Handicappers Hideaway is Back on On Tilt Radio
Handicappers Hideaway.com is announcing That Our Show is Moving to 4 pm EST to 5 pm EST on OnTiltRadio.com. We have Decided to Make this move to a More Listener friendly hour and with basketball taking Center Stage It give us the Best Chance to give you the latest lines and Injury Information.
On Weekends our show will air a show from 11 am -12 pm EST as Dirty and Evan will be Co-Hosts and go over each Weekends action on Saturday. We will also throw in some Fantasy Tidbits as well.
All Shows are ran thru Skype Please get Skype and Add ontiltradio (as one word)and you can access the show anytime or you can call from any Phone in the US or Canada by Calling (719) 387-8005. Skype is FREE to everyone.
You can search Handicappers Hideaway or dirtygiq and find the skype name for HH. Please put in a message who you are and why you want to add as I have to approve each one to keep spammers down.
The Handicappers Hideaway — 4pm – 5pm EST on Tuesdays and Thursdays and then 11 am EST – 12 pm EST on Saturdays — hosted by Dirty of Handicappers Hideaway and Evan Abrams of Betropolitan Sports. We will talk sports, gambling, fantasy sports and more as well as have some of the best special guests ranging from sportsbooks owners, linemakers, handicappers and sports experts. You can go to the Show page at OnTiltRadio by clicking here. You can listen to our show archives by clicking here. This year we will also be adding in Google+ Hangouts to our Shows!!! You can find us on G+ by clicking here.
Podcasts will also be available on iTunes a couple hours after the Show.
Betropolitan Sports — You can visit Betropolitan’s website by clicking here. You can Visit Evan’s Show Page at OTR here
Dirty — Dirty was owner at GIQ since it opened in June of 1998. Before that he worked as a moderator at freewinners.com and EOG.com. He Recently opened HandicappersHideaway.com He played college baseball and coached college and pro prospects for 15 years. He sent over 100 players to college over that time to play sports.
Dirty played football, baseball and basketball during High School and has been around some of the sharpest minds in the sports handicapping world during his time working in the forum world. His Specialties are SEC and ACC Football and Basketball, NBA and WNBA.
Evan Abrams — Specialties: NFL/CFB/MLB/NBA/CBB
Years Handicapping: 8
Biggest Win This Year: When I think of my biggest victory in my handicapping career, picking the Giants to beat the Patriots outright in the Super Bowl has to be at the top of the list, but my biggest win so far this season had to have been my 10 unit play on the money line of Hawaii to beat Nevada outright in the middle of October as a 7-point underdog.
I have played on and against Hawaii in a lot of games so far this season, the reason for this is because I see a ton of value in the way they play the game.
For example, in the game versus Boise State, the value was against Hawaii, but like in the game I just mentioned, Hawaii was playing at home, which is usually a huge advantage for them and they ended up winning the game outright.
Sports Handicapping Philosophy: For me, it comes down to formulas, statistics and tons of research. Picking games is how I make a living, so you when you follow my plays you know you get picks each and every time that has gone through tons and tons of filters and research to make sure you, my client, gets the percentages put in your favor.
Before a line comes out for any sporting event, both sides have a fifty-fifty chance of winning the game; my job is to make sure once the line comes out, all of my clients get a better than 50% chance of taking advantage of a certain spread or total.
My expert plays come from many different facets of the game and that is what differentiates me from other sports handicappers.