Bill Krackomberger

Gaming Today Bill Krackomberger

National handicapper Bill Krackomberger has been seen on ESPN, CNN, Fox and many more outlets. He is one of the foremost experts on money management when it comes to sports betting.

Twitter: @BillKrackman

Email: BillKrackomberger@gamingtoday.com

Don't rely on comps for a good time

Don't rely on comps for a good time

posted on December 16, 2018 by

Wise Kracks | This article will be most appreciated by those who are true ”gamblers.” In my opinion, you are a true gambler if you visit a casino on a weekly basis to gamble and take in a comped meal or two.

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Don’t balk during short-term droughts

Don’t balk during short-term droughts

posted on December 09, 2018 by

Wise Kracks | I have noticed there is the common tendency of some service traders, when losing, to become hesitant in making more trades. For example, I know someone with a trading service who pulls up once he loses for the day. The same applies to sports betting.

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Turning to sports betting as side profession not ideal

Turning to sports betting as side profession not ideal

posted on November 28, 2018 by

Wise Kracks | This past week, I ran into someone in one of the sports books in town, whom I have never met before. This person explained that while he has a comfortable job making over $100,000 per year, he would like to start making some money betting sports.

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Atlantic City sports books adjusting well

Atlantic City sports books adjusting well

posted on November 23, 2018 by

Wise Kracks | Well, here we are Atlantic City... already 11 weeks into the football season. I believe you are in the middle of a very good come-from-behind victory. I spent all of last weekend re-visiting some of the city’s sports books and I really like the direction that they are going in.

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Focus shifts to college hoops

Focus shifts to college hoops

posted on November 14, 2018 by

Wise Kracks | I am both happy and sad college basketball is here. Happy because I believe college hoops are the easiest sport to beat. Sad because the sports books also know this by the limits I see around town.

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