I have two distinct lives. One in the trenches of low-budget film and television, the other in professional gambling. Because of the feast-or-famine nature of show business I need a reliable income... gambling. So here you will read about both worlds. Enjoy!

Thursday, November 19, 2020

Gambling With an Edge - guest Logan Fields

We talk to Logan Fields, author of "2020 Sports Betting: Think Like a Pro," a new book from Huntington Press. Fields takes a makes lots of high-EV, low denomination, bets and it works for him His main sports are football, baseball, and golf.

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Show Notes

[00:00] Introduction of Logan Fields, author of 20/20 Sports Betting: Think Like a Pro
[00:56] Logan's sports betting history
[06:26] Leaving a day job to become a full time sports bettor
[07:09] The golden period of online betting
[07:36] Who is the audience for 20/20 Sports Betting?
[11:20] UIGEA and losing outs
[12:37] NFL props and data analysis
[15:40] Is watching games necessary?
[18:28] Opportunities in smaller markets
[20:12] How is betting baseball different from betting football?
[25:09] Database information and prices
[27:32] How much older data can be used?
[30:15] South Point Casino November Promotions - Half-priced Walmart and Amazon gift cards, Thanksgiving Day Hot Seat
[31:07] - place small wagers on various political events, $20 deposit match for GWAE listeners
[31:42] - Gold Membership offers correction on most games, Pro Membership includes Ultimate X and Quick Quads
[32:46] Sharp golf bets
[37:07] Betting live markets
[39:09] Betting in Vegas while living in Socal
[41:15] The Masters
[44:10] Betting final Jeopardy
[48:55] Logan's contact info
[50:52] Recommended - Borgen on Netflix, Razor's Edge by William Somerset Maugham

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Books Referenced:
20/20 Sports Betting: Think Like a Pro by Logan Fields

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Previous Episodes Referenced:


Razor's Edge by William Somerset Maugham
Moon and Sixpence by William Somerset Maugham

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