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A Tip to Improve Your Football Handicapping Awareness

Hello Sports Bettors!

 As a sports betting professional handicapper, I love analytics because the numbers don’t lie.  If I research the ATS record of any team as an away underdog in games where they are playing outside of their home state, and I learn that traditionally they fail to cover a lot of those games, that’s not my opinion, it is a fact.

 I love to share interesting facts and nuggets we stumble across in the data room.  However, if I tell you that by following just one simple tip, I can make you a better bettor than what you are right now, that is opinion-based writing.

 I am treading into some dangerous waters as an opinion-based writer.

 Who am I, as a sports bettor, to be throwing around unsolicited advice? Where is my transparent betting record proving to everyone that I am indeed the betting voice you should blindly follow? That’s easy, because all my tracking is located in my website at .
But what about the other sports services? You will be hard pressed to find transparency and honesty. So beware, if they’re not tracking and posting their true results get the hell away from them asap.

 I am here to say that you can be better at sports betting with just one simple tip. Here’s how.  How!

You Need To Record Bets  Let’s say we placed 200 total football bets last year. Those 200 bets are an assortment of moneyline, spread bets, over/under and player props.  At the end of the season, a quick glance at the overall bankroll will us whether we are up or down from our original total when the season first started.  But knowing if we are up or down money isn’t enough information to actually help us get better.

Manage Your Betting History  What is our record and ROI when we break it down by individual type of bet?  If a bettor was diligent enough to track their betting results for two or three consecutive years, now we have a lot of valuable data about ourselves. We can use that personal data to make better decisions in the future. Once you have compiled enough data, you can zoom in and get even more detailed analytics. We’ve been doing it for decades and that’s why I stick to side & over/under picks for college & pro football and basketball and MLB sides and over/unders. Also I never bet a money line greater than -130 in any sport.  Tracking our entire history allows us to quickly sort our bets to include only games involving certain teams.  Gathering this information may help shape your betting future by determining where you are achieving your greatest success.  Of course, if it points out the good, it will also point out the bad.  Sometimes seeing the actual results can be hard on the ego. But we are always better off knowing the exact facts.

Tracking Objections:  I realize many people have probably gone down the tracking road previously or didn’t start because of the workload involved. For all those who say, “I don’t have the time” or “this is a lot of work,” I have one response: I totally get it.

Tracking Isn’t For Everyone  Tracking your betting history isn’t for everyone, and I can speak from firsthand experience, it can be time-consuming, depending on the volume of bets placed.  Software is available claiming to make this easier. If you do have experience with bet tracking software, I would love to hear what you used and how well it worked.  This is not a promise that you will automatically become a profitable bettor if you start tracking your results. But it is my opinion that tracking your results will make you a better bettor overall. If you say the heck with it, so can always watch our tracking bets weekly.

 Best of luck with all your upcoming picks in the coming weeks!

 Happy Handicapping,  Dennis Stagliano
Gridiron Gold

 Dennis has been an award winning handicapper and was documented as one of the nations best race and sports handicappers since 1981.

Dennis Stagliano
Dennis Stagliano
Dennis Stagliano is an award winning football handicapper with an earned reputation as the #1 documented sports handicapper since 1981 for excellence in college and pro football and college and pro basketball handicapping. National sports writer and the Director of the American Association of Documented Handicappers said this about Dennis. "The best football handicapper I have ever had the privilege to monitor. A splendid performer, past, present and I sure wouldn't want to bet against the future". Now that's a pretty remarkable accomplishment! Well, Martin was right, because Dennis has a lifetime record of excellence that has never been matched. "The Highest Capital Ever Achieved in an AADSS Football Handicapping Contest, $10,000 Bankroll Turned into $123,000" - American Association of Documented Sports Services "An Award Winning Sports Service". Sporting Times Magazine "Gridiron Gold is an Investment Not a Gamble" - Gambling Times Magazine" Dennis has outstanding documented credentials as a football and basketball handicapper. *Rated Nations No. 1 Football & Basketball Handicapper - H&H Sporting Times *Rated Nations No. 1 Football & Basketball Handicapper - Experts Magazine *Rated Nations No. 1 Football & Basketball Handicapper - Million$ Magazine *Rated Nations No. 1 Football & Basketball Handicapper - Sports Features Syndicate. Ron Sataloff, President, Sports Features Syndicate Inc. had this to say about the Dennis. "65% Football Handicapping Winning Pct. And For the First Time Ever, a Sports Service Football Handicapper Went the Entire Season Picking 4 Games Weekly In our National Newspaper Professional Handicapping Contest Without a Single Losing Week"! Dennis Stagliano's reputation is one of integrity, honesty and long term consistent winning results. Gridiron Gold was the first sports service to post their football and basketball picks right after kickoff. Unlike others, their entire season record is visible. This ensures customers, without a shadow of a doubt, that they're getting the same sports picks as everyone else, and there are no false records posted. We know of no others, that have been as transparent as long as Gridiron Gold handicappers.

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