Submitted by Kelso Sturgeon on Tuesday, November 1, 2011 at 1:55 PM
There is nothing that reaffirms one’s faith in what he is doing more than a big winning weekend when everybody else went south. Not bragging—just a fact. The bettors—sharps and squares—were so wrong, especially in the National Football League, Las Vegas bookmakers had their biggest winning week of the entire season. The losers did not include my clients.
That was then and this is now—and there is no reason to think the winning will not continue. After hitting a 25-unit parlay with the Kansas City Chiefs and the under in the Monday Night Football game, it’s right back tonight with a 25-unit play on the Mid-American Conference game that has Northern Illinois (5-3) taking on Toledo (5-3) in the Glass Bowl.
Tonight’s game is available on this site and toll free at 1-800-755-2255 for just $25, charged to your major credit card. Tomorrow night the winning continues with my 50-Unit MAC Game of the Year as Temple 5-3) visits Ohio (5-3)
In looking ahead to the weekend, Alabama (8-0) is a 5-point (5 ½ in some places) favorite over LSU (8-0) in a game that more than likely punch the winner’s ticket to the BCS championship game.
As for this past weekend, Saturday had its share of big-time upsets—for instance, Iowa State (+15 ½) with its 41-7 win over a Texas Tech team that the weekend before had won at Oklahoma—but it was Sunday that buried the bettors and made a fortune for bookmakers.
On Sunday more than 70% of all the parlays went down on the results of one single game—the New Orleans Saints (-13 ½) in their stunning 31-21 loss to at St. Louis Rams team that had not won a game this season and which was further handicapped by being without starting quarterback Sam Bradford.
Then came the Baltimore Ravens (-11 ½) failure to cover in a 30-27 win over the Arizona Cardinals and the New York Giants (-9 ½) in their failure to get it done in a 20-17 win over winless Miami. These two games were big plays by both the wiseguys and the squares and further built up the bankrolls of the world’s bookies.
While all of this was going on, my clients were taking down the cash with a multitude of winners, topped on Sunday by Buffalo’s 23-0 shutout of the Washington Redskins in my 200-unit NFL Game of the Year.
November To Remember Clients 5-0
One of the highlights of every football season is my November To Remember Package that includes my Thanksgiving Turkey Shoot and it certainly got off to a big start, going 5-0, up 325 units, after just three weeks of play. For the record, here are the games I released and won in this package.
College Game Of Month: 100 Units
Michigan (-14) 36, Purdue 14 (Win)
NFL Game Of The Year: 200 Units
Buffalo Bills (-4 ½) 23, Washington Redskins 0 (Win)
25-Unit Side/Total Parlay
10 Units: Kansas City Chiefs (+3) 23, San Diego Chargers 20 (Win)
10 Units: Kansas City-San Diego Under 44 ½ (Win)
5 Units: Parlay Of Kansas City And The Under (Win)
As noted earlier, the winning will continue and there are two more 100-unit plays this weekend—my 100-unit College Blowout Game of the Week on Saturday and my 100-unit Triple Power Play in the NFL on Sunday. And let’s not forget that 50-unit MAC Game of the Year Wednesday night and another 50-unit College Power Play on Friday.
For the record, November to Remember runs through the entire month and includes at least five more 100-unit college and NFL plays, plus a host of 50-unit releases.
You can get the entire November to Remember Package for just $249, charged to your major credit card, and can sign up on this website or toll free at 1-800-755-2255.
College Basketball Begins Monday
The 2011-12 college basketball season begins this Monday with three games—William & Mary at St. John’s, Eastern Kentucky at Mississippi State and Valparaiso at Arizona—that kick off a week in which 91 games will be played. I have been studying college basketball for the last two and one-half months and am ready to fire from the get-go.
You can get the entire basketball season (including the NBA when/if it begins) for the early bird price of just $229, a savings of $70 off the regular $299 price. You can sign up on this website or toll free at 1-800-755-2255 and begin winning Monday. All major credit cards accepted. I am finalizing my college basketball power ratings and they will be posted later this week.
Bookies Make Major Adjustment To Football Lines
Bookmakers made major line updates and adjustments for this week’s college games and there is no doubt most of them are as hard a rock. That they will present major challenges is illustrated by the fact that 24 of the 45 games scheduled this week give us double-digit favorites. Of that number, eight teams are favored by 20 points and up and three teams by 30 or more, with Boise State (-40 ½) at UNLV offering the biggest number.
This means that bettors are going to have to work a little harder to cash a ticket this week. The challenge of laying the big wood, or taking it, has all at once become very challenging. There are no longer any gifts on the board.
With that said, may I remind you that some of the hardest numbers on the board can be made soft in the handicapping process as one finds the little hidden things that make the difference between winning and losing in a world ruled by points and half-points. I work hard to find those edges and if you do not have the time to do the work, please get on board for one of my football services and let me win for you too.