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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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Houston can win series on Sunday

Timely hitting helps Astros edge out D-backs to even series

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The Astros had two losses over the last 24 hours; one a game against the Diamondbacks in the series opener on Friday night, the other the news that their recovering ace, Justin Verlander, announced Saturday afternoon that he is opting to undergo Tommy John surgery. The decision and surgery will likely sideline Verlander through 2021 when his current contract with Houston ends.

With that, the Astros headwinds continued to increase, meaning a win to even the series with Arizona on Saturday would be a much-needed pick-me-up. Here's how they did:

Final Score: Astros 3, Diamondbacks 2.

Record: 26-26, second in the AL West.

Winning pitcher: Enoli Paredes (3-2, 2.84 ERA).

Losing pitcher: Luke Weaver (1-8, 6.51 ERA).

D-backs score two on Javier who is pulled early

Kole Calhoun, who drove in four runs, including a home run in Friday's game, would start the scoring on Saturday with a solo home run off of Cristian Javier in the top of the second, giving Arizona an early 1-0 lead. Javier allowed another run in the top of the third, giving up a leadoff single that would move to third on a groundout then score on a sac fly, doubling the lead to 2-0.

Javier finished the third and tossed a 1-2-3 fourth, but whether it be due to a pre-determined pitch count or other situation, he would not go any further, ending his night there on just 77 pitches. His final line: 4.0 IP, 4 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 1 BB, 6 K, 1 HR, 77 P.

Astros grab a lead in the sixth

The Astros were able to cut the lead in half in the bottom of the third, getting a leadoff single by Josh Reddick, who would move to third after a walk and fielder's choice before scoring on an RBI-groundout by Jose Altuve, making it 2-1. Enoli Paredes was first out of Houston's bullpen, taking over for Javier in the top of the fifth and retiring six straight batters for two perfect frames.

Houston would get to Luke Weaver in the bottom of the sixth, getting a leadoff single by George Springer, who would score from first on an RBI-double by Altuve to tie the game. Altuve would come around as the go-ahead run later in the inning on an RBI-single by Kyle Tucker, knocking Weaver out of the game as the Astros took their first lead of the game, 3-2.

Houston evens the series and moves back up to .500

Josh James was the next reliever for Houston in the top of the seventh, and despite getting into a jam by issuing a one-out walk and hitting the next batter, he was able to get out of it. It was thanks to a great play by Michael Brantley, who started a double play by catching a lineout and throwing a runner out at second to end the inning.

Brooks Raley had the eighth and erased a one-out walk by retiring the next two batters to maintain the one-run lead. After a scoreless bottom of the eighth, the Astros turned to closer Ryan Pressly to get another save and finish the one-run game. Pressly would do so, as Houston would move back up to .500 and even the series 1-1 heading into the rubber game on Sunday.

Up Next: The finale of this series between Houston and Arizona, and Houston's last regular-season home game of 2020, will get underway at 1:10 PM Central on Sunday. Madison Bumgarner (0-4, 8.53) ERA will be on the mound for the D-backs, while Jose Urquidy (1-1, 2.70 ERA) will start for the Astros.

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