Trey Richards' The Z Code Sports Investing Bible claims to have verified winning systems that will turn betting into a profitable and lucrative pursuit.
The Z-Code Sports Investing Bible Book Summary
The Z-Code Sports Investing Bible presents itself a holy guide to making cash in sports betting, but can it live up to the hype? Not everyone is buying into the gospel.
Championing their own profitability, The Z-Code pushes for faith in their betting system. Currently available as a free .pdf, this guide preaches against gambling misconceptions and mainly attempts to funnel the reader into joining their member-based site. It's a mixture of tangible information and carnival barking for their paid services.
That's the troubling thing about the Z-Code presentation. There's some genuinely useful information and tips, but it's primarily a pamphlet pushing the value of signing up to unlock further information. Elementary tools that are valuable for beginners (places an emphasis on money management, recognizing the potential for loss) are overshadowed by the sledgehammer sales pitch for the mythical Z-Code. Readers will find portions of the book where they're just blasted with slogans and platitudes, which can be frustrating to deal with. Additionally, the included section on owning an investment company feels unnecessary and tacked on.
The Z-Code Sports Investing Bible offers small nuggets of intriguing sports betting strategy and talking points, but it's mostly just an ad pushing that you'll gain future rewards if you join their flock. Could coming aboard lead you to sports betting glory? Who knows? By the time you've wrapped up this thing, you'll be too irritated to care.