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Bookie Busters: A bookie's nightmare

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The weekend is here, and for the Bookie Busters it means money. Soccer and basketball for the next few days gives us plenty of opportunities to make some more money. We are still at over 30 Units for the season. I want 50 by Sunday so let's grind.

Previous Plays


Nets TT over 111.5 3U +3

Tenn live over first half +2

Dayton-5.5 Live

Orlando Magic at Brooklyn Nets

3rd Q over 53.5 1U +1

Nets 3rd Q TT O 28 1U +1

Nets TT 2nd half over 55 1U+1



Over 4 5U PUSH

First half over 1.5 3U +3

Thunder TT over 32 -1.1

Warriors _5 first half +2

-9 -2.2

Warriors TT Over 132.5 2U -2.2


Memphis +5 2U -2.2


add the late Australia from overnight the other day. We dont hide things

Sydney FC at Wellington Phoenix -

Over 2.5 3U -3

Over 3 3U -3

Adelaide United vs Perth Over 2.5 2U -2.4

-8.4 Ill even count both -3 on the first match. I dont care about 3U just remember that later. Should be more like -6 ish.

Even on previous article, throw in the Aussie

Last article read +31.4U -8.4 +23U 2019

New Plays

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Breda/Den Haag over 3 1U


Arsenal / Man U

Over 3 3U

Both teams score and over 2.5 3U


Wake and cash


over 2.5 2U



BTTS and over 2.5 1U


Real Madrid ML risk 5U

Seton Hall/Nova

Over 145 3U

Update 254 CST

Club UCR TT over 1.5 1U


Los Angeles Clippers - Live 3rd Quarter TT Over 27.5 2U


Toronto Raptors at Dallas Mavericks 2nd half Over 108 5U


Man united first half 1U

Man United -1.5 2U

Man United TT over 2.5 1U

Rashford scores goal 1U



Arsenal Over 3

Arsenal -1.5

Parlay 1U

City -1.5

Man U -1.5

Fullham over 2

Arsenal -1.5


Tennessee/South Carolina Over 83 2U

UPDATE 815 CST Pick your spots

Rockets/Pelicans o113 3U

Rockets TT 2nd half Over o59½ 5U MAX BOMB

Rockets - 3rd Quarter TT 29.5 3U

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The Texans host the Steelers at NRG this Sunday. Composite Getty Image.

What: Texans vs. Steelers

When: 10/1 12pm CST kickoff

Where: Houston, TX NRG Stadium

TV/Radio: KHOU-TV, KILT-Radio

Betting Lines: Steelers -2.5 (-120), O/U 42 (-110) *As of this writing

The Watt Brother Bowl takes place on Sunday. I'm calling it that because the Texans are honoring their all-time great J.J. while they're playing his younger brother and current hell raising edge rusher for the Steelers T.J. The Steelers have won four of the last five matchups vs. the Texans by an average score of 28-17. The biggest difference is that the Steelers have a second year starter at quarterback in Kenny Pickett, and the Texans have a rookie in C.J. Stroud. When you look at the two quarterbacks, both organizations have full faith in each guy. Both teams have tried to build a defense to help their young signal callers. Both are still trying to surround their franchise guys with weapons.

When the Steelers have the ball: Here's a game where Will Anderson Jr can make headway as a proven EDGE. Stacking consistent performances together and helping your team win games by making winning plays. It helps that Pickett has tiny hands. This was a knock on him during draft season last year. Hand size for a quarterback impacts grip. That can not only impact accuracy, but it could make it easier to strip the ball from him.

While he doesn't have the weapons to torch this defense, Pickett does hand the ball off to Najee Harris who's more than capable. Averaging only 67 yards rushing as a team can't be taken lightly. Denzel Perryman is expected to miss the game Sunday, so hopefully that won't help jumpstart the Steelers' run game. The Texans defense will have to key in on the run, given that they average giving up 117 a game on the ground. Those aforementioned weapons may not be scary, but the injuries to the defensive backs has hurt. Tavierre Thomas is expected to miss the game recovering from hand surgery. Jimmie Ward coming back last week showed what happens when they have a top safety back there, especially when the pass rush is turning up. Hopefully, the Texans can capitalize again this week, with safety Jalen Pitre expected to return to action.

When the Texans have the ball: Good luck stopping Tank Dell and Stroud! These guys have already established themselves as a formidable duo three games into their careers. A great way to get that connection going is to pound the rock. The Steelers are giving up over 150 yards on the ground per game so far this season. That's also a good way to keep T.J. at bay while J.J. watches. With Laremy Tunsil and Josh Jones both expected to miss the game, here are the offensive line starters: Austin Deculus, Kendrick Green, Jarrett Patterson, Shaq Mason, and George Fant.

Making the younger Watt brother slow down a bit instead of going balls to the wall after Stroud because a run could be coming will help the pass game tremendously. Stroud will have to continue to make quick decisions, but even quicker this game. I wouldn't be surprised to see his first pick of his career here, given the pressure he's most likely to be under. Especially when your offensive line starters were mostly all backups to begin this season.

Outcome: I failed to place a money line bet on the Texans last week because the game started and the live bet wasn't as profitable. I wanted to take a chance on them given their recent record against the Jags. Looking at their last five vs. the Steelers, one would say why make that bet this week? It's because I believe in Stroud more than I believe in Pickett. While T.J. Watt is a different kind of monster, Will Anderson Jr is on his way to becoming something special. Texans win/cover, and hit the over, but barely: Texans 24, Steelers 20.

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