NEW EPISODE: my sports betting podcast Wise Kracks Episode 15 is live now. Today on the show me and my co-host Jon Orlando are joined by former SD (LA) Chargers team doctor, David J. Chao. The doc...
NEW EPISODE: my sports betting podcast Wise Kracks Episode 14 is live now. Every week me and co-host Jon Orlando help listeners get an inside look at sports betting and advantage gambling. Sports...
Anyone who tells you they have the sports betting game figured out, don’t buy it for a second. I have been doing this professionally for nearly three decades and I continue to learn every day. One of the most important lessons I have learned is that no matter how skilled you become as a handicapper, you will always have good and bad runs. The key is to put yourself in the best position possible before the game/event starts and then let the chips fall where they may. Last week heading into the NBA Draft was a perfect example of that methodology.
As the Golden State Warriors celebrated their fourth championship in the last eight years, many believed that the “slow season” for sports action had officially begun. As our members know, that is far from the case at KrackWins. The NBA season may be over, but we continue to cover the board to find advantages all summer long on PGA, NASCAR, MLB, WNBA, College Baseball and more.
We’re only one show away from our 100th episode! To celebrate, we’ve got a jam-packed episode of Wise Kracks for you!
We break down the PGA Tour and the LIV Golf Invitational Series and discuss why golfers are starting to flock to LIV and if it’s a long-term play.
Being a long term successful professional sports bettor requires a number of different qualities – patience, determination, and a strong stomach, just to name a few. The “grind” that I always talk about is just that – an up and down marathon that we run and know that if we stick to it, we will come out ahead at the end of the race.
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