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ufojoe:

--- Quote from: GameTime on September 08, 2012, 08:14:45 PM ---1-3...not sure ill be activating the sportsbook acct this year!

--- End quote ---

You were 1-3? Hey, it's only one week. I've followed a few guys who bet on sports professionally and some semi-professionally.
Judge yourself on the year. Not on a week or a month or a day.

RAS Sports did so so today but once again if you didn't get the line they got, you still would have gotten the Ws they did. And, of course, the losses. They are THE respected handicappers in the betting world when it comes to CFB.

One guy who is a professional sports gambler and is very forthcoming with his picks and why he bets what he does is...

So_Money_Sports  on Twitter.

And he has his own section on Beyond the Bets website...

http://www.beyondthebets.com/forum/forum-so-money-nation

He says his long term accuracy is 58%, which is VERY hard to do. He Tweets all of his picks right after he makes his bets. Like
everybody else, he is streaky.

I'm on the sidelines for a while longer. I can't afford losing streaks right now.


Biggs3535:
The last sports bet I made was $200 on the over for the Bucs @ 5.5 wins.  Fingers crossed....

olafberserker:
That's money

ufojoe:

--- Quote from: Biggs3535 on September 09, 2012, 03:31:22 PM ---The last sports bet I made was $200 on the over for the Bucs @ 5.5 wins.  Fingers crossed....

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Excellent bet. As the preseason went on, the odds and number kept changing. Towards the end, the Wynn had 5.5 at -120 I think.
I was out of town and didn't have the money any way. The off shores had various numbers/odds.

The Anti-Java:
I was going to bet Savannah State plus 70 against Fla St.


Fla St ended up winning 55-0

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