|For lack of a better place to put this, I'm going to put it in this forum. Hopefully no one finds this offensive in anyway.
Posted: 7/23/2012 12:00:32 AM
Preface: I have a sports tipping business. No I don't want you to join.
As mentioned above I have a sports tipping business, and it's been successful for the past five years. It works on two sports, NHL and MLB. I have seven clients (I once had up to twenty, but I found by charging more I could get rid of the difficult people to work for), that each pay an annual subscription fee. They're good people, with real jobs, commitments, and families. I know a fair bit about each and every one of them.
There is really no easy way for me to phrase this. A combination of the stress of worrying about other people's money, a recent acceptance to Masters school, and a lifestyle that isn't really conducive to what my girlfriend wants has lead me to begin to look at exit strategies. A couple of my clients have asked to purchase my systems for their own personal use - and I'm considering that quite seriously. But, not all of my stuff was my own creation. The foundation of some of it was taught to me by a mentor, who has since past last February. In the beginning, I took over his clients, so naturally this path is more appealing to me. I've hunted around, and have one handicapper handicapper in mind (a man who is ranked on a monitoring site), but am also freely exploring other options. The betting itself is all very plug and play, it's more the diligence required to send an e-mail every night for 10 months of the year, and the character not to deceive people that I'm looking for.
For what it's worth all my stuff is well documented on a ranking site, and I can introduce people to my work obviously to see if you think it's even worth while.
This may be the wrong place. This might just be a silly question to ask, as most people on covers I find tend to be compulsive gamblers - but if you have any interest in taking over a formatted systematic tipping service, I would appreciate you contacting me. Assuming someone responds, we can then talk and see if anything is suitable for both parties - it's quite likely it won't be. It's a big commitment.