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Bookie Busters: Pan caliente

Time to haul in some bread. Credit: Getty Images


Pan Caliente also known as HOT bread. At this point, the bread is so hot its become toasted. Same can be said for your bookie.

Some runs are impressive, some runs are memorable, but this one just flat out raised havoc. A moment of silence for your bookie; they are people too. Sometimes...

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Manchester Utd at Newcastle
Over 2.5 -1.3Nets live over first half +3Nets 3rd Q over +1
Celtics TT over 110.5 1U +1
Liverpool/ Man City
First Half over 1 Kidney play Push
Pool/city Over 2.5 for the game 3U MAX +3

Den/ SacOver 223.5 1U +1
Den/Sac 3rd Q Loss MAX -3.3
Warriors 3rd Q over 27.5 3U +3
warriors / Rockets Over 242.5 live 1U +1Over 119.5 first half 1U +1
Warriors TT over 117.5 1u +1
Warriors TT Over 32.5 1st q 1U +1-5.5 first Q +1

+12.6

Started the year with +51.4 51.4 + 12.6 =+64U to start the year 31-6 Free play run. INSANE

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Clippers/Suns SMALL play

First half over 119.5 1U


UPDATE 1 1126 CST

Zeke Over 5.5 receptions 1U


UPDATE 1258 CST

Teaser 7point kidney play

Colts +8

Over 41.5


UPDATE 1150 CST

T.Cohen pass receptions over 3½ 2U

Teaser 6 point 3U

Chargers +8.5

Bears -.5


Chargers/Ravens

Over 3 field goals 2U


UPDATE

Halftime update


Bears -5.5 for game 5U MAX

UPDATE 540 CST

Bama/Clemson

Under 28 first half 2U

UPDATE 549 CST

Bama first Q ML1U

Bama first half -3 1U


UPDATE 645 CST

H Town Trifecta

Denver Nuggets at Houston Rockets Over 215.5 1U

Nuggets Over 107 1U

Rockets over 108.5 1U


UPDATE

Clemson TT over 13 8U Kidney


UPDATE 1157

France

Nantes/Mont Over 2 2U

Nantes PK draw no bet 1U


UPDATE

Tottenham Pk DNB 8U

UPDATE 124 CST

Tott/Che

First half over 1 2U


UPDATE 151 CST

Tottenham TT over 1.5 2U

Over 2.5 5U

First half over 1 2U

BTTS and Over 2.5 2U

Dele anytime goal 1U


UPDATE 722CST

SACRAMENTO KINGS @ PHOENIX SUNS
First Q Over 58.5 2U


Update 814 CST

Thunder/ Wolves halftime

Over 240.5 3U MAX


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