Jimmy Wood verified since 4/2/2017
My value as an MLB handicapper is the ability to read the market better than 95% of sports bettors. Every sports bettor is going to experience wins and losses. By striking when the odds are at their most favorable point, profits are increased and losses are diminished. Major League Baseball is a long season and it’s extremely important to map out a plan in advance. A fly by the night strategy will not put money in your pocket.
My personal betting tendencies are somewhat on the conservative side. I believe that responsible money management is of utmost importance. Certainly, there are times when stepping out is worthwhile, but it’s important to find the right time when the odds are in our favor. The true measure of success is to be able to grind out consistent profits on a long-term basis, and that's what my #1 goal will be this MLB season.
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