Posted: 12/14/2012 5:09:10 AM
Ok guys I am having a personal dilemma. Do you know the old saying that if anyone found a system that consistently wins every year that they wouldn't share it? Well I have found a database that has selected picks, that have hit 58-64% the last 4 years. There were a minimum of 120-150 plays every year too. No chasing, no progression, just straight ATS plays.
So where do I go from here? Do I simply just bet them under the radar and keep the secret to myself, or do I sell the picks? Obviously a system that wins at that rate is worth possible hundreds of thousands, if not millions of dollars.
If I bet the picks myself, I have no risk of people finding out my source, and somehow ruining my money train. The problem is that I have limited funds to wager with at this point in my life. Between living expenses and other various bills, I just don't have the capital to make the money I could be making with a larger bankroll.
What I do know is this. It isn't about how many units a system won in a particular season. A capper could go out of his mind and win 50 base units, or even more. It is all about consistency. There is a very small group of individuals in this country that can turn a profit every year. I think that 98% of those people do not sell their picks. They do not want any added heat on themselves, or become linked to their consistent winning. I could bet these picks (with a large bankroll) for MAYBE $3,000-$5000 each, and win $75,000+ per season. On the other hand, I could probably sell the picks to individuals or groups that bet $10,000 or more in Vegas. I would be able to basically name my price to those people.
I am sick of seeing all these touts try to sell 100 dime locks of the year. Most of us know that most of these people simply come and go. If a person came by with documented proof of an average 60%+ over 4 seasons, well let's just say that people would be lining up to buy those picks.
What would you do if you were me? Please, serious responses only. This is truly a crossroads in my sports betting life, and I want to hear what some of you guys have to say.