The Biff Group Sports Handicapping Service
Biff's #sportsbetting Manifesto
Member info and Biff's straight vitriol for other handicappers.
Handicappers that trade exclusively on Conventional Wisdom and their own little traditional sports knowledge—they are no different than fortune tellers and psychics, charging $20 for a bullshit palm read or flipping tarot cards. The only things that matter, the only elements that are real—are style, expertise, talent & numbers. Winning #sportsbetting is about style & market concepts, first. Then it's expertise, talent, experience. Then numbers. And then dead last, in terms of the order of importance—is subjective matchup info leans & likes. Novice, dipshit "handicappers" like those found on Twitter and elsewhere—they've got no talent and they have that list backwards, or all fucked up. They think that winning #sportsbetting is about what they "like." Twitter handicappers. SMH. You gotta laugh, to keep from crying.
"We’ve been making money #sportsbetting since the 90’s. We handled the action of rookies and veterans and everything in between, for over a decade. We handled well north of 7 figures worth of bets—beginning back in the day when the best and only place to get daily numbers was the newspaper. Biff switched over to laying them, exclusively, towards the end of last decade—and then began sharing daily picks with members on 1/1/13. "
"There were a number of reasons why Biff made the switch. Number 1 was the proliferation of data on the web and in the cloud and the emergence of good line movement and public side preference information."
"So now, across 7 sections pro and college, with Biff's member sides—the daily picks email is bookie side action, 365."