|Looks like there were more than two trains in this thread and you were agreeing with the second train. So your reading comprehension was not quite as bad as it appeared.
Posted: 12/6/2012 11:35:48 AM
It makes no sense to see any of the threads in this forum. It is well documented that the vast majority of people cannot beat the line so why post about it? Most people here believe they can so they post. Some of them might even be right.
Sharps are considered highly successful gamblers that bet heavily on games. They are considered the "smart money." How smart are they? I don't know. I thought I'd try to see how they did and reported the results for those that would find it interesting.
If you don't believe that sharp money is sharp, you might be right. I'm inclined to agree. Regardless, people think betting against sharps is a bad idea and some think betting with sharps is a good idea.
I'm sure there are some "sharps" that beat the line. But as I referenced, since sharp money represents many individuals, it probably has no value. You need to be betting with just one true sharp
As for bookieassasin, I hammered him because he was hammering others and yammering about being confused between sharps and touts. He was the only person confused.
The sharps referenced in this thread have been defined not once but TWICE. These were the individuals that an online casino regarded as highly successful gamblers and influenced its lines.