BETTING First Look with Marco D’Angelo: Iowa St at Texas A&M

Marco D’Angelo has been a professional sports handicapper and bettor since 1980. Marco moved to Las Vegas in 2008. During the 2010 Baseball Season Marco made handicapping history when he won a documented 25 Baseball Games in a row. What was even more impressive was the fact that he never laid more than -120 in any of the 25 plays. The 25 game winning streak, was documented by the Sports Monitor of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Marco is a 2 Time winner of Preferred Picks Wise Guy Football Contest.  Marco’s signature play is his College Football Game of the Year as Marco has gone 26-8 with this game over his 34 year career.


Marco has been featured as a guest handicapper on several radio shows as he has been on ESPN regional and national shows, Yahoo Sports Radio, Sports Overnight America, as well as appearing on shows covering regional teams in both College and Pro sports. Marco was co-host of a successful Las Vegas Show for several years. Marco is also the go to guy for Horse Racing information from media outlets.
Be sure to tune in to Marco’s daily podcast “The Betting First Look Show” where Marco breaks down one game in detail for Free everyday. Follow Marco on twitter: @MarcoInVegas

MARCO’S 5% CBB GAME OF MONTH

BIG PLAY ALERT!! If you were on board on Wednesday Night when Marco released his 5% NBA Game of the Month on Utah -6.5 that WON 102-73 you won’t want to miss today’s Big Play. Marco has found a game on the Saturday card that is so strong that he is making it his 5% College Game of the Month. Marco’s 5% Plays have been money in the bank as Marco has a lifetime record of 38-18-1 at WagerTalk. Marco is 8-1 with the last 9 of these Rare 5% plays. This play combines both statistical data as well as great situational handicapping all pointing to the same side. Join Marco for his 5% COLLEGE GAME OF THE MONTH for just $30. This game is backed by a 150% Guarantee if this game doesn’t win you will receive a $45 credit put in your account for future use with any of Marco’s Plays

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