How many outs do you need if your a sports bettor?

Tuesday we had two plays and went 0-1-1 as a sports bettor.

We had a 1 unit play on Syracuse +4 and got a push, and we had a 1/2 unit play on Penn State Under 134.5 and lost by 1/2 a point.

Tuesday is a good example of getting at least two lines to bet. One a “sharp” line and the other a book that moves with the public. A good example of a public book is Bovada.

You could of gotten Syracuse +5 On Bovada.

So instead of a 0-1-1 day yesterday you could have had a 1-0-1 day as there were a number of 135s out there on the under in Penn State.

Over the course of the season, this can add up substantially.

So do yourself a favor and make the effort of searching for two books to bet these games with.

So far today I have sent out no plays.

Good Luck Today

RickJ

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