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NFL & WNBA Bets today….

Posted by Scotsman on September 14, 2008 in Gambling |

Since the Olympics, the WNBA has just fucking sucked for betting.   The teams and players just seem all over the place.  I came back a bit too soon with two predictions that went 0-2 so took two weeks off to reevaluate.  I’ve now got 3 plays today that I posted on WNBA Tips which are Indiana -4.5, Chicago -4 and Seattle +7.5.  I’m only betting half units though until the end of the season.  I’m planning on launching an NBA Tips site for the upcoming season which I am excited about – prelim tests last year i did saw me hit 75% wins so hopefully I can get something similar.

Also for NFL I bet on every game now, although some bets are bigger than others.  I basically have 3 different types of bets.  I’ll have $100 on every game minimum.  If there is something that I like, or have good information on or a good reason to bet – like the Lions today against the Packers(Vegas haven’t changed the line despite Packers getting 80% of action), then I’ll bet $1000.  Then for the bets I am confident about(that I post on NPP etc) I’ll bet about $5k.  That’s usually the highest amount I’ll bet these days, beginning of the year I was doing more than that in some instances but I was taking betting a lot more seriously then – these days it is more a casual interest and as long as I break even, I’m good.

The $5k bets today are Colts -1, Titans ML, Pats ML and the Chargers ML IF LT is starting.  The Colts line just seems like printing money, I think the Titans are strongly undervalued, and I think Bradys loss along with Favre hype has really fucked up that line.  True line should be Pats -4.5 IMO, not Pats as a fucking dog.

  • smilowitz

    Jesus I didn’t realize you were up to $5k on one game! Want to invest in my bankroll for college hoops this season?

    -Elliot (viceroy on NPP)

  • Scotsman

    I won’t invest in your bankroll, but I’ll use your tips to hopefully make me some moolah 🙂

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