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Jon Price is a man that every Las Vegas casino knows and fears. Since 2009, Mr. Price has been given the “Billy Walters treatment” by the betting establishments in the Las Vegas area, due to his distinct ability to pick winners and cost casinos millions. The only difference between famed, successful billionaire sports gambler Billy Walters and Jon Price is that Jon Price shares his picks and betting tips with the betting public.

Jon Price has had to resort to using what he refers to as “Runners” to place his wagers for him, so the casinos don’t suspect it’s his action. Due to the large size of Jon’s average bet which ranges anywhere from $100,000 to $300,000, he usually has to divide his wagers into several smaller wagers, which his runners place at multiple different sportsbooks.

While he may get more hate than acclaim for the Las Vegas based casinos and sportsbooks, he certainly is no stranger to the spotlight. Considered the best football picker in the last decade, Jon has won over $12.5 million in the NFL alone since 2013. That includes a $1.5 million bet on this year’s recent Super Bowl. While NFL is certainly his forte, his fortune certainly does not stop there. He touts a documented 64% overall winning percentage for his clients over the last 6 years. That’s the best among documented American sports handicappers.

Jon Price founded Sports Information Traders in 2002 where he sees his premium selections to various sports bettors across the world who want a piece of Jon’s magic formula. You don’t have to be a big shot CEO or celebrity to get a piece of Jon’s picks, Jon and his team at Sports Information Traders offer their daily picks to their clients through their website A service that shot up the ranks quickly due to their documented results and band of industry sharps like Jon Price, Mike Wise, and Dave Michaels. If your sports picks haven’t been up to par lately and you’re looking for some guidance, look no further than one of the best sports pickers in the world, Jon Price, who is one of the few handicappers in the country that believes in his picks enough that he regularly bets them himself.


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