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Joe D'Amico owns and operates All American Sports in Las Vegas, Nevada. A third generation Race and Sports personality, his father and grandfather are revered in the horse racing industry. Joe started in the business at 10 years old with football sheets in the schoolyard. He is a resident of Las Vegas for 28 years, in which he has been in and around sports on a daily basis by working and managing several Las Vegas Sports books and several Sports Information Services. Joe is well known in the Vegas casinos and in joints around the country as a streetwise player that has tapped into exclusive resources unavailable to the general public. He uses connections from Las Vegas, New York, and the Islands, along with second to none Sports book sources, to maximize profits and minimize expenditures. With Joe, it's all about wins and losses, and solid money management. He is one of the biggest bettors out there. This Legend of the Strip is one of the most respected and highest rated sports gamblers in Las Vegas. When Joe walks into a Vegas Sports book, Casino Managers tremble. But as he is friends with most Race & Sports personalities, he is also affectionately known as "The Host of Last Vegas." D'Amico is featured regularly as an analyst and handicapper in several publications such as the Las Vegas Review Journal, Las Vegas Sun, Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, and the Bloomberg News Report. In 2007, Joe bested nine other well respected veteran ‘Cappers to win the prestigious Las Vegas Review Journal Handicapper's Challenge. Joe also has won the 2010 Review Journal NCAAF Handicappers Challenge Contest besting a slew of other professional 'cappers. He is also featured on dozens of the industry's most respected websites, including his flagship site, www.aasiwins.com. In 2018, Joe brought his unique writing skills to the 46-year, respected gaming publication, The Gaming Today, as a weekly MLB and NCAAF columnist. His "Clear The Bases" and "In The Red Zone" columns quickly rose to be some of the most popular in sports gaming. In the Fall of 2018, as a writer, Joe also began to contribute to the USA TODAY NETWORK penning his weekly football betting column, "Football You Can Bet On". This column became so popular, Joe was asked to continue writing for GANNETT NEWS/USA TODAY NETWORK during the college basketball campaign, so in February of 2019, the college basketball handicapping champion launched his "Crash The Boards" column for the news media icons. You can hear him throughout the year for all the major sports on several different radio sports and handicapping shows nationally, regionally, and locally. In the 2016/2017 NFL and NCAAF campaigns, his own, "Joe D'Amico's Football Forecast," on CBS Sports Radio 1140 AM, quickly became the most popular, Las Vegas based sports talk show on any network. Year in and year out, Joe is always at or near the top in every sports betting category in NFL, NCAAF, NBA, NCAAB, and MLB. "Mr. D" is so well respected in Las Vegas that in 2015, he was given the honor of having his own TIPS SHEET endorsed and given out in the Vegas Race & Sports books. Not only that, but in the year 2015, Joe D'Amico was voted as one of Las Vegas' Top-100 Most Influential People and #1 in Sports Gambling by the Las Vegas people as well as My Vegas Magazine. In 2017, the Las Vegas Icon starred in the documentary, "Now Place Your Bets," a full feature big screen film, co-starring, Baseball's "Hit King," Pete Rose, horse racing and NFL handicapping pioneer, Dennis Tobler, as well as a who's who in sports gambling, explaining the popularity of sports betting's past, present, and future.  He is known not just in Vegas but around the country as the best BIG PLAY ‘CAPPER in the business. Since being documented over the last few years, Joe D'Amico has over 25 top 5 finishes including several number 1 finishes. Joe has risen to be the best post-season name in sports gambling. Nobody works harder than Joe D'Amico as each season, no matter the time of year, you will always find Joe at the top of the leader boards regardless of the sport. As he says, This isn't what I do, this is who I am." When it comes to making money, there is no one better than Joe D'Amico.


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Past Picks Show the last picks
DateW/LTypeHandicapper Selection
4/20/2019WINNERNBA
Joe D's ROCKETS/JAZZ GAME 3 WINNER 7 STARS

Take Houston.

7:35 pm pst.

Houston took games 1 and 2 of this series by an average of 26.0 PPG. They have won and covered the last four overall meetings with Utah and are 5-1 ATS the last six games played in Salt Lake City. The Jazz, which are known for defense, just can not stop, or even slow down, the Rockets offense. Houston has held their Western Conference rival to 98 or less points in four straight matchups. The Rockets will come out here to annihilate the Jazz, as to not give them and confidence at home. Utah is 2-5 ATS the last seven games played on two days rest and 1-4 ATS the last five games played vs. the NBA Southwest. Houston is 4-0 ATS the last four games played on two days rest and 8-1 ATS the last nine games played for Western Conference foes. Take the Rockets. Thank you.

4/20/2019LOSERMLB
Joe D's MLB 40-16 BEST BET

Take Tampa Bay.

3:10 pm pst.

These two team are at opposite ends of the AL East. Tampa Bay sits in 1st place at 14-6, sporting the best overall record in baseball, while Boston dwells in the division cellar at 7-13, tied for the worst record in the AL. The Red Sox give Rock Porcello the road start. The RH is 0-3 with an ERA of 11.12 on the season, issuing 12 BB's and 22 hits in just 11.3 IP in his three starts in 2019. The Rays send Charlie Morton to the hill. The RH is 2-0 with a 2.18 ERA TY. Boston ranks an overall, 29th in Team ERA at 5.88 while only accounting for 3.93 RPG as a visitor. Tampa Bay owns the #2 pitching staff in the Major's, with a 2.67 Team ERA and the #1 staff in Ks (202). The Red Sox are 3-9 the last 12 games played on the road and 0-4 in Porcello's last four starts. The Rays are 46-18 the last 64 games played at home and 42-17 the last 59 games played overall. Take Tampa Bay. Thank you.

4/15/2019WINNERNBA
Joe D'Amico's NBA 57-21 SLAM DUNK

Take Los Angeles.

This is my SLAM DUNK.

Game 523.

7:30 pm pst.

In Game 1, the Los Angeles starting five combined for a miserable, 12-of-44 shooting performance from the field, and yet they almost covered. Giving the Clippers 13.5 points again is a mistake as coach, Doc Rivers will make sure to have his squad prepped and competitive here. This is a team that owns a 23-18-1 ATS mark on the road this season. Golden State tends to have their lines "inflated." The Warriors were just 17-24-1 ATS at home this season. The Road team is 8-3 ATS the L11 meetings in this series. LA is 21-8 ATS the L29 games played vs. the NBA Pacific. Golden State is 6-14 ATS the L20 games played following a SU win. Take the Clippers. Thank you.

4/15/2019LOSERNBA
Joe D'Amico's NBA 52-14 POWERHOUSE PLAY

Take Brooklyn.

This is my POWERHOUSE.

Game 521.

5:00 pm pst.

Brooklyn matches up well with Philadelphia, as proven in Game 1's, 111-102 outright win. Joel Embiid put up solid numbers but clearly looked rusty. The Nets back court and bench will once again show their superiority tonight. Giving this team 8 points is a gift. Brooklyn has covered 4 of the 5 meetings with Philly this season. They are 7-1 ATS the L8 games played on the road, 4-0 ATS the L4 games played vs. the Eastern Conference, and 8-2 ATS the L10 Conference Quarter Final games. Philadelphia is 2-5 ATS the L7 games played at home, 3-7 ATS the L10 game splayed vs. the Eastern Conference, and 2-5 ATS the L7 games played overall. Take the Nets. Thank you.

4/8/2019LOSERCollege Basketball
Joe D'Amico's NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME WINNER

Take Texas Tech.

Game 811.

6:20 pm pst.

The National Championship game puts together two of the best scoring defenses in the nation (Virginia #1 at 55.5 PPG; Texas Tech #3 at 58.8 PPG) and two of the toughest in FG% (Red Raiders 1st at 36.8%; Cavaliers 5th at 38.4%). Virginia (2-3 ATS in the NCAA Tournament) couldn't cover against Gardner Webb, got a 1.5-pt cover against Oklahoma, failed to cover vs. Oregon, needed OT to eke by Purdue for a 1-pt cover, then needed three FT's with just seconds left to squeeze by Auburn to get a 1-pt win and no cover on Saturday. Texas Tech covered all five Big Dance contests, thumping Northern Kentucky by 15, Buffalo by 20, Michigan by 19, Gonzaga by six, and Michigan State by 10, winning the last three as an underdog. Remember, the Bulls and the Bulldogs are two of the highest scoring offenses in college basketball. Both of these squads possess slow-paced offenses that revolve around stellar backcourts. The Cavaliers trio of Guards, Guy, Hunter, and Jerome (43.6 PPG; 13.7 RPG combined) are talented, but haven't faced a backcourt the caliber of the Red Raiders trifecta of Guards, Culver, Moretti, and Mooney (41.3 PPG; 11.5 RPG combined). Both team's top-scorers (Virginia's, Kyle Guy and Texas Tech's, Jarrett Culver) have had some issues shooting in the Tournament, and yet, both teams have advanced. The Cavaliers "O" has been erratic in recent weeks and their biggest weapon, shooting from downtown, has been off, as the team hasn't hit better than 36% from beyond the arc over the last six outings. Not to take anything away from this team, but they just haven't dominated in Tournament play, despite facing the #16, #9, #12, #3, and #5 seeds. The Red Raiders have in fact dominated their opposition in the Tournament, besting seeds of #14, #6, #2, #1, and #2. Virginia's three losses this season came against Duke twice and Florida State, which are the lengthiest, smartest, and most athletic teams they've faced...just like Texas Tech is. The Red Raiders are 14-3 ATS the last 17 overall games. The Cavaliers are 2-7 ATS the last nine NCAA Tournament games. Take Texas Tech. Thank you.

4/6/2019WINNERCollege Basketball
Joe D'Amico's TEXAS TECH/MICHIGAN STATE FINAL FOUR

Take Texas Tech.

Game 801.

5:49 pm pst

Both teams owned the best records in conference play during the regular season. And, both knocked off the top seeds in the regional's. While Michigan State is a bit stronger both offensively and on the boards, there is no denying just how frustrating Texas Tech's #2 ranked defense (59.0 PPG allowed) is. The Red Raiders have won and covered all four contests this Tournament. Their defense didn't just contain their opposition, it shut them down. Texas Tech held Buffalo and Gonzaga to just, 58 and 69 points. These are two of the top scoring teams in the nation. In between, they dominated Michigan, 63-44, a team that posted 60 against MSU just a few weeks ago. The Spartans reached the Final Four despite the absence of Joshua Langford (out, ankle). But, this is the matchup they are going to miss their standout Guard more than ever. The trio of DD scoring Guards, Culver, Moretti, and Mooney (41.5 PPG, 11.6 RPG combined) will control the tempo and be the difference here. The Red Raiders are 5-0 ATS the last five games played vs. Big Ten opponents, 10-1 ATS the last 11 games played vs. teams with a winning percentage of over .600, and 13-3 ATS the last 16 games played overall. Take Texas Tech. Thank you.

4/6/2019WINNERCollege Basketball
Joe D'Amico's AUBURN/VIRGINIA FINAL FOUR WINNER

Take Auburn.

Game 803.

3:09 pm pst.

Virginia is in the Final Four for the first time since 1984 while Auburn is making its first Final Four appearance in its 113 year history. We all remember what happened to Virginia in last year's Big Dance as they were the first #1 seed to be ousted by a #16 seed in Tournament history. This year's Tourney saw Virginia have a bit tougher of a time than they'd care to admit. They couldn't cover against Gardner Webb, got a 1.5 point cover against Oklahoma, couldn't get the bettors paid against Oregon, and eked by Purdue to get a 1 point cover in OT. Auburn got by with a win and no cover against New Mexico State, then devoured Kansas by 14, beat North Carolina outright by 17 points, as a 5.5 point underdog, and bested Kentucky by 6 in OT, getting 4.5 points. Their last three opponents are some of college basketball's most successful teams. The Cavaliers possess the nation's #1 scoring defense (55.4 PPG), but their offense just won't be able to keep pace here. The Tigers own a fast-paced scoring offense (80.2 PPG) that will keep the Cavs off-balanced in transition. Auburn is 8-2 ATS the last 10 games played overall. Virginia is 2-6 ATS the last eight NCAA Tournament games. Take the Tigers. Thank you.

3/29/2019LOSERCollege Basketball
Joe D'Amico's NCAAB 66-25-1 CONSENSUS PLAY

Take Houston.

This is my CONSENSUS PLAY.

Game 671.

6:57 pm pst.

The status of Kentucky's top-performer, PJ Washington is still unknown as of post. Whether the Forward plays or not, the Wildcats are going to have issues facing the Cougars stifling defense (7th in points allowed, 61.0 PPG, 1st in FG%, 36.6%, 1st in 3-point%, 27.8%). Houston has speed, size, and muscle. Kentucky's youth is going to hurt them here. TAKE THE COUGARS. Thank you.

3/29/2019WINNERCollege Basketball
Joe D'Amico's V TECH/DUKE WINNER

Take Virginia Tech.

Game 669.

6:39 pm pst.

I am not saying that Duke isn't a great team. Nor, am I saying that Zion Williamson isn't one of the best players in the nation. What I am saying is that the Blue Devils have covered just once over the five contests since the Forward has returned to active duty. Overall, Duke has crushed bettors, going 3-10 ATS the last 13 outings. This is a lot of points to give a Virginia Tech team that allows a mere, 61.7 PPG (9th) and shoots lights out from beyond the arc (8th, 39.5%). The Hokies are 5-2 ATS the last seven meetings vs. the Blue Devils. The Blue Devils are 0-4 ATS the last four NCAA Tournament games. TAKE VIRGINIA TECH

3/29/2019LOSERCollege Basketball
Joe D'Amico's NCAAB 58-26 LAS VEGAS STRIP MOVE

Take LSU.

This is my LVSM.

Game 667.

5:00 pm pst.

The scrappy, Tigers have been competitive all season long, with five of their six losses coming by six points or less. Over the last 19 seasons, Tom Izzo's Spartans have fallen short late in the Big Dance. This is going to be the matchup they will sorely miss Joshua Langford (out, ankle). Remember, Forward, Nick Ward, despite returning to action, is not 100% healed from his hand injury. LSU is 4-1 ATS the last five games played vs. the Big Ten. MSU is 1-4 ATS the last five NCAA Tournament games. TAKE THE TIGERS. Thank you.