Sharp Sports Betting by Stanford Wong

Sharp Sports Betting by Stanford WongSharp Sports Betting by Stanford Wong
Published: September 2001

ISBN-10: 0935926240

ISBN-13: 978-0935926248

Publisher: Pi Yee Press
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Book Summary

This book will give the reader some lights about all the math behind sports betting. From an explanation of the most common types of bets to what the numbers really mean in the field. The glossary at the end of the book is a great tool for those who are new to this type of betting. Betting in sports is related to a new and different type of lingo that not all players and betters are familiar with. The book is divided into two big parts. The first one about betting in a general fashion that can be used to bet in many different sports. The second part of the book is about betting in the NFL (National Football League). If you, as a reader, are looking for some magic formula to wake up tomorrow swimming in cash, this is not the book. The book reminds readers that Sports Betting is not legal in some states and advice to bet where this is well regulated. The book explains how sportsbooks work and how your bets are structure and paid later. It is a good read for those who want to understand better the science and math behind this and have better chances of winning a sports bet.

Table of Contents

  1. Preface
  2. List of Tables
  3. Chapter 1 How to place bets
  4. Chapter 2 Money Management
  5. Chapter 3 Betting Sports of the Internet
  6. Chapter 4 Basic Math of Straight Games
  7. Chapter 5 Handicapping
  8. Chapter 6 Fan Money
  9. Chapter 7 Testing W-L Records for Significance
  10. Chapter 8 Parlays
  11. Chapter 9 Poisson Props
  12. Chapter 10 Season Wins
  13. Chapter 11 March Madness o/u Props
  14. Chapter 12 NFL Home Field Advantage
  15. Chapter 13 NFL Results against the Spread
  16. Chapter 14 NFL Money line vs Spread
  17. Chapter 15 NFL Totals
  18. Chapter 16 NFL Teasers
  19. Chapter 17 Facing the Super-bowl Champion
  20. Appendix A Poisson, one Variable
  21. Appendix B Poisson, one Variable, Cumulative
  22. Appendix C Two Variables
  23. Glossary
  24. Bibliography
  25. Contact Information

About the Author Stanford Wong

Stanford Wong is famous for his love for solving puzzles which has led him to be a very influential person in the realm of betting. In graduate School, he won most of his money playing Blackjack. He also obtained a Ph. D. at Stanford University and published his first Jackblack book in 1975.Wong frequently writes as a contributor to his own website BJ21.com in which people from all parts of the world discuss how to have a better performance at casino games.

Other books by Author Stanford Wong

  • Professional Blackjack
  • Blackjack Secrets
  • Basic Blackjack
  • Casino Tournament Strategy
  • Optimal Strategy for Pai Gow Poker
  • Wong on dice
  • Betting Cheap Claimers

 

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