Member Since 07/19/2018
Joe D'Amico owns and operates All American Sports in Las Vegas, Nevada. A third generation Race and Sports personality, his father and grandfather are revered in the horse racing industry. Joe started in the business at 10 years old with football sheets in the schoolyard. He is a resident of Las Vegas for 28 years, in which he has been in and around sports on a daily basis by working and managing several Las Vegas Sports books and several Sports Information Services. Joe is well known in the Vegas casinos and in joints around the country as a streetwise player that has tapped into exclusive resources unavailable to the general public. He uses connections from Las Vegas, New York, and the Islands, along with second to none Sports book sources, to maximize profits and minimize expenditures. With Joe, it's all about wins and losses, and solid money management. He is one of the biggest bettors out there. This Legend of the Strip is one of the most respected and highest rated sports gamblers in Las Vegas. When Joe walks into a Vegas Sports book, Casino Managers tremble. But as he is friends with most Race & Sports personalities, he is also affectionately known as "The Host of Last Vegas." D'Amico is featured regularly as an analyst and handicapper in several publications such as the Las Vegas Review Journal, Las Vegas Sun, Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, and the Bloomberg News Report. In 2007, Joe bested nine other well respected veteran ‘Cappers to win the prestigious Las Vegas Review Journal Handicapper's Challenge. Joe also has won the 2010 Review Journal NCAAF Handicappers Challenge Contest besting a slew of other professional 'cappers. He is also featured on dozens of the industry's most respected websites, including his flagship site. In 2018, Joe brought his unique writing skills to the 46-year, respected gaming publication, The Gaming Today, as a weekly MLB and NCAAF columnist. His "Clear The Bases" and "In The Red Zone" columns quickly rose to be some of the most popular in sports gaming. In the Fall of 2018, as a writer, Joe also began to contribute to the USA TODAY NETWORK penning his weekly football betting column, "Football You Can Bet On". This column became so popular, Joe was asked to continue writing for GANNETT NEWS/USA TODAY NETWORK during the college basketball campaign, so in February of 2019, the college basketball handicapping champion launched his "Crash The Boards" column for the news media icons. You can hear him throughout the year for all the major sports on several different radio sports and handicapping shows nationally, regionally, and locally. In the 2016/2017 NFL and NCAAF campaigns, his own, "Joe D'Amico's Football Forecast," on CBS Sports Radio 1140 AM, quickly became the most popular, Las Vegas based sports talk show on any network. Year in and year out, Joe is always at or near the top in every sports betting category in NFL, NCAAF, NBA, NCAAB, and MLB. "Mr. D" is so well respected in Las Vegas that in 2015, he was given the honor of having his own TIPS SHEET endorsed and given out in the Vegas Race & Sports books. Not only that, but in the year 2015, Joe D'Amico was voted as one of Las Vegas' Top-100 Most Influential People and #1 in Sports Gambling by the Las Vegas people as well as My Vegas Magazine. In 2017, the Las Vegas Icon starred in the documentary, "Now Place Your Bets," a full feature big screen film, co-starring, Baseball's "Hit King," Pete Rose, horse racing and NFL handicapping pioneer, Dennis Tobler, as well as a who's who in sports gambling, explaining the popularity of sports betting's past, present, and future. He is known not just in Vegas but around the country as the best BIG PLAY ‘CAPPER in the business. Since being documented over the last few years, Joe D'Amico has over 25 top 5 finishes including several number 1 finishes. Joe has risen to be the best post-season name in sports gambling. Nobody works harder than Joe D'Amico as each season, no matter the time of year, you will always find Joe at the top of the leader boards regardless of the sport. As he says, This isn't what I do, this is who I am." When it comes to making money, there is no one better than Joe D'Amico.