I hate playing Ontario Pro Line but............................

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DoubleUp4Life PM DoubleUp4Life
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Posted: 1/19/2013 1:07:56 AM
Playing $106 on Casino tickets and another $70 on Pro-line 
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Posted: 1/19/2013 9:08:40 AM

As ususal good old ProLine didn't post tomorrows games so i am only going to play one longshot.  My first lean looks like this.

Pens @ Flyers         tie      6.00

Rangers @ Bruins    tie      6.00

Wings @ Blues        tie      6.00

Canes @  Fla           tie      6.00

Sens                       win     1.90

Ducks                     win     2.50

6156  X  $20.00 =    $123120.00

Those are my leans right now anybody else have better ties i really like the two dogs.  Thanks for posting.  GLA

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Posted: 1/19/2013 9:12:50 AM
Yeah it's bs, I like to do up at combined sat/sun tik. Oh well I like your card brotha 
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Posted: 1/19/2013 9:42:38 AM
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Originally Posted by princeofasia:

Yeah it's bs, I like to do up at combined sat/sun tik. Oh well I like your card brotha 

Thanks.  If they would have posted tomorrows games i would have rolled 4 out of 6 ties with the two dogs.  But the always altra conservative take your money at all costs ProLine has it their way again.  Oh well its only 20 and pays pretty well.

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Posted: 1/19/2013 10:33:19 AM
Pro-Line Tickets 

Ducks 2.5 Wheeled Over 

Coyotes 1.9
Canes 1.9
Leafs 1.85
$15 to win $250.50

Coyotes 1.9
Canes 1.9
Bolts 1.7
$15 to win $230.10

Rangers 1.85
Wings 1.9
Avs 2.0
$12 to win $210.96




Tie Ticket
Rangers at Bruins 6.0 
Avs at Wild  6.0
Hawks at Kings 6.0
$5 to Win $1,080
DoubleUp4Life PM DoubleUp4Life
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Posted: 1/19/2013 10:35:16 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by lookingtowin:

As ususal good old ProLine didn't post tomorrows games so i am only going to play one longshot.  My first lean looks like this.

Pens @ Flyers         tie      6.00

Rangers @ Bruins    tie      6.00

Wings @ Blues        tie      6.00

Canes @  Fla           tie      6.00

Sens                       win     1.90

Ducks                     win     2.50

6156  X  $20.00 =    $123120.00

Those are my leans right now anybody else have better ties i really like the two dogs.  Thanks for posting.  GLA


where would you go to even cash that awesome ticket ???

I always try and keep my Payouts around $200 or less so I can cash them at convience store around the Falls or Fort Erie ....

Say 5 tickets paying $200 each .......


Have had some trouble cashing them over that amount
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Posted: 1/19/2013 10:50:10 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by DoubleUp4Life:


where would you go to even cash that awesome ticket ???

I always try and keep my Payouts around $200 or less so I can cash them at convience store around the Falls or Fort Erie ....

Say 5 tickets paying $200 each .......


Have had some trouble cashing them over that amount

First thanks for posting.  That ticket would have to be cashed at the OLG office in Toronto.  There have been a few times this year were the Football pools paid single winners picking all games correct with some real dogs showing up and the tickets paid over $700.000.  Would be nice to hit one. G/L today and all season.

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Posted: 1/19/2013 10:55:13 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by DoubleUp4Life:


where would you go to even cash that awesome ticket ???

I always try and keep my Payouts around $200 or less so I can cash them at convience store around the Falls or Fort Erie ....

Say 5 tickets paying $200 each .......


Have had some trouble cashing them over that amount

Forgot to add that most Casinos in Ontario if not all will cash up to $1000.00 on a Pro Line ticket also Metro grocery stores in Ontario will cach up to the same $1000.00.  The last post i put a period in between the 700 so it should be $700,000 dollars.

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Posted: 1/19/2013 11:16:23 AM

Nice tickets boys! I notice proline has better shootout payouts than mise o jeu. But mise o jeu has much more games including AHL and tomorrow and mondays games already listed. The most you can have is 8 games on one ticket and no shootout quoata. I am rolling with these tickets:

Pens/Flyers over 5.5 - 1.45

Binghampton/Bridgeport over 5.5 - 1.60

Grand Rapids/Rockford s/o 5.25

Carolina/Florida s/o 5.45

Phoenix/Dallas s/o 5.40

New York/Boston s/o 5.25

SanJose/Calgary s/o 5.10

Sain Louis/Nashville s/o 5.85

5 bucks to win $280 732.65

Steve Stamkos to score a goal 1.60

Penguins to get more shots on net than Philly 1.70

Predators -1.5 - 2.05

Avalanche +1.5 - 1.40

Joffrey Lupul to get more points than David Desharnais -2.20

Penguins ml -1.75

15 bucks to win $450.85

 

 

 

 

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Posted: 1/19/2013 11:17:40 AM
First hockey ticket of the year 

Ottawa win by 1. 1.9

Chicago tie with la   6.0

Colorado tie with Minnesota 6.0 

$5 to win $342 
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Posted: 1/19/2013 12:46:24 PM
Good Luck all and come one TIES.
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Posted: 1/19/2013 12:53:42 PM
hey sorry guys slept in - ott/wpg,toronto/mtrl,col/minny
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Posted: 1/19/2013 1:46:23 PM

You fellows picking your proline ties, keep in mind that a tie is not a tie until after the two teams are still deadlocked at the conclusion of the five-minute sudden-death OT period as opposed to the time in a game when a tie is normally offical, that being at the end of regulation time or three periods.

In conclusion the people at the sports lottery corporation office have somehow come to think or believe that a NHL regulation hockey game is now 65 minutes in duratiuon as opposed to the normal 60 minutes or three twenty-minute periods. Of course we all know that by increasing the regulation time of a game by an extra five minutes, it makes it that much more difficult for proline players to select and obtain a tie or ties on their tickets. Once again a clear example of these sports lottery crooks at work!!! 

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Posted: 1/19/2013 1:47:08 PM
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Originally Posted by malkin:

hey sorry guys slept in - ott/wpg,toronto/mtrl,col/minny

Okay to sleep in as long as you get the money down.  G/L

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Posted: 1/19/2013 1:55:55 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by pinballwizard:

You fellows picking your proline ties, keep in mind that a tie is not a tie until after the two teams are still deadlocked at the conclusion of the five-minute sudden-death OT period as opposed to the time in a game when a tie is normally offical, that being at the end of regulation time or three periods.

In conclusion the people at the sports lottery corporation office have somehow come to think or believe that a NHL regulation hockey game is now 65 minutes in duratiuon as opposed to the normal 60 minutes or three twenty-minute periods. Of course we all know that by increasing the regulation time of a game by an extra five minutes, it makes it that much more difficult for proline players to select and obtain a tie or ties on their tickets. Once again a clear example of these sports lottery crooks at work!!! 

Anybody that plays Pro Line knows that it is totally weighted to their side but in my case for $20.00 on a long shot its better than bettting on some nags at the racetrack.  Twenty to win over 120,000.00 although an extreme long shot what the hell.  Like their ads say you never know.  I know Canada was in the courts to get in single game wagering not sure how that turned out but it sure would be nice.

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Posted: 1/19/2013 1:56:57 PM
By the way guys my lean above has been placed.
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Posted: 1/19/2013 2:03:38 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by pinballwizard:

You fellows picking your proline ties, keep in mind that a tie is not a tie until after the two teams are still deadlocked at the conclusion of the five-minute sudden-death OT period as opposed to the time in a game when a tie is normally offical, that being at the end of regulation time or three periods.

In conclusion the people at the sports lottery corporation office have somehow come to think or believe that a NHL regulation hockey game is now 65 minutes in duratiuon as opposed to the normal 60 minutes or three twenty-minute periods. Of course we all know that by increasing the regulation time of a game by an extra five minutes, it makes it that much more difficult for proline players to select and obtain a tie or ties on their tickets. Once again a clear example of these sports lottery crooks at work!!! 

Another strange thing with Pro Line is that in NFL betting a tie is a tie at the end of 60 min of play no matter the outcome with OT even though most of those games end with a field goal which is still a tie.  Strange rules indeed.

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Posted: 1/19/2013 2:16:33 PM
rolling with avs tie, phx tie, NJ tie, canes ML, phx U5.5
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Posted: 1/19/2013 2:55:55 PM
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Originally Posted by komot:

rolling with avs tie, phx tie, NJ tie, canes ML, phx U5.5

G/L

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Posted: 1/19/2013 3:01:59 PM
Possible ties I'm playing today Pit vs Philly, Col vs Min, and NYR vs Bos
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Posted: 1/19/2013 3:11:37 PM
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Originally Posted by chuckles394:

Possible ties I'm playing today Pit vs Philly, Col vs Min, and NYR vs Bos

G/L gota lov'em if you can hit em.

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Posted: 1/19/2013 10:10:08 PM
So much for the ties but at 20.00 to win 120,000.00 i wasn't exactly firing up the limo to go and pick up my cheque.  Like longshots every once in a while.  Have one Pro Line ticket still going into the last game tonight.  Had Pens, Sens, Lightning to win and need the Ducks to win 10 pays 137.30.
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Posted: 1/19/2013 10:21:19 PM
Not looking good for the ties. Maybe next week. Not that many close games. Red Wings getting blown out. Who you like for tomorrow's games?
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Posted: 1/19/2013 10:22:52 PM
NEED KTKY/ABRN FOR $80.60
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Posted: 1/19/2013 10:49:48 PM
The most unlikely shootout tonight with Jackets/Preds, pays 6.20 in Quebec. What was it on Ontario? 6.80?
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