Sports Betting 101 with Steve Stevens – Money Management

Celebrity handicapper Steve Stevens from CNBC’s original series “Money Talks” provides simple explanations of sports betting terminology. Today’s topic: money management

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NFL football is the most popular sport in terms of sports betting, but it is getting harder to make money betting these games. The popularity of the game and the amount of information available to bettors has made the NFL betting lines and totals very exact and hard to beat. Josh Appelbaum, author of The Everything Guide to Sports Betting, VSiN host Patrick Meagher and former SuperContest winner Brady Kannon talk about the sports betting strategies to have a chance making money when betting NFL games. What stats are important when evaluating match ups, how to factor quarterback play, and what defensive stats matter most. This is a perfect sports betting 101 primer for NFL bettors.
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  1. Frank Carolei

    God bless America where you can take 50 percent of morons money.

  2. MikeNJ27

    Most people do not bet 1 or 2 games on a Saturday or Sunday. That is ridiculous. I might as well not even bet. Maybe in the NFL I bet 1 or 2 games on Sunday sometimes, but in College I am betting 4 to 16 games on every Saturday. That is the only way I can have fun while I bet and watch the games. I find that I usually go 7-5 or 8-4 and sometimes 9-3. The 2 team teasers really give you a better chance of winning in football. I do not bet hockey, baseball, golf, nascar, or horse racing anymore because I was losing in them sports and mostly winning in College Football and sometimes NFL.

  3. Phillip Egri

    I love this guy. Listen to this guy, he knows what’s up.

  4. TheLandofTwitchClips

    sounds more like gambling addiction management

  5. Desmond Castro

    He's right about "betting with your heart" Ya got to bet on the stats ! Do your homework and just don't think your favorite team is going to always make you 💰 money !

  6. Brad Lafferty

    It's about cashing tickets

  7. Brad Lafferty

    That's good advice

  8. MikeNJ27

    Losing is part of the business but why lose 10,000 or 5,000 on every bet when you can lose 30 or 50 or even 100 on every bet. He is talking about money management and he is betting large amounts on every game which leaves him little room for mistakes because if he goes 3-5 or 4-7 then he gets hammered. Once in a while you should bet 10k or 5k like if you think it is a lock like say the Chiefs vs the Jaguars -2 1/2 or Green Bay vs Chicago GB -2. I would not be satisfied losing 10,000 or even 5000 on every bet I lose. That is something a billionaire would do or someone with like 900 million dollars would do, not a regular sharp bettor.

  9. MikeNJ27

    I will explain why you lower your bet when you win a large amount. Bet 10,000 on the first game, If you win then you go to 30 to 50 a game. This allows you to lose 9 games in a row and still be up 9,000, if you win you are making a profit of 50 a game. I don't understand why he would be satisfied losing 10,000 a game when he can lose 100 a game or 50 a game. Money like that shouldn't matter to this guy. I bet 3 dollars a game, 6, 5, 10, 11, 12, 15, and sometimes 25. I don't overextend myself.

  10. iJUDAH Reviews

    The Bookie God

  11. steve ferguson

    Lol the bookie killa

  12. MikeNJ27

    If you are betting the same amount on every game and that amount is alot like 2,000 or 5,000 then you are a fool. Because there is no way you have the same amount of confidence in the Vikings as you do the Packers to win. Same with the Chiefs compared to the Steelers. You have to lower your bet when you bet those average teams, because they are inconsistent.

  13. Ree RHODE

    Bet 1 game a day not everyday 💎

  14. 5 off the tee !

    Hes exactly like the brokers in Bolier Room or Wolf of Wall Street. His skill is hustling and sports just happens to be his method.

  15. Casino and Sports

    How much cocaine has this guy done?

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  17. EL HAMZA

    King of advices

  18. jeremy scorpio

    In game betting isint that new so stop making excuses why you cant do it #1

    #2 It dosent matter how tight the lines are pregame because all of that changes ingame 👌

    ….Also brady won the super contest when there was what? 350 to 400 ppl lol… a private one and let's see him do it again 👈

    Besides I wouldent waste $1500 on a contest when I can use that same entry fee to pickup $1200+ in preseason after the hof game……I made that mistake in 2018 and learned my lesson, good thing I'm a quick learner unlike Brady when it comes to in-game 😋

  19. Rugoshath IM Professionals

    Need more videos like these

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