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MLB Handicapper Free Play: Milwaukee Brewers at Cincinnati Reds

07.03.2015     09:30 AM     ICC     Printer Friendly
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Milwaukee (Fiers) at Cincinnati (Lorenzen) -115 O/U 8
Recommendation: Over


My clients and I have cashed two straight games over the total involving the Milwaukee Brewers. The Brewers are red hot right now especially at the plate where they have cranked out 45 runs in their last 7 games (6.43 per game). They get to face Michael Lorenzen of the Cincinnati Reds for the second time this season after he allowed 3 runs on 8 hits in 5 innings back in April. Adam Lind, Ryan Braun and Aramis Ramirez all had good success against Lorenzen in the prior meeting and all are swinging hot bats at the moment so this could be a rough night for the rookie. Walks have been a problem with Lorenzen issuing 33 free passes in 61.1 innings this season. On the flip side, there isn’t much negative to say about Mike Fiers of the Brewers who has really learned how to pitch and command the strike zone. However, this is simply not a very good venue to pitch for Fiers considering his ground ball rate stands at a rather low 38.5% this season. Fiers was hit hard in his lone previous start against the Reds back in April when he allowed 8 runs on 6 hits in just 4 innings of work Read more



Tags: MLB Milwaukee Brewers Cincinnati Reds Ian Cameron




IRS seeks tax form on winnings of $600

07.02.2015     08:01 AM     Printer Friendly
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Filling out a tax form when you hit a royal flush on a video poker machine is mildly annoying. It's about to get worse. The IRS is proposing that the winnings limit be dropped from its current mark of $1200 to a mere $600.


"I think it would have a big effect on the overall experience for slot players, as it's very common to have jackpots over $600, and now they'll actually have to stop play and wait for the attendant to come over," said Chad Beynon, who covers gaming stocks for Macquarie.

"That does a few things. First of all, it's just a pause in the game that causes people to lose their momentum and maybe decide to go home," he added. "Second, people want to walk away after what they consider to be a big jackpot, and whereas before they would have played a couple more hours and not left until they hit a bigger jackpot, this is kind of the government telling you that you just won a lot of money."






Tags: Las Vegas




Georgia student busted for bookmaking operation

06.30.2015     09:23 AM     Printer Friendly
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"Dad, I need some help. So I got pinched for booking. Yeah, we were making a killing -- these clowns have no idea how to bet. Oh, and another thing. I may of had some coke on me when they kicked down my door. Don't worry, just wire me $5K so I can post bail. We should probably keep this from mom, no? Dad? Hello? You're breaking up. Shit."









MLB Handicapping: Shadows and sun give San Francisco home edge

06.24.2015     07:53 AM     Printer Friendly
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Interesting article courtesy of FanGraphs on San Francisco's home field/day time/first inning advantage. Thursday’s game against San Diego is slated to start at 12:45 pm PT.


“During batting practice, it’s really bright,” said Venable. “Those empty bleachers are so bright, and the sun is setting behind you, so the light is pointing right at those seats. It can happen some in the first inning, too. I’m glad when I’m not leading off here. These parks are so great and professional, it’s not that big a deal, but you do notice when something is only a tiny bit off.”






Tags: MLB San Francisco Giants




Teddy Covers' Las Vegas Wiseguy Report: NFL Mini-Camp Betting News

06.22.2015     01:34 PM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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All 32 NFL teams have concluded their OTA’s (organized team activities) and mini-camps over the past few weeks.  There’s nothing else on the horizon for the NFL before the start of training camps in mid-July.  Therefore, it’s time for bettors and fans alike to fixate on the news trickling out of those mini-camps over the last few weeks.  Here are half a dozen such reports, with teams listed in alphabetical order and information coming from local sources.

Arizona Cardinals - Arizona was an elite team with Carson Palmer behind center last year.  When Palmer got hurt, they were still a pretty good team until Drew Stanton got hurt as well.  Once Arizona was down to a third stringer at quarterback, the back end of the season was ugly as they closed out with a 2-5 stretch, culminating in a blowout to Carolina in the Wild Card Round of the playoffs.

Both Palmer and Stanton fully participated in mini-camp, with Palmer entering the new season as the clear starter, even at 35 years old and coming off his second ACL surgery.  Palmer wowed observers at mini-camp, looking extremely sharp in 11-on-11 Read more



Tags: NFL Arizona Cardinals Atlanta Falcons Buffalo Bills Houston Texans San Diego Chargers Tennessee Titans Teddy Covers




MLB Gambling: Boston's Rodriguez back on hill after sub-par outing

06.19.2015     08:34 AM     Printer Friendly
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Boston's stud rookie Eduardo Rodriguez finally got smacked around some as he allowed nine runs in 4.2 innings last time out against the Blue Jays. However, his performance may not have been as bad as what showed up on the stat line. The matchup wasn't ideal to begin with but there were a few bloop singles, bad defense, and a pop-up lost in the sun. Basically it was wheelhouse Red Sox baseball. Rodriguez takes the hill tonight in Kansas City as a +115 underdog.


“The way that team’s playing right now, everything’s falling their way,” Red Sox catcher Blake Swihart said of the Blue Jays, who tied a franchise record with their 11th consecutive win. “There were a bunch of bloop singles, a broken-bat single. During that (fourth inning), there was one ball that was hit hard, and that was (Ryan Goins’) home run. … (Rodriguez) was making his pitches. That’s just the way baseball is right now for those guys.”






Tags: MLB Boston Red Sox Toronto Blue Jays Kansas City Royals




MLB Handicapper Free Play: San Francisco Giants at Seattle Mariners

06.18.2015     10:24 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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San Francisco (Vogelsong) at Seattle (Montgomery) -140 O/U 7.5
Recommendation: Seattle


The Giants lineup is ice cold once again.  They were shut out last night, the fifth time in their last six games that San Francisco has been held to two runs or less.  We saw similar offensive struggles for the Giants when lineup sparkplug Hunter Pence was on the DL in April.  His second trip to the DL has been equally disastrous for this slumping lineup.  And with Aoki slumping at the top of the batting order as well, we can expect continued struggles for the Giants offensively.

That’s bad news against an unfamiliar lefty, as Mike Montgomery takes the hill for Seattle today.  Each of Montgomery’s first three big league starts has been strong, allowing only four runs in 19 innings of work.  The former first round pick was dealt to Seattle this past offseason; a guy who ranked among the Top 20 prospects in baseball earlier in his minor league career.  Behind him, Seattle’s bullpen is rested and ready following another gem from King Felix last night.

And it’s not hard to make a case for Read more



Tags: MLB San Francisco Giants Seattle Mariners Teddy Covers




MLB Handicapping: Injuries be damned as Rays sit atop AL East

06.18.2015     09:49 AM     Printer Friendly
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The American League East is a jumbled mess with four team all within two games of one another. But at the top of the heap is the Tampa Bay Rays (+6 units) who despite a litany of key injuries, continue to play great baseball. What should worry the rest of the division is a number of their injured players are expected to return at some point. The Rays sport the second-best ERA in the AL at 3.39 despite having what we would consider four above average starters currently on the shelf -- two of which haven't even thrown a pitch this season.

Alex Cobb - Tommy John, out for the season.

Matt Moore - Currently rehabbing after last year's Tommy John surgery. Owns a career ERA of 3.53 in 347 IP.

Desmond Jennings - Not much with the bat but a plus defender, Jennings (knee surgery) has played in only 18 games.

Drew Smyly - Made three starts (2.70 ERA) but shoulder problems put in on the DL. There's a chance he'll return after the All-Star break.

James Loney - Loney's been out since late May with a bum finger. Last season, he batted .290 with 69 RBI. This season, he's played in only 30 games.

Jake Odorizzi - Posted a 2.47 ERA in 12 Read more



Tags: MLB Tampa Bay Rays




Teddy Covers' Las Vegas Wiseguy Report: The Curious Case of the Philadelphia Eagles

06.15.2015     09:24 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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It’s not hard to predict which NFL teams are going to be the betting favorites coming into the campaign.  Look no further than the NFL Season Win Totals markets.  Just about all of the top teams – teams lined at nine wins or higher – have one commonality.  In a quarterback’s league, they all have top tier quarterbacks.

Baltimore has Joe Flacco.  Dallas has Tony Romo.  Denver has Peyton Manning.  Green Bay has Aaron Rodgers.  Indianapolis has Andrew Luck.  New England has Tom Brady.  New Orleans has Drew Brees.  Seattle has Russell Wilson.  That’s eight of the ten teams that are lined at 9 wins or higher this year; all squad with elite level quarterbacks.  Miami, with the promising Ryan Tannehill firmly entrenched as the starting QB, is lined at nine wins in many locations as well (8.5 with juice to the over in others).

And then there’s Philadelphia, lined at 9.5 wins in most locations.  The Eagles have Sam Bradford and Mark Sanchez battling for the starting job.  With Bradford – their big offseason pickup and the former #1 overall draft choice from 2010 Read more



Tags: NFL Philadelphia Eagles Teddy Covers




MLB Handicapper Free Play: Cincinnati Reds at Chicago Cubs

06.11.2015     10:30 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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Cincinnati (Lorenzen) at Chicago (Wada) -145 O/U 7.5
Recommendation: Over


I don’t trust Cubs starter Tsuyoshi Wada; still winless through his first four starts.  Wada hasn’t finished the sixth inning in any of those outings, and he’s coming off a particularly poor showing in Washington, allowing eleven baserunners while recording only eleven outs against the Nationals.  The Reds lineup is in their best current form of the season, scoring four runs or more in twelve of their last thirteen ballgames, including 22 runs over their last three ballgames. Even with Zack Cosart on the DL and Billy Hamilton a question mark for tonight – hence the move towards the Under in early betting action this morning – the Reds are still primed to put some crooked numbers on the scoreboard at Wrigley this evening.  And let’s not forget that the Cubs spotty bullpen behind Wada; certainly not a unit of strength against the Reds hot hitting bats. Cincinnati’s bullpen in front of closer Aroldis Chapman has actually pitched fairly well over the last week.  But this hasn’t been a reliable pen for any extended Read more



Tags: MLB Cincinnati Reds Chicago Cubs Teddy Covers



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