Category: Library

The definitive guide to Betting Exchanges

About the author: This is another book from Racing Post Expert Series. In the past I already previewed one book from Racing Post – The definitive guide to betting on football by Kevin Pullein. Current book has 7 contributors like Paul Kealy (specialising in boxing, golf, snooker and tennis), Bruce Millington (Sports Editor of Racing Post and regarded as one of the foremost sports betting experts in Britain), Kevin Pullein (football specialist) and others. Read More

Born to punt by Steve Palmer

About the author: Steve Palmer is English lad from Weymouth. He was a journalist and had a huge and very loyal following for his regular columns in the Racing Post. At his time he was known as golf expert. As much as I know from my English/Irish colleagues he was successful golf tipster and lines were moving after he was publishing his tips (obviously, if you have big following).
As much as I tried to find any information about him now, I had no success. Not sure what he is doing now. Read More

Squares&Sharps, Suckers&Sharks by Joseph Buchdahl

About the author: Joseph Buchdahl is a betting analyst who manages the website www.football-data.co.uk. The website provides historical results, match statistics and betting odds data.
He is also the author of Fixed Odds Sports Betting: Statistical Forecasting & Risk Management (2003) and How to Find a Black Cat in a Coal Cellar: The Truth about Sports Tipsters (2013)
Also, you can find Joseph’s education articles on Pinnacle’s Betting Resources. Worth checking! Read More

The definitive guide to betting on football by Kevin Pullein

This is one of the books from Racing Post Expert Series. For non-British readers, Racing Post might not ring the bell. Racing Post is the biggest British print and online newspaper about betting founded in 1986. Even though horse and greyhound racing take the lion’s share, football is not forgotten here too.
Having lived in the UK for a couple of years, I still remember every August I was looking forward to 100+ pages issue about all British leagues: analyzes and tips for the upcoming season. Read More

The Smart Money by Michael Konik

Full name of the book is – The smart money: How the world’s best sports bettors beat the bookies out of millions.
About the author: Michael Konik is American author, television personality, poker and blackjack player.
A brief review of the book: this is memoir book. Michael Konik was approached by Rick Matthews in 1997. Rick Matthews is most famous American gambler who won millions from American casinos betting on sports. Read More

Trading Bases By Joe Peta

About author: Joe Peta is American ex-Wall Street trader. After losing his job during the financial crisis in 2011 and at the same time recovering after a serious car accident, he decided to follow his dream and focus on his favorite sport – baseball.
A brief review about the book: Being passionate about baseball and having big experience in finance market author created baseball betting model. Read More

Soccermatics By David Sumpter

About the author: David Sumpter is Professor of Applied Mathematics at the University of Uppsala, Sweden. Born in London, but raised in Scotland, he studied at Manchester and Oxford before heading to Sweden.
A brief review of the book: It is one of the latest better-known books related to betting. The book was released in 2016 and well accepted by betting community. Read More

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