Who is AAA Sports?
AAA Sports "turned pro" in the Summer of 2012 and was a featured handicapping service at Covers Experts for over a decade. This team of handicappers is now a well-oiled machine, having finished among the Nation's best in every major North American sport. They are both proud and humbled to now be a part of the esteemed Picks and Parlays team of World Class handicappers!
What sports do they bet on?
The majority of AAA Sports' bets are placed on the big 6 leagues (NFL, NCAAF, NBA, NCAAB, MLB and NHL), but they'll occasionally release picks on MMA, Soccer, CFL and Esports when they see value. They're also heavily into player propostion or "prop" wagers.
What are their handicapping systems/methods?
AAA Sports does not subscribe to any single handicapping methodology, but instead they feel that being flexible with ones approach is the best way to secure profits over the long-term. Sometimes they keep it simple, while other times they’ll take into account numerous different factors, like motivation, scheduling and significant injuries. Recognizing classic "spot bets" is something they always do as well, IE: the "look ahead" spot, the "let down" spot and the "trap" game.
What is their strategy for pick rating and bankroll management?
Plays are rated on 1-10 "star" basis. Every 10* play represents 1% of their sports betting bankroll. Wager size will vary based on bankroll size. If one has a bankroll of $10,000, then AAA recommends wagering to win $100 on each of his 10* plays. A *9 play would require wagering to win $90 and so on. Of course, in this area, the final decision is entirely up to each individual player and can vary based on individual goals and risk tolerance. A more aggressive investor may elect to wager a larger percentage of bankroll per play.
What should I expect for pick volume and release time?
AAA Sports generally release their plays the evening before or the morning of for daily sports, with football picks released mid-week for the upcoming weekend.