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Bookie Busters: All work, no play

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The dog days of summer are usually noted as the down time in sports gambling with degenerates waiting for the start of football. During this time you try to find other spots to bring you profits, this season we are lucky to have the international soccer tournaments to carry us over, and boy have them been good to us.

We are now in the knockout stages for various tournaments and we look to close out big. Pick your spots, set your goal and bounce. Don't force things, football is near. Build your bankroll with the following soccer plays.

Good Luck!

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PANAMA VS USA

FH over 1 2U

Game leve 2.5 2U

Previous Plays 

CANADA VS CUBA gold cup

Over 2 FH 1U

Women's Germany TT over 2.5 5U MAX

U21 Euro

England /Romania both teams score 5U

Both teams score and over 2.5 1U

Over 3 1U

First half over 1 risk 2U -190 juicy

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