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HOME PAGE 5/27/2015 by Kelso Sturgeon

It Was Perfect 3-0 Wednesday With 3 Underdog Winners


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It Was Perfect 3-0 Wednesday With 3 Underdog Winners
50-Unit Winner: Giants (+115) 3, Brewers 1
25-Unit Winner: White Sox (+115) 5, Blue Jays 3
15-Unit Winner: Twins (+105) 6, Red Sox 4

Highrollers Still Destroying Bookmakers Last 3 Days...50-Unit Underdog Winner, 100-Unit 2-Team Parlay Winner, 100-Unit Winner

Another 50-Unit Highroller Baseball PlaySet To Win In Dominating Style Thursday Night

Ohio State Solid 3-1 Favorite To Win Back-To-Back National Football Championship

By Kelso Sturgeon

The baseball winners just keep pouring in and nothing illustrates it more than yesterday when my clubs went 3-0 and every single winner was an underdog - 50 units on the Giants (+115) for my Personal Best Club for highrollers, 25 units on the Chicago White Sox (+115) for my Chairman's Club and 15 units on the Minnesota Twins (+105) for Best Bet Club Members.

The baseball winning continues tonight with the highlight be another 50-unit highroller winner as my Personal Best Investment Club, which has crushed bookmakers all season, gets it done again. As frequently noted, all highroller plays have a 95% chance to win. See details below.

An interesting side note to Wednesday's winners - all of which graded out as winners despite being underdogs. I was thrown off course a bit when the San Francisco Giants, who met the 95% rule, came up the underdog. I thoughts it was all a mistake and spent about 30 minutes on the phone calling bookmakers in the United States and offshore to confirm the number. It turned out Milwaukee was the favorite and was getting hit solidly with big bets.

I believe in my numbers and marched right in to cash that +115 ticket on an underdog that my analysis said had that 95% chance to win.

I want to introduce college football for the coming season. The season begins in 97 days and if you have not started analyzing the 123 teams on which we will be betting you are already behind schedule.

Defending Champion Ohio State Is 3-1 favorite To Win It All - 'Bama 7-1 2nd Choice, TCU 8-1

The up-to-date futures odds have Ohio State the solid 3-1 favorite, followed by 2nd choice Alabama at 7-1 and TCU at 8-1. Every other team is offered at double digits. To help get your started on handicapping 2015-16, here is a listing of just a few of the big games that will be played on Week I, plus current odds for all teams to win the title.

Big Games That Open College Football Season

Thursday, Sept. 3
Michigan at Utah
North Carolina at South Carolina
TCU at Minnesota

Friday, Sept. 4
Washington at Boise State

Saturday, Sept. 5
Louisville at Auburn
Arizona State at Texas A&M
BYU at Nebraska
Texas at Notre Dame
Wisconsin at Alabama

Odds To Win College Championship - Teams Listed Alphabetically

TeamOpening OddsCurrent Odds
Arizona State100-160-1
Boise State300-1200-1
Florida State30-115-1
Georgia Tech60-1100-1
Kansas State200-1100-1
Michigan State20-125-1
Mississippi State30-160-1
North Carolina300-1300-1
N.C. State500-1500-1
Notre Dame30-125-1
Ohio State9-23-1
Oklahoma State100-150-1
Oregon State500-1500-1
Penn State100-1100-1
South Carolina100-1100-1
Texas A&M100-175-1
Virginia Tech100-1100-1
West Virginia100-1300-1
FIELD - All The Rest75-175-1
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Contributed Articles 5/21/2015 by Kelso Sturgeon

Bullpens Vital to Modern MLB Handicapping


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Kelso's Advanced Sports Betting: Bullpens Vital to Modern MLB Handicapping

I wanted to do a baseball report this week because it's becoming very clear that bullpens are a huge part of the story in the 2015 season...and because it's not as widely understood as I should be why some teams are having such great success.

I'm about to show you an amazing statistic. Through Wednesday night's action, the Kansas City Royals bullpen led the Major Leagues with an ERA of 1.61. We're deep into the season now...so that's not some sort of one week or one month fluke. And, that's not the best guy in their bullpen...that's the entire bullpen!

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National Basketball Association Playoff Game Capsules

Oakland, CA (SportsNetwork.com) - It was 40 years in the making. The Golden State Warriors are back in the NBA Finals. Harrison Barnes was huge down the stretch, scoring 13 of his 24 points in the fourth quarter, to help the Warriors to a 104-90 win over the Houston Rockets in Game 5 of the Western Conference finals. The reigning MVP Stephen Curry, who suffered a head contusion in the Rockets' lone win in this series in Game 4, registered a game-high 26 points with eight rebounds and six assists. Klay Thompson, despite dealing with foul trouble and an ear laceration during the game, contributed 20 points in over 22 minutes of action. Golden State returns to the Finals for the first time since 1975 when it swept the Washington Bullets in four games to claim the franchise's third title. The Warriors will host the Eastern Conference champion Cleveland Cavaliers at Oracle Arena in Game 1 on June 4. Coming off a playoff career-high 45 points in Game 4, James Harden had a forgettable performance in this one. Harden finished with 14 points on 2-of-11 shooting, but he committed an NBA playoff record 13 turnovers. The last field goal from Harden came with 5:48 remaining in the first half. Dwight Howard led the Rockets with 18 points and 16 rebounds.

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Markakis, Braves squeak past Dodgers

Los Angeles, CA (SportsNetwork.com) - Nick Markakis capped a two-run eighth inning with an RBI ground-rule double, and Atlanta came away with a 3-2 decision over Los Angeles in the finale of a three-game series.