JERRY BO

Bookie Busters: Let's go get that money

Bookie Busters: Let's go get that money
Dollars, dollars everywhere. Illustration by Matt Cardy/Getty Images

Welcome back bookie buster fam, the turkey daze is over. While many are in holiday mode, this time of the year is crucial to gamblers as it can dictate your end of year winnings.

The time we are in with Champions League, NCAA football and in the NFL leave us plenty of opportunities to find angles and keep cashing tickets.

Remember, slowly and surely, and we will get there by the end of this movie. Don't rush the process, and learn even from your losses.

Last week got out of hand with all the live bets I added starting Thursday for Thanksgiving, which we killed. We won Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday but had our first losing NFL Sunday in a long time.

I'll leave my wins on the table and just pick up where we left off as I lost track of the live plays throughout the holiday week. We had more winning days than losing, so I know Im shortchanging myself, but on we go. 60 -100 plays is what we have been putting out.

I feel big things this week, let's get this holiday cash. Good luck.

New Plays

11/28

Champions League
Dortmund vs. Brugge
Over 3    2U

UPDATE 1 9:56

 

Peoples Parlay 

1U parlay 5 way +1100

 

Atlético Madrid -1.5 (1.625)

Atlético Madrid vs Monaco

Over 3 (-165)

Borussia Dortmund vs Club Brugge KV

Tottenham Hotspur (-140)

Tottenham Hotspur vs Inter Milan

Napoli -2 (-145)

Napoli vs Red Star Belgrade

Yes and Over 2½ Goals (-142)

Paris SG vs Liverpool

 

UPDATE

The gallbladder make your pockets fatter play

Tottenham Full game 5U

Tottenham first half 5U 

UPDATE

The BIG one. El kidney 

Kidney play 

 

Liverpool vs PSG

 

Over 2.5 5U 

Over 3 5U 

Over 3.5 1U

BTTS 1U

BTTS And over 2.5 5U

Salah scores 1U +135

 

UPDATE

penalty awarded .5U +250

substitute scores .5u +350

 

UPDATE

Saints TT Under 17  1U

Cowboys over 2.5 3rd Q  1U

2nd half Under 27 -120  1U

 

For any questions or comments reach me @JerryBoKnowz Twitter.

Be sure to check out my show MoneyLine with Josh Jordan on ESPN 97.5. We’re on every Sunday from 10-noon, and we’ll talk a lot of fantasy football and NFL gambling. Also, be sure to follow us @Moneyline975 on Twitter.

 

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Suns defeat Rockets, 110-105. Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images.

Phoenix All-Star Devin Booker and Houston rookie Cam Whitmore got into a minor scuffle midway through the fourth quarter Thursday night and both players were called for a technical foul.

With a couple big blocks on the ensuing possession, Suns center Jusuf Nurkic was there to back his star teammate.

Booker scored 35 points, Kevin Durant added 24 and the Suns held off the Rockets 110-105, with the teams set to meet again in Phoenix on Saturday night.

Nurkic had 16 points, 13 rebounds and three blocks before fouling out. His biggest moment came in the fourth, when he stuffed Whitmore twice on the possession following the scuffle, drawing huge roars from the Phoenix crowd.

“Very important — that's the team sticking together,” Booker said. “That goes a long way. That's what you need when things get tough, it gets to the thick of things and the energy is high. You want to know you have people on your team that are built like that.”

Booker scored 20 points in the first quarter to help give the Suns an 18-point lead they would never relinquish. He has scored at least 20 points in an NBA-high six quarters this season.

Three-time All-Star Bradley Beal missed his fifth straight game because of a hamstring injury.

The Suns took an 86-75 lead into the final quarter. Houston cut the advantage to six midway through the fourth, but Booker responded immediately with a 3-pointer to push the lead back to nine.

That led to the brief skirmish between Booker and Whitmore. Tempers stayed hot over the next few minutes — Houston's Alperen Sengun fouled out and then got two quick technicals, earning an ejection.

Booker hit both of the technical free throws, Nurkic followed with his two free throws from Sengun's foul, and that pushed the Suns' lead to 99-84. The Rockets would cut the lead to four with 16.9 seconds left, but Royce O'Neale hit two free throws to end the threat.

Jalen Green led Houston with 34 points. Fred VanVleet added 21. The Rockets connected on just 11 of 45 3-pointers and shot 33.3% from the field overall, which was their worst percentage of the season.

“It wasn't one of our better nights as far as guys getting open looks and making the extra pass,” Rockets coach Ime Udoka said. “We had a few guys who had it going, but a few guys who were struggling.”

Phoenix has won seven of its past 10 — and nine in a row at home — as it tries to stay in the top six of the Western Conference playoff race and avoid the play-in tournament. The sliding Rockets have lost eight of 10.

“We're getting confident in this building,” Suns coach Frank Vogel said.

Booker's big first quarter pushed the Suns to a 33-17 lead. The four-time All-Star made 8 of 10 shots from the field, including a 33-foot 3-pointer in the final seconds.

Phoenix settled for a 64-53 halftime lead. Booker had 26 points before the break while Green led Houston with 21.

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