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Bookie Busters: Winning is everything

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For most gamblers, the end of football season symbolizes a pause in action as the amount of weekly betting options dwindle down. The next wagering landmark to most is March Madness.

Not only does March bring out the madness, but it brings us closer to crowning a Champions League winner and guides us to the NBA playoffs. It's safe to say that the action is plenty at this time of year.

So with that in mind, let's keep searching for angles and picking spots where we can make some cash. Give yourself a daily bankroll and spread out the units I list. By no means do I suggest emptying your entire bankroll on a play; bet strategically and know when to get out

New Plays

3/7 1130 CST

Inter Milan at Eintracht Frankfurt Over 2.5 3U

Benfica vs Dinamo Zagreb Over 2 1U

1147 CST

Parlay 1U

Inter Milan at Eintracht Frankfurt Over 2.5

Chelsea -1 -230

Napoli ML -190


UPDATE 1245

Parlay

5U +103

Chelsea ML -345

Napoli ML -172







Previous Pays

Porto/Roma Over 2.5 5U

UPDATE

Northern Kentucky TT Over 83 8U Max bomb

FH TT Over 39.5 3U

FH-7.5 1U


UPDATE 709 CST

Twolves/Pistons 2nd half over 109.5 5U

Wolves over 52.5 3U











Previous Plays

Tottenham first half over 1 juiced but safe risk 10U

Monday

Mavs +5.5 3U

Germany

Hannover/Stug

Over 2.5 2U

first half over 1 2U

UPDATE 430 CST

MLS

DC/ATL United

First half over 1 10U MAX

BTTS and over 2.5 5U

UPDATE 554 CST

Tennessee first half TT over 35.5 5U MAX

Tenn game TT over 75 7U MAX

UPDATE 654 CST

Illinoise St 2nd half ML 7U MAX

Rockets game over 241.5 7U MAX

UPDATE 858 CST

Play at your own risk but Im riding Cinci -5 2nd half 7U

UPDATE 8 CST

Frankfurt/Hoff over 3 -180 risk 10U MAX BOMB

Goals in the first 15 min of Frankfurt games dont usually happen if you want to risk it and wait for live

or 5U on over 3.5

Update

Netherlands

PSV Over 3.5 10U MAX

UPDATE 829 CST

Manchester City at Bournemouth

Over 1.5 FH 3U

Over 3 game 3U

For any questions or comments reach me @JerryBoKnowz Twitter.

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