Roger LeBlanc, never shy about taking credit or blame, launched the site shortly after writing The Lazy Bettor’s Guide to the Kentucky Derby: 3 Easy Angles. While writing the book over the past 5 years (yes, he’s slow), he also devised the Lazy Line™ for betting NFL games. Beginning in week 13 of the 2013 season, the Lazy Line picks went public on and turned a profit for the span of games from week 13 through the Super Bowl.

Terry Tortorich and Trip Taylor act as Chief Fact Diggers in the compilation of the NFL Lazy Line™ plays.

Roger LeBlanc, Sr. provides pace analysis and energy distribution figures for major stakes races, including the Kentucky Derby prep races.

Chris Spagone, the Lazy Illustrator, came up with various logo concepts. We hope to employ more of them as time goes on.

Rob Nance drew the logos, designed the cover for the print version of The Lazy Bettor’s Guide to the Kentucky Derby, created the beautiful watercolor drawing of the twin spires that graces the book’s cover, handled the layout of the interior pages, proofread tables and pretty much created the universe in 4 or 5 days. Some day someone will write a bible about him.