Zack Cimini has been working in sports gaming since 2000, when he worked as a ghostwriter at the age of 16. It wasn’t until nine years later that he got his shot on the big stage. In 2009, he started his career as a handicapping service, and has made a name for himself with futures bets.
Many career handicappers don’t put too much effort into futures bets. It’s hard to hit on those bets, but they make good money. One of Zack’s biggest moments was winning UConn at 40-1 in February of 2011. He also hit the Giants 40-1 in November 2010 and the Spurs at 5-1 after being down 2-1 against the Mavericks in 2014.
But you’re not looking for low-percentage futures bets. You’re looking for the day-to-day success that builds bankroll over time. Zack’s philosophy here is simple: if he sees value, he plays. If not, he doesn’t. Some days there may be several plays, and some days there may be none.
But when there are plays, you need to pay attention. Zack has notched six top 10 finishes just since 2015. His all sports streak is up over $7,500 in profit since August 2015.
Sometimes streaks like that are built on a single sport or season. This is not one of those times. Zack is crushing it in football and basketball, college and pro. Even his MLB streak is hitting at a 59% clip and earning about $2,000 in profit.
Zack has built a reputation as one of the brightest rising stars in sports handicapping. His profit numbers are already among the best in the business, so this is the best time to jump in and build bankroll.