My first foray into the world of sports came in high school where I was an all-county wrestler and I did learn some things from that experience which has helped me in my handicapping career.
Wrestling is a very technical sport and that is exactly what sports betting is as well. You have to be very technical in your approach to sports betting and that is exactly what I have become. There is a ton of preparation that goes into being a Wrestler and the same can be said about being a handicapper.
You have to do a lot of studying your opponent and that is exactly how I approach handicapping. I use a lot of stats and trends, which is what most cappers do, but I also take it to the next step. I read a lot of articles from the teams' local sports papers and I also watch plenty of game films. Stats don’t always tell the whole story so I find that going beyond the numbers is a huge part of my success in this business.
I have learned to do post-match analysis from my time on the mat and that is also key when handicapping. You need to determine what numbers hold the most strength when taking apart a game and what numbers are the weakest. Going over a loss or a win to find out what when wrong is a big part of handicapping. You do not want to make the same mistakes as before and that has been a huge part of my success.
Losing streaks will happen in this business, but if you can make sure that they are few and far in between then you will last a long time in this business. I have learned to do just that because I am always doing prep work for my picks and then re-evaluating the picks after the games are over.
Knowing that I had all the tools to become a very good handicapper, it was an easy decision to join winners and whiners when the opportunity arose. I have a very good work ethic and I thoroughly break down all the games, while looking for the best value available. I am very confident in my abilities and know that I can win for you as hard work and dedication are what you will get from me.