Meet Jesse Schule, The All Time Money Leader With World Cup Soccer!
Did You Know that $155 Billion was wagered on the World Cup in 2018?
That’s right, that’s 20 times more than what bettors wagered on the Super Bowl in the same year. More money means more opportunity for profit. Much like the Superbowl this competition attracts an influx of public money, with casual fans and novice bettors stepping into unfamiliar territory.
This allows the sharps to capitalize on soft lines, and rake in a lot of that square money. The World Cup comes around once every four years, and many bettors consider it the best money making opportunity in the world of sports betting.
Who’s Sharp and Who’s Square?
Every four years we see handicappers come out of the woodwork like cockroaches, looking to pick up some soccer sales during the World Cup. Most of these guys haven’t bet on a soccer match since the last tournament, and often they haven’t got a clue what they are doing. These guys might be knowledgeable bettors with a history of winning with major American sports, but they are stepping out of their comfort zone.
Some of these guys can’t name a single player on any of the teams they are betting on. We strongly suggest that if you are looking for help with your World Cup betting, you take the time to find guys who have a history of betting soccer. The last thing you want to do is follow the guy who’s built an incredible record betting on NFL and NBA, and assume he’s going to be successful betting soccer.
Top Soccer Handicappers Heading into World Cup 2022
Here at Capperreviews, we have been pretty good at promoting guys who make you money.
Sean Higgs is currently the #1 NFL handicapper this season, Kyle Hunter is the #1 college football handicapper this season. We wrote about Rocky Atkinson’s incredible 70 percent win percentage in the NFL last year. He’s winning at a 75% clip so far in 2022.
When it comes to betting soccer there is one handicapper who stands above the crowd, and that’s Jesse Schule. Not only is he the #1 all time profit leader, he’s also bet on more games than anyone else on our leaderboards. The majority of his profits have come at the last two FIFA World Cup tournaments. Back in 2014 he picked seven of the eight group winners, and he picked Germany as the outright winner.
He followed up with another profit haul in 2018, but his longshot bet on Uruguay lost in the quarterfinals. Jesse is known for his success betting in tournaments, with several high profile wins at the NCAA Tournament, and also the NBA Finals. We strongly recommend following his plays at the World Cup.
The Best of the Rest!
The #1 soccer handicapper in 2022 is Ricky Tran, who also appears in the Top 5 on our all time leaderboards. He’s a consistent winner year after year, and his handicapping model based on trends and angles, situational and technical analysis has translated into profits on the football pitch.
The #2 all time leader is a household name, Jim Feist is one of the most legendary handicappers of all time. The fact that Jim has only made one soccer bet this year doesn’t inspire much confidence heading into the World Cup. Scott Rickenbach is #3 all time, but he’s #1 the last seven days and #1 the last 30 days.
Rounding out the Top 5 we have AAA Sports, who has only bet on five soccer matches in 2022.