Betcha I Can!
From the time he was a child, watching his parents struggle through financial pressures, Stu Feiner, vowed he would find a way to never have money be a problem in his life. And after witnessing his father's emotional involvement in watching professional sports, living and dying with his favorite team, the Oakland Raiders, Stu developed his plan for life. He would capitalize on our society's love for sports and their emotional identification with the teams they rooted for. Using information and prediction techniques handed down to him from his grandfather and father, Stu continued to feed his unquenchable thirst for sports knowledge by researching team histories, team defenses, match-ups and trends. Fueled by his desire to succeed, and his ability to dream, Stu began his sports advising business as a teenager, advising his father's friends how to bet parlay cards. This book follows his wild ride from teenage ticket scalper to arguably the country's premier sports advisor. Follow along as Stu takes you along on his roller-coaster ride of a life, complete with a narrative history of the sports advising business in America over the past thirty years. Be warned, it is a wild ride! So, buckle up, and hold on.
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