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Kelso Sturgeon’s DEAN’S LIST

It’s what happens when Kelso Sturgeon joins forces with the smartest oddsmakers in Las Vegas and the offshores to find games so certain to win, everyone is "Bet Your Limit!"

I have just assembled an all-star cast - a true Dean’s List - of the top TOP oddsmakers and betting sharps in Vegas and the offshores. If they gave out report cards for sharp bookmaking and money management, every member of this all-star team would rate a Triple A! As oddsmakers, they know where the line should be. So as bettors they know how to get the money!

I’m talking about a kind of CONSENSUS pick where ALL the very brightest minds zero in on THE ONE game that MUST win! AND THEY KNOW! As oddsmakers, tracking the computer boys, the wise guy action, the early and late moves, they HAVE to make sharp lines... Too many mistakes and they are OUT! They have to be sure their house is on the right side of the money.

When we get together to canvas the boards, we want the ONE game that EVERYBODY agrees must win. If it’s not 100% we don’t release it!

Here’s the deal

  • Starting today you will receive the top plays of the Kelso Sturgeon Dean’s List of oddsmakers and betting sharps.
  • Games include college as well as the NBA.
  • Includes the College Conference Tournaments (ACC, Big Ten, SEC, ACC, AAC, Big 12, PAC 12 C- USA, MAC) through March 12th and includes Conference Championship games.
  • You will receive picks for all six rounds of the NCAA Big Dance, including the Sweet Sixteen, Final Four and the Championship game on Monday, April 3.
  • You can expect the same selections being wagered on by the most knowledgeable and money-smart operatives on BOTH sides of the counter - games so certain: every game is "bet your limit!"

So this is not a deal you have to second guess a whole lot. But I’m here to address your concerns and get you the money!

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Kelso Sturgeon

HOME PAGE 2/20/2017 by Kelso Sturgeon

The New-Look New Orleans Pelicans


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The New Orleans Pelicans were certainly the story of All-Star weekend, and not just because they hosted the event and Anthony Davis went off for a record 52 points in last night’s defensively-challenged display. The Pelicans made the league’s big move off the court as well, acquiring Demarcus Cousins from Sacramento in exchange for a modest package highlighted by rookie shooter Buddy Hield. Talk in the media was alive this morning that the Pelicans are on their way to the playoffs and even that Golden State needs to be concerned about a potential 1 vs. 8 matchup in the first round.

I won’t engage the final point, which is more than a little silly—a healthy Warriors team is clearly not going to lose a best-of-seven series to the Pelicans or even come close to it. But the sentiment behind the enthusiasm is worthy of discussion—namely, will this New Orleans team turn into a moneymaker now that Cousins is on board? Will they improve on their 27-29-21 ATS mark? Will they make up the 2½ game margin currently between them and the Western Conference’s final playoff berth. And could they be the kind of feisty 8-seed that manages to pull off one outright win and a couple other close ATS covers, thereby becoming profitable in the playoffs?

Contributed Articles 2/20/2017 by Kelso Sturgeon

College Hoops Report


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Tune in to a College Basketball pre-game, in-game or post-game event these day and just about all the broadcasters are touching on the very same topic: How many teams from each conference/league will make it to this year's NCAA Tournament that tips off for real on Tuesday, March 14th?

Now keep in mind that there are 32 automatic bids - many of which are the non-power conferences - and then another 36 at-large bids that comprise the men's 68-team field and better be sure the jostling for real these days here in the latter stages of February.

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Freshman Adebayo leads No. 11 Kentucky over Missouri

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- No. 11 Kentucky got a double-double of 22 points and a career-best 15 rebounds from freshman Bam Adebayo in its 72-62 victory over Missouri on Tuesday night.

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Lakers clean house, name Magic president, add new GM

The Los Angeles Lakers named team legend Earvin "Magic" Johnson as president of basketball operations on Tuesday while conducting a housecleaning.