ESPN.com recently wrote an expose telling the story that jrwins has known all about for years: the sports books are getting crushed by a small but powerful set of investors who know how to beat their lines day after day, season after season, year after year.
The books have responded by attempting to ban many sports bettors who have shown a propensity for making a consistent profit.
As one United Kingdom bettor put it, "If you try to win, they don't let you play anymore," according to the ESPN story.
"Yes, bookmakers are severely restricting or closing accounts for what appears to be the fact that these people are winning," United Kingdom gambling consultant Steve Donoughue, secretariat for an all-party Parliamentary group that focuses on gaming told ESPN.
jrwins.com knows all about being banned from American sports books. In addition to using various international sports books, our advisers (and many clients) have been crushing the Nevada sports books (primarily in Las Vegas and Reno) for decades. And now that the ban on sports betting has been lifted on the East Coast, we are raking in the profits at many of the new books sprouting up as well.
But no matter the location, one thing remains consistent: the sports book managers hate us. They don't want bettors with the type of information, line analysis and money management skills we possess and pass on to our clients. In short, the books only want action from losers (aka the general public). They are terrified of top sports investing entities like jrwins.com, which continue to take millions of dollars worth of profit from them each and every sports season.
Or, as ESPN put it: "The profit-minded corporations that have entered the bookmaking game, however, look at it from the perspective of their bottom line and wonder what business would ever choose to cater to customers thought to be "uneconomical." It's like encouraging a world-class competitive eater to dine often at your all-you-can-eat buffet."
At jrwins.com, we ARE that world-class competitive eater and we are feasting on the books! It's almost a badge of honor to be banned by a sports book for no other reason than we are kicking its ass on a regular basis.
"They try to make up some lame excuse for kicking you out," one jrwins.com executive who bets regularly in Northern Nevada said. "But the bottom line is they are kicking us out for one reason and one reason only: We beat them too much. They tell you to check back in 6 months, but that's just a snow job. They never let you back. I have personally been banned from 3 books in Reno and another in Carson City. But there are ways around it." learn more by contacting an executive advisor at jrwins.com.
We also split up a lot of the bets. If I want 10 grand on a game, I may put 2K at five different books around town," said the jrwins.com executive who didn't want his name printed for obvious reasons.
Why would sports books deny any bettor when the books themselves are raking in profits year after year? Greed. They know they are going to make boatloads of money on the average Joes who don't have access to the information and methodology of a sophisticated outfit like jrwins.com. And to be sure, the books don't want to share their profits with the wiseguys.
"Banning or limiting sophisticated players has been a regular part of Las Vegas sports betting for decades, and, like in the U.K., there's absolutely nothing illegal about it," the ESPN article says. "In Nevada, refusing to take bets from any customer, from card counters to wise-guy sports bettors, is completely within any casino's legal rights. From Caesars Palace to the Venetian to more local spots like Station Casinos, every bookmaker in town will tell you -- albeit somewhat quietly -- that they've 86'd customers for one reason or another."
Bookmakers have been targeting the jrwins.com team for years, but as our client base expands each season there's simply too many of us out there for them to find us all. Fortunately for most bettors, they won't be armed with a bankroll big enough to draw attention.
"They're not worried about the guys betting a couple hundred per game," our Northern Nevada source said. "It's sharp guys like us who are going anywhere from 1 to 10 dimes on a game that they're looking for. I took the Carson City book -- a small local shop -- for about $45,000 during one weekend of college football last year. The manager, older fella.. peach of a gentleman, came out to me the next week and said, `Sir, we just can't take your bets anymore. You're too good for us and you're killing our bottom line!' At least he had the stones to tell it to me straight."
While most bookmakers want nothing to do with the powerful information that Jacks members come armed with, some are wise enough to realize the value in taking their bets and responding accordingly (some have even been known to use our picks to go make their own bets at rival sports books!).
"We like having wise-guy action," said Chris Andrews, sportsbook director at the South Point Casinos and a nearly 40-year Nevada bookmaker told ESPN. "You can use their information if you manage them properly, and it will help your bottom line." But most books want the general public with their lack of information and betting strategies to continue to donate money weekly while keeping the serious professionals far away. "We are ... a mass-market leisure and entertainment business," Richard Flint, CEO of Sky Betting in the UK told ESPN. "And that word, 'business,' brings me to my first major point. We run a business, not a public service. And we run it to be a commercial success. I'm not embarrassed about that."
jrwins.com is all about making a profit as well and has been doing just that for decades. While we may have to jump through a few more hoops and take some off the beaten path approaches to get our action down, in the end the massive profits make the efforts more than worth it. Now it's time for YOU to decide which side of the fence you want to be on. Aren't you tired of being among the long line of suckers that the sports books lure in to empty their pockets year after year?
It's time to get in the know with jrwins.com and watch the books squirm as you cash winning ticket after winning ticket! Don't worry, when you win too much we'll share our trade secrets with you to make sure you'll never miss a winning bet. Call jrwins.com today at 800-499-FREE(3733) to become a part of our winning team that is crushing (and terrifying) sports books worldwide.