Why Vegas always wins? Here is how you can win too by going against the public:

Ever wondered how Vegas always becomes richer and richer and gambling public is losing more and more?

The secret to win is to bet WITH vegas against the public, instead of trying to go with what most people are doing.

A man who wants to lead the orchestra must turn his back on the crowd
–Max Lucado

Zcode has developed new anti public tool called “Line reversals”

Here is how it works

1. Step 1. Join VIP club and go to Line Reversals Section of the members area and click “Public -> Show all” to see public %. Check data 1-2 hour before the games!

2. Step 2. Find the games for example on NHL with the highest ticket amount and the highest percentage of public money on home favorite.

For example Capitals vs Rangers (NHL):

Top public is Marked in red. Enable images to see:

 
As you can see 80% of public is on Rangers to win the game!
What it means is the public money is very heavy on Rangers. No way Vegas will pay 80% of people on Moneyline and 82% on  spread.
The result? Guess what? “Surprising upset, Capitals win it 2:1″.  The correct anti public bet was Capitals+1.5 = WON!
Betting against the public (fading the public) is a very simple and successful strategy in sports investing. Why it is successful is because of this basic truth – Vegas (and by Vegas we mean all sportsbooks) is in business to make money and if the Public won more often than they lost, Vegas would not exist.

The monitored accounts where we post different picks from automatic systems to manual experts has quadrupled!

Here is the updated account, updated yesterday 

winnings

Remember only proven systems can bring you long term profit on sports investing.

If you don’t follow it, you really don’t like the money!

========

P.S. Upgrade to Zcode VIP Club and Unlock All Winning Picks. Instant Access.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>