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Bianco has been wagering on Europe's top soccer leagues for the past 13 years but has never sold his picks before. The Prez one of our co-founders at Wagertalk has been betting and winning with his soccer information for years and has finally talked him into joining us.  With soccer being the most widely bet sport in the world Bianco can help you diversify your betting portfolio by adding winners to your sports investing bankroll.


Ted Sevransky – better known as Teddy Covers – has been a full-time Las Vegas professional bettor since 1998, and has been featured prominently in the mainstream press. Print highlights include the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Boston Globe, Associated Press, Cigar Aficionado, and Playboy magazine. Television highlights include CBS The Morning, CNBC, and Bloomberg TV. Teddy starred in the recent sports betting documentary “Life on the Line” and been featured in an ESPN 30-for-30 and on Showtime's 'Action' miniseries. 

 


The Founder and CEO of Who2beton has been hammering books for the better part of a decade and couldn't be more pleased to be part of the WagerTalk team. The NFL Expert consistently throws down big money NFL seasons and was the Who2beton MLB profits leader for two of the past three seasons. While he has developed his reputation from National League Football profits, The Prez and his team of experts successfully cover NCAAF, NCAAB, MLB, NBA and the NHL. Join The Prez' winning team today.


BUSTER SPORTS has been avidly breaking down and analyizing North American sports for over 30 years. With a Bachelor Degree in International Business and a lifetime of experience dealing with sportsbooks and casinos worldwide your sports investing advantage rests with following Buster Sports.  

The former bookmaker of 20 years has a long standing history of pinpointing live dogs and value based favorites in the NFL, College football and hoops, as well as the NBA, NHL and MLB. 

Bryan Leonard has been a Professional Handicapper since 1984, and has built his business on honesty and customer satisfaction, two traits not easily found in today's gambling climate. He has won numerous Number One documented finishes in Basketball, Baseball and Football Handicapping in his 30+ years in the industry. In the past Bryan has published The Roundball Report Basketball Newsletter, and The Pigskin Report Football Newsletter. Bryan has also been a featured writer for Insider Football Magazine and Grantland on ESPN.com.


Oskeim Sports provides unmatched profitability and return on investment on behalf of its clients and has consistently outperformed the investment industry since 2007.

Oskeim Sports is known for its honestyintegritytransparency and accountability.  Oskeim Sports has received over 35 distinguished awards from independent sports monitoring services. 


  If standing the test of time matters, Smokin' Dave Cokin earns a big check mark as one who has withstood the rigors of handicapping sports professionally for 36 years and counting.  Dave has literally been around sports gambling for virtually his entire life. His experience was initially on the other side of the counter in Rhode Island, where he was born and raised. Dave began the process of switching sides in 1981 after winning the National Handicappers Bowl, which was featured in Pro Football Weekly, and decided at that point that it was time to start making the move to Las Vegas.


Ralph was born with handicapping in his blood making his own football tickets in junior high school. Yet another Cleveland area handicapper who in his 20's moved to Southern California and found a niche in the handicapping industry selling selections first to associates and later expanding into California Sports.

I have run a video production company for over two decades, and have recently moved away from that to focus on my sports gambling career.  I have been wagering on NASCAR for over a decade, and have enjoyed lots of success, and with the legalization of sports wagering in my home state, I look forward to even more profits in the future!


Kyle Anthony always loved boxing but as the Ultimate Fighting Championship continued to grow, so did Kyle’s attention to the sport. As the sport emerged and became mainstream, so did Kyle’s concentration on betting strategically. He re-watched every UFC event and fight that’s ever aired to study outcomes, analytics and statistical data. Using that knowledge base, Kyle became solely dedicated to the UFC with a track record of nearly 70% winning percentage with no best bets on fighters greater then -190. Focusing on underdogs and value plays earned him the nickname among friends as MrUFCVegas.


My professional career in sports began in 1991 when I went to work for KSFO Radio in San Francisco as a sports reporter. I covered all Bay Area sports for three years before moving to Las Vegas to work for SportsFan Radio Network. In Las Vegas I was introduced to sports wagering while producing a national football show with Dave Cokin. Frequent contributors to the show were Marc Lawrence and Bob Stoll along with a handful of other well known industry professionals. I cut my teeth here in the science of handicapping - learning, listening and talking with these professionals. The first wager I placed in Las Vegas was a 25-1 winner on Thunder Gulch in The Kentucky Derby.


Robert “Bobby” Ligs was one of the biggest gamblers in the midwest for close to 20 years, dealing with the biggest and sharpest action around. Here at WagerTalk you will get access to select plays from Bobby Ligs for pennies on the dollar of their actual value.


Known in the sports betting industry as Ace, Vegas-Runner, & Gianni the Greek, professional sports bettor & handicapper Gianni Karalis is one of the most esteemed movers in Las Vegas for over 20 years. VR broke into the industry as a bookmaker in Philadelphia in the late 1980's and by the mid-90's he was moving steam with the most profitable and respected betting syndicates at that time. Information was not as readily available back then and the multiple wiseguys they bet for won at a rate unimaginable even by today's sharpest groups.


  • Host of the DB's FREEBIE$ sports betting podcast
  • Sports betting consultant since 2000
  • Low-volume bettor
  • No GOW/GOM/GOY marketing hype
  • Produced an UNMATCHED 20-game football win streak
  • Follow Dwayne on Twitter @WagerTalkDwayne

Being a successful sports handicapping and investment firm requires time, effort, and resources. There simply are no short cuts or easy way outs for long-term success in this business, and we absolutely refuse to be out-hustled or caught off-guard. SDQL Guru clients can rest assured that we are hard at work, doing what we do best to earn and retain their business and trust.


Hakeem Profit has been breaking down & analyzing sports majority of his life, but professionally for 5 years. Hakeem has been a contributor for SBR & his bread and butter is the NBA but he also covers the NFL, MLB & WNBA. Follow Profit for Profits!


Marco D’Angelo has been a professional sports handicapper and bettor since 1980. Marco moved to Las Vegas in 2008. During the 2010 Baseball Season Marco made handicapping history when he won a documented 25 Baseball Games in a row. What was even more impressive was the fact that he never laid more than -120 in any of the 25 plays. The 25 game winning streak, was documented by the Sports Monitor of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Marco is a 2 Time winner of Preferred Picks Wise Guy Football Contest.  Follow Marco on twitter: @MarcoInVegas


Pavlos Laguretos is a Greek handicapper with a knack for hunting down correct scores. His expertise lies in the European soccer and basketball leagues.


Kevin Dolan has been a professional sports bettor since 2011. Originally from Ireland, where he made his start betting GAA, soccer and boxing, he took that same knowledge to the United States, using it to consistently beat NFL, MLB & College lines to great success. Since turning pro he has since lit up the sports betting industry in the U.S. and abroad, winning two handicapping awards in MLB and being the first foreigner to ever win the World Series of Handicapping event in Las Vegas in 2015. Currently living in Seoul, South Korea, with his family, his systematic and analytical betting approach continually ensure substantial long-term profits for both him and his clients.


Tony "Fish" Finn has been advising clients for over two decades and after nearly 22 years he continues to lead a group of both North American and World Sports specialists covering: the National Football League (NFL), National Basketball Association (NBA), Major League Baseball (MLB), College Football (NCAAF) and College Basketball (NCAAB)



What is Vegas Synergy? It’s the interaction of elements, that when combined, produce a complete product that is greater than the sum of its individual parts. When a group combines vast resources that specialize in evolving opportunities in the sports wagering market, the end result is... Vegas Synergy...


Sports Investment Group Las Vegas aka SIG Las Vegas has gambling in his DNA. His grandfather ran numbers in a Pittsburgh steel mill, and he developed a love for poker and horse racing at a young age. He spent twenty years working for Wall Street investment firms and now applies the principles of investment theory and risk management to handicapping horse racing and sports. SIG's favorite tracks are Saratoga, Del Mar, Keeneland, but his greatest success comes at Gulfstream Park during their Championship Meet every winter.


Bruce Marshall's name has become synonymous with The Gold Sheet. With a background in play-by-play work and sports information while in college, Bruce joined TGS in 1981 when hired by the legendary Mort Olshan. He learned the business by working alongside Mort and the other TGS handicappers and continues at TGS, where he has worn many hats over the years. Not only is Bruce the Executive Editor at TGS, he's also the Editor of Goldsheet.com and The Gold Sheet EXTRA!!! (a publication he helped launch in 1982), as well as serving as Editor-in-Chief of European Soccer Weekly.