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The wait for football season is over, well almost. We made it through the entire summer with our bankroll steadly increasing, pat yourself on the back! But, not too hard because it's gambling, and right when you start to feel yourself, you get brought back down to earth. Make sure you can take the swings of winning and losing, both require you to stay disciplined. It's easy to get off track with a bigger bankroll, on the other hand, when your roll is low, the word chase comes into play.

Know how to play both sides of the spectrum and as always, good luck!!

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MLS

LA FC vs LA Galaxy 5U MAX

Over 3.5 released earlier on Moneyline 97.5

Sunday 150CST

🚨🚨 Bolivia

AURORA VS BOLÍVAR

Over 3 risk 5U

848 PM

SJ Earthquakes at Los Angeles FC

Over 3.5 5U MAX BOMB

Previous Plays

Sparta Rotterdam at Den Haag - Holland Eredivisie

Over 3 5U MAX BOMB

Smash it

Previous Plays

Braves ML 1U

Angels ML 3U

Astros -1.5 game 2 risk 3U

PAOK at Ajax - UEFA Champions League 3rd Qualifying Round

5U MAX BOMB SMASH THIS BET

FH over 1/1.5 Asian line 5U MAX

Uruguay

Penarol Montevideo at Defensor Sporting

Over 2.5/3 Asian line 5U MAX

Parlay 1U

Red Bull/Madrid over 1.5 FH

Astros -1.5

For any questions or comments reach me @JerryBoKnows 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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