The daily recaps are a solid resource. Most Selective Capper on Twitter: George Kent (aka Bambino_Bets) George Kent, or Bambino Bets as he might be better known as is an extremely selective handicapper, with less than 300 picks posted since he joined Twitter back in April 2019.
Handicappers & Sports Betting Industry. Jimmy Boyd. Follow @boydsbets. Jack Jones. Follow @betfirmsjack. Steve Janus. Follow @stevejanus. Kyle Hunter. Follow @KyleHunterPicks.
IB The Gambler – Gambling Twitter sports betting personality. James Holzauer – Former Jeopardy champion turned sports betting columnist. Jared Smith – Sports betting analyst for Pickswise. Jason Logan – Senior industry analyst for Covers
1. @JoeFortenbaugh – Dad Jokes Spliced with Hard Hitting Analysis. Joe Fortenbaugh is a voice you might recognize if you’ve got any sports betting podcasts in your usual queue. He’s part of ESPN’s Daily Wager podcast, as well the morning host of the Bay Area’s premier sports radio station, 95.7 the Game.
One of the newer, but better and quickly growing resources for sports bettors is Twitter. So our team has compiled a list of the people on twitter that are the most influential and beneficial to sports bettors. 1. Scott Van Pelt. Twitter Handle: @notthefakeSVP. # of Followers: 280,998.
1. Todd Fuhrman- 126.2k Followers After making the famous Las Vegas casino, Caesars, millions of dollars by being their... 2. Bill Barnwell- 185.2k Followers The man with a plan. Bill isn’t your average sports analyst and according to his... 3. Steve Fezzik- 58k Followers The only 2-times back to ...
Site founder and props handicapper Cort Smith also maintains a very active Twitter profile tracking each of their recommended props. Follow him @bettheprop. Best Sports Handicapping Podcasts . Beating the Book. Expert handicapper Gill Alexander brought innovation to the world of baseball betting by embracing advanced analytics in his handicapping.
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Who are the best/most successful cappers on Twitter that exclusively make free picks? EDIT: To clarify WHY it's dumb to pay a Twitter capper for picks: Time and time again over the past two years I've seen people complaining because a guy who was successful as a free capper kept on losing with his VIP picks.