Joe Wiz of ESPN’s Feinline helps bettors navigate tricky 2022 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament 

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Joe Wiz of ESPN’s Feinline helps bettors navigate tricky 2022 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament 

Since Baylor knocked off Gonzaga 86-70 in the 2021 NCAA Men’s Basketball national championship contest, there have been seismic changes to the world of sports betting.

There are now 32 states, and the District of Columbia, with some form of legalized sports wagering. Included in that number is one of the newest states, New York, which has already posted some astounding numbers: since sports wagering went live in January, the Empire State has seen a handle of over $3.2 billion and sponsors The Feinline which is one of the Top sports Betting shows in the Nation and is Broadcast Nationwide including on 98.7FM ESPN in New  York.

That is a lot of money.

Now, the biggest event of the year for sportsbooks, the NCAA Men’s Tournament, takes center stage, and the sportsbooks are getting ready to take in over $3 billion for the 10 days of games.

With all the new bettors ready to embark on this March Madness run for the first time, it would be wise to find someone who can guide them through the upsets, underdog plays, and seeding information for a tournament that has games coming thick and fast over the first weekend.

Enter one of the Top sports betting analysts in the world – The man they call “The Wiz” – who hosts his now Nationally syndicated sports betting show which airs locally on 98.7FM ESPN in New York, The Feinline. Wiz has over two decades of experience in the sports betting business and can be heard in New York as well as many other stations around the country. Wiz and his co-host Sean “The Genius” Miller have given out winners in many different sports over the last few months, and are focused right now on the end of the college hoops campaign.

But just because there are 16 games in each of the first two days, plus another 16 in the Second Round on Saturday and Sunday, does not mean you should be betting on games all day: in fact, Wiz says the opposite, which is something that some new bettors might not know.

That is what Wiz is here to do: help bettors, either ones new to the sports betting industry or ones that have been around for decades, make more informed wagers. For Wiz, this is about ROI: Return on Investment.

“When people are new to sports betting, especially when they come in for these big events like March Madness, they often fall into certain traps, as it is,” Wiz said. “They make some mistakes, like trying to place too many bets on games in those first two rounds. The same thing happens in the regular season: they see 150 games on the schedule, and they want to bet games up and down the card. But that leads to losses and means that they might get frustrated and lose interest.

“Sports betting is about information. You want to have the most up-to-date info on the teams, and maybe even some stuff that is not out there in the public. That is what I do. I use the information to make the most informed decisions for my clients. This is a tough industry to go at it all alone: you need someone to help you make the best decisions, and that is what I have been doing for bettors for two decades now.”