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Item #: 616043916286 -
The late Mike Lee was the premier basketball handicapper between the 1970's and 2003. He was a columnist, a theorist and a bettor. He condensed his line-making theory and handicapping theories into this technical paper which has been the foundation of many players, and which was presented at a seminar to a sold-out crowd of novice players. 16 Pgs. 1979
Item #: 9781574886887 -
A unique tool that is valuable to fans and coaches alike. Illustrates how strategy changes whether you have a good team or a bad team. Oliver investigates, dissects and sometimes debunks a number of important basketball theories and myths while examining the differences between team leaders and role players, studying the best and most unique players in NBA history and offering new ways of looking at the game from both a coach and fan point of view. 375 Pgs.2006
Item #: 616043916279 -
This classic publication explains how bookmakers operate, how you can keep accurate team performance records and establish and revise your own power ratings, wager on sides and attack the over/under proposition. Covers parlays, teasers, attempts at middling and the buyer beware factor in dealing with sports advisory services. Timeless information for the beginning pro or college hoop bettor. 64 Pgs. 1978
Item #: 616043916491 -
Fields explains how odds-making has changed over the last 20 years because of the Computer Group, a group of bettors who were able to make a killing with NCAA betting. Fields explores fundamental handicapping that is effective today and reveals why statistical-based power rating is not as effective as a blind handicapping tool. Gives a behind-the-scenes look at modern odds-making and power ratings such as Sagarin's USA Today ratings. 150 Pgs. Spiral-bound 1999 Table of Contents Chapter 1:...
Item #: 9781420872958 -
A how-to book for bettors who are willing to spend some time handicapping to apply the author's systematic handicapping and wagering process. Explains how college basketball wagering works, the key ways to gain an wagering advantage, a step-by-step approach for handicapping games and tips for determining how much to wager. 145 Pgs. 2005
DON BEST SPORTS
Item #: 663 -
Don Best Rotation Schedules provide detailed game information for all games, including: game-by-game match-ups, start times, locations, television coverage and, most importantly, rotation numbers. Rotation numbers are specific numbers assigned to each team/participant in a sporting match-up. They are used throughout the North American sports betting industry. Book One October 2 - November 4 Book Two November 5 - December 7 Book Three December 8 - January 11 Book Four January 12 - February 8...
Item #: 9781418481391 -
A comprehensive book on college basketball wagering. Seidel addresses how the market and the many sports books work, various types of wagering opportunities, how to select a conference to specialize in, how to identify advantageous investment opportunities and make investments, key factors in assessing teams and match-ups in a specific game, money management and needed info and technology infrastructure. 368 Pgs. 2004 hardcover
Item #: 1708 -
No matter where his basketball travels took him during his 31 seasons in NCAA Division I college basketball, controversy was never far behind Jerry Tarkanian. The legendary former coach of the UNLV Runnin' Rebels proved himself to be one of the greatest coaches in the game's history, amassing an incredible overall record of 778-202, more wins than all but a handful of other coaches. He also had 29 20-win seasons, second all-time only to fellow legend Dean Smith of North Carolina,...
Item #: 9780071417884 -
When the NBA released its supposedly authoritative list of the top 50 players, basketball fans everywhere begged to differ. In Who's Better, Who's Best? Elliot Kalb, known to TV viewers as ABC's 'Mr. Stats,' interweaves numbers, facts and anecdotes to flesh out the central question in every basketball fan's mind: Who's the best? His choices are provocative (Michael Jordan isn't #1; he's not even #2), framed by discussions with unorthodox sources and...