Rothschild's Guide to Football Handicapping

Rated 5.00/5 based on 4 reviews
John Rothschild appears on ESPN Radio, Comcast TV and Sportsbook Review. His user friendly approach will benefit the seasoned professional, or the amateur. You'll enjoy John's comedic writing style
which includes:
1. Thinking "Outside of the Box" to own almost anything you want.
2. Some of the dumbest wagers ever made.
3. A final exam to test what you've learned. More

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About John Rothschild

An unusual series of events led John to be one of the most respected football handicappers in the country.

He went from getting accepted in Medical School at 18 years old, to studying for an MBA, to owning
a successful race horse syndication business.

He's combined simple mathematical probability with principles from human nature to make winning choices on a consistent basis.

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Rothschild's Guide to Football Handicapping on Comcast
John Rothschild (Author) talking with Dick Jerardi (award winning sports and horse racing journalist) and Keith Jones (Horse Racing announcer and TV show host)about why this book is successful.

Frustrated Gamblers
A high school film project that enabled two seniors college scholarships. Very nice job for two 16 year olds.


m w reviewed on Feb. 21, 2013

This was a great read especially if you are a fan of football. Gave me a different perspective when looking at games. Highly recomended
(reviewed 42 days after purchase)
joy newman reviewed on Dec. 28, 2012
(no rating)
I loved this book. It made me laugh and I even learned something about football and betting. I'm not sure my husband will be thrilled by this, but I can't wait to begin.
(reviewed 25 days after purchase)
J. C. Barton reviewed on Dec. 23, 2012

Got a chance to finish it after my initial correspondence and just wanted to let you know that it is a pleasany change from most of these tomes. I've read mant over many, many years and it was apleasure to read a well written one that actually uses some common sense and encourages thinking outside the box rather than mostly trends, systems and statistics. Have a great holiday season and good luck.

J Barton
(reviewed 16 days after purchase)
Gene Wolff reviewed on Dec. 20, 2012

The book was very enjoyable to read and is suitable for anyone interested in learning about football and team matchups and what factors can be used in determining the ultimate outcome of the game ----- particularly if you have an interest in wagering on them. Recommended reading for both experts and novices in the art of handicapping.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
Steve Hanrati reviewed on Dec. 18, 2012

Wow.. not what I expected. Even my football illiterate wife enjoyed it. She even thinks she can pick winners now.
Jonathan Hurling

A great read especially after I lost so much (money) this season. Looking forward to applying some of Mr. Rothschild's ideas. Steve Klein

He didn't really get into football analysis until the 6th chapter,but I couldn't stop reading.... really funny.
Mike Clayton

So now I know football isn't just some big out of shape guys
smashing into each other. I think I have a much better understanding of the game, and may even try to impress my husband. Jessica (no last name)
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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