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3rd Straight 50-Unit Underdog Winner Tonight
The ‘Dogs Just Keep Howling As Last Night I Again Buried Bookmakers With My 2nd Straight 50-Unit Highroller Underdog winner - The Royals (+115) Over Yankees 8-5
West Coast Pitchers’ Duel Highlight Of 3-0 Tuesday
Last Night My Best Bets Baseball Club Took Down The MoneyWith Winning 25-Unit Parlay On Cardinals and Rangers And Intends Is Looking For The 3-0 Sweep Tonight.

Professional Handicapper Kelso Sturgeon

I MEET THE TOP STANDARDS OF A CHAMPION HANDICAPPER:
I KNOW MY BEST GAMES

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Kelso Best Bets Club

MY BEST BETS CLUB IS YOUR LOWEST COST OPTION

You get the whole season for Only $245 or you can take a Trial Membership, 1 Month – September just $125 – plus get the remainder of the Pre-Season including Games of the Year plays.

This gives you 2-3 College plays every Saturday and 2-3 top plays every Sunday – plus Mondays and Thursdays – if the geames measaure up.

And I target the most winnable games at 5, 10 and 15 Units so you know where to get the biggest profits:

BEST BETS CLUB turned a profit, winning at 56.3%. We basically broke even in College play, finishing with a strong 20-7 record in November, and were solid in the pros, going 34-20-2 overall in the NFL regular season that won us 175 net plus units.

2015 was less-than-great by my standard. And my guys made money.


MY CHAIRMAN’S CLUB IS A MOVE UP FOR THE PLAYER READY FOR THE NEXT LEVEL.

I game Saturday and One game Sunday including a full schedule of 20 and 25 Unit Chairman’s plays. (Season Fee Just $479)

Plus my Best Bets Club FREE!

One step below my Personal Best which only had an "okay" year, by my standards 101-67-6 for 60.12%

Still netted 345 units ($34,500 for $100-per-unit players; $3,450 for $10-per-unit players R.O.I 45%

Chairman’s Club swamped the NFL in September, 12-3 for 80% & plus 160-Units

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Kelso Personal Best Club

MY PERSONAL BEST CLUB IS THE TOP OF THE LINE. THERE’S NOTHING BETTER ANYWHERE.

Every Saturday and Sunday receive my TOP play that I personally rate up to 200 Units. All this Winning for $1499.

I will also include my Chairman’s Club selection FREE!

MY PERSONAL BEST WENT 31-17-3 FOR 64.6% LAST YEAR AND CLEARED 955 UNITS

That’s $9,550 for $10-per-unit-players – and R.O.I. of 39.7%.

In September alone, we went 8-3-2 for 615 units!


MONDAY & THURSDAY MARQUEE GAMES. On these two nights, with all the action focused on only one or two games, Vegas plays it cagey with the line. And if they overprice one side – WHAM! We got ’em. These good things don’t happen all the time, but when they do, they’re like found money. So no matter which club you join, check in and get this moneymaker.

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Cleveland Browns Committing Suicide One Cut At A Time...Looking At 0-16 Season

 

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Cleveland Browns Committing Suicide One Cut At A Time

Still Believe “New” Browns Will Go 0-16 This Season

 

College Football Kicks Off 84-Game Opening Weekend

Thursday Featuring Nationally Televised ESPN SEC Showdown

South Carolina At Vanderbilt

 

Get Entire Best Bets Club Season For Just $245

And It Includes Saturday’s Annual 200-Unit

College Kickoff Classic

 

All The Things You Need To Know To Win In Early Days

Of College Season

 

By Kelso Sturgeon

 

The 2016 college football season begins Thursday night with 16 games—five of them on national television—and It is my intention to again win from the get-go, with my top play of the night being a 25-unit bet on the early-season Southeastern Conference showdown that finds South Carolina at Vanderbilt. For the record my money is on Clemson at 7-1 to win the national championship.

Before getting into the first week of college football, with a list of things you need to know to win early, a few words about the National Football League that will be playing the final games of its preseason Thursday night. First, my initial NFL power ratings for the 2016-17 season were posted on this site today and listed the Green Bay Packers (8-1 to win the Super Bowl) as my top-rated team , slightly ahead of the Arizona Cardinals (8-1), Kansas City Chiefs (20-1), New England Patriots (7-1),  Carolina Panthers (10-1) and Cincinnati Bengals (18-1).

Contributed Articles 8/27/2016 by Kelso Sturgeon

Houston Football - College and NFL

 

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CAN HOUSTON COUGARS WIN 10 GAMES AGAIN?

The Houston Cougars were one of the feel-good stories in college football last season. They started 10-0 and finished 13-1, capping it off with a Peach Bowl win over Florida State. Greg Ward, a terrific dual-threat quarterback is back in the fold and there's every reason to expect 2016 to bring more winning to Houston. But just how much and is there any money to be made?

Let's begin by eliminating two propositions. As nice as the Houston story might be and as attractive as 50-1 to win a national championship looks, the odds of the Cougars even making the Playoff are not that good. Even if they upset Oklahoma on September 3, the rest of the schedule is non-Power 5 and the fact that Houston was never even in the discussion for the Playoff last year - even at 10-0 - shows how much the deck is stacked against teams from non-power conferences.

On the other end of the spectrum, we can also eliminate Houston as a (+110) proposition to win a second straight American Athletic Conference title. Not that the Cougars are a bad straight-up pick to do so, but that's an awfully short price for a league race that won't be settled until a conference championship game in December. Anyone who believes in the Coogs that firmly can make more money just betting them week-to-week.

Exclusive Coverage of all NFL 8/29/2016

Jaguars rally to defeat visiting Bengals

Linebacker Hayes Pullard III returned an interception 62 yards for the go-ahead touchdown as the Jacksonville Jaguars rallied from an 18-point deficit and registered a 26-21 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday night in a preseason contest at Jacksonville, Fla.

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Exclusive Coverage of all College Football 8/27/2016

Cal tops Hawaii to kick off season

Senior quarterback Davis Webb passed for four touchdowns and rushed for one in his California debut and junior receiver Chad Hansen had the best game of his career as the Golden Bears rolled to a 51-31 nonconference victory over Hawaii in college football's season opener at Sydney, Australia, on Saturday afternoon.

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