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What an incredible year it's been for us on Bookie Busters. Small slate last article, but we look to ride the Bowl game wave into the new year. I'll have tons of action the next few days so stay updated.

Play carefully, the end of the season approaches, make sure you keep some of the profits.

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Arsenal vs. Brighton

Over 2.5 5U MAX -6

TCU vs. Cal

Cal -1 5U MAX -5.5

Duke +3.5 +3U

New Plays

Purdue vs. Auburn

Over 56 2U


Update

Iowa st +3 3U Max


UPDATE YOU READY BREATH WITH BO 10:33 CST


Liverpool/ Arsenal Over 3 8U MAX ORGAN PLAY

Salah scores goal 1U


UPDATE 12/29 540 CST

Alabama first TT O 47.5 5U


UPDATE 12/30 1130CST

Colts ML 8U Kidney (released when 3)

KC TT over 33 game 8U Kidney

Bears +4.5 2U


Atl/Tampa over 52.5

1U Atl -1 1U

Chargers -6.5 3U

San Francisco 49ers at Los Angeles Rams Over 48.5 1U


UPDATE

Mahomes Passing TD over 2.5 3U


Bears +3 first half 1U



small parlay 1U

Bengals +14.5

Browns _7.5

Chargers -6.5

UPDATE 311 CST

Kittle Over receptions 5.5 2U

Over 82.5 yards 2U

TD 1U

UPDATE 850 CST

Colts TT over 11.5 2nd half 3U MAX


UPDATE 12/31 4 12 CST

Teaser 7 point small 1U

Utah PK

Aggies -.5


NBA

Celtics -1.5 1U small


UPDATE 11 CST

Tottenham TT over 2 5U MAX


UPDATE 344 CST

OHIO ST -6 3U MAX

UPDATE 923CST

TEXAS TT Over 9.5 3U MAX





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-8.5U on a small slate but most of the action kicks off in the next few days. Pick your spots
The last article read +276.6U 276.6 - 8.5= + 268.1
Maybe a huge run gets us to the coveted +300 this season.

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Keep an eye on Alex Bowman this weekend. Image via: Wiki Commons.

For the first time since July 1984, NASCAR returns to one of its most popular cities in Nashville, Tennessee for the inaugural Ally 400 at Nashville Super Speedway. This track is a 1 1/3rd mile concrete oval that was dormant for nearly ten years and was only used as a testing facility. So it came as a bit of a surprise last season when it was announced that this track would be getting a date. For a lot of drivers, this will be a brand new racetrack, but we will see practice and qualifying, so that will be a huge help for the newcomers that haven't raced here before. Back when the Xfinity and Trucks ran here, this track featured a lot of first time winners. Back in 2008, future NASCAR champion Brad Keselowski shocked the world by jumping in Dale Jr's car and capturing his first win here. There will be a lot of veterans like Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick who have plenty of experience at this track, but it will be tough to compare. It should be fun with everyone coming into this race with minimal knowledge.

Last week, Kyle Larson continued his hot streak by winning the All-Star Race. Overall, while Larson and his Hendrick teammates probably enjoyed the race, the feedback from crews and fans was less than positive. As I was walking through the garage area and talking to a few crew members, a lot of them were very critical of the 450 horsepower motor and the tall spoiler to try and keep the cars bunched up. When I asked one of the crew-members what he thought about the package he told me, "Oh it's awful. The track is terrible, the package makes it impossible to pass and it's super hot out here." On green flag runs, it was the same as it ever was as the lead car would pretty much take off and the only time there was really any "pack racing" it came after there were restarts. The whole race was well-intentioned and the fans showed up as it was nearly a capacity crowd, but the whole thing just didn't make any sense. From the start time being in the nearly 100 degree heat to the wacky full-field invert at the end of each stage. Let's hope that next season's All-Star Race is a lot more concise.

In Silly Season news this week, Truck Series regulars GMS racing announced that they would be fielding a full-time cup series team. The team is currently owned by Allegiant Airlines CEO Maurice Gallagher and his son, Spencer, who used to drive for them in the Xfinity Series. This move seemed to come from out of nowhere as there was never any indication that this was a move they were exploring anytime soon after they turned down the opportunity to purchase Furniture Row Racing in 2019. This is certainly a great sight for the sport as there will be more new teams on the track and with their close relationship with Chevy, it wouldn't be a surprise if they step in and help this team become competitive. The favorite to drive their car has to be 2020 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion Sheldon Creed. He has easily been their best driver in trucks, and it would make the most sense for him to get the promotion.

This week at Nashville, the driver that I have winning is Alex Bowman. Now while this is a brand new racetrack and he has a grand total of zero starts here, this track suits his driving style perfectly. With the inclusion of this track, there are now four tracks with a concrete surface. Nashville, Bristol, Dover and Martinsville. At the three of the tracks they have run at, he has shown a lot of speed, including a victory at Dover this season and a top ten finish at Bristol. This is also a track where crew-chief Greg Ives said Bowman has gravitated towards during testing. In an interview with Sirius XM Ives was quoted as saying "we used to have a lot of fun testing there," so this is clearly a track that they both enjoy going to. Another big factor going into Sunday will be just how fast these Hendrick Motorsports cars are, they have finished 1-2 over the last four points races. He has watched his teammates Kyle Larson and Chase Elliott have immense success, and now this week I think he is due for a third win of the season. Look for the bright purple #48 Chevy to go to victory lane this week at Nashville.

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