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Sunday, May 20, 2007

Swim with the shark

I have placed maybe a grand total of five sports bets in my life. I usually bet on one Kansas City Chiefs game each December when I'm in Vegas. I bet one ten game parlay a couple summers ago. Oh, and I bet on a horse named Mr. Otis in Vegas last year. Half the people in the sports book cheered for the horse to fall. Twice a week, a sports tout service calls my cell phone to tell me what NBA game to bet. I curse at the phone every time I see the number. I'm still trying to figure out how I got on the call list. I spend about 20 hours a week around frequent sports bettors and bookies. If that kind of exposure doesn't turn me into a sports bettor, nothing will.

That said, I'm being paid to look at SharkHandicapping.com, a site that I feel sure can provide as good of sports betting advice as any other out there. So, if you're a sports bettor and are looking for a tout service that, according to its website, has "had eight straight winning seasons, finishing every year up an average of 110 games," give the site a look.

Me, I'm going to see how Mr. Otis finished.



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