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4 Best Sports Betting Books To Read in 2021

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This article showcases our top picks for the Best Sports Betting Books. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Betting on Boxing by H. James

This product was recommended by Robert from Way of Martial Arts

The most comprehensive book that teaches you how to look at the boxing fight from a completely different perspective. The best part of the book is the analysis of the previous fight and how to compare the boxers before the fight.

Betting on MMA by Jason M. Rothman

This product was recommended by Robert from Way of Martial Arts

Based on Buffett’s value investing and gambling theory, Rothman has applied them to MMA betting. In Betting on MMA, Jason Rothman shows you: who your opponent is when you bet on MMA (it is not the house), how to read the odds and handicap fights, when it is profitable to make a bet, specific tools to help predict fights.

The Logic of Sports Betting by Ed Miller

This product was recommended by Emily Matthews from Gentle Dog Trainers

This is a comprehensive book about the logic behind betting in Sports. It’s fun and easy to read. This is best for beginners and includes different strategies and tactics designed to beat the odds. Although the concepts are advance, it was written to be easily understood by ordinary people. Best of all, it was written by two people who had a lot of experience in the betting industry, so you know that their concepts and strategies really work.

Squares & Sharps, Suckers & Sharks by Joseph Buchdahl

This product was recommended by Mark Stephenson from How To Shoe

A really interesting book that deals with gambling, investing, probability and even philosophy. Maybe should come with a warning that it is not for the fainthearted, as Buchdahl himself explains, there are a variety of different reasons that people bet, and if you do it purely for the entertainment, this book may uncover more than you wanted to know. I’ve read a lot of books in this area and this is definitely one of the very best.

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