If you had wagered $100 on each MLB buffet selection from April to August, you would be up nearly $5,000!
That is a huge results from a handicapping service, that doesn't have the risk of progressive betting.
See our Current Perfomance Results further down the page.
The sports Picks Buffet, gives you access to over 500 handicappers at over half the price of just one.
That's why it did not make sense to recommend the single services by themselves.
With that being said, just because you have access to all these picks, doesn't mean you would have easy pickings of the best games.
So what John does is compile each days picks into a summary, where he gives it a rating or ratio of how many handicappers believe that team will win. The higher the ratio the better chance you have of pulling off a win.
You see, every now and then professionals run into a bad run, but the odds of all 500 running into one at the same time is almost impossible.
How has It Performed:
Up until August, if you had wagered $100 on each recommended MLB buffet selection since April (grand opening), you would be up nearly $5,000!
The first week of August was shaky and caused a little dent in our winnings, bringing our $5,000 worth of profits down to a little over $4,000.
But since then the buffet selections have been absolutely sizzling-hot with 2 incredible winning weeks in a row! At this point, you would be up well over $5,500 if you're a $100 bettor, and over $55,000 if you're a $1,000 bettor since April!
Although the buffet has had numerous hot winning streaks as well as a few losing ones here and there, the numbers simply do not lie:
There has never been a losing month with the Sports Picks Buffet program since Day 1 of its grand opening!
Take a look at the "best bets of the day" summary for the 29th May, 2010
Ultimate Bet of the day:
[MLB] Most sports handicappers lean toward the Boston Red Sox to win the game at a 21:3 ratio! [WON]
Best Bets of the day:
[MLB] Most sports handicappers lean toward the Cincinnati Reds to win the game at a 12:1 ratio. [WON]
[MLB] Most sports handicappers lean toward the Atlanta Braves to win the game at a 6:1 ratio. [WON]
[MLB] Most sports handicappers lean toward the Los Angeles Dodgers to win the game at a 14:4 ratio. [LOST]
Good Bets of the day:
[MLB] Most sports handicappers lean toward the San Francisco Giants to win the game at a 9:4 ratio. [WON]
[MLB] Most sports handicappers lean toward the Detroit Tigers to win the game at a 14:6 ratio. [LOST]
[MLB] Most sports handicappers lean toward the Minnesota Twins to win the game at a 13:6 ratio. [WON]
On top this, you are given a report telling you how many handicappers picked each team, and which ones picked each team. That way if you favor a particular service and they go against the majority, you can avoid that bet.
Take a look at just a few of the professional handicappers you get access to...
- MJP Sports
- Sports Betting Professor
- Greg Shaker
- Tony George
- Jack Jones
- Robert Ferringo
- Arthur Ralph Sports
- Mike Wynn
- Derek Mancini
- Dave Cokin
- Chris Jordan
- National Sports Service
- Jsm Sports
- Win Or Lose Sports Betting
- Stan Sharp
- Jr Odonnell
- The Shark
- Igz1 Sports
- Benjamin Lee Eckstein
- Ats Baseball Lock Club
- Dozo Games Handicapping
- B&S Picks
- High Stakes Syndicate
This is how we rate the system:
|Ease of use
||Depends on which bets you take
|Sports Picks *
> Don't have to worry about choosing the right handicapper, as you get access to them all.
> Only takes a few minutes a day...
Simply open the best bets of the day, and place your wagers.
> Because these are actual sports picks, and not a system, there is less risk from progressive betting as you don't need to increase your wagers to recuperate any losses.
> The Recurring cost can be overly expensive for some people, which means these picks are for serious punters who are going to take advantage of the sports picks.
Definitely Worth While If You Make Use of It
While the price may seem expensive, access to just one of these handicappers would cost you more, so the value is actually pretty good.