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  Anthony Acosta

"The best kept secret in Sports Investing"

Tony has led a very successful Betting Syndicate down in Costa Rica for the last 13 years. Tony's Syndicate friends have decided to allow him to share some of those winners with us on this site. Tony will be bringing us the high percentage plays that his closed group has profited from for over 13 years. Will he win them all? No, but don't believe anyone that says they can win 75% or better long term.

Tony wins more than he loses.

"You can take that to the Bank!!"
  Ross Benjamin
Ross Benjamin has made his reputation in this industry by being one of the sharpest sports handicappers of the recent decade. In professional sports handicapper Ron Raymond’s published book “50 Greatest Sports Betting Secrets” he probably says it best. “One of the most underrated handicappers in our industry and probably one of the sharpest ones I know is Ross Benjamin.”

In spite of going public just 11 years ago Ross has been around the sports handicapping industry for the majority of his adult life. Starting at the age of 23 Ross broke into the business by working for one of the biggest bookmakers in Western New York. This laid the foundation that gave Ross the invaluable perspective of how lines are set, line movements, how public perception affects the line, and the uncanny ability to spot value. One of Ross’ often used phrases when speaking publicly is “if you want to be a successful sports handicapper then start by thinking like a bookmaker”. Ross is now 56 years old and has been directly involved in many capacities of the sports gaming industry for the last 31 years. However there is nothing he enjoys more than the challenge of picking winners against the point spread in football and basketball or the money line in baseball.

Ross moved to South Florida in July of 2002, and his since relocated his office to his home town of Rochester, New York in 2010. His stock really sky rocketed publicly after winning the 2003 Playbook Football Wise Guy contest and it has been soaring ever since. Ross swept all 3 categories of the invitational contest that consisted of 45 sports services. Ross walked away with $10,500 in real cash winnings. In the 2012 Invitational Wise Guy Contest Ross finished tied for third out of 79 contestants. Ross was documented by The Sports Monitor of Oklahoma as #1 handicapper in the country on money earned during 2008 March Madness by posting a record of 29-17 (63%). In 2009 he followed that up by posting a rock solid 35-21(62%). In 2007 Ross was also #1 rated handicapper in the country on money earned in the NFL Playoffs as documented by The Sports Monitor of Oklahoma posting a stellar record of 9-2. Those selections included both the side plus the total winners in the Super Bowl on the Giants and under the total. He followed that up by going 6-3 in the 2008 NFL Playoffs. In 2005-2006 Ross was rated the #1 NHL handicapper in North America by one of the most reputable sports monitors on the web BigGuy. At that very same sports monitor in 2005-2006 Ross was rated #2 rated handicapper in the country in the NBA. In the 2003 college football season Ross was documented by as going a remarkable 45-23 (66%). In the 2010-2011 college basketball regular season Ross was #1 in North America as documented by The Sports Watch of Las Vegas posting a record of 116-77 (60.1%). He followed that up with a successful 28-21 (57.1%) 2011 March Madness. His $1000.00 players made a whopping $36,200.00 for the season.

Ross became in high demand by radio stations across the country who valued his expert opinions and analysis of upcoming games. This past football season he was the host of the 2-hour weekly “Ross Benjamin Show” on Sports 1280 WHTK in Rochester, New York. In past football seasons he was heard weekly on radio stations across North America. The stations include KFNS AM 590 "The Fan" in St. Louis, Missouri, WAXY AM 790 ESPN radio Miami, Florida, WHBQ AM 560 Memphis, Tennessee, WHTK AM 1280 Rochester, New York, WJOX AM 690 Birmingham. Alabama, KTIK AM 1350 ESPN radio Boise, Idaho, WJDX AM 620 Jackson, Mississippi, CKST AM 1040 Vancouver, British Columbia (aired during the Jim Rome Show), KTKR AM 760 "The Ticket" San Antonio, Texas, and KZNS AM 1280 "The Zone" Salt Lake City, Utah.

As opposed to many in this industry Ross has an impeccable reputation in operating with the highest degree of ethics, professionalism, and integrity. His handicapping style is not limited to one particular area but is well diversified taking into account numerous factors. As a result Ross is one of the most consistent winners in this industry today and never jeopardizes his integrity to make an extra dollar from a potential client. One conversation with Ross and you will understand the wealth of knowledge, honesty, and integrity that this true professional brings to the table.

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  Brad Diamond
Brad Diamond a 39-year veteran of the sports service industry, has had a consistent winning run, including finishing #1 in College Football (95-56) last year and #4 in Football Overall (College and NFL) at the world’s largest sports-betting web site, SPORTSCAPPING.COM. Also, Brad had an incredible 2014 season in MLB ranked #1 in Baseball Totals (100-60). Recent Monitored Finishes…The Sports-Watch Monitor: 2015 #8 Baseball (Currently) 2013 #3 NBA Net Wins 2013 #1 NBA Playoffs 2012 #5 College Football 2012 #4 College Football Bowls 2012 #5 NFL Net Wins 2011 #1 College Football Net Wins 2010 #2 NBA Net Wins 2010 #5 College Basketball Net Wins 2010 #1 NFL Net Wins 2009 #5 College Football Net Wins 2009 #1 NBA Net Wins and Percentage Basis 2008 #1 NFL Net Wins 2007 #3 College Football Net Wins 2006 #1 College Football Overall 2006 #2 College Football Bowls 2005 #1 College Football and NFL Net Wins Combined 2005 #1 College Football Bowls Further, Brad captured CHAMPIONSHIPS via the PLAYBOOK Football National Wise Guys’ Contest in 1990 and 2004, and has earned hundreds of handicapping awards overall. Brad was the first to teach a college course in "Sports Analysis"? outside the state of Nevada. He is a 23-year radio voice heard in Las Vegas, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and New Jersey. Also, Brad has been a guest on many shows via the USA, ESPN, Sirius and XM networks. He has penned the longest running daily sports-betting column in the country, written by the same author, over 33-years in publication. Brad is a long-time analyst of SEC sports and has many contacts in the south to assure continued success in that region. In addition, the Brad Diamond Eastern Edge focus in football and basketball has been the earmark of a very successful career. The late great Las Vegas odds-maker Sonny Reizner called Brad, "a true eastern wise guy". For your very best chance of winning this season, sign on now for one of Brad’s discounted email packages @ 215-796-4212. Tweet @ BradD_QPicks
  Matt Fargo
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  Robbie Gainous
Robbie Gainous success has come from hard work and dedication including mastery of the Sports Data Query Language (SDQL). For more than two decades Robbie has consistently provided his clients with winning selections in all major sports. To attain this type of success there are no short cuts you must have the time and resources to make your clients long term winners. Our goals and beliefs are the same today as the first day we opened for business in 1989; we believe “Success is where Preparation meets Opportunity”.
  Tony George
  Brian Hay
Brian Hay
CEO of Prophet Plays

Brian has decided to take his plays public after years of being only available to private clients. Customers can find all his releases in MLB, Pro and College Football, and Pro and College Basketball right here.

Brian offers you over 20 years of professional sports gambling experience. Brian uses the perfect blend of emotional, statistical, technical, and match up analysis to make every play before he releases them to his customers.

Brian's customers will always get experience, professionalism, and a top notch effort. He believes in a long term approach to sports gambling.

Sports betting is a marathon not a sprint. There are no get-rich quick schemes. Any game can and will lose in almost unimaginable ways. No matter how great a handicapper is, there will be losing days. If you believe in "Fixed Games", "Inside Information", and 80% to 90% winners for a season, you need to put a sports schedule under your pillow every night and let the Tooth Fairy fill in your winners, you already live in "LA LA LAND".

You will have to maintain self discipline...meaning you have to stick to your plan. Brian knows that by sticking to tried and true handicapping techniques he and his clients will be well ahead by the end of each season.

His plays are rated 10*-15*-20*-25*.

Brian's 25* play is without question the strongest release you will ever be able to purchase.
This is one of the most sought after plays in sports wagering!.

  David Hess
Been handicapping for over 20 years and now the opportunity has presented itself for me to take it to the next level. I have always had a fascination with numbers and sports, so I combined the two to become a handicapper, which has been a goal for a long time. I also like writing and blogging as well, which works out nicely for this business. How do I make my picks? Hard work and pouring over all the stats. Im not really big into the sabermetrics, but I do follow them some. I do a lot of manual logging in, plus I get tons of info around the web. Rest assured that each play is very well researched. What to expect from me? Hard work and dedication to the task at hand and that is bringing you a steady floe of winners each and every day. All plays are well researched from some of the best info around the Internet. The work has been definitely put in so you don't have to do it. I have meany years of experience and I am very thorough and confident in making my selections.
  Michael Hillin
I'm from West Texas. I moved to Las Vegas in 1994. I have been handicapping sports for 40 plus years. I retired from American Airlines in 2011 after 25 years. I played football on the 1977 Missouri Valley Conference Championship team, West Texas State University. I have also worked at several sports books in Las Vegas and know what it takes to win. I have a book published called the Las Vegas Linemaker. This is the tenth year it's been out. The book enables you to make your own line and update it each week. This will allow you to get a better line on a game before it makes it's move.
  Kyle Hunter
  Kelly In Vegas
Here are some other things you might want to know about me… •Best Sports Moment: 1997 Fiesta Bowl, solidified my love for football. •Worst Sports Moment: 1998 Big XII Championship Game •Favorite Teams: Denver Broncos & Kansas State Wildcats •Best Winning Bet: 85/1 3-team money line parlay •Worst Bad Beat: UNC vs. Louisville, when UNC went for a 2-point conversion for absolutely no reason but to ruin the cover. Not to mention, Louisville had a 29-point halftime lead. •Best Restaurant: N9ne Steak House •Best Club: Hyde •Favorite Music/Bands: Country Music •Favorite Thing About Vegas: Legalized sports betting •Favorite Travel Destinations: I love to travel. Thus far it’s a three-way tie between Aruba, Kauai and the Dominican Republic.
  Mike Lundin
A former poker pro, Mike is one of the brightest up and coming cappers on the Planet. He may not be a household name yet, but with his results it's only a matter of time. His experience as a professional poker player has proven to be an immeasurable asset in sports handicapping. He's a numbers guy, with a keen eye for spotting trends and stats that just don't jive with the odds offered by the sportsbooks. Mike bets on all the major North American sports, but specializes in soccer, baseball and ice hockey. He made a name for himself with his picks on the World Cup in Brazil 2014, and has not looked back since. There is no better time that RIGHT NOW to jump on board with this rising star in the sports handicapping industry.
  T J Pemberton
  Brandon Shively
  TnT Shot Caller
Well I started doing sports betting when I was in college back in the early 90's. I use to bet the football parlay cards at work and was one of the only ones winning weekly. When I came to CA I was introduced to Vegas Sports Betting and I realized I had a talent for analyzing the games. In 2004 I went 44-5 for the season which everyone thought was unreal until I did it again in 2005. After a few years of making money I was invited to be the co-host of a online radio talk show called Cocktail with Tash Walker on LA Talk Live ( At the end of my radio show I would give the picks away for free and made a lot of people a lot of $$$... In fact one week I was perfect against the spread for Sunday ticket and last season I had a few weeks where I averaged over 85% winning picks against the spread. Here are two links for starters to checkout:
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  World Wide Sports

Won the coveted Title of #1 Overall Handicapper, banking $33,259 for his $100 Clients in 2014. A few other accolades of this record shattering year saw World Wide Sports end 2014 as the....

#1 MLB Handicapper (55% +$8048)
#1 NCAAB Handicapper (56% +$4651)
#1 NHL Handicapper (57% +$5969)
#1 WNBA Handicapper (73% +$4028)
#3 NBA Handicapper (54% +$2221)
#5 in NCAAF (55% +$1419)
and #6 in the NFL (54% + $1097)

World Wide Sports is consistently in the top 5 for all sports.

"Consistency is what we strive for in each sport. Do we win every day, week, or month? No. I wish I could say we did. But we do our Due Diligence and put in the necessary hours to win Long Term. And this is what you should expect from a Sports Handicapping Service."

Good Luck and Remember Money Management

-World Wide Sports.
  Tony Stoffo

Tony Stoffo, the former Manager of the Race and Sports Book at the old Desert Inn Casino in Las Vegas, has made his living in the sports gambling industry for 30 years.

Starting as a teenager, he ran bets for a local bookmaker on Wall Street for 10 years before moving to Florida to work full-time in the thoroughbred horseracing industry.

In 1989, he started as a sportsbook writer in Las Vegas casinos, working his way up to Manager at the Desert Inn, one of the city’s top 10 Race and Sports Books.

Tony has been a consistent winner, finishing in the top 3 of every sport virtually every single year since 2002 when he was one of the first 5 to join these sites.

Tony still lives in Las Vegas, where over the last several years he has earned the reputation as one of the best sports handicappers in the country, making his exclusive picks available to gamblers via the Internet on the Network of Handicappers' Stable.

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