- Tapa blanda: 432 páginas
- Editor: High Stakes Publishing (13 de febrero de 2013)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1843440679
- ISBN-13: 978-1843440673
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How To Find A Black Cat In A Coal Cellar (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 13 feb 2013
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How do we know if we can beat the bookmaker? That's easy: just look at our bank balance. But how do we know if we've not just been lucky? More specifically, how do we know that someone who says he can do it, and who is selling his "expertise," can keep doing it again and again, through talent, skill, and hard work? This book examines the techniques available to answer that question, to identify those qualities, and to help the reader find value for money in an industry that appears to be largely built on trust and the influence of chance; to uncover the truth about sports tipsters and ultimately how to find the best tipstersthe "Black Cats."
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Joseph Buchdahl runs the website Sports-Tipsters.co.uk, independently verifying online sports betting advisory services. He is the author of Fixed Odds Sports Betting.
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There is is this saying - give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. This book will turn you into semi-pro fisherman in no time
A lot of people sell their tipping advice online - some are fraud, some are just not good enough. Most are genuine, but some are better than others. How to identify and evaluate them? The answer is inside.
A lot of hard work has been done for writing the book - lots of statistical data collected, different sources and other people's work evaluated, analysed and incorporated. Record of all tipsters, evaluated by the author, is also included.
Still, the main main strength of this book is that it teaches you how to find a black cat in a coal cellar - no more blind picking the tipsters you follow.
The second part of the book covers at length (maybe a bit too much for some readers) the various proofed services that the author has seen in the past 10 years. As many of them no longer exist there is obviously less value in this part of the book but it still helps to be aware of some bad practices being used in this unmonitored industry. If it only helps the reader to avoid one bad tipster service then it already payed back more then its costs.
Overall I can only highly recommend this book for tipsters that want to add some statistical depth to their hobby.