It felt great to have an active betting board this past week for the first time in months. And there is more to come! Sports Betting Weekly Recap - July 28, 2020 The NBA starts this week with all games to be played in Orlando’s Disneyworld complex without fans. The 22...

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MLB Primer – Sports Betting Picks for the Condensed 2020 Baseball Season

MLB Primer – Sports Betting Picks for the Condensed 2020 Baseball Season

The best part of MLB’s Opening Day always has been the trip down nostalgia lane. Baseball was my first sports love and, to this day, still is my favorite sporting event to attend. Nothing compares to spending an afternoon in the stands watching the Boys of Summer play 9. While my father was a die hard Yankees fan, you know by now that my loyalty starts and ends with my bankroll. Betting baseball, and doing it successfully, is the very definition of a grind. This season, that grind will be condensed like no season before it. This year has brought uncertainty and the winds of change to the world in general and to the world of sports alike. Major League Baseball exemplifies that change. First, the regular season will be 60 games, as opposed to the usual 162. Teams will only play other teams in their division (40 games) and in their inter-league division (20 games).  Without fans in the stands, you may think that the intensity level will drop. In my view, a shortened season means every...

Krackin’ The Top 5: TV Series

Krackin’ The Top 5: TV Series

As we adjust to quarantine life and prepare for the “new normal” that awaits us, our everyday routine has brought us closer to our living rooms and our remote controls.  It may be monotonous, but we should remind ourselves that it could be worse.  Imagine being ordered to stay at home during the time of the Spanish Flu that paralyzed the country in 1918.  Imagine how your days would be spent before the era of television, mobile devices, and the internet.   It was a simpler time, which is not necessarily a bad thing.  One could argue people spent more quality time with their families before those technologies.  I remember earlier days of playing cards with my entire family.  Although we only played for pennies, those games remain some of my memories that I always cherish and will never forget.   That said, we now live in this technology era.  During this quarantine, without family around (other than of course my wonderful wife), I have gone back in time and binge-watched some of my...

Groundhog Day

Groundhog Day

The classic Bill Murray movie, “Groundhog Day” is a favorite of mine and millions of others. People love watching Murray make his way through this fantasy-world scenario where everything is the same every day. Beneath the surface, this fantastical movie reflects interesting realities right now. There have been a lot of witty social media memes around the “Groundhog Day” nature of being sheltered in place and its repetitive daily nature. That viewpoint centers on Murray’s surreal experience as an out of towner trapped and experiencing the same day on loop.

Why I Started KrackWins

Why I Started KrackWins

Sports betting may be the only industry in the world where people call themselves “professionals” that simply are not.  If someone says they are a “professional” basketball player, but actually plays in the local Church League, what would you say?  If someone said they were a “professional” pilot but never went to flight school, would you get on their plane?  Of course not.  Similarly, you shouldn’t take betting advice from someone who doesn’t wager for a living. I’ve seen the bottom of the barrel in the industry.  I have encountered scores of people, including friends and family, who have lost their livelihood based on poor information.  With state legalization advancing every month, there are more fakes and fugazi’s popping up every day that are hurting people while at the same time giving my profession a bad name and a black eye.  The difference is that in the past, these folks surfed on an undercurrent, in the shadows. Now, everyone is in plain sight, preying on all the new folks...

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More States Equals Big Opportunity for Bettors

More States Equals Big Opportunity for Bettors

When I first moved to Vegas, I had six different unique companies to wager with in Downtown alone, not to mention over a dozen more spots on the Strip.  Oh how times have changed.  Currently, there are only a handful of places that take my action...

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