0-15 run, fade this

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over 99.5 1st half Blazers/Sac
Blazers -3.5

I've been on the worst run of my gambling life so fade if you will as I've always been honest even though it's really embarrassing...I'm shocked that we've been on this under run and perhaps I've missed the boat on our stellar defense but getting Blazers over/under at 99.5 in any half I have to bite...please lil baby Jesus hook your old pal SW up and end this madness
56-49 Blaze at the hizzle 
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You'll turn it around! Bol
 
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Rooting for you brother! 
 
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take a break
 
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you can't make this up, 2 west coast teams habitually have scored until I bet them and since when did my Blazers become the 1980's Pistons? sometimes the universe sends you a message, in this case it's really embarrassing and clear
 
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0-17 run that's almost impossible but I did it
 
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Same as going 17-0 if you really think about it.....
I've seen you over the course of a season, you'll get it back sir 
 
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I started this season with many 1st half bets in NBA and took a BATH. Changed it up and stayed away from first half bets been doing a lot better. 
 
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you guys are awesome thanks for the positive vibes shows your true character which is nice, I'm in a huge rut but really appreciate the kind words...my fault entirely as gambling is a choice and a vice and really nothing to look up to, but f me losing 17 is special
 
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Well, I'm 14-40. It is unreal how every pick is wrong in basketball.

What changed from last year? Seen crazy play this year.

Losing by 10 in the last minute of the 4th, and both teams score 10 points in the last minute... destroying my UNDER by 1 point.

LAC winning all game long and going to OT on a last-second bucket and losing.

BOS going on a 17-0 run against GSW in the 4th quarter to eke out a win?!?!?!?

PHO getting destroyed by HOU, yet both teams keep running up the score, destroying every UNDER during the game when the outcome was never in doubt.

Just don't know what these guys are doing out there. It's as if they are playing to the bookies' line, not to win.
 
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I feel your pain ParlayBuster, seems like there really is no way of winning long term even if you think you have a grip on the game...best of luck next go round
 
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I'm going to start smoking weed
 
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Quote Originally Posted by StraightWagers:

I'm going to start smoking weed



 
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 i feel like i would have had a similar circumstance if i started playing NBA regularly again. if i betted today i would be 4-1. Still kinda have a feel for those dog plays now and then but i know i could just as easily have a 1-4 day after a good one the day before. 

Happened to me last season more times than i would like. The playoffs killed me last year. the games were boring. So enough was enough.

 GL the rest of the way SW and to another wonderful contest 
 
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At least you have a nice family to give you comfort.  0-17 not sustainable think how good you feel after you get your next win.  Might become contagious.  
 
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some of the games lately have been obvious winners. How much research and dissection of the games are you actually doing before you bet?? 
 
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Either slow down or take a break.  It's ups n downs of this hobby.  Appreciate you to share your fade.  It's like jumping on a grenade for your brothers.   
 
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If you are that good at picking the wrong team, switch after you make your pick?  I know people who do that. 
 
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Sometimes a thread will go "what's your worst betting day ever"?

And I always recall one time in Reno, I made ONE DOZEN pro and college bb bets....................AND LOST THEM ALL

IN ONE F'IN DAY!

Statistically impossible, but I was there. Thousands of dollars were lost. Which led me to conclude; bet what you know........GL
 
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im pretty much in the same boat. dont count the shots make the shots count 
 
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Did someone say smoking weed?




Lmao 



 
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Sometimes being high helps me make more logical bets.....



I mean it's so easy to pick the obvious so clouding my judgement isn't always a bad thing.






 
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Les smoke happy betting
 
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Posted: #24

already this season to watch out for

6+ games victory from 21 point deficit

entire last season < 10 

trying to find it on ESPN from last night or so
 
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Im in a bit of slump myself after starting out pretty hot. Its ok thought. We'll get it back one bet at a time. 
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