There are a lot of books about sports betting. In order to cut through the noise we compiled a short list of the top rated best sports betting books. You can read about the tip, techniques and strategy behind betting on sports.
The Complete Guide to Sports Betting
A great way to get started in sports betting. This book provides basic understanding of betting terminology and resources to further research other methods. Perfect for the beginner and helpful for the casual sports betting enthusiast.
Sharper: A Guide to Modern Sports Betting
This book focuses on the math to determine when and where sports bets should be placed. If math isn’t for you – then move on to another book. Here the author is telling you his experiences in what makes a successful sports betting career.
The Everything Guide to Sports Betting: From Pro Football to College Basketball, Systems and Strategies for Winning Money
This is of the most highly reviewed sports betting books – readers rave about the success they find after reading Josh Appelbaum’s tip and techniques for successful sports betting. He teaches the different type of bets and how to spot a possible winner and when to walk away. It’s an invaluable resource for the beginner, as well as, the experienced bettor looking to improve their results.
Conquering Vegas: Sports Betting Strategies That Win
A relatively new addition to the sports betting book genre – the author takes you through his experiences with various betting systems to help the reader determine what is the best approach for them. The focus here is betting on football, baseball, basketball and hockey.
Sharp Sports Betting
Go beyond the basics of sports betting to the math tips, techniques and logic behind successful sports betting. This book focuses primarily on NFL betting with a significant amount of data. While this is an older text the methods you learn are just as valuable today.
Once you’ve done your research, set your budget and determined the bets you want to place… it’s time to make a bet. There are a number of options for sports betting. The most common place for the Vegas visitor (or resident) is one of the local sports books found in almost every casino, but don’t forget about the online resources available like odds data or even place your bets online. Be sure to understand your local laws/regulations for gambling before placing any bets.
As you watch the big game(s) on the massive screens of the sport book you find yourself watching the horse races. If you start to wonder about how it all works take a look at the guide to horse racing to see if you want to add it to your sport betting repertoire.