HANDICAPPER LAST 7 WIN %
Vincent Moretti 13-12 52
David Lagos 14-14 50
Timothy Larkin Jr. 20-7 74
NCAAB Sports Picks
[ Vincent Moretti ]      Texas @ KC: Texas -139  Win      Miami @ STL: STL -1.5 (+130)  Win      Pittsburgh @ Washington: Under 9.5 (-120)  Win      |      [ David Lagos ]      Atlanta @ Philadelphia: Atlanta +110  Win      Milwaukee @ TB: Milwaukee -101  Win      Houston @ NYM: NYM +111  Loss      Baltimore @ Seattle: Seattle -1.5 (+125)  Win      |      [ Timothy Larkin Jr. ]      Boston @ Toronto: Over 9 (-117)  Win      SD @ Arizona: Under 8 (-120)  Loss      Detroit @ SF: Over 7 (-110)  Push
Remember my User ID
Forgot User ID or Password?

Secured by Verisign

Technical Analysis with Vincent Moretti

Read More

Looking at Sports Betting as an Investment

Read More

Sports Betting Advice

Read More

Show Me the Money - MLB's Best Teams for the Buck

Read More

How to Bet NFL Football

Read More

The Fight to Legalize Sports Betting

Read More

Tips on Betting MLB Totals

Read More

...

Follow the Las Vegas Sports Consultants on

twitter.com/CashinTickets
for Free Picks & Analysis

RECORDS FOR NBA Basketball FOR VINCENT MORETTI

Vincent Moretti has won 10535 picks and lost 7460 since he started (59%). Below are the detailed records for Vincent Moretti for each week including today's picks which are released live after the start of the game.  

Today's Picks by Vincent Moretti:

For more sport specific records, select your sport:

NFL, NCAAF, NBA, NCAAB, MLB, All Sports

or, select by timeframe.

43% WINS 57% LOSSES
Monday, June 13, 2022
Boston vs GS:
Over 212 (-110) Loss
Wednesday, June 08, 2022
GS vs Boston:
Over 214 (-110) Win
Sunday, May 29, 2022
Boston vs Miami:
Over 197.5 (-115) Loss
Thursday, May 26, 2022
Dallas vs GS:
GS -6.5 (-105) Win
Wednesday, May 25, 2022
Boston vs Miami:
Over 203.5 (-110) Loss
Monday, May 23, 2022
Miami vs Boston:
Boston -6.5 (-105) Win
Saturday, May 21, 2022
Miami vs Boston:
Under 207.5 (-110) Loss

   Page: 1234

Bio for Vincent Moretti

Anthony Moretti is a first generation Italian-American who currently resides in Las Vegas by way of Boston, MA. Anthony was raised by Italian immigrant parents that believed in hard work. His parents exhaustive work schedules allowed for Anthony to freely roam the streets at an early age. Although Anthony is grateful today, he sure took advantage of being one of the few that spoke English in his family. Both of his parents worked multiple jobs to help support the family and provide a better life for Anthony. For this reason Anthony is forever indebted to his family.

It was very hard for Anthony to focus on school when his friends were always around to help persuade him to hang out on the streets. Anthony learned at an early age that his size was an intimidating characteristic which he could use to his advantage. Anthony claims to have never started a fight but he has never backed down from one either. After numerous run ins with the police for fighting and disturbances, Anthony was guided to the boxing ring where he dreamed of following Rocky Marciano ’s footsteps. Anthony was a successful young boxer becoming a regional Golden Gloves champion and was an intimidation force in the ring using his raw power and quickness to dismantle many young men that opposed him. Anthony was labeled "Tony Touch" given by his trainer referring to the "touch of sleep" he would give opponents after knocking them out.

While Tony found refuge in the ring it was becoming very difficult for his trainers and mentors to get him to show up for training sessions. As Tony grew older he was discouraged by how much his parents labored compared to how little they were compensated. Tony would routinely miss training to roam the streets with his friends in search of money making opportunities. At one point Tony was introduced to an uncle of his friend who allegedly ran an underground bookmaking operation. Uncle Nico allowed the boys to hang around his apartment and watch the Red Sox and Celtics and ultimately introduced them to his underground bookmaking operation.

Tony saw this as his opportunity to earn money and quickly became a fixture around Uncle Nico. Tony was often sent to collect money from degenerate gamblers who failed to pay Uncle Nico for lost wagers. As Tony grew older and more knowledgeable about sports wagering and line setting he realized the opportunities that Las Vegas could offer. Tony was often left in charge of the bookmaking operation Uncle Nico ran and was known for setting his own lines. Tony had a passion for Boston sports and it quickly became a passion for making money on all sports. From basketball to horse racing, Tony and Uncle Nico would accept all wagers, under their terms and lines of course.

At the age of 29 Tony decided to pack up and move to Las Vegas with high hopes of legally breaking into the sports gambling industry. Tony was introduced to many influential people in Las Vegas by his Boston connections. After years of hard work and a little luck, CashinTickets.com is pleased to showcase the many talents of Anthony Moretti. With unlimited resources in the sports and handicapping communities, Tony is sure to have a beat on the line before it is released.
 
Read my take on how to bet NFL