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From hoops to hockey, and from football to fairways, WagerTalk: Sports Betting Tips is your premier destination for daily sports betting analysis. WagerTalk: Sports Betting Tips provides video content from some of the world's premier sports betting experts and handicappers.
WagerTalk Today: Join Teddy Covers and The Prez every weekday for WagerTalk's version of a sports betting variety hour. We invite handicappers, bookmakers and sports betting personalities to share their thoughts on upcoming games and events.
Bet On It: WagerTalk's premier NFL and college football handicapping show, featuring Kelly Stewart, Marco D'Angelo, Gianni the Greek and Ralph Michaels.
First Pitch: Drew Martin and a rotating panel of baseball handicappers discuss each day's MLB betting slate.
Puck Time: Carmine Bianco and Andrew McInnis lead the power play on our daily NHL betting show.
NBA Tip-Off: Joe Raineri runs the pick-and-roll with a rotating cast of basketball handicappers during the NBA season.
Stoppage Time: The soccer handicappers from WagerTalk and Sportsmemo join forces to break down the weekly soccer action from across the globe.
Tee Time from Vegas: Pro bettor Andy Lang joins PGA professional Nick Borrman each week as we discuss the upcoming PGA Tour event from a betting perspective.
In addition to our daily and weekly sports betting content that is outlined above, WagerTalk TV features an extensive library of handicapping tips for bettors of all experience levels. Not sure what some betting terms mean or have a question about something on the odds board? There's a very good chance that we have an answer for you in our Betting 101 archives.
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