Jeff Allen launched his career 20 years ago, and established himself as one of the sharpest sports bettors in the world. This included back-to-back handicapping championships at the Las Vegas Hilton Superbook - the only man to ever accomplish such a feat. Jeff Allen’s resume resembles the stuff best sellers and movies are made of. He's back! And gentlemen - there's nothing stopping the most successful sports handicapper in the history of the industry this go-round. Jeff Allen's first wager came in 1970, when a $20 play on Miami at the age of 12 jump-started an illustrious career. Raised in a gambling world that included underground card games, street-alley crap shoots and backroom sports books, Jeff - at age 25 - was graced with street smarts and more gambling experience than most in an entire lifetime. And Vegas beckoned! Jeff began dealing cards full-time in a Vegas' casinos, while handicapping and betting sports during his spare time. He soon found out that, though, that spending 40 hours a week dealing cards in a casino was cutting into valuable time he needed to maintain that edge he accomplished as a sports handicapper. In 1987 he opened Jeff Allen Sports during the college basketball season and went on an unprecedented 15-week winning streak. "I recall when one gentleman from Philly (Ken K.) parlayed my winning streak into $80,000,“ Jeff said. "It was one of the most amazing accomplishments I had ever achieved, because even though eight-grand became a weekend worth of action for someone like myself - I was more proud of what I'd accomplished for a guy who was apprehensive when I told him to make nickel ($500) bets." Jeff never looked back, and his company grew from two sports bettors, to as many as 240 employees. "Successful people do what unsuccessful people don’t do" is famous quote Jeff has lived by since 1985. And in quoting Lewis Timberlake - "I'd give a $1,000 to be a millionaire" - Jeff launched his career by establishing himself as one of the sharpest sports bettors in the world. This included back-to-back handicapping championships at the Las Vegas Hilton Superbook - the only man to ever accomplish such a feat. He added another first place title from Barley's Sports and Casino by picking every pro game on the board, and finished with close to 65 percent winners. Fast forward to 2005, Jeff Allen’s resume resembles the stuff best sellers and movies are made of, despite what the legendary handicapper believes. "Make no mistake, there’s still a couple of chapters left," Jeff explains. "I’ve got championships left in me, and now that the Internet has become a way of life for just about everyone on the planet, it's up to the players to obtain that championship-like information." Make no bones about it, the same plays you'll find on his website are the same WINNERS, Jeff is personally playing for thousands right here in Vegas!