What do you need to know to win?
The fact is, most of the bets offered every day are what I would call bad bets. They have bad lines, or crappy teams, neither of which will help you profit over the long term.
The books are masters at giving themselves a monetary advantage, and they succeed at that around 95% of the time. When they get the advantage, you lose.
To win, you have to avoid those traps and focus on finding the few that give YOU the monetary advantage.
How do you avoid the traps?
What kind of lines should you bet on?
What kind of teams should you bet on, and which ones do you avoid?
When should you bet on them, or not bet on them?
How many bets should you make every day?
And how much should you bet?
DIY Sports Betting answers all of those questions and more to make sure you have the advantage on every bet you place.
Once you can identify the good bets and bet them with a solid, proven strategy, consistent profits are just a side effect of doing things right.