Interview: RORY CAMPBELL Rory Campbell made top grades at university but rather than take a lucrative job in the city decided to take on the Asian Handicap football and sports betting markets, in a big way. Here’s his story, so far.
RORY CAMPBELL (part 1 of 3)
Rory Campbell boss of ‘C & N Sporting Risk’ left Oxford with a top degree but rather than head to a lucrative job in the city he embarked on a career trying to beat the Asian Line and sports betting. In part 1 of 3 he talks his early days betting and playing poker, spotting a competitive angle and analytics v statistics and the importance of luck.
RORY CAMPBELL (part 2 of 3)
In part two of our interview with Rory Campbell he talks about the jump from a recreational punter to full time professional. Recognising your edge and exploiting it. Football clubs using analytics to drive towards their goals. Is anyone too big for you to beat?
RORY CAMPBELL (part 3 of 3)
Rory talks about the need for a strong character in the high pressure world he lives in. Division of responsibility, dealing with losing runs, evaluating success and the danger of overreacting. Where to focus, what to bet on and when plus the differing mindsets between punters and poker players.
Simon Nott is author of:
Skint Mob! Tales from the Betting Ring