Sports Betting Books

Sports betting is a huge industry but it can be hard to find good reading material related to sports betting.

Here are the 5 best sports betting books that I have read.

Fixed Odds Sports Betting

For book number five we return to author Joseph Buchdahl. Fixed Odds Sports Betting was written in 2003 but still holds up as one of the best sports betting books around. Buchdahl was a former bet runner for the previously mentioned Patrick Veitch and in looking to emulate him has spent a huge amount time collecting sports betting data. Looking for ways in which to profit from the sports betting markets. Fixed Odds Sports Betting aim...

Trading In The Zone

Trading In The Zone by Mark Douglas is not a book about sports betting. It is based on trading the stock market however a lot information provided is this book can be applied to sports betting and sports trading very well. This book tackles the psychology behind good and bad trading. It is often regarded as the bible when it comes to books on trading psychology. Trading In The Zone’s main message is to not bring our emotions into tra...

Enemy Number One – Patrick Veitch

Enemy Number One is the autobiography of professional sports bettor Patrick Veitch. Veitch is estimated to have made over £10 million profit from betting on horse racing. This book details the beginnings of his betting career as a student studying maths at Cambridge. Through to his career as a full time sports bettor. Along the way Veitch became a target for extortion from a dangerous criminal who later would go on to be tried for mu...

Gambling For Life – Harry Findlay

Gambling For Life by Harry Findlay is a very different read to the first selection. Where as Squares and Sharps, Suckers and Sharks is a book that makes you question whether you should be sports betting at all. Gambling For Life is a much easier read as it documents the story of colorful professional sports bettor Harry Findlay. Although its probably not a book that is going to aid your sports betting. I found Gambling For Life a ver...

Squares And Sharps, Suckers And Sharks

Written by well renowned sports betting writer Joseph Buchdahl. Who writes for the bookmaker Pinnacle and is also the author of two other highly rated sports betting books. Squares and Sharps, Suckers and Sharks is Buchdahl’s latest offering. This book takes a stark and realistic look at the sports betting markets. It isn’t a book that encourages sports betting or has tales of people winning millions. In fact in might do the polar op...