If you are looking for a flashy website you are in the wrong place. If are looking for a bunch of "awards" and made up championships from "World Famous" Handicappers that do not exist, you are in the wrong place. If you are looking for a service that does exactly what it advertises...which is win, you have come to the right place. Linechangers.com will be headed up by one of the youngest most widely known handicappers in the business, Geoffrey Weigel. Mr Weigel has been widely known to be one of the best College Basketball handicappers in the business today, in 2011 he was rated #1 Overall at Line.com, and 2012 #2 Rated overall at prosportsmonitor.com. In 2013 he is aiming to become #1 again. His team consists of some of the most revered guys that have ever entered a Las Vegas Sportsbook, the type of guys who walk in and when they place their bet, the book changes the line...hence the name...LineChangers.com.
A breakdown of our service, each play will be given a UNIT Rating from 1-10, 10 being the highest. Our UNITS break down essentially to $20 a UNIT using a $1,000 bankroll as the basis for an average starting bankroll. So if you are given a 5 UNIT play you would bet $100 on that game assuming you are starting with a $1,000 Bankroll, adjust this according to your own individual bankroll.
Some things to consider and to remember when betting on sports.
1. Do not bet what you can't afford to lose, sports gambling is an investment and need to be done using patience and discipline and sticking with a professional over the course of an entire season. Never bet your rent, your car payment, or your even your kids lunch money. If you are getting so angry after a loss, it's probably because you shouldn't be betting that money. Although we are experts, we are not psychics and we will lose games. Patience, and discipline are key to winning over the long-haul, you must trust and stick with the system over an entire season, and you will profit. If you don't fit this profile, do not subscribe to our service.
2. Oddsmakers are very good at their jobs, and Vegas books make alot of money, if a line looks too good to be true...it probably is. These are called trap lines, and usually the public will jump all over it, Vegas wins these bets a very large % of the time. Betting against the public is a good bet 9 times out of 10, and is one of many tactics used by some of the experts you will be getting information from on this website. This is just another reason why you should stick with a professional for an entire season, don't jump from service to service, website to website, or pro to pro...you will never make money doing this.
3. A true sharp guy or wise guy doesn't look at feats of athleticism or the strengths and weaknesses of teams. Instead, he uses his knowledge of statistics to ferret out betting lines that appear askew. Often, those propositions do not center on the outcome of a game, but on how many points a team will score during the second half, or whether both teams will amass a certain combined score. This is just another reason why the public ends up losing so often.
4. It can't be said enough...be patient. Depending on what sport it is, most seasons last anywhere from 5 months to 7 months. Understand fully that what you are doing is an investment, a long-term investment. Your patience will be rewarded if you remember this very important rule of thumb. This is 100% why the money management system is in place, although we cannot force you to follow the units system that we have in place, it is highly recommended that you do so, this will in turn maximize your profit potential from season to season.
5. And lastly...have fun. Enjoy the games, remember that sports and sports betting are for entertainment purposes. Understand you are betting with real professionals and your money is in very capable hands. We are 100% here to help you and will be for the long haul, if you show faith and trust in us, we will reward you by growing your investment larger than you thought possible. Sports are extremely enjoyable, and sometimes in this business, people forget that.