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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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It’s Break The Bank Day In College Football

 

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75-Unit October TV Triple Crown Launches Annual OctoberFest

5 Weeks Of 32 Special College And NFL Winners

Get Entire Football Package For Just $150

 

Louisville (4-0) At Clemson (4-0) Tops October TV Triple Crown

Get 3 Of The Biggest College Games Of Week Today

And Go 7-0 With 3 Straight Bets, 4 Parlays

 

Alabama Regains Top Spot In My Top Ten Rankings

Washington Moves To #4 With Blowout Win

 

Bounce-Back Team Wins As 50-Unit College Game Of Week

 

Hitting 79% Winners (11-3-1) And Will Get It Done Again Today

 

By Kelso Sturgeon

 

I am having an excellent football season in both the colleges and the NFL and am excited today to launch my annual Octoberama football program that includes 32 special games spread over five weeks. Kicking off the program will be my 75-unit October TV Triple Crown, a break-the bank move that includes three 25-unit winners and four parlays. The sky is the limit on what you can win when you go 7-0.

For the record I am hitting 79% of my 25-unit plays this season, standing 11-3-1 after winning Thursday night with the Cincinnati Bengals over the Miami Dolphins.

Contributed Articles 9/30/2016 by Kelso Sturgeon

ANALYZING THE BALTIMORE RAVENS’ 3-0 START

 

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The Baltimore Ravens are rolling along through three weeks, with a 3-0 record both straight-up and ATS. They’re alone atop the competitive AFC North, leading Pittsburgh and Cincinnati by a game in the loss column. The winning is being done with a formula familiar to Ravens fans—a defense that ranks fourth in the NFL in points allowed is getting it done. It may not be Ray Lewis or Ed Reed anymore, but C.J. Mosley and Eric Weddle are playing some awfully good football.

From 2008-14, Baltimore was consistently one of the best teams in football using that formula. Consequently, it’s easy to respect this organization and head coach John Harbaugh and feel the 3-0 start means that the disaster of 2015 can be dismissed as an anomaly. But there are some stormclouds that shouldn’t be ignored.

The obvious starting point is the schedule. The Ravens have beaten the Bills, Browns and Jaguars, which doesn’t exactly qualify as Murderer’s Row. Baltimore isn’t doing it with ease either—the wins are by a combined 13 points (4.3 per game) and the ATS margin is even tighter. Baltimore has covered the number by a combined 4.5 points in those three games. That’s a point and a half per game. Not much room for error and the competition will take a modest upgrade when Oakland comes to M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday.

If Baltimore is going to build off this strong start, their 24th-ranked offense simply must get better. Joe Flacco’s production numbers are abysmal. While he’s a tolerable 14th in the league in completion percentage, he ranks in the lower third of starting quarterbacks in yards-per-attempt and interceptions as a percentage of passes thrown. Roughly translated that he means he’s pretty good at dink-and-dunk throws but otherwise still makes too many mistakes. That’s not a formula for beating anyone of note in the NFL.

In Flacco’s defense, the problem has less to do with him than an offensive line that is basically Marshall Yanda and a group of four mediocrities. Yanda is one of the best guards in the league, but he’s a lonely warrior up front. The result is a putrid running game that gets just 3.3 yards-per-attempt, well below the league average of 4.0.

That’s the reason the market hasn’t fallen in love with Baltimore in spite of the good start. They’re still available at decent 11-5 odds to win the AFC North, well behind Pittsburgh, who remains the 10-11 favorite in spite of a disastrous game at Philadelphia last week. The Ravens are only seen as modestly better than the Bengals ,who are priced at 6-2 to win the division in spite of a 2-2 start (including last night’s win over the Dolphins) that’s overwhelmed no one.

No serious NFL bettor would ever dismiss a John Harbaugh-coached team under any circumstances, much less one that’s 3-0 and playing some outstanding defense. That alone indicates that 2015 was an anomaly. But before the Ravens can be considered an honest-to-goodness Super Bowl contender, and priced like it, they have to pick it up on offense and separate themselves from some good teams.

 

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