My motive the past four seasons as a participant in the SuperContest wasn't to achieve sports betting notoriety, it was to cash - which to date is documented at nearly $1.1 million.
LAS VEGAS (PRWEB) October 09, 2019
Salinas won the 2015 SuperContest, finished 3rd in 2016 and 26th in 2018. Over the course of four years and 340 NFL game selections (five games per week for 17 weeks over 4 NFL seasons), Salinas has compiled an against the spread record of 205-119-16, (63.3% ATS).
“Now that Sports betting is becoming more mainstream and socially acceptable, the public appetite to have success wagering on games is growing…which is why I have decided to start Sharp Angle Sports,” Salinas said.
He continued, “Sports betting is a competitive endeavor for me. My intent is to beat the bookmakers' lines and my reward for doing so is making money. My motive the past four seasons as a participant in the SuperContest wasn't to achieve sports betting notoriety, it was to cash - which to date is documented at nearly $1.1 million. I am not a salesman or a tout, and my sense of self is not influenced by my sports betting success. My only objective is to win money.”
Sharp Angle Sports lead College Football Sharp is Brad Feinberg. Brad is a professional sports bettor who sold his 2018 New Orleans Super Bowl future bet (before the NFC Championship) for $57,500 (on PropSwap) to FOX Sports "Lock It In” hosts Clay Travis and Cousin Sal. The near $50,000 profit, speaks to Brad’s innovative approach and sustained ability to make a living as a professional Sharp.
Sharp Angle Sports philosophy is built on results transparency, and all historical results are available for every Sharp. All records will stand in the form of wins and losses, not by units bet or other incomplete grading systems.