So You Think You Can Gamble, on Sports?: A Lifetime of Lessons from a Professional Gambler

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tuttleshak, Jan 10, 2010 - Games - 116 pages
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Hello, I'm David Greene, and this is my second offering as a writer of Sports Betting books. I've been making quite the nice living wagering on College and Pro sports (not just Football), for almost fifteen years now. I've been persuaded to go public with all of my self-taught theories and practices. And, I've come to believe that if I am any kind of a teacher; that anyone with the proper amount of motivation; can absolutely be taught how to become a Pro. Throughout this booklet of mine; you will (at the very least) learn a heightened degree of discipline. This alone will completely revitalize your career as a gambler. This booklet was designed to help all levels of Sports Gamblers. So, if you're a novice or at the avid level; I assure you that this booklet will help you immensely!

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Getting Started
Essential for Approaching Professionalism
What is Success In Professional Gambling Terms?
Sharpie Note Taking and Angles only in the Big3
Wagering Strategies
Tricks of My Trade
Line Interpretation
The Hidden Value of Golf
Final Thoughts from the Author

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Hello, my name (real name) is Joseph J Tuttle. I've always loved the idea of pseudonyms, and I employ them as "odes" to friends & relatives. I'm the proud author of 23 horse and/or sports handicapping books. DISCLAIMER: I'm NOT a professional writer! I have been a professional handicapper for over 15 years. I would strongly suggest that you utilize the "Look Inside" feature, or view my writing style @ http: //, that is my official blog site. My teachings work, and I'm only trying to help others learn how to Win!

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