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  • 88-46 L39 DAYS (ALL SPORTS)
  • EPIC 62-33 w/ MLB YTD! | (52-24 w/ SIDES)
  • 9-1 (90%) SOCCER RUN | 13-2 (87%) ALL-TIME UFC RECORD


The progeny of an accomplished sports handicapper, William Burns is already making a name for himself.

Active since:  2023

Location:  Vancouver Island, BC, Canada

They say that the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. Son of a well-known handicapper, William Burns has sports betting in his blood.  Indeed, since his teens, William was helping his father behind the scenes by studying games and applying his analytical skills to handicap games.  One of William's key learnings was it's often better to swim against the current than with it.  He also understands which situations and statistics are the best predictors of winning.  And this high-level training, combined with a deep understanding of sports, has provided William with the necessary skills to be a sharp handicapper.

William has had invaluable experience as an athlete, as well.  An avid and passionate soccer player, Burns competed in high-level international tournaments while growing up.  And his love of soccer has given him a unique ability to handicap the sport.  You can expect plays in all the worldwide soccer leagues.  Beyond soccer, William handicaps all the major leagues, including NFL, NBA, NCAAF, NCAAB, NHL and MLB.  And he will have plays in UFC, CFL, Tennis and more.

In 2023, William's first season as a professional handicapper, he had stellar results, including 70-50 in the NFL in 2023, 9-1 in MMA, 14-4 in Tennis, 27-16 in Soccer, and 54-39 in the NBA.  William expects 2024 to be bigger and better, and is excited to join, where his plays will reach a wide audience.  Don't miss any of William's winning selections.

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SOCCER - Over / Under - Thu, May 30


Off a MASSIVE 4-1 Wednesday, Burns is loading up with another big card on Thursday. Currently on a FANTASTIC 9-1 (90%...


MLB - Moneyline - Thu, May 30


William Burns swept the board with his MLB sides yesterday going a perfect 3-0 w/ those selections. With an INCREDIBL...


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Burns was a PERFECT 3-0 on Wednesday w/ his MLB selections. Now a RIDICULOUS 62-33 w/ MLB YTD! (52-24 w/ SIDES,) Will...


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2024 Roland Garros (French Open) Preview:

Friday, May 24, 2024

It's already been a grueling 2024 season for all of the players and it's only just getting into the busy time of the year. Fully into the "Clay Court" season after a very intriguing start to the year on the "Hard Court." Injury/Fatigue Woes:  Entering this year's French Open plenty of the top players have been dealing with issues with their bodies. World #1 Novak Djokovic might not be dealing with an injury, but he's dealing with something. As a matter of fact, he's yet to win a single tournament in 2024. #2 Carlos Alcaraz enters the big one "concerned" of his forearm still. Yes, they say he's "pain-free," coming in. However, there have been reports that he is still worried about hitting his forehand with full power. #3 in the world, Jannik Sinner also arrives in Paris with a lingering hip injury. After winning the Australian Open, fans were expecting him to play in Rome (his home country.) He wasn't able to play and everyone is eager to see if he can win another slam despite the setback. Many more players have been forced to withdraw from tournaments and not play due to injuries as well. Hopefully there's nothing to worry about for this tournament, but time will tell.   Giant Opening Round Matchups:  Kicking things off with an epic showdown, tennis fans have already been talking anxiously about the #4 Alexander Zverev/Rafael Nadal match. In what could very well be Nadal's last French Open of his career, he will have to go through one of today's best players in order to make a run at glory once again. Zverev knows that this match will not be easy, even considering Nadal's current form and health. This one is MUST-WATCH TV. (Zverev is -400) In a battle of the so-called veteran, we will get to watch the 39 & 37 year old's Stan Wawrinka/Andy Murray showdown in the opening round. Yes, it might not be as exciting of a match than the first one that I mentioned. However, this is a match that long time Tennis fans will be tuning into. Stan has won 16 tournaments (three grand slams) in his time in the tennis world including one in this very tournament back in 2015. On the other hand, the Brit has won 46 titles (three grand slams) over the course of his career. No, he's never won the French. But, he has featured in a final back in 2016. (Wawrinka is -200) On the women's side, a very good matchup will be #23 Anna Kalinskaya/Clara Burel. Both of these women are extremely talented and enter the tournament in the top 50 in the world. Kalinskaya hasn't really been all that impressive on Clay so far. But, she's coming off an excellent Quarter-Final finish in Australia and she's already beaten world #1 Iga Swiatek this season. For Clara Burel, she's not as well known in the tennis world. She made it to the Rof32 in the Australian Open, and will continue to push each and every one of her opponents. This should be a fascinating watch.  (Kalinskaya is -145) Potential Look-Ahead Matchups:Hopeful of yet another Grand-Slam win to his name, Novak Djokovic will have probably the easiest path to the final with #3 Sinner and #2 Alcaraz on the other side. If Rafa Nadal somehow manages to make it that far, a Semi Final matchup with Djokovic would be epic. Looking at the women's draw, #2 Aryna Sabalenka & #4 Elena Rybakina are on the same side. A match between former #1 Naomi Osaka and current #1 Iga Swiatek could very well happen in the second round. Overall many very interesting matchups could play out over the course of this tournament.  Odds to Win (via. DraftKings:) Men's: Carlos Alcaraz +260Novak Djokovic +330 Jannik Sinner +450Alexander Zverev +700Stefanos Tsitsipas +850 Casper Ruud +1200Andrey Rublev +2500Rafael Nadal +2500Daniil Medvedev +3000 Holger Rune +4000Women's: Iga Swiatek -165 Aryna Sabalenka +550 Coco Gauff +900 Elena Rybakina +1000Danielle Collins +2000 Jalena Ostapenko +4000 Maria Sakkari +5000 Qinwen Zheng +5000 Mirra Andreeva +6000 Ons Jabeur +6500  Burns' French Open 2024 Projections:  It's very hard to go against the two favorite's to win the whole thing. That being said, I do expect both Carlos Alcaraz and Iga Swiatek to come away with the French Open this year. They are both just way too talented on clay and I don't see them losing. A couple of players that could also win are Novak Djokovic (of course,) Jannik Sinner and Rafael Nadal (if he's playing his best) on the Men's side. For the women, Aryna Sabalenka and Elena Rybakina could also win with a bit of luck. The top four women at the moment are simply much better than the rest of the field. Therefore, I believe that it's almost a guarantee that one of them wins. Best Bets: Carlos Alcaraz +260 to Win & Iga Swiatek -165 to Win. 

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Has the Golden State Warriors Dynasty Come to an End?

Sunday, Apr 21, 2024

After losing to the Sacramento Kings last Tuesday, people from around the world chimed in on their thoughts about Golden State. Their disappointing results last year had many people believing that it was the end. Now, after experiencing another let down so early, is it safe to say that we’ve seen the end of the dominance of the Warriors? As a fan of the game, it’s always fun to watch the best teams go at it in the biggest situations. Golden State has been the “best of the best” for many years in a row now and it’s sad to see them go. Having said that, are they really done just yet? Well, Klay Thompson’s contract expires this offseason. Meaning that it’s time for the front office to make some decisions. His horrible performance in the Play-In game might be something that they use to help make that decision. Prior to that game, Klay had actually been playing very well. But, they’ll need to figure things out, that’s for sure. Golden State will also have to decide on other changes that could possibly improve the team's abilities. Draymond Green is somebody to talk about. Jonathan Kuminga/Andrew Wiggins/Moses Moody/Dario Saric will also need to be figured out. Maybe even another move for Chris Paul is in the cards for this offseason. There’s just one thing that is set in stone, to my knowledge. Stephen Curry will continue to be a Warrior until the end of his career. In fact, Curry might happen to be a part of the discussions in some of these difficult decisions. Obviously he’s played his entire career with the likes of Klay Thompson and Draymond Green. If they can somehow keep the trio together for next season, I bet that they will. As much as everyone believes that they need a change, let’s not forget that all three of these guys are more than likely to be hall-of-famers when it’s all said and done. Having said that, it’s also likely that at least one of Klay/Draymond has to move on. If played correctly, the Warriors could very well trade away - EXAMPLE - somebody like Andrew Wiggins and get a decent amount in return. There’s no question that he struggled this season, from what he did last year at least. So, the question is still this. Will they continue to disappoint? Or will they snap out of it and make yet another run at glory? Everyone has their own opinions on this and I believe that a lot of people think that it’s over. But, as long as Steph Curry is still in that jersey, I find it hard to believe that the Warriors won’t be a threat, yet alone title contenders once again in the near future. 2024-25 Prediction: If the Warriors keep their trio together, I expect them to get back into the playoffs. They should be competitive (if they all stay healthy) against any team and could very well win a couple of series'. Having said that, if they are to rebuild, it could be another long season for Golden State fans.

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What's Wrong with the Houston Astros?

Saturday, Apr 13, 2024

Houston has been one of the most successful teams over the past decade. Baseball fans around the world have watched the Astros play in the ALCS for seven consecutive seasons now. It’s two weeks into the 2024 MLB season & the AL juggernauts have simply played horribly. With their 4-11 record, is it time to start worrying? Let’s break it all down. THE PITCHING: Through 15 games, the pitching numbers have been embarrassing. Currently ranked 29th out of 30, the team owns an alarming 5.56 ERA. Those aren’t the only statistics that the Astros are struggling in right now. They’ve allowed an average of 8.9 hits per game, a batting average of .263 and a 7.35 K/9 ratio. Unsurprisingly, all of those numbers rank 26th or worse at the moment. Improvement is critical if they want to make noise again this season. Yes, the Astros are dealing with injuries right now. They started the season without Luis Garcia as well as Justin Verlander. Now, Framber Valdez is out for at least two weeks on the 15 day IL. Of course, getting those guys back will help, but will it be too little too late? THE BATTING: Hitting hasn’t necessarily been the issue for Houston to date. They are averaging a plentiful amount of baserunners per game. What’s the issue then? Leaving runners on base is definitely it. They currently stand as the second worst team in baseball in that category. Alex Bregman is a guy that needs to wake up as well. He’s hitting just .241 and has yet to hit a single home run this season. That’s a shock since he’s hit at least 20 in each of the last four seasons that he’s played at least 155 games in.  IS THE DEPARTURE OF DUSTY BAKER THE PROBLEM?One of the most highly respected managers in recent MLB history stepped down after last season. He’s gotten them to four of those seven ALCS and helped bring Houston home a world series. Having said that, the Dusty Baker departure effect might be something that’s caused some of these problems. New manager Joe Espada has never been the head guy of a team before. Of course he’s been around the sport. But, is he up for the job? Well, if judged by his record, he hasn’t done a very good job so far. Yes, it’s early, but time is ticking and soon enough they’ll be out of the playoffs, if things don’t start to change.  CURRENT ODDS TO MAKE THE PLAYOFFS, WIN THE AL WEST, WIN THE ENTIRE AL, & WIN THE WORLD SERIES (odds via. DraftKings:) To Make The Playoffs: -170 To Win The AL West: +165 To Win The AL: +550 To Win The World Series: +1100 (up from +800) ARE THEY GOOD ENOUGH TO COME BACK FROM THE EARLY STRUGGLES? Of course the Astros are good enough to come back from this. It’s the beginning of the season and this is the time to be at their lowest. The oddsmakers aren’t budging with future odds quite yet, and for a reason. When healthy, this team can be, and is one of the scariest teams to face in all of baseball. Now, baseball is a very long season. Everything can change with one swing. Don’t let the early season record of the Houston Astros deceive you. They are still very much alive and well. It’s just a matter of time for this stacked lineup to start capitalizing with runners on base. I have yet to play on (or against) the Astros but will be looking to play on them in favorable spots going forward.  BEST HOUSTON ASTROS FUTURE BET: It’s hard to think that the Astros aren’t going to make the playoffs after how many years that they’ve dominated the American League. Yes, it’s been a bad start. But, you’ve got to remember. This is a 162 game season and we are not even close to the halfway point yet. Expect Houston to still make the playoffs. The best Futures bet on the Astros is currently (-170 To Make the Playoffs.) --------------*Houston is currently about to win their fifth game of the season today against the Texas Rangers. The comeback is on!

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