Fred Berns verified since 7/15/2012
As in life, there is no substitute for hard work, a passion for what you do, and having information that the general public doesn't have access to. Those words best describe the betting strategy of Fred Berns and the value he provides to his clients. The well-connected Berns has more than 15 years of sports handicapping experience and has spent the last seven years with King Sports Picks as one of the top touts. Fred literally set and adjusted the lines at some of the biggest books in Las Vegas so no one has a better understand of how the sportsbooks operate than him. Fred's success stems from his power ratings and thousands of trends personally tracked over many years. These have proven to be winners time and time again.
Fred moved to Vegas from Albuquerque in 2005 and has made a living betting on sports and professionally handicapping ever since. Living in Vegas has enabled Fred to keep a his finger on the pulse of sports betting. One must eat, sleep and breathe this lifestyle if they want to succeed at it, and this is exactly the same approach Fred takes to his only occupation. It is combination of eating and breathing sports betting 7 days a week that has made him a success. He works this hard so he can stay one step ahead of the competition. In fact he is usually handicapping the entire betting card a whole day in advance, looking at tomorrow's stuff today as organization, dedication and paying attention to the details is the key to success at anything in life. Fred Berns has been one of the most consistent moneymakers at King Sports Picks. He is generally considered to be the best NBA handicapper in the country thanks to a remarkable seven consecutive winning seasons. That includes an amazing $10,000 in profit for $100-per-Unit bettors in 2014 alone and you can bet that Fred will pick apart the books again this season.
|Sport||Yesterday||7 Day||30 Day||Season|
|All||0-3 (0%), -$1,650||7-8 (47%), -$1,070||60-37 (62%), +$9,625||695-511 (58%), +$65,395|
|MLB||0-3 (0%), -$1,650||7-8 (47%), -$1,070||60-37 (62%), +$9,625||135-99 (58%), +$11,665|
|NFL||59-59 (50%), -$2,795|
|NCAAF||86-69 (55%), +$5,125|
|NBA||208-169 (55%), +$11,200|
|NCAAB||207-115 (64%), +$40,200|