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Art Aronson

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No sugar-coating a 1-4 day. AAA dropped the ball on Fri. 

Losing days have been few and far between, an IMMEDIATE response is expected!

JUST CHECK THOSE STREAKS BELOW!


Nation SMASHING Runs:
 

62-34 (65%) w/ his L96 TOP RATED *10* picks.

48-30 (62%) w/ L78 "totals" all sports.

68-47 +$14,996 in Feb, 82-61 +$14,153 in March.

Since January 19th, 2014, AAA is 233-163 +$47,801.

Year To Date Records:

NBA: 145-116 +$20,820

NHL: 157-108 +$22,379 & 28-14 (67%) w/ 3-GM NHL paks

Arena Football: 5-3 +$1,690

MLB 2014: 22-11 (67%) +$8,138, 4-1 (80%) RUN LINE

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Expert's Edge
  • Take the money and run: Biggest betting streaks

    Finding a hot team to ride or a cold team to fade is like striking sports betting oil. Covers Expert Art Aronson breaks down some of the biggest streaks and slumps in betting, and if those teams will continue on those stretches this week.

  • Take the money and run: Biggest betting streaks

    Finding a hot team to ride or a cold team to fade is like striking sports betting oil. Covers Expert Art Aronson breaks down some of the biggest streaks and slumps in betting, and if those teams will continue on those stretches this week.

  • Take the money and run: Biggest betting streaks

    Finding a hot team to ride or a cold team to fade is like striking sports betting oil. Covers Expert Art Aronson breaks down some of the biggest streaks and slumps in betting, and if those teams will continue on those stretches this week.

About Art

Interview: Read Art's exculsive interview with the Covers Experts manager HERE


Name: Art Aronson. AKA “AAA Sports”


Age: 28

Background: For as long as he can remember, Art Aronson always knew he wanted a career in sports. As a young child, he dreamed of being a pro athlete. A realist from a young age, Art soon realized he had a better shot at becoming a sports journalist or broadcaster. His formative years were spent digesting as much sports-related info as possible, while participating in numerous fantasy and sports-handicapping related contests. A fascination with sports-gambling was only natural.

A self-admitted "Alex Keaton type," Aronson was "paper-trading" with his sports picks, while doing the same with stocks, long before becoming old enough to participate in the real thing. Perhaps even more impressive than his early success, was Art's meticulous record-keeping and attention to detail.

After high-school, Art studied radio broad-casting, all the while keeping his focus on sports. It wasn't the typical or expected path for someone with his high intelligence, but Art's vision of becoming an ESPN broadcaster remained clear. Of age, sports-betting gradually became more than a hobby.

Art would like to tell you that he put himself through school with his winnings but that wasn't entirely the case. He did, however, make his life considerably more comfortable, while steadily building his bankroll.

After graduating, Art entered the work force, holding positions at various radio stations on the West Coast. Still a pragmatist, it didn't take him long to realize that he was making more money from his "side job" than he was working the radio.

That’s all ancient history now, Art is a house hold name in the handicapping industry and for good reason!

Recent Accomplishments: In the professional sports handicapping industry, the saying: “It’s not what have you done for me, but what have you done for me lately”, simply could not be more apt.

That’s just fine with “AAA”, his “Football” numbers over the last couple of years could go toe-to-toe with any other handicapper on the planet!

2012:

NFL 2012 Regular Season: 86-61-3 (+$18,439)
NFL 2012 Playoffs: 14-9-1 (+$2,750)
NFL 2012 Combined: 100-70-4 (+$21,189)
NCAAF 2012 Bowls: 25-17-1 (+$6,703)

2013:

NCAAF 2013 Regular Season: 101-57 (+$37,810)
NCAAF 2013 Bowls: 19-16 (+$1,543) (Played every single Bowl game last year)
NCAAF 2013 Combined: 112-73 (+$39,353)
Finishes 2013 Regular Season: 28-9 (76%) with 10* side selections over the last eight combined Saturday’s of action

First Half Specialist:

“First Half” NCAAF Career Record: 42-20 (68%)
“First Half” NFL Career Record: 26-17 (60%)

Ratings of Plays: Plays are rated on 1-10 "star" basis. Art's biggest football and basketball "point-spread (ATS)" plays receive his 10* ranking. Nearly all of his point-spread plays fall in the 8* to 10* range, as Aronson has confidence in all his plays and doesn't believe in significant variances in wager sizes.

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

Systems Used in Handicapping: Occasionally teased about being a "sports-aholic," Art doesn't do much except read about sports and watch games on TV. Even before he began betting, Art strove to know everything about every player on every team. He now puts his knowledge to good use, having developed his own form of fundamental handicapping. As far as Aronson is concerned, it all starts with an in depth understanding of the coaches, personnel and matchups played on the field/court. Next, he considers situational and technical factors.

Aronson's approach is a little different with professional sports than it is with collegiate ones. However, in all sports, obtaining optimal line value is always emphasized.

Money Management: For Art, every 10* play represents 1% of his sports betting bankroll. Wager size will vary based on bankroll size. If one has a bankroll of $10,000, then Art 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.