Are you sick and tired of betting at slots and tables?

There’s a whole other world out there, you know. A world where you can gather and analyze numbers to inform your bets. A world where you do all this whilst watching your favorite teams go at it.

Yes, sports betting allows you to make money and have fun. Watching your favorite soccer, baseball, and football teams is way better than sitting next to a few vodka-scented guys wearing sunglasses indoors.

If you want to become a successful sports bettor, you’ve got to become studious. Guesswork won’t help you here. And just being a normal sports fan won’t suffice. You need to pay attention to certain trends within games and then pour over analytics if you want to win big bucks.

So, what sports are best for sports betting? Probably not beach volleyball, or ski jumping, or handball. You’ll have to go after the big-time sports. The ones that all your fellow sports bettors are gambling on.

Here, we’ll talk about how to make money sports betting by choosing the top 10 sports to bet on.

Call your bookie, it’s time to gamble.

1. The NFL

The NFL is the most popular sport in America, no question. The combined violence, athleticism, and strategy allow for casual viewing as well as in-depth analysis.

It’s so great to bet on the NFL because you’re presented with so many options. Point spreads, money lines, parlays, over/unders, and futures are all great bets for beginners and seasoned vets alike.

Daily fantasy is a relatively new phenomenon that has taken sports betting by storm, as well. If you’re not familiar with fantasy football, this isn’t the time to learn, but daily fantasy makes every game interesting because of what’s at stake for the DFS player.

There are dozens of websites that compile data from each NFL game, every week, to provide bettors as much information as they could possibly need to make their bets.

Even a casual observer can make point-spread bets by simply looking at the two teams’ records and point totals, then surmising how much better one team is than the other. Huge money is won and lost on football every week.

2. Formula One

F-1 has got to be one of the most exciting things to watch. No less exciting, however, is how the bookmakers run F-1 betting.

There are so many categories to bet on, including head-to-head, picking the winning driver, the winning team, etc. There’s an unfathomable amount of possible outcomes when it comes to racing, so there’s great potential for big-time cash amounts to be exchanged with every race.

  1. Pro Wrestling A few years ago, pro-wrestling was at an all-time high in the sports betting sense. Thousands were placing huge bets on the WWE’s biggest events, making it a real player in the betting world.

If you’re not a fan, this one probably won’t do it for you, but like any sport, wrestling presents you with tons of handicaps that can earn good money.

Not only can you bet on the winner of each match, but you can bet on how the match will end, if anyone will come into the ring, and who will be eliminated in a multi-man match first. Great for the whole family!

  1. The NBA Betting on pro basketball is a little different than other sports. There are many games every night, so the better bets are on statistical outcomes and futures.

It’s more worth your while to bet on teams’ win totals and who will take home league awards than it is for you to bet on point spreads and over/unders. Come playoff time, the game betting opens up a bit when a multi-game series is taken into account.

College basketball is just as, or more, popular to gamble on. There’s nothing quite like filling out a March Madness bracket to get the gambling juices flowing.

  1. The Premier League (Or Other Leagues) Soccer isn’t exactly close to as popular as any of the big-4 sports leagues in America, but it is growing. It’s also the most popular sport in the world if you don’t include the USA.