Sports Betting Champ, John Morrison Sports Betting Product Review!

Sports Betting Champ, John Morrison is most well known for his 97% win rate NBA/MLB sports betting system. But, the Sports Betting Champ has also brought us other valuable products. A conscientious of picks called The Sports Pick Buffet, and a daily picks package called, The Champs Selections. In this article, I will provide a little background on the Sports Betting Champ, John Morrison, and review some of his products.

Firstly, Sports Betting Champ, John Morrison, is a world renowned sports handicapper, and professional gambler. In his 28 years, in the gambling world, he is yet to have a losing season. That is why he has earned the name of Sports Betting Champ.

Young, John Morrison, grew up with a passion for sports and numbers. John had great success as a student, in the areas of mathematics and statistics. He would eventually earn his PhD, in Statistics, from Cornell University.

Sports Betting Champ, John Morrison, then went on to make his living, combining both his passion for sports and numbers, in the world of professional gambling. John is well sought after, from people all over the world, for his gambling advice.

Sports Betting Champ, John Morrison, also spent almost a decade, going over the sporting database, trying to find a system that would predict winning outcomes, with the greatest consistency. In NBA basketball betting, in the years between 2003 and 2009 the Sports Betting Champ went a reported 363 wins – 8 losses, in all years combined. And, in MLB baseball betting in the years between 2004 and 2009 John Morrison went a reported 243 wins – 1 loss, in all years combined!

You can see that Sports Betting Champ, John Morrison is truly on to something!

Product reviews

1. The World’s Unbeatable Sports Betting System- This is the where people normally ask if this is a Sports Betting Champ scam. A 97% win rate system? But, the 97% win rate is on bets made, not on games played. True this system is one that is best utilized by a person with a bankroll to back them up. But, it is surprisingly easy to use.

The system determines certain low risk bets, which can be predicted well ahead of time. That translates to only betting about 40% of the time. Approximately, 120 games out of the year between the two seasons. It uses a form of martingale wagering, applied to a three game series. Based on the premise that the team bet is sure to win one out of three games. Once your team wins one in the series, your done betting that series. This system also comes with a 67% win rate NFL system, and lifetime of free picks, well worth the $197 price tag!

2. John Morrison Sports Buffet- The Sports Pick Buffet is a great value. The product is a conscience of opinion from over 500 top handicappers, comprised into a report and delivered to your inbox everyday. The report is compiled by Sports Betting Champ, John Morrison, himself. The report would look something like this:

Compilation of sports picks from expert handicappers for May 29th, 2010

MLB Games

Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Atlanta Braves

1 handicapper picked Pittsburgh to win the game (Hawkeye Sports)

5 handicappers picked Atlanta to win the game (Robert Ferringo, Gamblers Data, The Shark, Kelso Sports Handicapping, Dr Baseball)

Philadelphia Phillies vs. Florida Marlins

6 handicappers picked Philadelphia to win the game (Rob Vinciletti, Vegas Sports Plays, Moneylineking, Scott Spreitzer, Louisville Slugger, Golden Contender)

11 handicappers picked Florida to win the game (Info Plays, Dave Cokin, Tommy Gold, Dimension Sports, The Baseball Handicapper, Hot Lines, Chuck O’Brien, Lenny Del Genio, Mike Hook, Sportsbook Guru, Benjamin Lee Eckstein)

Houston Astros vs. Cincinnati Reds

1 handicapper picked Houston to win the game (Sports Betting Professor)

11 handicappers picked Cincinnati to win the game (Carlo Campanella, Doc’s Sports, Robert Ferringo, Moneylineking, Tommy Gold, Nolan Fernandez, Sports Wagers, Silver Key Pick, Kelso Sports Handicapping, Dr Baseball, Tom Law Longball Sports)

St Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs

5 handicappers picked St Louis to win the game (Dave Cokin, Chris Jordan, Super Sports Group, Sports Wagers, Kelso Sports Handicapping)

8 handicappers picked the Chicago Cubs to win the game (Sac Lawson, Tom Freese, Dunkel, Tv Hotline, Ben Burns, Igz1 Sports, Ny Players Club, Rudy Nyc Sports)

New York Mets vs. Milwaukee Brewers

4 handicappers picked the NY Mets to win the game (Tommy Gold, Hammerthebook, Sportsbook Guru, Seabass)

6 handicappers picked Milwaukee to win the game (Dave Price, Robert Ferringo, Fasttrack Sports, Ben Burns, Sports Brokers, Vegas Runner)

Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Colorado Rockies

13 handicappers picked the LA Dodgers to win the game (Rocky Atkinson, Derek Mancini, MJP Sports, Dimension Sports, Hondo, Richie Parker, Dave Eckstein, National Sports Service, Al Demarco, Super Sports Group, Sports Wagers, Kiki Sports, Fantasy Sports Gametime)

4 handicappers picked Colorado to win the game (John Martin, Bobby Maxwell, Robert Ferringo, Tom Law Longball Sports)

Arizona Diamondbacks vs. San Francisco Giants

4 handicappers picked Arizona to win the game (#1 Sports, Profit-On-The-Net, Super Sports Group, Kiki Sports)

9 handicappers picked San Francisco to win the game (Larry Ness, Frank Jordan, Raypolaccosports, Papayagang, John Harrison, Kelso Sports Handicapping, Seabass, The Consensus Group, Stumpthespread)

Texas Rangers vs. Minnesota Twins

4 handicappers picked Texas to win the game (Jr Odonnell, Dan Bebe, MJP Sports, Karl Garrett)

13 handicappers picked Minnesota to win the game (David Chan, Cappers Access, Robert Ferringo, Easy Money Sports, Tommy Gold, Dozo Games Handicapping, Insider Sports Report, Super Sports Group, B&S Picks, Executive, Teddy Covers, Tom Law Longball Sports, Ats Baseball Lock Club)

Seattle Mariners vs. LA Angels

2 handicappers picked Seattle to win the game (MJP Sports, Boston Blackie)

3 handicappers picked the LA Angels to win the game (Pure Lock, Platinum Plays, LPW Sportsforecast)

Chicago White Sox vs. Tampa Bay Rays

5 handicappers picked the Chicago White Sox to win the game (Chris Jordan, Michael Cannon, Chuck O’Brien, Sports Wagers, Seabass)

4 handicappers picked Tampa Bay to win the game (Jimmy Boyd, Computer Sports, Dimension Sports, Wagerglobe)

Oakland Athletics vs. Detroit Tigers

6 handicappers picked Oakland to win the game (Marc Lawrence, Lee Kostroski, MJP Sports, Papayagang, Insider Sports Report, Super Sports Group)

14 handicappers picked Detroit to win the game (Gill Alexander, Jeff Alexander, Robert Ferringo, Hawkeye Sports, Tommy Gold, Baseball Crusher, The Shark, JSM Sports, Executive, Sportsbook Guru, Teddy Covers, Tom Law Longball Sports, Dozo Games Handicapping, Greg Shaker)

Kansas City Royals vs. Boston Red Sox

2 handicappers picked Kansas City to win the game (MJP Sports, Greg Shaker)

20 handicappers picked Boston to win the game (Tony George, Jack Jones, Robert Ferringo, Arthur Ralph Sports, Mike Wynn, Derek Mancini, Dave Cokin, Chris Jordan, National Sports Service, Jr Odonnell, The Shark, Igz1 Sports, Rocketman, Jsm Sports, Hammerthebook, Benjamin Lee Eckstein, Seabass, Ats Baseball Lock Club, Dozo Games Handicapping, Stan Sharp)

NBA Games

There are no NBA games played today.

Summary of the recommended bets to make for May 29th, 2010 based on the sports handicappers’ consensus:

“Ultimate Bet” of the day:

[MLB] Most sports handicappers lean toward the Boston Red Sox to win the game at a 20:2 ratio!

(Note: this bet was eventually WON)

“Best Bets” of the day:

[MLB] Most sports handicappers lean toward the Cincinnati Reds to win the game at a 11:1 ratio.

(Note: this bet was eventually WON)

[MLB] Most sports handicappers lean toward the Detroit Tigers to win the game at a 14:6 ratio.

(Note: this bet was eventually LOST)

[MLB] Most sports handicappers lean toward the Minnesota Twins to win the game at a 13:4 ratio.

(Note: this bet was eventually WON)

As you can see this is a very powerful tool. And, the value, Sports Betting Champ, John Morrison is making available. You can easily spent $1,000 a year on gambling advice from one handicapper. The John Morrison Sports Buffet allows you access to the advice of 500 handicappers for the price of one, the information is already data-mined, and made readable to you everyday. Thats close to $500,000 a year in gambling advice from this Sports Betting Champ product. This service is well worth the $125 a month, that’s $3.25 a day. You can get started with a 10 day trial for an unbelievable $5 trial payment.

3. John Morrison Sports Picks- The Sports Betting Champ has put together three separate daily picks, College and NBA Basketball sports bet packages, College and NFL Football sports bet packages, and Year-Round Horse Racing tip packages. The Champs Selections come in three separate subscriptions, two-week, one month, and full year deals. These are the same plays the Sports Betting Champ uses himself. The picks are delivered to your inbox early, leaving plenty of time to get to your favorite sportsbook. The prices vary.

The Myth of the Hot Sports Betting Handicapper

The most prevalent means of sports service marketing is some variant on the theme that so and so is “red hot” and you should therefore pay him your money and follow his plays. The crooked services do this by coming up with all sorts of confusing and contradictory rating systems and hyperbolic descriptions for their games. How many times have you heard a handicapper brag about being “16-2 on his 500 star MWC underdog plays of the month” or saying that his “Southern Conference total of the month is 60% lifetime”?

Basically, the bottom feeders of this industry can slice and dice their statistics all sorts of ways to make themselves seem “hot”. Or they can do what a lot of them do, and simply lie about their performance. When I was first starting out as a sports handicapper there was no such thing as the Internet (at least as it exists today) and I had to rely on a scorephone for line and score updates. This scorephone was sponsored by a group of touts not noted for their veracity, and you had to sit through a few pitches for their 900 numbers before you got to the scores. A bit of a Faustian bargain, to say the least, but it was an effective way of keeping up with scores in the pre-Internet dark ages.

So one night we’re at a party thrown by some kid that we didn’t like too much. My crew and I were racking our brains to think of some mean pranks to pull on the guy. Someone got the idea to rack up some 900# charges on our mark’s phone bill. Since there’s no such thing as 900# directory assistance, I resulted to the only 900# I could remember – one of the touts from the scorephone that had drilled his digits into my memory through the sheer force of repetition.

For the sake of argument, I decided to write down the tout’s NBA plays. I had less faith in his handicapping ability than I would in a prognostication based on a divining rod or Ouija Board, but since I wasn’t paying for the call I figured I’d just see how the guy did. I wrote down his plays and checked his performance the next morning.

To his credit, the tout went 5-3 on his 8 plays. By any criteria a 5-3 night is a solid performance. Later that day I called the scorephone and waited for the tout to start crowing about his 5-3 night. Much to my surprise, the tout didn’t say a word about his 5-3 night. That’s because he was too buy bragging about his mythical 7-1 performance the preceding day.

Now, I understand that the revelation that boiler room touts like about their performance is on par with “pro wrestling is fake” or “the games at the fair aren’t on the up-and-up” as self evident truths. The point I’m trying to make, however, is that the desire to be the “hot handicapper: is so great that the tout felt he had to embellish a solid performance the night before.

So despite the fact that some handicappers like about their performance, what’s wrong with trying to ride the hot handicapper? Plenty-it’s not only an ineffective way to evaluate a handicapper’s abilities, it also has a number of statistical and theoretical shortcomings.

The simplest way to explain what I’m talking about is to borrow a disclaimer that you’ll hear on every commercial for a mutual fund: “Past performance is no guarantee of future results”. The sports gambling milieu, like those of stocks, commodities and other financial instruments, is a marketplace and subject to a number of the same tendencies of other financial institutions (what economists call “market dynamics”).

The fact that a sports wager’s success or failure is dependent to a degree on the “whims” of a marketplace (of odds and pointspreads) and to a greater degree on other external events outside of the bettor’s control exacerbates what is already a matter of simple logic: what a handicapper does over a period of time (be it a day, week, month or season) has no intrinsic correlation between a handicapper’s performance one year and the next. In other words, the sports gambling marketplace and the random patterns of events that act upon them don’t care if I hit 60% last year. If I don’t do my work, crunch the numbers, get good prices to bet into, and catch a few breaks along the way I may end up beaten regardless of how well I performed in a subsequent period of time.

Do You Need to Purchase Registered Agent Service for Your Business?

Registered Agent services aren’t cheap. Many companies charge $100-125 per year to act as your agent. So it’s important for you to know 1. Do you need a Registered Agent and 2. Should you pay for one.

What is a Registered Agent

Every state requires that an LLC organized under its laws have a registered (or resident, in some states) agent at a physical location within the state. The purpose is for the government to be able to deliver official documents to the LLC. The most likely documents are tax forms and notice of lawsuits.

Basically, the Registered Agent is the place and person within the State’s physical jurisdiction on whom service of process can be done. The State wants a physical person and place within their borders whom they can go to with taxes and lawsuits.

If you are forming an LLC in the state where your business operates, you can simply use your business office address. In this case, you are your own Registered Agent. This is the most common arrangement. Even if you operate your business out of your home, you can use you home address for official service.

When do you need to pay for a Registered Agent service?

If you don’t have a physical location in the state where you formed your LLC, then you’ll need to appoint a registered/resident agent within that state to receive official documents.

Example: You live in Missouri, but you formed your LLC in Nevada (there’ll be another post later about why this may or may not be a good idea). Nevada is going to want a registered agent that is located in Nevada to be able to serve with official papers–a.k.a. lawsuits and tax notices (while Nevada has no state income tax, they do have business taxes, for example on gambling). If you don’t have a house or office in Nevada to receive these papers, you’ll need to hire someone who does to accept these papers on your behalf. This person is a registered agent.

Many incorporation companies will, for a fee, act as your registered or resident agent.

Why the World’s Greatest NBA Betting System is Held in High Esteem

Before they even sold one membership in their exclusive club, the developers of the World’s Greatest NBA Betting System had amassed an unheard of 1,496 consecutive selection wins in a row over ten years using the basketball betting system they had created. They had one NBA season where their selections went 150-0. No losses. A perfect season. With results like that, it’s no wonder that their membership are so loyal and hold the club in high esteem.

Just to be clear, this phenomenal record of 1,496 consecutive selection wins in a row was not based on individual games. It would be virtually impossible to win 1,496 individual games without losing. The consecutive selections streak was based on a series of 3 games, each three game series making up one selection. On average they won game number one 62% of the time, and game number two 87% of the time. And, difficult as it may seem to accept, they have never lost a game number three in any series in over ten years. With statistics like that, it is hard not to claim being the world’s best sports handicapping system.

When the developers were able to include other sports into their unique system of betting, they renamed their product the World’s Greatest Sports Betting Systems. Currently promoted by The Gifting Club, this sports betting club runs its program year round. The members are able to remain active throughout the year or take a month or two off at their own discretion. Members in good standing can put their subscription on hold for a month or more before resuming their active status. This is one of the benefits that makes this opportunity so appealing. When you sign up, you use the service only when you want to use it.

In addition to the professional basketball season, the developers have added pro football, pro baseball, and pro hockey picks, along with college football and basketball. Theoretically, a member could be active year round, betting during the baseball, football, and basketball seasons only, and have plenty of opportunity to rake in winnings. If they like betting on pro hockey and the college sports, there’s that option also.

Believe it or not, you don’t have to be a sports fan or even to know anything at all about the sports you are betting on to use this sports betting system. The system is air tight, as long as you follow the recommendations to the letter. All a member has to do is check their email, place their bets, and they are done. Using this system can be taken advantage from anywhere in the world. You don’t have to live in the United States or Canada to use this service since all bets are handled online through a sportsbooking agency.

Another reason why its members hold the original World’s Greatest NBA Betting System in such high esteem has to do with the fact that in all the years they’ve been presenting this opportunity, there has not been one negative article or anything negative at all pertaining to The Gifting Club’s betting system or the club itself. Everything they claim their system to be has proven to be one hundred percent factual.

Those who are skeptics can prove this to themselves by signing on to The Club’s email list where they can follow the selections live and judge the product for themselves before they even subscribe to the service. But don’t think you’ll be getting something for nothing by doing this. While the selections are the same as those their paying members receive, you won’t receive them until 5 minutes after the start of the last game of the daily selections. Yet, even so, this gives you a unique and unambiguous way to verify for yourself the value of the picks you would receive.