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  • Blog Post: 11 Bracket Picking Rules You Should NEVER Break!

    The only sports bettor on Forbes recent list of Gambling Gurus, RJ Bell of Pregame.com provides bracket rules that can make a difference in any March Madness office pool. Las Vegas, NV (3/14/08) Over 12 BILLION dollars is expected to be bet on the 2008 NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament. Bracket-style office...
  • Blog Post: March Madness Betting: How Big Is It Really?

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The only sports bettor on Forbes recent list of Gambling Gurus, RJ Bell of Pregame.com provides eye-popping March Madness information found nowhere else. Las Vegas, Nevada (2/16/08) The NCAA Tournament is the biggest sports betting event of the year. As with many sports gambling...
  • Blog Post: Amazing Win Streak Odds + the Definition of Average

    Most of us are average at most things. By definition, average is what the typical person can do. If we are lucky, we are extraordinary at some things. Average in sports betting is 50% winners . . . and thats what most of us can do. Nothing wrong with that you lose the juice, and have fun along the way...
  • Blog Post: Are TV Games Better Bets?

    The #1 sports betting rule of ALL is the Public Perception Principal which covers the concept that sports betting occurs in a marketplace, and the market dictates the price (i.e., the odds), and the public makes up the market place. Ill be leading a discussion of this VERY IMPORTANT concept right here...
  • Blog Post: Odds of a Perfect March Madness Bracket?

    The only sports bettor on Forbes recent list of Gambling Gurus, RJ Bell of Pregame.com explains the eye-popping math behind the odds of a perfect NCAA Tournament Bracket Las Vegas, NV (3/15/08) This week over 40 million Americans in offices across the country are expected to fill out brackets for the...