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The Ultimate Sports Betting Secrets - 5 Winning Strategies to Make $1500 Per Month Tax Free

A. B. Lawal

Publisher: Bolakale Aremu

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Imagine if you had an Almanac with tomorrows sports results and events? Imagine what you could do if you knew the outcome before it actually happened. Impossible?This book teaches you how sports investing works and how you can win consistently from sports betting.Sports has been my life since childhood. I was trying to crunch the code to predict tomorrow's games. In fact, this may sound a little bit like a back to the future fairytale, but I've come as close as I can to the results of Tomorrow's Almanac.During the last 13 years, I've been gathering sports data for Major League sports like Major League Baseball, Nhl Hockey, the NFL football and NBA basketball. I'm crunching the numbers and I'm comparing the stats.I'm analyzing and back testing everything for years and years to crack the sports code and to find those repeating patterns and trends.This makes me understand what makes teams win and what makes teams lose. And you know what I found? I found that history always repeats itself.This is true, especially in sports where the rules are strictly defined. The outcomes in these situations are very predictable. Of course there are lucky strikes and conditions that are impossible to put into perspective.However, those are very small percentages. If you know the past outcome of an event, you can predict the results for the game in similar circumstances with a high degree of probability.As I said before, the past is never a full indication of what will happen in the future and there is always room for surprises, but again, this is what makes sports fun to watch. Am I right?However, what is the chance that a team with similar power and player statistics will produce a similar outcome in a similar game in similar circumstances? What's that percentage? 86.5% that's right. An 86.5% of the cases there will be no surprises and the prediction will come absolutely.The Zcode investing software is the best system in the market because it keeps making investors consistent gains each and every month.Truth is we love sports, but we hate to gamble and that's why we call this sports investing, which is similar to any other trading like stocks, stock options, and forex trades.This is just way more predictable than today's flawed economic models with crisis's and bankruptcy events.Every day the software is gathering thousands and thousands of sports data and results: every single event, every single detail, every single player and every single team.I start the simulation with over 80 parameters in the zcode formula to come up with a precise and easy to use prediction and not only tell you who is going to win, but also and most importantly, where the value is, which means more money can be made guessing.To learn more about how you can create a consistent $1500 monthly from sports betting following our guide, just order this book right now!

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