Sport Gambling 101 Kindle Edition
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Top customer reviews
- The book is extremely short. It would be even shorter if it wasn't so repetitive. Aside from the glossary of terms I wanted, there is almost no useful content in the book. The $12 book could have been a $3 pamphlet
- The formatting for the Kindle is awful. Line breaks all over the place, so it always feels like you're reading a book of haiku or something.
- The writing is extremely amateurish; the book feels as if it was written by a middle school child. There is a definition in the glossary for pundant which I reeeeally think is trying to define pundit. There is one section where the author randomly goes on a rant about US politics in the middle east. Spelling errors. A chapter on how you could become a bookie (which of course you wouldn't do) which is just embarrassing to read. A ridiculous (thankfully short) section on the role of beautiful women in sports gambling. And so on.
So if you want a glossary of sports gambling terminology, you'll get it. But you won't be getting much else. Just so you know what you're getting into...