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    Any other RR's put a little $ down on the games. Post your picks degenerates.
    To be the champs you got to beat the champs

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    tonight i got
    Bulls -3.5
    Kings -1.5
    To be the champs you got to beat the champs

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    • #3
      bertarapsfan wrote: View Post
      tonight i got
      Bulls -3.5
      Kings -1.5
      I dont bet on basketball anymore..strictly NFL and a little hockey...basketball point spread was too hard, last minute garbage time skewers results so often
      It's Klaw Season. Time to hunt.

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      • #4
        KeonClark wrote: View Post

        I dont bet on basketball anymore..strictly NFL and a little hockey...basketball point spread was too hard, last minute garbage time skewers results so often
        I was on football for the first 4-5 weeks of the season. wasn't doing to well against the spread and then i hit a 7 game over/under parlay. Figured that was a good sign to stop and left a little behind to play with for the NBA season.
        Ya it's tough with garbage time but i just look for 1 or 2 games a night where the spread seem to be underestimating a team. Wizards were double digit underdogs twice last week and covered both easy winning against the thunder out right.
        To be the champs you got to beat the champs

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        • #5
          The only time I ever wagered on sports was with ProLine like 20+ years ago.. and that was with hockey.

          So a quick lesson for basically a noob here.. Raps are showing as -4.5 favourites against Orlando on ESPN (not sure where they get these from, but I assume some Vegas book). Let's say I think the Raps cover, what do I do (just as an example). Do I have to bet on a minimum number of games? And what are some typical minimum bids that you can place? Like can you do a $5 or $10 wager somewhere just to test the waters?

          Also what's a popular/reputable gambling site that takes Canadian funds?

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          • #6
            planetmars wrote: View Post
            The only time I ever wagered on sports was with ProLine like 20+ years ago.. and that was with hockey.

            So a quick lesson for basically a noob here.. Raps are showing as -4.5 favourites against Orlando on ESPN (not sure where they get these from, but I assume some Vegas book). Let's say I think the Raps cover, what do I do (just as an example). Do I have to bet on a minimum number of games? And what are some typical minimum bids that you can place? Like can you do a $5 or $10 wager somewhere just to test the waters?

            Also what's a popular/reputable gambling site that takes Canadian funds?
            Not sure how it works out east but here if your going through the gov. regulated gambler you have to bet a minimum 3 games which is ridiculous. Online is the way to go. Can bet single game, score at half, lots more options. And yes there isn't any minimum $ amount i don't bet big money usually just $10 bucks on a game. One thing is some site have a minimum amount you can withdraw usually have to have at least $100 in funds to withdraw. Bet365, Pinnacle and Sports Interaction are all sites that work for Canadians.
            To be the champs you got to beat the champs

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            • #7
              Raptors the biggest under dog of the day at +5.5. Hitting that raps have a chance to win out right
              To be the champs you got to beat the champs

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              • #8
                Bet365 is by far the best with the most random bets ... reminds me of that movie "Rat Race" where John Cleese would just bet on the most ridiculous things ... you can bet on the most arbitrary and random stats, like "Team with most 3's in a Quarter" or stuff like that with 365. Friend of mine makes an absolute killing with it.

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