Bio: It didn’t take long for Ricky Tran to make his mark in the Sports Betting industry. He burst onto the scene just prior to the 2018 NCAA Tournament, and the profits piled up in a hurry. He was the top money earner in the month of March, and he finished the college basketball season with a record of 53-28 +$16,925. After profitable seasons with both NBA and NHL, the baseball season has had it’s ups and downs. He’s looking forward to another profitable football season, much like the +$13,940 showing with NFL only in 2017.
Ricky comes into the 2019 football season with a bit of a swagger in his step. He’s been lighting up the leaderboards all summer long, bringing hefty profits for his customers. He put together an epic MLB run from May 1 through to August 1, going 166-117 for a profit of +$18,479 for dime players.
The “Old Guard” in the handicapping industry is still somewhat reluctant to accept the fact that times have changed. Ricky represents a new breed of handicapper. Youthful, enthusiastic, technically savvy and up to date with the latest tools of the trade; but he’s not shy to trust his gut on any given bet and ignore the stats. Tired of the same old square bets you get from other handicappers? Join with Ricky today and get his razor sharp picks and analysis!
Shoot Out The Lights (totals play): As a fan, we all like to see a high scoring game. Whether it’s basketball, football or hockey, offense is always more fun than defense. If you want to sit back and watch two teams pile up the points, this signature play is on a game that should go WAY OVER!
Beware of Dog (underdog play): If you like playing favorites, you best stay away from this game. When Ricky decides to back the underdog, it usually indicates that the favorite is grossly overvalued. This particular play features an underdog that should threaten to win outright!
Clash of the Titans: This signature play usually features a high profile game, often between two teams that are battling for the top spot in the league, division or conference.
Game of the Week/Month/Year: The top play for each particular sport, for the week, month or year.