Sports betting expert and Host of VSiN's "A Numbers Game", Gill uncovers the best of sports handicapping including free picks, the ins and outs of gambling strategies, and the truth behind sports book and casino operations. Together with industry high stakes handicappers and sports wagering experts, Gill covers NFL, college football, MLB baseball, golf, horse racing, and more. Listen to this entertaining and informative podcast for a winning edge.
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Gill Alexander, Todd Wishnev (VSiN Contributor), Will Hill (VSiN Contributor), and Chris Fallica (Fox Sports) break down all of the week 12 NFL betting action! The quartet gives you their best bets of the week, best teaser options, which big favorite... more
Gill Alexander and Kelley Bydlon give their thoughts on every game on the week 12 NFL slate on Monday's Beating The Book. What are their initial thoughts on the week 12 schedule? Also, some impressions on week ten Sunday. more
Gill Alexander, Todd Wishnev (VSiN Contributor), Will Hill (VSiN Contributor), and Clevta (@Clevta) break down all of the week 11 NFL betting action! The quartet gives you their best bets of the week, best teaser options, which big favorite is most l... more
Unbearable parlay of interruptions
I’ve listened to Gill Alexander for years. Whatever show or format he produces the very best gambling content out there - just the right balance of statistical based insights and entertainment. What’s more, Gill clearly loves and respects radio and broadcast history. Everything he has done is crispy produced, interesting and consistent. So it’s disappointing that the famed Mega Pod has declined so much recently. The rotating guest is almost always the most interesting and informed perspective wh... more
Have listened to Gill through the many iterations of this show. What used to be a betting oriented show has turned into a run of the mill football show. Both the guessing lines show and Thursday Mega Pod dedicate too much time going over the game high and low lights. We can get that anywhere. Chris Andrews on the Guessing Lines show and the original Betting Dork cast are sorely missed. Show is VANILLA.
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Fun to listen to, except when Todd talks. He is almost always loud and obnoxious. And lately, the audio has been terrible. In the last episode, the worst audio was Gill's, and he's the main person to listen to.
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Beating The Book launched 9 years ago and published 450 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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