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  •  Chip Chirimbes 26-11 run in CBB
  • Joe DAmico  – 66% in Month of Jan. in all plays
  • Jimmy Boyd – #2 ranked Hoops Capper at sportscapping network 
  • Razor Ray 23-12 in CBB
  • Johnny Banks 43-28 CBB Run
  • Tony George – 17-5 lifetime with Super Bowl Side Play, 8-2 last 2 years with Props! 


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  • Doug Upstone has cashed 12 out of 15 weekends in Football – 71% In NHL! 
  • TJ Pemberton is 7-0 UNDEFEATED in the NFL Post Season 
  • Jimmy Boyd ranked 2nd in NCAA Hoops at sportscapping
  • Joe DAmico on a 17-5 NBA Run
  • Jack Jones #2 overall ranked Handicapper in 2014 – All Sports –
  • Bryan Leonard Top Play run is over 70% last 30 days
  • Doc Sports 25-12 run in NFL 
  • Tony George 12-6 run on his 2 Dime / Double your Wager Plays
  • Steve Merrill 21-9 NFL run 
  • Razor Ray Monohan RED HOT 23-12 NCAA Hoops Run
  • Johnny Banks 43-28 NCAA Hoops run – Also a Great SOCCER Capper 
  •  Chip Chirimbes on a 26-11 College Hoops Run 




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Ross Benjamin – NHL Special Teams Efficiency Ratings

Written by Tony George on January 26, 2015 national-hockey-league-mobile-wallpaper

By Ross Benjamin  One of the key components that I’ve incorporated when evaluating NHL teams is using what I refer to as the special teams rating. The equation is quite simple. I take the percentage of time that a team converts on their power play attempts, and then add that number to the percentage in which that same team kills off power play chances by the opposition. I’ve illustrated an example below.   Example: The Boston Bruins have been successful in scoring a goal on 17.4% of their power play attempts this season, and they’ve also denied the opposition from scoring on 82.8% of their man advantage situations. By adding the two percentage numbers of 82.8 and 17.4 we arrive at a sum of 100.2. We’ve now established a special teams rating of 100.2 to the Bruins. This takes a bit of diligence to keep up on since each team’s... 

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LRP Line Moves and Top Trends Weekend Edition

Written by Steve Rich on January 23, 2015 dreamstime_xs_5126245

By Doug Upstone It is time to peruse through the biggest line moves for Friday and take a look what might be the betting odds on game for this weekend to possibly find where you can make sports picks. Like we say every day, understanding line moves can build your bankroll. (350-296 L115D) NBA – (807) OKLAHOMA CITY at (808) ATLANTA 7:35 ET FSOK, SS Atlanta can set a franchise record with a 15th consecutive victory Friday night as they host the Oklahoma City Thunder. And while that is the big story, those figuring out what NBA picks they want to bet on have taken a liking to the total, lifting it from 207 to 208.5. This is largely predicated on the Thunder finding their groove and they are averaging 110.8 points per game in their past five contests and also allowing 103. Evidently the feeling is OKC will control the tempo since Atlanta concedes... 

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Mainstream Sports Media and Gambling are Partners

Written by Tony George on January 20, 2015 show_image_421

By Tony George This article is not glorify me personally because I am a professional sports handicapper and have been for 23 years, but to glorify large mainstream sports outlets that are either online, or on National TV and National Radio.  What I mean by glorify is the fact that outlets like ESPN, Fox Sports, Yahoo Sports Radio, Rant Sports and many other smaller networks now are featuring Las Vegas Line related material in their score feeds and graphics on TV, as well as radio shows dedicating national time slots to the art of sports handicapping and the Las Vegas Line discussion. I want to thank them for that exposure and the realization of what drives their networks and ratings as well as online traffic.  I am part of this new realization with a 2 hour sports handicapping show, blended with mainstream sports talk on Yahoo Sports... 

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Seattle – New England Super Bowl Thoughts – Opening Line

Written by Tony George on January 19, 2015 Super_Bowl_logo.svg

By Tony George     What a Sunday, as BOTH Championship games surprised me in numerous ways.  A thriller in the Pacific Northwest and a Blowout in New England.  The line has opened for the Super Bowl at Seattle -1 and the Total at 48.5.  That was a surprise to me considering the public reacts to what they just saw and Vegas oddsmakers know this, and I thought you would see New England by 3, the total I figured 48 so that sits about right considering the firepower on offense New England has.   In the Seattle and Green Bay game I was speechless, like most watching it unfold the last 4 minutes and into overtime.  While every year of handicapping games for the past 23 years no matter what sport, I always see a game or two and say “well I have seen it all now”.   Once more I have to say while it surely was the most unreal scenario... 

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NFC Championship Las Vegas Line Play

Written by Tony George on January 16, 2015 th (2)

    Green Bay @ Seattle -7   By Tony George   Well the I hear and read a lot all over the internet and on TV and radio about Green Bay and their quest to beat up Seattle, and that the opening night of the NFL back in September means nothing when comparing these 2 teams here and now. IF Green Bay can do this, IF Green Bay can do that, IF Rodgers heals up with little or no practice time, IF Lacey’s knee soreness goes away, IF Green Bay can tackle, IF Rodgers can squeeze it in to Jordy Nelson in tight coverage against Sherman.  Too many “If’s” involved there against Seattle folks.  I wrote an article earlier this week on why Dallas lost to Green Bay and why Seattle will beat them.  I did not bring the spread into play much in that article but I have not changed my mind one bit.   You have 2 of the 4 stars on offense... 

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Doug Upstone: NFL Championship Games Betting Line Moves

Written by Tony George on January 14, 2015 th (2)

  By Doug Upstone   We are two games away from determining who is in the Super Bowl. We changed up this article a little, hopefully you enjoy. Here are the early line moves for this week’s gridiron action.   NFL – (301) GREEN BAY at (302) SEATTLE  3:05 ET  FOX   Upon the completion of the Green Bay win over Dallas, Seattle opened as a touchdown favorite and within the hour the Seahawks were up to -7.5. This makes complete sense on a couple levels for this NFC title tilt.   Depending on anyone’s power ranking model, Seattle is a 3.5 to 4 point home favorite to begin with. Next you have to factor in the Packers scoring just 21 PPG on the road this season and they will have a quarterback who at best will at 70 percent and whose mobility will be at less than 20 percent, that should be worth one point. Because Green... 

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Why Dallas Lost to Green Bay – Why Seattle will Win

Written by Tony George on January 12, 2015 1456644_638727102856811_390390225_n

By Tony George     Another NFC Championship for Seattle this Sunday is on the horizon as they face the Green Bay Packers, who beat Dallas on Sunday, with a controversial call on a fourth down catch by Dez Bryant that was over ruled not a catch, that has all the national media and sports talk shows arguing whether or not the play should have been allowed as called and how it affected the outcome of the game.  It has also been stated Dallas outplayed the Packers, however the only thing that matters is scoreboard, and while my main interest was in the point spread cover with Dallas, the scoreboard read 26-21 Green Bay.  Quite frankly Dallas has no one to blame but their defensive scheme in this game, nothing more and nothing less.   If I would have told you that Tony Romo would only have 4 incomplete passes in this game with no... 

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The National Title Game from Tony George

Written by Tony George on January 9, 2015

By Tony George     In my profession the national title game is never a big seller because everyone at this point has their own opinion, and if they put some action down on the game they more times than not want to use their own opinion and have sided one way or the other at least  week before the game is scheduled to kick off.  With that said, I am offering my opinion on this year’s National Title Game from the Las Vegas Angle not as a paid premium play but for free.   The line at press time Friday was Oregon -6 and the total at 75 at the Westgate Superbook in Las Vegas. If you like the favorite get on them now, because I do think the line will climb to 6.5 or 7 by kickoff, so in that case if you like the underdog you can wait it out to gain some advantage. There has been some movement on Friday and I did see 6.5 at more... 

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LRP Line Moves and Top Trends for Thursday

Written by Tony George on January 8, 2015 535734_512539158808940_644898756_n

By Doug Upstone   Only three games in the NBA but two have significant line moves thus far. We have one blossoming favorite in college basketball and a ranked sinking favorite, along with NHL money line that blew up. Like we say every day, understanding line moves can build your bankroll. (329-268 L106D)   NBA – (501) CHARLOTTE at (502) TORONTO  7:35 ET  SPSO, SNN   With Charlotte 25th in points scored at 95.1 points a game, NBA bettors are lowering the total from 201 to 199 at Toronto. In the Hornets/Bobcats last 17 trips across the northern border, 11 of the outcomes have been below the sportsbooks number. Nonetheless, Charlotte has won and covered three straight and been more fluid on offense and road teams like the Hornets when the total is between 190 and 199.5 points, after a win by six points or less (98-94 over New Orleans... 

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Line Moves and Top Trends for Tuesday

Written by Tony George on January 6, 2015 Las-Vegas-Sportsbook

    By Doug Upstone   Today we have all the early line moves in football for this upcoming weekend plus the largest line move in college hoops for Tuesday. Like we say every day, understanding line moves can build your bankroll. (326-265 L104D)   CBB – (525) ST. LOUIS at (526) GEORGE WASHINGTON  7:00 ET  CBSSN   St. Louis did not bring back one starter this season and it shows with just and 8-6 record and being 2-7 ATS. The Billikens have little cohesiveness on offense, averaging just 60.6 PPG and their effective field goal percentage is 45.6% (2-point shot made + 0.5 for 3-point made/per attempt), good for 274th out of 351 D-1 schools. With George Washington (11-3, 6-5 ATS) holding opposing teams to 38.4 percent shooting, oddsmakers sent the Colonials out as 17.5 point home favorites. Despite the numbers, the spread has tumbled... 

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