Sharp Sports Betting is a book released in 2001 by Stanford Wong. It is often cited as recommended literature for novice sportsbettors. Directly from the book description: Sharp Sports Betting explains the logic and math of sports bets, including such exotic bets as parlays, teasers, and props. Lots of NFL data. While there is some unreliable and outed information such as the sections on teasers Stanford Wong Sharp Sports Betting will provide you with a decent foundation of the sportsbetting fundamentals.
Stanford Wong Sharp Sports Betting PDF
Stavochka has an electronic version of Stanford Wong Sharp Sports Betting PDF available on their website. I have attempted to contact the site administrator to inquire if this is a legitimate version of the book but I have not received a response. You can click on the hyperlink to be redirected to Stavochka’s version of Stanford Wong Sharp Sports Betting. If you are skeptical of the legitimacy of this copy you can also purchase one directly from Amazon.
Stanford Wong Sharp Sports Betting
I will be releasing an in-depth review of Stanford Wong Sharp Sports Betting in the coming weeks. There are a few quick notes that I would like to make for anyone planning on reading this book. While it is successful in providing you with certain fundamentals of correct sportsbetting it falls short in certain areas. I recommend ignoring the information regarding teasers and point-buying. This information is outdated and will do nothing but hinder your progress. Stanford Wong Sharp Sports Betting is also heavily focused on the NFL however you can apply the underlying knowledge to any sport.
If you have no prior experience with proper sportsbetting then I would recommend giving Stanford Wong Sharp Sports Betting a read. However you should not take every word as gospel. Do your due diligence and conduct proper research on advantage playing from multiple sources. While many individuals might have different perspectives on peripheral issues the underlying fundamentals should be the same.