Known as “The Voice of Golf in Southern Nevada,” Dennis Silvers is a long-time golf talk show host that is heard on both radio and television. He is currently the host of the award-winning The 19th Hole Weekend Edition on KDWN Radio for Beasley Broadcasting in Las Vegas.   Dennis has hosted golf talk shows…

“Basketball Guy” earned his name, and reputation after putting together a fantastic season on the college hardwood in 2015-2016, accumulating a positive ledger of well over 30-units. A professional bettor for all of his adult life, basketball guy has won on the hardwood for well over ten years. His college basketball win rate Against The…

JD Sharp has maintained a 65% or better win rate Against The Number the last 3 seasons betting Major League Baseball on average odds of -133 for each game bet.  He’s maintained the rate despite having at least one, and sometimes two games every day in a standard 162 game season.  JD is considered to be…

He earned a golf scholarship to D-1 University. Since college he has covered the PGA tour for CBS radio, as well as Fox Sports radio.  He has never had 1 season under 60 percent winning percentage Against The Number on golf matchups. He does not focus on odds to win, instead he focuses head to…

Noah Parker, former handicapper of G&L Sports and with Against the Number from 2016-2018, has been on both sides of the counter in Las Vegas for Coast, Stations, CGTechnologies, William Hill, Cal Neva Sports and is a frequent guest on SportsXRadio.  Former USMC and has been in the race and sports wagering industry for over…

Ken Thomson, notorious NFL, and College Basketball handicapper’s first job as a sports broadcaster was in the US Navy back in the 1980’s, aboard the Aircraft Carrier USS Ranger. In more than 25 years of broadcasting since, Ken has called games for multiple universities, plus 4 years co-hosting a talk show with Bob Golic, and…

Frank Perez was born Havana, Cuba and has lived in Las Vegas, Nevada for over 56 years. A graduate of Bishop Gorman High School, Frank turned professional in Jai-alai on June 3rd, 1977 and played three years at MGM Reno as a front courter winning the 1978 Singles Championship. Then, Frank played MGM Las Vegas…