Book Review - Stanford Wong's Sharp Sports Betting

Written by Jim Green
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This book is a great beginner to intermediate guide to sports betting, especially if you're interested in the NFL

Stanford Wong is a geek. That's the best way of describing it. He's one of those nerdy little Asian guys who knows math (in his case probability) inside out and back to front. His books on blackjack and other casino games are pretty much definitive works. So, when I saw he'd written a sportsbetting book, I had to read it. I picked up the book expecting a fairly mathematical treatment of sportsbetting and I wasn't disappointed. What can I say, I'm a bit of a numbers geek.

The book is a little too focused on the NFL for its examples. This is great if you only plan on betting football. However, Wong also explains how the concepts he is illustrating apply to other sports.

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