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Sharp Sports Betting by Stanford Wong is a revolutionary text on getting the edge over bookmakers. Much of this information has never before been seen in print. Some important topics covered in this book are: Money management. Sharp Sports Betting explains when to bet more, and how much to bet - Internet sports betting - The Internet has opened up the opportunity for people to bet on sports without visiting Nevada - How do you open an account? How do you get bonuses? What do you do if they are slow to pay you? Parlays - Parlays are risky, you can lose faster or you can win faster than with straight bets. Sharp Sports Betting explains the mathematics behind parlays.It will help you answer questions like, Should I parlay these two bets? Should I bet off-the-board or with a parlay card? A casino is offering 7:1 on a 3-team parlay. Is that good?. Sharp Sports Betting explains how to evaluate such prop bets to find the nuggets. Historical NFL data - Have you ever wondered how frequently certain spreads are achieved? When you should buy a half point for a dime? How big a deviation you need from the posted spread to get an edge? When should you bet the money line instead of the spread? Sharp Sports Betting has the answers to all these and more - and lots more