AAA Sports


If you're looking for a proven handicapping champion to follow this wagering season, then look no further than AAA Sports! Since turning pro in the summer of 2012 they've finished in the Top 5 (with numerous No. 1 placements!) in almost every major North American sport. 

For example, last year they'd go +$9.1K w/ ALL NFL picks and that included a now LEGENDARY 11-3 (79%) run through the playoffs, featuring a 3-0 (100%) +$3,000 SWEEP in Super Bowl 50!

NBA/NHL/NCAAF/NFL = +$75,000 units LIFETIME!


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Last 10 Picks 4 - 6 ( 40% )
Aug 29 W MLB Boston 500
Aug 29 L MLB LA Dodgers -1430
Aug 28 W NFL Jacksonville 800
Aug 28 L NFL Arizona -880
Aug 28 L MLB U (MIN at TOR) -880
Aug 28 L NFL O (SD at MIN) -856
Aug 27 W NFL O (PHI at IND) 800
Aug 27 L MLB Kansas City -1000
Aug 27 L MLB Detroit -1100
Aug 26 W NFL U (GB at SF) 1000
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Expert's Edge
  • 2016 College Football Preview: Mountain West

    After wandering around in the wilderness for years, New Mexico is finally back on its feet. The Lobos are counting heavily on continued improvement from QB Lamar Jordan, who split time last season and had five TD passes (eight interceptions) while completing just 51 percent of his passes. He’ll get plenty of help, because NM should be able to run the ball behind a solid offensive line and veteran RBs.

  • 2016 College Football Preview: The Big 12

    The stars and planets are all aligned properly for Oklahoma, and barring a rash of injuries or a variety of strange things happening in the conference, the Sooners should make a return trip to the College Football Playoffs. The league is losing some excellent quarterbacks this season, but the Sooners have a great one back in Heisman candidate Baker Mayfield. RBs Joe Mixon and Damaje Perine also return. And don’t forget the defense, which allowed the fewest points in the conference last season.

  • The Betting Landscape Has Changed Drastically

    Before the Golden State Warriors screwed up the NBA Finals, they benefitted when the Oklahoma City Thunder screwed up in the semifinals. As hoopheads gasped, the Thunder – who had rolled past Dallas in five games and San Antonio in six – blew that 3-games-to-1 lead and allowed the Warriors to go on to do pretty much the same thing in the title series against the Cavaliers.

About AAA

Name: AAA Sports

Background: It’s been a meteoric rise for AAA Sports since it broke onto the national scene in the Summer of 2012.

Achievements (100% verifiable by this site!):

2012: AAA Sports finished among the nation's leaders in the NFL.

2013: The stars aligned for AAA Sports, it would finish among the best in the World in College Football, the NBA and in the NHL (both in the regular season and in the playoffs).

AAA Sports accomplished what no other handicapper or service has ever done in the history of the industry in 2013/14, ultimately finishing with three Top 5 placements in three different sports in the same wagering season (was widely regarded as one of the most decorated services in the World that

2014: AAA Sports would finish among the countries elite in the NFL Preseason.

2014/15: AAA Sports would once again finish among the absolute best on the planet in the National Basketball Association.

2015/16: AAA Sports finishes among the best in the nation on the NFL gridiron, capped off with an incredible 11-3 (79%) Playoff run and a perfect 3-0 (100%) SWEEP with side/total/teaser in Super Bowl 50 (note, a major highlight of their now LEGENDARY NFL playoff profit surge included a PERFECT 4-0, 100% mark with their 2-Team 7-Point TEASERs!).

What can you expect with a weekly/monthly or sport specific subscription?

A LOT of plays!

AAA Sports plays almost every single "weeknight" Football game (both the NFL and College), as well as 5 to 7 game Football cards on Saturday and Sunday. You can also expect large NBA, NHL and College Basketball cards each and every day possible. MLB cards are released very early so that you always have time to shop around for the best lines possible). AAA Sports didn't put together its amazing life-time records by playing passively!

Ratings of Plays: Plays are rated on 1-10 "star" basis.

AAA Sports’ biggest football and basketball "point-spread (ATS)" plays receive their 10* ranking. Nearly all of their point-spread plays fall in the 8* to 10* range, as AAA has confidence in all their plays and doesn't believe in significant variances in wager sizes.

In addition to wagering on money-line underdogs, AAA Sports will occasionally recommend a larger money-line favorite. In these cases, in keeping in line with their belief that wagers should be similar in size, they’ll typically lower their star rating. For example, they may love a -150 favorite but only assign it a 6* or 7* rating.

Systems Used in Handicapping: AAA Sports does not subscribe to any one single handicapping methodology, but they instead feel that being flexible with ones approach is the best way to secure profits over the longterm. Sometimes they keep it simple, while other times they’ll take into account a bunch of 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.

The actual contestants on the field of play rarely enter into their equation when making selections, unless it's a Top 3 player like a LeBron James or Aaron Rodgers etc. One set of criteria which they almost always use when making their decisions are Against The Spread (ATS) statistics.

Money Management: For AAA Sports, 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.