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  1. #1 Service Plays Saturday 4/12/08 
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    Cincinnati Reds +$110............. Underdog Game of Year!! I will personally be having lunch with a few of these guys today and word has it, they will eat Snell for dinner tonight.. Unload!! GL and (thank me later)..
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    From the Source.... Take Washington Wizards -3 as his NBA Game of Year... Remember he just had his MLB one the other night that won. He is money on his big ones.. Other wagers are as follows.. Colorado Rockies +$135, Boston Red Sox -$160.... Gl... Huge day for me with these two big ones, jump on board and we will hopefully Big time. (CPAW YOU JUMP ON THESE MY FRIEND)
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    SATURDAY

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    FREE - Pirates and Kings
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    MIGHTY QUINN

    Mighty hit with the New York Rangers Friday night.

    Today it's the 76ers. The surplus is 605 sirignanos.
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    ARMVIN SPORTS

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    BOSTON at MONTREAL Under 5

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    WASHINGTON NATIONALS 161
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    FLA: LHP Andrew Miller (0-1, 12.91)
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    HOU: RHP Brandon Backe (0-1, 3.27)

    Verdict: Florida 4, Houston 8
    PLAY 1/2* UNIT (1%) ON HOUSTON -$130;
    PLAY 1/2* UNIT (1%) ON HOUSTON (-1.5) +$155
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    CAPPERS ACCESS

    Sat (MLB) Brewers
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    VEGAS EXPERTS

    Milwaukee Brewers at New York Mets
    Saturday, April 12th, 1:10 PM ET

    You have to grab Santana at this price whenever possible. The left-hander owns a remarkable 24-4 team start record if he did not walk a batter in his previous outing, not to mention a 54-16 TSR if he allowed two runs or less in the previous outing. Brewers bats have gone silent during this three-game losing skid scoring just seven runs total. Milwaukee is just 18-44 away from home if the total is between 7 and 8.5. We can't see them solving Santana on this day.

    Play on: NY Mets
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    Game: Minnesota Timberwolves at Memphis Grizzlies Apr 12 2008 8:05PM

    Prediction: Memphis Grizzlies

    Reason: Both team's have had disappointing season's and will be happy when the year is over with. The Timberwolves and Memphis both played road games last night and both won. The T'Wolves are 2-8 SU and 4-6 ATS in their last 10 games. The Grizzlies are 3-2 SU and ATS in their last 5 games. Minnesota is 1-6 ATS in their last 7 trips to Memphis. The Grizzlies are 4-1 SU and 5-0 ATS in the last 5 meetings between the clubs. Play on the Grizzlies -.
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    Sat Apr 12 '08 10:30p


    5 unit Best Bet
    Dallas -6.5
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    San Jose(under) 115
    2 units
    Los Angeles(over) 119
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    THE VEGAS STEAMLINE

    Take Detroit (Verlander) -135 over Chicago White Sox
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    Boston (62-16, 48-28-2 ATS) at Atlanta (36-42, 36-41-1)
    The Hawks continue their postseason push when they host the mighty Celtics, needing a victory to stay two games ahead of the Pacers for the eighth and final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. Atlanta bounced back from Tuesday?s costly 112-98 loss at Indiana with last night?s 116-104 rout at New York, easily covering as a 6?-point road chalk. The Hawks, who haven?t reached the playoffs since 1999, are 11-4 in their last 15 games (9-6 ATS), including 6-1 at home (4-3 ATS). Both Atlanta and Indiana have three games to play, but the Pacers hold the tiebreaker edge. Boston, which long ago clinched the Atlantic Division and the top seed in the Eastern Conference, blasted the Bucks 102-86 last night, barely covering as a 15-point home chalk. The Celtics are 8-1 in their last nine games (7-2 ATS), with the only loss being Wednesday?s 109-95 defeat at Washington. The Celtics have handled the Hawks twice this season, both times in Boston, winning 106-83 as a 9?-point favorite and 98-88, falling just shy as an 11?-point chalk. The home team is 4-0 in the last four meetings (3-1 ATS). Also, the underdog has cashed in six of the past nine clashes. Boston sports a bunch of positive ATS trends, including 15-5 overall, 46-19-1 on the road, 20-7 on Saturdays, 8-3 against the Eastern Conference and 27-10-1 when playing on back-to-back nights (12-5-1 ATS on back-to-backs this year). The lone negative: The C?s are 3-7 ATS in their last 10 against the Southeast Division Atlanta is 4-0 ATS in its last four on back-to-back nights, but just 3-6 ATS in its last nine as an underdog. The over is 4-1 in the last five series meetings in Atlanta, 11-4 in the Hawks? last 15 overall, 5-0 in the Hawks? last five at home and 7-3 in the Hawks? last 10 when playing on no rest. However, the under is 2-0 in the two head-to-head battles this season and 5-2 in Boston?s last seven overall.
    ATS ADVANTAGE: BOSTON



    Denver (48-31, 43-36 ATS) at Utah (52-27, 44-35 ATS)
    The Nuggets try to inch closer to a playoff berth when they invade EnergySolutions Arena, where the Jazz have lost just four times in 39 games all season. Denver scored a huge 114-105 win at Golden State as a four-point road underdog on Thursday, pulling a game ahead of the Warriors for the eighth and final Western Conference playoff spot. Both teams have three games to play. The Nuggets have followed up a 1-3 SU and a 1-4 ATS slump by winning and cashing in each of the last two contests. Going back to March 12, Denver is 11-5 SU and ATS, but just 5-4 (6-3 ATS) on the road during this stretch. Utah saw its four-game winning streak go by the wayside with Thursday?s 97-94 loss at Dallas. However, the playoff-bound Jazz cashed as a six-point underdog, improving to 7-1 ATS in their last eight, including five consecutive spread- covers. Denver won the first meeting between these teams this year 120-109 as a three-point home chalk, but Utah has come back to take the last two, prevailing 118-115 in overtime as a two-point road underdog and 132-105 as a six-point home favorite. The Jazz are 8-2 SU and ATS in the last 10 head-to-head tussles (4-1 SU and ATS at home), with the winner cashing in each of those contests. Finally, the favorite has gotten the money in 10 of the last 14 meetings. Not only are the Jazz 35-4 at home, they?re 27-12 ATS, including 5-0 ATS In the last five. Going back to last season, Jerry Sloan?s squad is 35-16-1 ATS on its home floor (all as a favorite). On the downside, Utah is 3-8 ATS in its last 11 on Saturday.
    The Nuggets are on ATS streaks of 6-2 on the road, 8-3 after a spread-cover and 9-3 when playing on one day of rest. However, they?ve failed to cash in four straight Saturday outings and they?re 16-35-1 ATS in their last 52 as an underdog of five to 10? points (4-10 ATS in that role this season). Denver has followed up a 24-8 ?over? streak by staying under the number in its last two, both on the road. In fact, the under is 4-2 in its last six on the highway. Also, Utah has stayed under the total in three straight games after going over in the previous five. However, the over is still 38-15 in Denver?s last 53 divisional battles, 6-0 overall in the last six clashes between these rivals and 6-1 in the last seven meetings in Salt Lake City.
    ATS ADVANTAGE: UTAH and OVER
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    I'm Following Just 2 Sources Today.................the Source From Philly And My Main Man You So Crazy,you So Crazy.........i'm Up Big Thanxs Goodness I Stayed Away From The Plays Yesterday I Don't Like To Play 5 Games........so I'm So Crazy ,i'm So Crazy Lets Make Money Today!!!!!!!!!
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    NATIONAL LEAGUE

    San Diego (6-5) at L.A. Dodgers (4-6)
    The Padres? Chris Young (1-0, 2.13 ERA) squares off against Derek Lowe (0-0, 2.25) for the second time in a week, this time at Dodger Stadium as these N.L. West rivals continue their three-game weekend series.
    San Diego outlasted Los Angeles 7-5 on Friday night, snapping a modest two-game losing skid. Meanwhile, the Dodgers, who got swept at Arizona earlier in the week, have now lost four straight games since starting the season 4-2. The Dodgers, who took two of three in San Diego last weekend, are still on a 4-2 run against the Padres dating to last year. Also, they?re 7-3 in Lowe?s last 10 outings, including 4-1 in his last five at home. On the downside, Joe Torre?s club is 5-16 in its last 21 games on Saturdays. Both Young and Lowe were outstanding in Sunday?s matchup in San Diego, with Lowe giving up two runs (one earned) on five hits with a walk and six strikeouts in six innings, while Young went seven innings, surrendering two runs on five hits with three walks and eight strikeouts. However, neither was around for the decision, as the Dodgers prevailed 3-2 in 10 innings. The Padres are 3-9 in Young?s last 12 starts overall, 0-6 in his last six on the road and 1-6 in his last seven against N.L. West foes. However, they?re 8-3 in his last 11 as an underdog. Young, who gave up one run on five hits in 5 2/3 innings of a 2-1 home win over the Astros in his debut, was a much different pitcher on the road last year (5-6, 4.52 ERA) than he was at home (4-2, 1.69). Not surprisingly, then, he was dominant in his one home start against the Dodgers in 2007 (seven scoreless innings, three hits allowed in a 1-0 win), and not as strong in two starts in L.A. (1-1, 6.75 ERA). For his career, Young is 1-2 despite a sterling 2.92 ERA in nine starts against the Dodgers (1-1, 4.05 ERA in L.A.). However, San Diego is 4-1 in Young?s five starts at Dodger Stadium. Lowe has given up just three earned runs on 14 hits and one walk with 10 strikeouts in his first two starts of 2008, going six innings in each outing. Last year, he went 6-6 with 3.51 ERA at home. Including Sunday?s outing, Lowe is 3-3 with a 2.98 ERA in 13 career starts against the Padres, giving up two earned runs or fewer in seven of his last 10 outings versus his rivals from the south. The last four times Lowe has faced San Diego at home, he?s posted a 1.84 ERA, but Los Angeles went just 2-2 in those contests. The under is 5-1 in Lowe?s last six starts overall and 8-0-1 in Young?s last nine on Saturdays. However, the over is 22-7-1 in San Diego?s last 30 road games (2-2 this year), and the over is 8-3 in the last 11 series meetings at Dodger Stadium.
    ATS ADVANTAGE: OVER



    AMERICAN LEAGUE

    N.Y. Yankees (6-5) at Boston (5-6)
    Josh Beckett (0-1, 9.64) makes his second start of the season, and his first at Fenway Park, when he leads the Red Sox against Mike Mussina (1-1, 3.09) and the Yankees in the middle game of this weekend set between hated rivals. Behind a masterful complete-game, two-hit performance from Chien-Ming Wang, New York took Friday?s series-opener 4-1 for its second straight win after going 1-4 in its last five. Also, the Yankees are now on a 7-1 in this rivalry, winning five of the last seven at Boston. Going back to 2006, New York is 12-5 in the last 17 clashes at Fenway.
    Boston has dropped five of its last seven overall and is 0-5 in its last five against the American League East and 0-5 in its last five against right-handed starters. Both teams have excelled on Saturdays recently, with the Yankees going 8-2 in the last 10 and Boston posting a 19-7 mark in its last 26. However, the Red Sox are on streaks of 20-9 at home (2-2 this year) and 36-17 as a favorite (4-5 this year), while New York is still only 6-11 in its last 17 as a ?dog. Beckett, who started the season on the disabled list because of back stiffness, got rocked for five runs on just three hits in 4 2/3 innings in his debut Sunday in Toronto, losing 7-4. Last year, Beckett went 9-5 with a 4.17 ERA in 17 starts at Fenway Park (not including playoffs), compared with 11-2, 2.18 ERA in 13 road outings.
    Beckett is 4-3 with a 6.56 ERA in his eight career starts against the Yankees, going 2-1 with a 4.39 ERA in four starts last year.
    After getting hit hard in his debut against the Blue Jays (four runs, eight hits in 5 2/3 innings of a 5-2 home loss), Mussina looked like his old self in Sunday?s 6-1 home win over the Rays, allowing just a run on two hits and one walk in six innings. Last year, Mussina went 4-5 with a 5.48 ERA in 14 starts on the highway. Mussina got pummeled in two starts against the Red Sox last year, allowing 12 runs on 19 hits in 11 2/3 innings, with the Yanks losing 7-3 at home and 11-6 at Fenway. For his career, the veteran right-hander is 19-15 with a 3.66 ERA in 52 starts versus Boston, including 10-7 with a 3.73 ERA at Fenway Park. Although last night?s contest stayed well under the total, the over is still 21-6 in the last 27 series meetings between these rivals, 6-2 in Beckett?s last eight starts versus New York (4-0 at home) and 5-2 in Mussina?s last seven outings against the Sox. Furthermore, the over is on streaks of 24-9-3 for the Yankees as an underdog, 9-3 for Mussina overall, 5-0 for Mussina as a road underdog, 13-3 for Boston on Saturday and 6-3 for Boston as a home favorite. Conversely, the Yankees have stayed under the total in seven straight overall.
    ATS ADVANTAGE: NONE
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    Arizona (Haren) - 140** over Colorado (Morales)


    Arizona enters on a seven game win streak including a 9-3 Haren home win over the Dodgers on 04/07, Haren allowing one earned run over six innings.

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    Cincinnati (Arroyo) + 105* over (at) Pittsburgh (Snell)


    Pittsburgh went 1-2 in two Snell home starts vs. Cincinnati last season, by a combined 21-4 in the two losses. The Reds are 6-3 last nine games at Pittsburgh.

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    Kansas City (Tomko) - 115* over Minnesota (Bonser)


    KC is 2-2 on the current home stand, the two wins coming over the Yankees. This pitching matchup faced off in Minnesota last week, Royals winning 3-1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhillyMan View Post
    Cincinnati Reds +$110............. Underdog Game of Year!! I will personally be having lunch with a few of these guys today and word has it, they will eat Snell for dinner tonight.. Unload!! GL and (thank me later)..
    I'LL THANK YOU NOW PHILLY
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    Game: Philadelphia 76ers vs. Washington Wizards 7:05 EST

    Prediction: Washington Wizards -4

    Grade: THREE-Star (rated 1 to 6 units)

    Reason: Washington is in a battle with Toronto and the 76ers for playoff positioning and they have both been playing well of late. With the return of Antawn Jamison who torched the Celtics on Wednesday for 27 points and the play of DeShawn Stevenson, Brendon Haywood and of course Caron Butler who is averaging 20.6 points per game we feel they have more than enough offense even if Arenas is unable to play to take down the 76ers here. They are coming off a game last night in Detroit but the Wizards have been somewhat successful playing in back-to-backs in the second game as long as they are at home. Washington also has an underrated bench which will benefit them here as they get the win and cover. Technical situations signal a formula for wagering success with Washington as well. The first says to Play On NBA favorites of 3.5 to 9.5 points revenging a straight up loss vs an opponent as a road favorite, with a team playing only their 2nd game in 5 days, 62-30 ATS since 2002. The second situation says to Play On NBA home favorites of 3.5 to 9.5 points after covering the spread by thirty or more points total in their last three games, during the second half of the season, 50-22 ATS since 2002. Combine our technical with our situational support and it points to a Wizards win and cover so lay the short price here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhillyMan View Post
    From the Source.... Take Washington Wizards -3 as his NBA Game of Year... Remember he just had his MLB one the other night that won. He is money on his big ones.. Other wagers are as follows.. Colorado Rockies +$135, Boston Red Sox -$160.... Gl... Huge day for me with these two big ones, jump on board and we will hopefully Big time. (CPAW YOU JUMP ON THESE MY FRIEND)

    I'm jumping on them my friend! if they win I'll be having a little surf & turf action tonight. I just hope our boy 2DIMES didn't put the whammy on it. GL! Never count the money until the fat lady sings I think is the old saying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Can'tPickaWinner View Post
    I'm jumping on them my friend! if they win I'll be having a little surf & turf action tonight. I just hope our boy 2DIMES didn't put the whammy on it. GL! Never count the money until the fat lady sings I think is the old saying.
    YOU HILARIOUS CPW I'M JUST WAITING FOR YOU SO CRAZY!!!!! THEN I'LL BE GOOONNNNNNEEEEE
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    Super Pick NY METS W/Santana

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    Free play Arizona D Back's
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    NASCAR: Subway 500

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    ats basketball lock club

    3units washington

    ats hockey lock club

    6units over dall-ana
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    Quote Originally Posted by scott tissue View Post
    ats basketball lock club

    3units washington

    ats hockey lock club

    6units over dall-ana

    ST, drop Wil the head mod a note with your email at therxforum@aol.com. I want to ask you a question.
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