What the Big Print Giveth…

Okay folks, bear with me here. I am not trying to start a feud with another sharp handicapper, or anyone for that matter. I am simply telling you to be careful with your hard-earned wagering bankroll. Take a look at this 79 second video recently posted to YouTube.

Bill “Krackman” Krackomberger is a sports bettor in Las Vegas, NV and, with legalization in other states, he probably gets around. He is also an author with Gaming Today. I’m sure he does plenty of other things directly related to gambling. I have no idea what his record is. If you are interested, I’m sure he will tell you.

Krackman has recently started up his own gambling app and website, where the video you just watched is embedded.

And here is why Krackman has started up his tout site. Turns out our boy Krack is all of a sudden enjoying his 15 minutes of fame from being shown on the new Showtime miniseries called “Action.” Note that this story defines him as a “professional sports bettor.” This same story identifies Kelly Stewart as a “handicapper.” There is a great big difference between bettors and handicappers.

And here is one man’s review of Episode 1, and here’s a review that is a little more positive. You can decide for yourself.

The Review Journal story, like the others I have linked to above, do not paint Vegas Dave in a very favorable light, noting he sells his picks for upwards of $499. So does Krackman – take a look at his site again. He has a similar offer, to sell you a month’s worth of picks for the low, low price of $499.

At the bottom of Krackman’s home page, below the video, is the following disclaimer, taken verbatim from the website, on March 26, 2019:

KrackWins is not engaged in the business of betting or wagering, and is 100% solely to be used for entertainment purposes only and does not involve real money betting or prizes. We do not take bets, and we do not administer any form of gaming or gambling. Use of this site is not a gaming or gambling activity, and the services provided herein constitute advice from a betting expert and the patron’s use of that advice for gaming purposes is solely the patron’s responsibility.

I have not edited this disclaimer in any way. All I have done is make the font a little bigger, so you don’t have to squint to read the disclaimer, as it is displayed on the website.

An old lawyer friend once advised me: What the big print giveth, the small print taketh away.

Caveat emptor my friends, caveat emptor.

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