On this episode of the Paul Stone Sports Podcast, Paul is digging into a Tweet that he sent out earlier this week which read, "Wagering on sports at its best should not be viewed as a short-term means of creating excitement for your consumption pleasure, but rather a long-term strategy rooted in patience, probability and investment.
Some people certainly do wager on sports as a form of entertainment and may be just fine with some level of long-term loss. They just enjoy the adrenaline rush of the wager. And that's ok if that is your end goal.
But if you're looking for (profitable) success in sports betting, Paul explains why you have to center your strategy around patience, probability and investment.
Speaking of success in sports betting, Paul is off of his eighth-straight winning season in College Football going 56% against the spread as monitored by The Sports Monitor of Oklahoma. And you can sign up right now to be among the first to be notified when Paul releases his College Football Package, along with some Early Bird bonuses by entering your email address here.
While you do that, keep an ear out for a "prime" complimentary selection in the upcoming College Football season within the episode.