Frequently Asked Questions at SH – Daily Report – Aug 4

The frequently asked questions page at Sports Hub is one more resource for the sports bettor looking for success. Here at the Sports Hub headquarters, we are all about information. With decades of experience in the sports betting industry, we have developed relationships that allow us to access information that the average bettor cannot access. We pass that information on to our readers in an effort to help them achieve success.

Part of the information that we provide comes in the form of frequently asked questions. These are typical at most any website you visit nowadays. At Sports Hub, we’ve taken the frequently asked questions to the next level. When you visit our main page, you’ll see the FAQ section at the bottom. You will also see one at the bottom of various pages.

Sports Hub’s Frequently Asked Questions 

Let’s say you are searching for soccer picks. You go to Sports Hub where you can get the best picks around. From the main page, you find the Pick Center and choose Soccer Picks. If you had a question – maybe one that comes up a lot like “What is double chance betting?” – you can check the list of frequently asked questions at the bottom of the page.

Frequently Asked Questions at Sports Hub
Frequently Asked Questions at Sports Hub

If you go to any of our picks pages, you can scroll to the bottom of the page and find a list of frequently asked questions. These answers just provide more information for our readers in the specific sports. Maybe you don’t understand the run line in baseball. It’s a common problem with baseball betting. You can check the FAQ section to see if there is a question about MLB run lines (there is, by the way). Providing these frequently asked questions sections is just one more way that Sports Hub is here to help you.

Frequently Asked Questions About the Leaderboard

Every day we look at my leaderboard and bettors get to learn more about the talents of the handicappers here at Sports Hub. What many readers might miss are the frequently asked questions at the bottom of the page. Here at Sports Hub, we are committed to helping bettors win more bets and pad their bankrolls. One of the ways we can do so is by providing the best information in the business.

Frequently Asked Questions at Sports Hub
Today’s Leaders – Frequently Asked Questions

Sure, we have tons of articles about every sports betting topic you can think of, but bettors can learn a lot just by reading the frequently asked questions that appear on several of our pages. There are certain questions that seem to come up more often than others. We took the liberty of identifying them and providing you with the answers.

Now, let’s answer the question of who topped my leaderboard yesterday.

  • The Bookie: With a name like “The Bookie,” the guy has to be good, right? The Bookie is another of the many Sports Hub experts. Yesterday, he went 3-0 and added $300 to his bankroll. The Bookie has 20 years in the bookmaking industry and he’s developed some strong relationships with sportsbooks. That gives him a ton of inside information to answer your most frequently asked questions.
  • Gino De Luca: Gino has been here before. He also went 3-0 yesterday hitting two MLB picks and a Leagues Cup soccer pick. With $300 yesterday, Gino is now up $569 for the last three days and $1149 over the last 30. 
  • Familiar names: Ben Miller and James Acker also had solid days yesterday. You should be used to hearing their names by now. Ben went 3-1 nailing the Over on last night’s NFL Hall of Fame game and hitting two more MLB picks. Ben is up $1244 for the last seven days. Pretty impressive! James went 4-1 and won $242. He’s Sports Hub’s No. 5 MLB handicapper and soon he and Ben might be the answer to some frequently asked questions.

Today’s Sports Schedule 

It’s a beautiful Friday here in scenic Costa Rica. It’s a day full of betting opportunities for savvy bettors in search of their next win. The schedule is chock full of sports, which is something you usually don’t associate with a Friday in the first week of August.

Frequently Asked Questions & Sports Schedules at Sports Hub

The baseball schedule is full and we even see the start of some baseball for little guys (and girls). CFL Week 9 continues and there’s golf and tennis available for connoisseurs of those sports. The bottom line is that if you are looking for betting value, it’s out there. You just have to go find it. You could also use the help of the professional handicappers here at Sports Hub. Just sayin’.

Here’s a look at today’s sports schedule.

  1. MLB: Baseball is still king for bettors this time of year. All 30 MLB teams will be in action today starting their weekend series. Have questions about betting on baseball? Check the frequently asked questions on our Baseball Picks page.
  1. LLWS: It’s time for the Little League World Series again. The regional tournaments started yesterday for both the Little League Baseball World Series and the Little League Softball World Series. The LLWS tournament in Williamsport, PA, begins on August 16.
  2. CFL: The last remaining unbeaten, Toronto (6-0), travels to Calgary to take on the Stampeders. The Argonauts are also 6-0 ATS this season. Toronto has covered in three of its wins by double digits.
  3. Soccer: There’s no women’s World Cup action today as teams prepare for the start of the Round of 16 on Saturday. But, take your pick. There is Leagues Cup action, USL Championship, and all sorts of international soccer. Want to know more about soccer betting? Check out the frequently asked questions at the bottom of the Soccer Picks page.
  4. Golf: Russell Henley shot an 8-under 62 to take the lead in the Wyndham Championship. Second round play continues today. 

Look Out – Here’s What’s Trending

Even though it’s not football or basketball season, it’s still a great time in the sports year. NFL and NCAA football teams are in their training camps and their seasons will be here before you know it. A Sports Hub membership will help you navigate the season. We have the best football handicappers in the industry and they’ll be here all season offering you picks, information, and more.

You can hit up our Football Picks page anytime. You’ll find that there are already NFL picks in the system for Week 1 of the regular season. If you scroll to the bottom of the page, you’ll also find a list of frequently asked questions about betting on football. If you’re new to sports betting, check them out. The more you know, the more success you can have.

Now, back to what’s trending in sports!

  • Debut pitchers: Max Scherzer got off to a slow start but picked it up to strike out 9 and beat the Chicago White Sox in his first start as a Texas Ranger. Jack Flaherty got his first win as a Baltimore Oriole pitching six innings, allowing one run, while striking out eight. 
  • Big 12 or bust: Arizona is likely headed to the Big 12. That marks the second Pac-12 team to exit the conference. Rumors are starting about Arizona State following their in-state rivals. As I mentioned yesterday, Washington and Oregon are looking to make the move to the Big Ten. 
  • Diana Taurasi: The WNBA great became the first player in league history to score 10,000 career points. Taurasi, who is in her 19th season, became the WNBA’s leading scorer in 2017. 
  • Football is back: Thank God! The NFL Hall of Fame game took place last night and, while it was mostly guys fighting for an NFL roster spot, it was still football. Bettors who want more wins this season will join Sports Hub to gain access to our vast network of handicappers. Oh, and you can read the frequently asked questions at the bottom of the Football Picks page.

I’m grateful that football is back. I can’t wait for you to take advantage of all Sports Hub has to offer this football season. Don’t forget to join Sports Hub if you haven’t already. It’s free and it will absolutely be worth it. We’ve got tons of information that the average bettor cannot access. We’ve got the best of the best cappers in the business offering daily picks, free picks, baseball picks, soccer picks, and more. It’s a win for everybody! Come back tomorrow for more.

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Joe takes care of the bits and pieces that sometimes slip through the cracks of the sports world. Efficiency and consistency is what makes different. JB helps keep Sports Hub’s content fresh and exciting, managing its many authors. From the New York area, Joe knew he had a knack for sports betting when his uncle was always asking him which side he was on as a young boy. His meticulous approach to the numbers formed his career path as a professional handicapper. Joe is sometimes called Jimmy Bagpipes, JB or Mr. B.