The Business of Betting is the world’s leading gambling podcast. It features intelligent conversations with the most successful people in the gambling industry.
We have collated and distilled the advice and recommendations given by these experts into the following lists;
- Podcast profile and all recommend resources by category
- Most recommended tools and resources (this post)
- Most recommended books
- Most recommended gambling operators
- Most recommended data, ratings and models
- Advice on how to win long term
Articles and blogs
Pinnacle Betting Resources
Betting at Betfair
Nat Silvers 538
The US sports betting content website is recommended 5 times, although 4 of those were by people who wrote for it. Covers is specifically not recommended by data driven professional bettor Rob Pizzola (ep 50). His criticism is that the content is short term trend based, which is just searching for patterns in randomness.
Tips and picks
Horse racing services
Champion Bets is an Australian horse racing and sports tipping service that is recommended 3 times, although 2 of those were by guests who worked there.
Racing post is also recommended 3 times, but that is mostly by old times who remember it as a magazine.
Podcasts and videos
The Racing Rant
Formerly known as The Punters Show this Australian horse racing website and YouTube series is recommended 5 times.
US sports betting podcasts
Beating the book is recommended 3 times. These podcasts are recommended a couple of time
- Be Better Bettors
- Bet the process
- Bill Simmons
- Deep Dive
- Gambling with an edge
Rational Decision-Making Under Uncertainty
This important paper is recommended 4 times. It demonstrates how bad people are at gambling due to not understanding probability, randomness and risk (the books on the professional gambler’s reading list can cure you of that).
Ratings 2 Win for Australian horse racing
Ratings 2 win is a customizable database and ratings generator for Australian horse racing. It is recommended by 4 professional Australian racing bettors.
Bill Benter – Computer Based Horse Race Handicapping and Wagering Systems
Bill Benter is an incredibly successful data driven horse racing gambler who made $1 billion betting on Hong Kong horse racing with computer programs that were years ahead of their time.
He is mentioned with admiration 4 times and his parter Alan Woods twice. No specific source is referenced by the guests, here is his most cited academic paper, the best article, and the best videos   I found.