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Bookie Busters: Money maze

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Whatever gambling journey you decide to take, along the way you will find it to be similar to a maze. At times, you will think you have the correct path figured out and think you're unstoppable, but ahead always lies a wall.

How you deal with those moments and what you do to surpass the road blocks, are what will dictate what kind of gambler you are. Some will try to run and jump it by chasing, those make it over sometimes clean, but mostly trip and hurt themselves worse. The ones that choose to strategically climb the wall, are the ones that find success in a life of wagering. If you do somehow make it tom the end, remember the steps you took to get there as playing it backwards will be key in the future.

Time to go to work, which one will you be?

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715 CST

Brazil /Argentina

Over 2 5U

Brazil ML 5U

7/2   145 CST

Womens

USA/England FH over 1 5U

143 CST

Smash those overs in the Germany/Spain U21

game Over 5U 2.5

FH Over 15U

559 

​Colombia advance 5U

Colombia TT over 1 5U

Roger Martinez goal 1U

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PANAMA VS USA

FH over 1 2U

Game leve 2.5 2U

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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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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