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Mike Davis verified since 3/3/2015

My path to sports handicapping was not a common one as I grew up in Chicago with very little education in my grade school years. I was fortunate that my step father relocated the family to Nevada for a job opportunity he received, and while it was tough, it changed my perception of success and my outlook on life. After high school I became a real estate broker and this is when I started sports betting on the side to supplement my income. I was never content with the amount of money I made and felt I could do more to reach my goals. I have been fortunate to have made some wise investments in real estate which granted me the capital and financial investing knowledge to invest in sports. I have been sports handicapping for over ten years and professionally for five. While I still hold assets in real estate, my primary investment vehicle is sports betting and sports handicapping. My drive is second to none and I will work tirelessly to make sure we profit each season from winning sports picks. My strategy is not to research each game on the board but only the action that I feel we can exploit and is worth our hard earned money. Sports investing is like real estate and nothing is guaranteed but I can assure you that my advice is backed by research and I will provide you with better odds of winning than if you were to attempt to invest with your own advice. The fact that 90% of sports bettors fail to make a profit tells you a lot about the difficulty in making money betting sports. One of the biggest reasons squares lose are they bet with the general consensus. I prefer to narrow down the big board to 20-30% of the odds I want to focus in on. My final predictions will usually end up around 10-20% of the entire odds available for that day. I consider myself an investor which means that I have to be careful with my money and rely on my data to help me make intelligent decisions. A sports investor understands the difference between betting and investing. One must use various strategies to locate the best odds.
Date Game Line Outcome Money
11/18/2017 Harvard vs Manhattan Harvard -3.5 (-110) Loss -$550
11/18/2017 Houston Baptist vs Belmont Houston Baptist +17 (-110) Win +$500
11/18/2017 William & Mary vs Central Florida Central Florida -12.5 (-110) Loss -$550
11/17/2017 Iona vs Weber St. Iona -5 (-105) Win +$500
11/17/2017 UC Santa Barbara vs Texas A&M UC Santa Barbara +21.5 (-110) Win +$500
11/16/2017 Missouri vs Utah Utah -3 (-110) Win +$500
11/16/2017 Xavier vs Wisconsin Xavier +1 (-110) Win +$500
11/15/2017 Jacksonville St. vs Buffalo Buffalo -2.5 (-110) Win +$500
11/15/2017 Valparaiso vs SIU-Edwardsville SIU-Edwardsville +7 (-110) Loss -$550
11/14/2017 Delaware vs Bradley Bradley -7 (-110) Win +$500
11/14/2017 Kentucky vs Kansas Kentucky +4.5 (-110) Win +$500
11/13/2017 Montana vs Pittsburgh Montana +3 (-110) Win +$500
11/13/2017 Wagner vs Missouri Missouri -18.5 (-110) Win +$500
11/12/2017 Eastern Washington vs Washington Washington -10 (-110) Push +$0
11/12/2017 George Mason vs Louisville George Mason +18.5 (-110) Win +$500
11/11/2017 Cleveland St. vs Akron Akron -6 (-115) Win +$500
11/11/2017 Kent St. vs Youngstown St. Kent St. -5.5 (-110) Win +$500
11/11/2017 North Dakota St. vs UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Barbara -2 (-110) Win +$500
11/11/2017 Notre Dame vs DePaul Notre Dame -9 (-115) Win +$500
11/11/2017 Penn vs Fairfield Fairfield +3.5 (-110) Win +$500
11/11/2017 Portland St. vs Portland Portland -1 (-110) Loss -$550
11/10/2017 Delaware vs Richmond Delaware +10.0 (-110) Win +$500
11/10/2017 Miami (Ohio) vs Fordham Miami (Ohio) +9 (-110) Win +$500
11/10/2017 Niagara vs St. Bonaventure Niagara +8.5 (-110) Win +$500
11/10/2017 Sacramento St. vs Colorado St. Colorado St. -17 (-110) Loss -$550
11/10/2017 South Carolina vs Wofford South Carolina -6 (-110) Win +$500
11/10/2017 Yale vs Creighton Creighton -8.5 (-115) Win +$500

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