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How to Beat the Pro Football Pointspread: A Comprehensive, No-Nonsense Guide to Picking NFL Winners Paperback – October 28, 2008
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Awesome info. Funny, too. There really has been nothing else like it. If there was, I would have seen it by now. I've put down other books on this subject in bookstores - a quick read and you could see they were junk. With this book's help already, this past weekend, I targeted two winners - Rams and Lions - that I never would have thought or had the nerve to bet on had I not read this book. Thanks, man!
Couldve been written a bit clearer, t's more like a critical essay, criticizing everything. Yet it is not offering any real suggestions on how to win.
In 2006, Bobby Smith wrote How to Beat the Pro Football Pointspread: A Comprehensive, No-Nonsense Guide to Picking NFL Winners (Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.). Not only is this a bad book, but it exposes another plagiarist who fails to recognize that books should be original. This book is illegal and amounts to nothing more than literary identity theft.
In 2015, just one year after Miller died, Skyhorse Publishing and Smith released their 2nd Edition How to Beat the Pro Football Pointspread: A Comprehensive, No-Nonsense Guide to Picking NFL Winners.
Really? J.R. Miller’s son, J.V. Miller, who now owns the copyright, is suing Skyhorse and Smith, seeking a Cease and Desist order as well as a demand for payment for damages of $1 million.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Alot of information that is useful but it doesnt hold you by the hand. It gives you examples and you have to do the rest.Published 4 months ago by Saintsfan1977
Just a poorly written book. There's just no new information that I cant find on the internet. It seems like he copied all the info and pasted it into his book. Read morePublished on February 27, 2012 by Rickstar
I bought this after reading a positive review. In realty it is just more of the same useless information. The author owns a paid handicapping service. Read morePublished on October 30, 2010 by Amazon Customer
He does a good job of explaining the wagering process. Could have gone a little deeper as I think new bettors grasp the basics pretty quick. For new and intermediate level players. Read morePublished on November 4, 2009 by Barker