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IN-GAME
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Posted by benfranklinsports
Replies: 3

gambling can be such a trip at times, was going to just sit back and enjoy today w/no action because I liked the chalk but not the #'s but I ended up w/5 of the easiest in - game wagers I've had this yr...Saints + 16 1/2, Saints + 13 1/2, Steelers + 13 1/2, Steelers + 10 1/2 and Steelers over 60 1/2....I seem to be morphing into the in game wait and watch

Reply by Rob_Veno

Nice day BFS! If they're just sitting there like fish in a barrel, might as well capitalize on them

Reply by dr_boilermaker

You missed out on New England -5.5 in the 1Q!

Reply by usajason

Becoming a bigger in-game player myself.

I find if I like a under dog, I can get a few extra points almost every time., especially in the NBA. Basketball is such a game of runs, easy to get a better line in-game.

If I like a favorite I will still play pre-game line but will press my bet to a two unit play if I get a line that equates to a teaser line or better. Example pats -5.5. Vs Titans.

Anyone else have some in-game strategies?

Good luck



 
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