Welcome to GamblerGuys.com, the website that brings you the stories and backgrounds of the world’s top gamblers. The purpose of this site is to introduce you to gambling by looking at the very best practitioners in the world. Gambling success has not come easy for any of them.
The rocky road can occasionally be the most profitable, so it takes a special kind of person to pursue gaming as a profession. Many top gamblers are mathematical geniuses, but they learned hard lessons on the way to multimillion dollar success.
- We focus on the point in their life that they became gamblers.
- When did they realize they could quit their day job?
- What made them famous?
You not only want to meet these masters of their respective gambling environs, but you’re curious about their processes, their methods and means of success. We not only running feature profiles of the world’s best gamblers, we provide interesting articles about professional gambling. The world of gambling can operate with a law onto itself, and it is full of fascinating places and people. Skilled players get to see it all. We share what it takes to enter and how to be a successful gambler.
At GamblerGuys.com, we take a fun and provocative approach to gambling professionally, betting that your level of know-how ensures that you can learn ways to increase your gambling success. Our gaming and sports experts help you answer all your questions about professional gambling.
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What does it take to be a professional gambler? Today’s tech-savvy gamblers research, analyze and exploit every game available. Find out what’s available for the ordinary player.
Meet the World’s Leading Sports Gambler, Bob Voulgaris. How Bob went from working an edge in NBA games to a quantitative sports gambler, a key player in the computer analysis business of big money athletic sports.
British horse better, Dave Nevison, goes to the races on a single day and comes home with pockets full of money. His financial service employer gave him the heave-ho at work, and he took the severance pay and went to the track.
Frenchman Sylvain Loosli went from a video poker junkie to the guy with the highest stack of chips at the World Series of Poker tournament, and he is only 26.