Paul began his career on Wall Street and eventually rose to Vice President of a prominent investment firm before transitioning in 1995 to that of a respected and successful professional sports bettor. Paul specializes in NBA, NFL and CFB. In 2004, he launched his career as a public handicapper in response to the many friends and acquaintances that would request his plays. As Paul put it, 'I found myself responding to hordes of text messages on a typical Saturday and Sunday.' This seemed like the best way to resolve the issue and be documented at the same time.'
Paul has never finished an NBA season with losing record. In both 2008-2009 and 2010-2011 he finished at 60% against the spread with a combined record of 162-107. In 2011, he was host of a weekly podcast with former referee Tim Donaghy and appropriately named 'The Right Call' which focused on a variety of NBA topics including handicapping the games from a betting prospective. Paul has also been a guest on the Celtics post game show while also haven been featured on various cable television stations lending his wagering expertise.
In 2010, in only his 3rd year of entry, Paul cashed 15th place in the prestigious Hilton Super Contest with an against the spread record of 51-33-1. This past 2013 NFL season, he finished on 19-5 run, not including 6-2 on Super Bowl propositions wagers, where his aggregate record of success over the past 10 years exceeds 73%. Paul's articles on proposition wagering have been featured in USA Today, the Daily Racing Form as well as other notable publications. He has also made frequent guest appearances on both ESPN and Fox Sports radio.
Paul attributes his success to watching as many games as possible, which he feels gives him a distinct advantage over those handicappers that rely strictly upon statistical information, or technical related factors. Paul is a gambler first, and is on record in saying that he will be ‘on every game that he gives out’, and will not compromise his commitment to providing his clients the information they need to win.