Gambling Guide

El Matador de Los Bookies

Getty Images

El Matador- a killer

In the gambling realm, one that hurts the books week in week out. Many will say no way Bo can play that volume and hit as such, we continue to do it in a way that now its become consistent. Almost two years of this on SportsMap, and a lifetime of results behind it.

But as always, bankroll management. Not too high, or low. Ride the streaks to your specific stop, get there and know when to get off. Knowing who wins the game is maybe 70% of the equation. If you don't use proper management of bets, you aren't allowed to bet everything we put out.

In other words, make sure your bankroll script makes it to the end of the movie. We're just getting started. Good luck.



UPDATE 557 CSTAmerica de Mexico at Cruz Azul FH Over risk 20U Game over 2.5 5U Monterrey -1 20U Parlay 4U Cruz Azul/ America FH over 1 Monterrey ML Raptors TT Over 108 Raptors First Q over 27 15U MAX

UPDATE 544 CST

Raptors TT over 108 10U

UPDATE  156 CST

France Mars/Lyon Over 3 15U MAX BOMB

UFC UPDATE 1044 CST

Namajunas vs Andrade Under 4.5 Rounds 10U UFC BACK-BREAKER

 UPDATE  640 CST

Pachuca at UANL Tigres Over 2.5 10U

UPDATE 1213 CST

Halftime

PROGRESO -1 for game risk 15U

DOUBLE BISCUIT BUSTER  1103 CST

Uruguay PROGRESO VS FÉNIX FH Over 1 risk 15

Game over 2.5 Risk 15U

UPDATE 1021 CST

Total Goals O/U - Paris SG live TT over 2.5 2U

UPDATE

ANGERS VS PSG FH live over 1 3U

HT UPDATE  921 CST

BAYER LEVERKUSEN VS FC SCHALKE 04 Leverk -1.5 5U

HOFFENHEIM VS SV WERDER BREMEN
Over 3 risk 8 -180 juiced but safe to me

MAX BOMB 15U Friday Night  Massacre

Rockets TT over 111

Draftkings lineup #1


Harden

Curry

Green

Rivers

Looney

Livingston

Draftkings Lineups #2

Curry

Harden

Thompson

Livingston

Gordon

Looney

UPDATE  Props 725 CST

Harden Over 4.5 3 Pointers 2U

Harden Over 35.5 2U

Harden rebounds+assists over 13½ 2U

Rebounds Over 7.5 3U

Previous Plays

Previous Plays

Ajax/Totty

FH Over 1 10U

Tadic Goal 2U

Bookings over 4.5 5U

Penalty in match? Yes 1U

BTTS

Ajax 15U Over 2.5 TT




For any questions or comments reach me @JerryBoKnows Twitter.

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.

Most Popular

SportsMap Emails
Are Awesome

Listen Live

Jeremy Pena could have some big shoes to fill. Photo by Eric Espada/Getty Images.

MLB and the MLBPA are embroiled in yet another labor dispute. The owners and players have both dug in their heels and refuse to budge. No end is in site for the lockout as Spring Training is drawing more and more near each passing day. So what does that mean for our 2022 Astros' season?

One sigh of relief came when Justin Verlander signed his new deal. Two years for $50 million dollars isn't bad at all. Factor in he's closer to my age than my son (coming off Tommy John surgery), and some may worry. Not me. He's the closest thing to Tom Brady MLB has seen since Nolan Ryan. Jim Crane and James Click did a great job bringing him back. His spot as the ace with the rest of the staff they have should help shore up the bullpen if one or two starters can make that transition. I know I said I didn't want him back a few months ago, but time has passed, and wounds have been healed.

When it comes to Carlos Correa, I'm growing more and more comfortable with the thought that he may not be back. I talked about his potential replacement months ago. Maybe the reason being is that the club loves Jeremy Peña at that same position, and Pedro Leon could also factor in. Plus, Peña is tearing the cover off the ball in the winter leagues.

At 24 years old, turning 25 in September, he'll be under team control for the foreseeable future. That truly depends on the new labor agreement. So does Correa's new contract. His contract will be largely based on the parameters set in the new labor agreement, since he didn't sign before the lockout took place. And now we know that contact will be negotiated by Correa's new agent, Scott Boras.

I'm all for the doom and gloom when it comes to an MLB labor issue because they've historically screwed over fans. The most notable and egregious was the '94 World Series being canceled. However, there's way too much money at stake right now. More money than ever to be exact. That said, it's precisely why there's a dispute. That, and the fact that the owners have always gotten over on fans and players, and the players are poised to get their just due.

When the season starts, the Astros should be contenders yet again. Don't look for them to come out the gate firing on all cylinders as this team may look a bit different. Guys may not be fully ready after a lockout and there will be some roster turnover. The bulk of the core will be here, ready, and healthy. Whether Correa is a part of that group remains to be seen. Am I concerned? Hell no! This team has enough to fill that void at least partially and will have either guy under team control for a while. Think about this upcoming season as the time you fixed up your older car. New tires, headlights restored, rims polished, inside made over, and a fresh coat of paint after the transmission rebuild. It still has over 150,000 miles on it, but you wouldn't trade it in for anything because it still runs well and has sentimental value. You know one day it'll give out and need to be put out to pasture, but you're holding on and riding until the wheels fall off. Enjoy Astro fans, because the ride will be over one day. Hopefully much later than sooner.

SportsMap Emails
Are Awesome