Alex B. Smith is a professional sports handicapper who has been in the industry for over a decade. Known for his sharp knowledge in all sports, especially hockey, Smith has been featured in various websites, print, radio, and podcasts over the years. Originally born on the South Side of Chicago, Alex now resides in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
Alex is the Head of Content at The Hammer Betting Network. He educated himself as a bettor after spending years donating his money as a reckless youth, and has been on a redemption tour ever since. He blames all his losses on variance. All his favorite teams suck.
Conqueror of bad beats. Owner of your favorite future. Stats-nerd detractor. Plus-sign hunter & volume shooter. Andrew fancies himself a man of many names, but despite his humor and wit, what he's in the gambling game for is not the mouse click, but rather the sound of a cashing cheque.
Brad is know for his proficiency in college football. A Journalism grad in 2008 and formerly of the Phil Steele Publications from 2009 to 2014, Brad has been a pro bettor since 2015.
Cam Stewart has been in the broadcasting industry for the last 20 years and has covered every sporting event from the Masters, to horse racing's Triple Crown, to multiple Stanley Cup Finals.
Clevta has been a successful NFL handicapper for the past decade after initially starting out as a losing recreational bettor. His approach has been refined throughout the years and entails a combination of deep bottoms-up fundamental team and matchup analytics to go along with a strong knowledge of the betting market. He has been a regular contestant in the Westgate NFL Supercontest and Circa Millions, where he has posted an aggregate 56% win percentage since his first entry in 2013. His advanced degree in Finance has helped him gain success in the NFL market. Although he loves to golf, his NFL handicapping well outperforms his golf game.
Clive has found some success in the sports betting space over the last few years. At the end of 2021, he was one of betstamp's highest-ranked overall bettors. He has appeared on CirclesOff, as well as several other podcasts, hoping to help newer bettors learn. Like many others, Clive started out as a successful poker player. Once legal in NJ, he began to take advantage of some promos. During COVID he studied the betting markets and began to understand line movement. He uses his data to form opinions on the opening lines, and integrates market info and player news, to find as much value as possible to beat the closing line.
David has been covering the NHL 18 years after starting The Fourth Period. An Insider for NHL Network, a Host & Analyst for SiriusXM NHL Network Radio, and a member of the Professional Hockey Writers Association, David can be heard regularly, every week, on various radio stations across Canada and the U.S. offering insight, analysts, and tips. Having covered every Stanley Cup Final since 2008, David takes in roughly 100 NHL games each season and brings his expertise to the table here at The Hammer.
Dennis wears a few hats in the hockey world. He is a Senior Writer for The Fourth Period, LA Chapter Chair, and PHWA, as well as a host on Sirius XM NHL Network Radio.
Douglas Farmer has covered Notre Dame football for various outlets since 2008, including for NBC since 2017. Gradually and naturally that job led him to spend more time focused on the national college football landscape than on the Irish. There is no better shorthand to discuss 130+ teams than gambling on them, which is why Douglas now spends as much time as he can discussing college football through a gambling lens.
Eric is the VP of Research and Development at SumerSports. He previously was with PFF, where he has been a part of building analytical tools for NFL and NCAA teams, along with all major media entities and sports bettors.
Eric Pauly, also known as Slime, graduated from the top public college in New York with a degree in Finance, and he took his vast knowledge of modeling and sports to turn himself into a blossoming star in the sports betting world. Eric focuses predominantly on handicapping the NFL, but he is also adept at handicapping the MLB, NBA, and College Football. Eric is a qualitative handicapper with quantitative reinforcement. For example, Eric sets his own spreads and odds for games by breaking down the non-numeric factors surrounding each game. Then, Eric runs the numbers with his quants to see if the data proves his qualitative research right or wrong. From there, Eric has a better understanding of how his numbers compare to the lines set by sportsbooks and this allows him to identify where he can find value in the betting market.
Once started with a Doug Heffernan avatar analyzing NFL matchups in the Covers NFL forums. Turned his hobby into a full-time job and now makes a living off sports betting. Passionate about closing line value.
Geoffrey has been producing sports betting content for radio/tv/internet since 2010. He wins money on golf so he can lose it on football. Currently you can find Geoff talking golf and NFL at oddschecker, Mayo Media, and Betsperts.
George is a professional Sports Bettor primarily focused on Football, Combat Sports, and Political events. Before he left his job to pursue Sports Betting full-time, he worked in News Media creating connections within the world of business and politics. As a content creator, his goal is to blend both his worlds and provide an educated look inside the world of sports betting.
Professional sports bettor specializing in NFL and props.
Iain hails from Nova Scotia, Canada where he grew up a die-hard sports fan. Iain's fandom developed into a passion for sports betting and he's been working in the industry since 2018. His beloved Falcons and Leafs break his heart on a yearly basis.
Jacob Gramegna is a seasoned sports fan and is the host the Amateur Hour Sports on YouTube with Toronto Raptors and NBA specific content. After receiving a degree in Sports Administration he pushed to create his own name in media and was rewarded with an opportunity to work with the betstamp team. Now transitioning to The Hammer network he is working closely with fellow creators on the production side as well as furthering his own reach on content in the betting space.
Jon is a trial attorney in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. In a decade of betting, he has primarily concentrated his efforts on college football and college basketball.
Gambling Twitter Degen. Grinding that rent money. Once called “basically a card counter” by Dave Portnoy. Sports betting is his only interest and his entire life.