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Posted: 3/13/2012 8:10:27 AM
Great win with the Spurs. Now for tonight's game.

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Pacers-3.5

It's about time the Pacers would win this one. Well, they are due for one. Against a sloppy Blazers team on the road this is kinnda easy don't you think guys? Pacers are probably a public play tonight. About time you people stop backing Portland guys coz they suck as in literally suck. This is typically one of the teams that have a good start and bad finish this season.

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Posted: 3/13/2012 8:13:59 AM


good call on SAS last night!
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Posted: 3/13/2012 8:16:37 AM
Thanks buddy, also adding up the Nuggets-5.5 as a POD
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Posted: 3/13/2012 8:20:59 AM
portland will loss tonight then make a trade after that loss
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Posted: 3/13/2012 8:21:55 AM
not to fast on the pacers here. situational factor could be on blazers advantage..take a second look bud
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Posted: 3/13/2012 8:23:11 AM
why is it a situational play for por instead?
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Posted: 3/13/2012 8:24:00 AM
what do you mean gomburzago?
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Posted: 3/13/2012 8:27:39 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by gomburzago:

not to fast on the pacers here. situational factor could be on blazers advantage..take a second look bud
It doesn't matter, Pacers are still the better team especially at home.
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Posted: 3/13/2012 8:30:09 AM
i really think pacers with some home cooking here. por got their break already last game @ washington. plus indy due for a win.
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Posted: 3/13/2012 10:39:41 AM
Blazers play garbage on road while Pacers are hot at home
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Posted: 3/13/2012 10:48:16 AM
public is all over indiana - this alone sholud be a concern
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Posted: 3/13/2012 10:53:28 AM
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Originally Posted by gomburzago:

public is all over indiana - this alone sholud be a concern

So you are saying if a person has capped this game, and everything points to INDI, because the public is on it, bet against it. WOW, the public isnt always wrong, maybe this is a time that they are correct. Did you look at it from that angle, comments like this are funny, there is more to capping games than just betting against the public.

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Posted: 3/13/2012 12:01:33 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Blacks2011:

So you are saying if a person has capped this game, and everything points to INDI, because the public is on it, bet against it. WOW, the public isnt always wrong, maybe this is a time that they are correct. Did you look at it from that angle, comments like this are funny, there is more to capping games than just betting against the public.

Exactly my friend. That's where most people are wrong, they think that just because a team is a public bet that they would lose. However, public bets doesn't mean that the public has the most money on it. AND online websites showing money lines and game lines aren't real guys, only VEGAS knows what they really are.

Just an example folks. Let's say 90% of public is on Indiana and only 10% is on Portland. Does it automatically mean that the money line of the public exceeds the money line of the non public? NO. Let's say the 90% public just bet a total of 200 million dollars and let's say the 10% out there (comprising of the big names like Mayweather and the rest) bet a total of 500 million dollars? Who's the public now? Now this is just an example.

My friends, learn to think outside the box. No wonder no one believes me when I say I've won over a total of $30000 over the past 3 years by betting just around less than $100 a day (for a total of all team bets, no parlays). It is just then when they see what I have that they believe. I'm sorry for those big bettors but I'm just under 21 years old so don't expect me to bet like you guys do.

Let's just see the outcome of the games tomorrow. Who knows? I might be wrong, I'm human after all. 
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Posted: 3/13/2012 12:14:45 PM
good logic on the betting! well said brother!
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Posted: 3/13/2012 1:43:34 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Blacks2011:

So you are saying if a person has capped this game, and everything points to INDI, because the public is on it, bet against it. WOW, the public isnt always wrong, maybe this is a time that they are correct. Did you look at it from that angle, comments like this are funny, there is more to capping games than just betting against the public.



Given the fact that PORTLAND JUST  a couple of days ago lost HUGE in a seemingly trap game to boston  ( +3) at boston.... highly unlikely that they are giving away 2 freebees with the same team in such a short span

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Posted: 3/13/2012 1:49:09 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by kimmipwete123:

Exactly my friend. That's where most people are wrong, they think that just because a team is a public bet that they would lose. However, public bets doesn't mean that the public has the most money on it. AND online websites showing money lines and game lines aren't real guys, only VEGAS knows what they really are.

Just an example folks. Let's say 90% of public is on Indiana and only 10% is on Portland. Does it automatically mean that the money line of the public exceeds the money line of the non public? NO. Let's say the 90% public just bet a total of 200 million dollars and let's say the 10% out there (comprising of the big names like Mayweather and the rest) bet a total of 500 million dollars? Who's the public now? Now this is just an example.

My friends, learn to think outside the box. No wonder no one believes me when I say I've won over a total of $30000 over the past 3 years by betting just around less than $100 a day (for a total of all team bets, no parlays). It is just then when they see what I have that they believe. I'm sorry for those big bettors but I'm just under 21 years old so don't expect me to bet like you guys do.

Let's just see the outcome of the games tomorrow. Who knows? I might be wrong, I'm human after all. 


I hear you on not just being scared because public is on a play i AGREE but in THIS situation ( bare with me for comfusing explanation)  ...  a team recently off a  +3 massacre in a seemingly trap game...now vs. another team 3 days later in the SAME situation.... winning one game fine but 2 within a week with the same team ??
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Posted: 3/13/2012 1:53:10 PM
ALso man you CANT win $30,000 in 3 years betting less or equal to $100 a day ...Try again   365 days a year  hitting 60 percent you make roughly $5,830 a year
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Posted: 3/13/2012 4:05:02 PM
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Given the fact that PORTLAND JUST  a couple of days ago lost HUGE in a seemingly trap game to boston  ( +3) at boston.... highly unlikely that they are giving away 2 freebees with the same team in such a short span

TRAP GAME, FREEBIES, all word that I laugh at. Vegas doesnt give any freebies, do you guys even know/or even understand how these lines are created. Everyone has their theory on these games, but alot of you so called cappers just talk off the top of your head.

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Posted: 3/13/2012 4:07:29 PM
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Originally Posted by Marmix22:

ALso man you CANT win $30,000 in 3 years betting less or equal to $100 a day ...Try again   365 days a year  hitting 60 percent you make roughly $5,830 a year

Who said he/she is just betting on basketball, you do know that their are other sports to bet on within those 365 days.

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Posted: 3/13/2012 4:15:35 PM
With you on the Pacers! Really like how they play at home
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Posted: 3/13/2012 7:06:52 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Marmix22:

ALso man you CANT win $30,000 in 3 years betting less or equal to $100 a day ...Try again   365 days a year  hitting 60 percent you make roughly $5,830 a year
I actually can man. It doesn't mean that I'm roughly about 65% now that those are the only team bets I make? Ever wonder how many teams I played yesterday even though I just posted Spurs as my best play? AND btw there is also another local sports betting in my country which is easier to win. Like you'd easily find out if this team was gonna sell out which game and that my friend is called the Philippine Basketball Association.
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Posted: 3/13/2012 7:12:58 PM
And you did the math wrong buddy. Let's say 365 days of NBA betting which is unrealistic since NBA betting only lasts for 8 months starting October (with the exception to this season). Rounding it off, I'd say a total of 180 days since sometimes I take vacations to other countries so I don't have a bookie and since I'm under 21 I can't register online betting. And let's say I hit just 60% (which I don't). 180 days x 60% = 108 days of winning x $100 a day = This gives me a total of $10,800 for the whole season. Not yet counting other bets such as parlays that might have won and PBA betting.
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