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Bookie Busters: Coin collector

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The object of the game they call gambling is to collect as many coins as you can along your way. While on that path you'll learn many things. How to deal with a loss and why not get too high at moments are a few of the things you must adapt to. The cliche phrase Learn the easy way or the hard way, pertains to this world as well. The key is to learn from your mistakes. Not just judging by if the bet wins or losses, but why? Was it the correct side? Make sure you know if it was the correct side!

623 CST 

Atlanta United at Orlando City FH over 1 risk 5U

game over 2.5 risk 5U

Red Sox/Yanks over 9.5 5U MAX

PATRONATO VS BOCA JUNIORS Over 2



5U

520 CST

Parlay hardhitter 3U

Lets do something special.

PATRONATO VS BOCA JUNIORS Over 2

BLOOMING VS ORIENTE PETROLEROOver 2.5

Yanks/Sox over 9.5PATRONATO VS BOCA JUNIORS Over 2

New Plays

Coming soon...

SUnday 8/4

OLYMPIQUE MARSEILLE VS NAPOLIOver 3 5U MAX

547

MLS NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION VS LOS ANGELES FC Over 3.5 5U

8/3  330 CST

MLS

MLS ATLANTA UNITED VS LA GALAXY Over 3.5 5U

Both teams score and over 2.5 5U


UFC

Clay Guida vs Jim Miller over 2.5 2U

Update 1251 

Chelsea TT over 1.5 5U MAX

Previous Plays

UFC parlay 5U MAX

Should get around -150/160

Max H

Cyborg


MINNESOTA UNITED VS VANCOUVER WHITECAPS

Over 3 5U

New England Revolution TT over 1.5 4U


DEFENSOR SPORTING VS JUVENTUD

FH over 1 1U

Game over 2.5 1U

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Hunter Brown struck out seven in six scoreless innings and Chas McCormick drove in two runs as the Houston Astros used a big first inning to beat the Colorado Rockies 5-2 on Tuesday night.

Brown (5-5) allowed two hits to win his fourth straight start and help the Astros tie a season-high with their sixth consecutive win.

Jake Meyers tied a season high with three hits and Jose Altuve had two hits and an RBI as the Astros moved within a game of .500 at 39-40.

Michael Toglia hit a solo home run for Colorado with one out in the ninth and pinch-hitter Jacob Stallings walked with two outs. But Josh Hader struck out Brenton Doyle to end it.

It was the fourth loss in five games for the Rockies and their 10th consecutive loss at Minute Maid Park dating to Aug. 15, 2018.

The Astros jumped on starter Austin Gomber (1-5) for five runs in the first inning after scoring four runs in the opening frame of an 8-1 win over the Orioles on Sunday.

Altuve hit a leadoff single and stole second base before scoring on a single by Alex Bregman. Yainer Diaz and Jake Meyers drove in runs before McCormick smacked a line drive to center field to score two more.

Gomber settled down after the tough first inning, allowing only one single over the next four innings. He allowed eight hits and struck out four in 5 1/3 innings for his fourth straight loss. He was lifted after a double by Meyers with one out in the sixth.

The Rockies didn’t get a hit until Ezequiel Tovar singled to start the fourth inning, but he was erased when Ryan McMahon grounded into a forceout. Brendan Rodgers singled after that before Brown retired the next two batters to end the inning.

Seth Martinez hit Doyle with a pitch to start the eighth and McMahon singled with one out to send him to third. Rodgers singled to right field to score Doyle and make it 5-1.

TRAINER’S ROOM

Rockies: OF Charlie Blackmon (right hamstring strain) stayed in Denver to work out this week, but manager Bud Black said he’s doing better. Black added that Blackmon, whose stint on the injured list was backdated to June 19, should be able to return the first day he’s eligible to come off the IL.

Astros: OF Kyle Tucker (bruised right shin) remains sore but is making progress, according to manager Joe Espada. Tucker took swings off a batting tee this weekend and Espada said the next step is to do some work in the outfield.

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Houston RHP Spencer Arrighetti (3-6, 6.36 ERA) opposes RHP Ryan Feltner (1-6, 6.02) in the series finale Wednesday.

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