Brandon Lang is one of the most well known sports handicappers in the gambling world and he capitalizes on it.
Lang charges clients anywhere from $1,995 for a year of service to $159 for seven days of his picks.
Like any tout you find on the Internet Lang can lose and win with the best of them. When the losses happen you get more excuses than a seven-year old boy who claims to be the best baseball player of all time, but has no problem passing out the blame when he strikes out and goes 0-for-5.
And when he piles up the win he is the same seven-year old brat who won't let you hear about his five home runs and yet fail to tell you they came in batting practice against a pitching machine.
You won't get any of that here.
The picks are free and they are backed by someone who won't whine and complain about brutal backdoor cover and who won't gloat about the rare easy cover.
There are plenty of people who give out free picks but they don't tell you how much to play other than it's a two star play or a strong play. Would it be too tough for someone to say how much they are going to lay on the table to give people some perspective as to how much they are playing on a game?
That's what you will also get here. The pot starts at $500 and the picks are made with the vig or juice in mind. The juice calls for you to lay $110 to win $100. Occasionally you will have to lay more or less. Since everyone should end up near a .500 record the books win in the long run.
If you have a question leave a comment and I'll try to explain it.
All lines are taken from sportsbook.com/bettingtrends.