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Bookie Busters: Push it to the limit


The motto for the next few days. Push it to the limit!

The perfect run during the holidays is what was served on a silver platter the last article. The plan now; to end the year on the highest of notes and hit our coveted 300U goal.

Good luck my people, cheers!

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Previous plays
Toledo -4 first half 1U -1.1
BORUSSIA DORTMUND VS BORUSSIA MONCHENGLADBACH

Game over 3 3U MAX PUSH

BTTS and over 2.5 3U MAX +3

Dortmund TT over 2 5U BOMB PUSH

Dortmund ML 2U +2

Army-6.5 2U +2
Troy+1 3U MAX +3
Pitt TT over 24.5 5U MAX +5
Parlay 1U +2.4

Bears -2 2nd half

Rams-4.5

Bears -2 2nd half 5U +5

Rams -4.5 5U 2nd half +5

Pitt/NO

2nd half over 27 5 U BOMB (-120) +5

Saints TT Over 20.5 FH -3.3

Pitt TT over 9.5 -1.1
Packers over 60.5 +3

Eagles ML +2

Teaser +3

The kidney and gallbladder plays

Sea TT over 26.5 The Mamba BANGER 8U BOMB... +8

Over 54.5 5U BOMB +5

2nd half over 27 5U MAX +5

Thunder TT over 56 first half 2U +2

4th Q TT O-1.1

PHILADELPHIA 76ERS @ BOSTON CELTICS

First half over 115 2U -2.2

Celtics TT over 112.5 5U +5
Lakers/Warriors
Over 228.5 5U MAX -5.5

Warriors ML Live -7

+1.5 -3.3

Parlay 1U -1.1 Grade as a loss as it should be 228.5

Over 228

Jazz -3.5 First half
+39.7U
A very nice run to boost our yearly up at the right time.

The last article read +236.9 236.9 + 39.7= +276.6U You know how bad I want to reach 300U. Its been my objective all year. Can we gut lucky to end the year?

New Plays

Arsenal vs Brighton Over 2.5 5U MAX


UPDATE

TCU vs Cal

Cal -1 5U MAX


UPDATE

Duke +3.5 3U



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