My Gambling Dilema.

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Posted: 3/19/2017 1:00:49 AM
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Posted: 3/19/2017 1:01:58 AM

Not possible at this immediate time.  My family is / has always been number one.  Got my 92 yr old Mother in a nursing home, caregiver for my 90 yr old father in my home, caregiver for my disabled 22 yr old son, completely dedicated to my Wifey of 25 yrs.  Would never abandon anyone in my family.  I am loyal to the very end.  Just can't do it because it's the very fabric of my being.  I do have family in Henderson so it's very possible I could be in Nevada soon.  My connections could TCB in Vegas if I so decided. 

But I do believe you can be one of the only 5% who profit from sports gambling.  Why not if you have the discipline?  Too many misunderstand that the battle is not between you and the Book.  The struggle is always between you and your own self control.  And I've been here at covers.com for 14 yrs and following your postings for 3 yrs.  I'm not going anywhere.  Bank on it.
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Posted: 3/19/2017 8:16:31 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by MIZUNO22:

Goose, 

Do you have the flexibility to make a bimonthly trip to Vegas?



Is this for gambling or dating? 
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Posted: 3/19/2017 8:19:53 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by MIZUNO22:

Almost 3 yrs since last post, still going strong, ready to expand, anyone interested?

Why would you need someone to "expand" with?

If you are truly making good money gambling, the only person you can think of to share your system with is some stranger on an internet forum?

Don't you have any friends? Family members? 

I'm calling BS 

Goose, if you go to Vegas to meet this guy leave your wallet at home, but bring plenty of condoms 
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Posted: 3/19/2017 10:55:10 PM
Would never abandon anyone in my family.  I am loyal to the very end.  


WhereTF did he ask you to 'abandon' your family!?!

Surely you could meet up for a boi's night in Sin City...after all, we thought you were frequently tripping out there to visit your other son -- CG.  illegitimate or not, you were/are loyal on that tip, give ya that!


OP, so much for a reply to post#15, huh.  Must've been too busy stacking your Martha Stewart pork chops.  Say hello to ol' See Gee for us...
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Posted: 3/19/2017 11:20:14 PM

Bimonthly trips from CT to NV implies at least a total of seven or eight days out of each month.  Just not doable at this juncture with my responsibilities.  So why are you breaking my stones?  What have I ever done to you?
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Posted: 3/20/2017 8:28:11 AM
Goose, bimonthly meaning, 1 trip every 2 months, usually a 4 day trip.  Regarding caregiver responsibilities, you would have more time for them while taking in 'difference making income'.  Completely respect your reasoning, just wanted to clarify the question.

Hugh_, some stranger?  Based on Goose's postings over a long period of time, labeling him a stranger couldn't be further from the truth.  Got a feel for integrity, character, etc, a long time ago.  Regarding 'why expand', we have a 'MtRushmore' of 4 individuals on trip rotations.  One recently exited due to complications of diabetes.  Side note; processed wheat & sugar is of the devil, avoid'em like the plague. 

Unlike some tout, I have ZERO interest in anyone's disposable income.  Your time, and doing exactly what I tell you to do on those trips is what's needed.
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Posted: 3/20/2017 9:32:26 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by MIZUNO22:

Your time, and doing exactly what I tell you to do on those trips is what's needed.


Isn't that the plot of "50 Shades Of Gray?"
Goose, don't sign any contracts, or you'll wind up in a gimp outfit chained to a bed getting the s#~~ whipped out of you.....
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Posted: 3/20/2017 1:23:41 PM

Been friends with MIZUNO22 for many years here on covers.

MIZUNO22...  You have mail.
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Posted: 3/23/2017 9:58:00 AM

Mizuno - glad to hear this is working out for you.

Anything you can share about the details of what you are doing or how you are doing it?

Understand if you cant - but just curious.


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Posted: 3/30/2017 9:43:19 AM
Hey Mizuno, I'm in my sophomore year of sports betting, and after much trial and error and money lost, I've zeroed in on a system that works very for me. About two months ago i deposited a measly 30 bucks and with the warriors win last night, I've now built it up to a decent bankroll of over 2 grand. I see SIGNIFICANT opportunity to make some real money doing this, but based on my research I keep hearing that the online books (which is all I have access to at the moment) won't allow profitable bettors to keep making money off them and will ban or severely restrict them. .. It's to the point where I was seriously beginning to think the whole idea of a professional sports bettor to be a myth. .. Can you please share some insights on how you've been able to make real money doing this without getting shunned by books?
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