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WINNING DAY # 5 IN A ROW!

30 DIME 
Winner # 4 in a Row

MLB Cheap Chalk of the Week
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24-14-2 run with ALL 30 Dime plays, including 3 in a row:
Rockets over Lakers (Thurs.)
Pelicans over Wizards (Fri.)
Rays over Yankees (Sun.)

4-0 L/4 DAYS (+130 DIMES)



18-9-2 NBA RUN 
SINCE CHRISTMAS DAY

(+242 DIMES)

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RECENT RESULTS

Sunday: 30 Dime - Rays (-115) over Yankees - WIN
Saturday: 40 Dime - Suns (-4) over Heat - WIN
Friday: 30 Dime - Pelicans (-8) over Wizards - WIN
Thursday: 30 Dime - Rockets (-3') over Lakers - WIN
Wednesday: 50 Dime - Astros RL (+105) over DBacks - Loss
Tuesday: 30 Dime - Rangers (+135) over A's - Loss
Monday: 40 Dime - Dodgers-Padres UNDER 8 runs - Loss
8/2: 30 Dime - Blazers (+4) over Celtics - Push
8/1: 30 Dime - Raptors (+2') over Lakers - WIN


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WINNING DAY # 5 IN A ROW!

30 DIME 
Winner # 4 in a Row

MLB Cheap Chalk of the Week
This game has not yet started

24-14-2 run with ALL 30 Dime plays,
including two in a row:
Rockets over Lakers (Thurs.)
Pelicans over Wizards (Fri.)
Rays over Yankees (Sun.)

4-0 L/4 DAYS (+130 DIMES)

$88

Fourth straight winning day in the books, as the Rays rallied from a 3-0 deficit with four runs in the final three innings to score the 4-3 walk-off victory over the Yankees.

 

Not gonna lie — I thought we were doomed when Tampa Bay starter Charlie Morton was forced to leave the game in the top of the third inning with an injury and the Rays trailing 1-0. When New York boosted that lead to 3-0 heading to the bottom of the seventh, I really thought we were screwed.

 

But that’s one thing you need to understand about the exhilarating (yet maddening) world of sports betting: When you’re running hot — and I’m running hot right now — breaks like the Rays’ rally on Sunday tend to fall your way.

 

Time to keep that positive mojo going Monday with my 30 Dime Winner # 4 in a Row. Once again, we’re going back to the baseball diamond for my Cheap Chalk Game of the Week. Put simply, there’s a seriously undervalued favorite on the MLB betting board today, and I’m jumping all over it.

 

You see the numbers: 24-14-2 run with all 30 Dime plays (including 3 in a row) … 4 straight winning days for a net profit of 130 Dimes. Jump on the D-Train now and enjoy the smooth ride to Profit Town!


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Stephen DeAngelo's Rating System

The dime rating system is so simple and easy to understand in terms of money-management. Look, my plays are rated on a 10 dime to 100 dime scale. A 20 dimer is twice as strong as a 10 dimer; a 30 dimer is three times as strong, etc., etc.

 

As for my ratings' strategy, the key for me is spotting bad numbers. The worse the number - as in the bigger discrepancy between what I think it should be and what it actually is in Vegas - the bigger the play.

 

Understand this: I am an opportunist. Whether I'm up or down, when I see an opportunity to make big money, I go for it. And if I'm on a roll, I'm pushing my chips into the middle of the table and taking a shot for a bigger payoff.

Who is Stephen DeAngelo?

Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and Handicappers who claim to win all the time.
 
Three figments of one's imagination. 
 
I'm a winner. I win consistently over the long term, but that does NOT mean I win every day and any handicapper who claims to do so is bullshitting you.
 
And when I'm winning I'm all in, pressing the action, going for the jugular.
 
I'm a no-nonsense guy who doesn't play games — other than those I'm betting. No excuses here; I never deal in "what ifs." When I'm wrong, I'll own it, 1000%. And then I move on, erasing the loss from my memory because tomorrow is another day, another chance to make money. That's the type of mentality you need to not only survive, but thrive as a gambler and a handicapper. And that mindset has carried me from the time I made my first bet in 1995 to selling picks to customers initially 2006. 
 
This is the ONLY place you will find my picks. I have no phone service, no other source of providing them to the public. So many guys in this industry sell multiple picks at multiple price points at multiple sites, plus have other plays via their phone rooms. Not me. This is it. One play a day. One best bet. 
 
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Complimentary Winner - NBA

Denver (+5') vs. LA Lakers, at Orlando

 

Sunday’s comp play on the Orioles ended up being a no-play, as the game was suspended in the sixth inning because of rain (sucks, too, because Baltimore was leading 5-2 and set to cash as a +210 dog). Still on a 15-8 run with these freebies, hitting four of the last five overall, including three straight in the NBA.

 

For Monday, it’s back to the pro hardwood as we’ll grab the points with the Nuggets against the Lakers. As you may recall, I’ve faded the Lakers twice since the NBA restarted its season and cashed easily both times, as LA got blown out by both Toronto (107-92) and Houston (113-97).

 

The Lakers followed up Thursday’s loss to the Rockets with another defeat Saturday, falling 116-111 to Indiana as a 5½-point favorite. LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Co. have now dropped three in a row and four of their last five and — most importantly from a betting perspective — they’ve cashed just once in six games in Orlando. And even that spread-cover was shaky (8-point win over Utah as a 6-point chalk).

 

Conversely, the Nuggets enter this one on a 3-1 SU and ATS roll. Granted, Denver needed overtime to secure two of those wins and covers (134-132 over Utah as a 1-point dog and 121-113 over Oklahoma City as a 5½-point dog), but Nuggets backers still got paid.

 

These teams met three times in nine weeks between Dec. 3 and Feb. 12, with the visitor getting the win and cover in all three (LA beat the Nuggets in Denver by scores of 105-96 and 120-116 in overtime, while the Nuggets prevailed 128-104 in Hollywood). So while the Lakers own the advantage in the win column, Denver owns the most impressive victory — in other words, these squads are pretty even to me, making the handful of points we’re getting tonight quite enticing.

 

Keep in mind, too, that since a scintillating 9-2 ATS run from Feb. 10-March 8, the Lakers have cashed just one time (the Utah game) in their last seven contests. They also have just two outright wins in those seven games.

 

As I noted the other day, something’s not right with this Lakers squad. And until I see signs of them turning things around, I see no reason not fade them when they’re laying points against a quality opponent, one that’s 22 games over .500 with a 46-24 record.


4♦ DEVNER

(On a 1♦ to 5♦ rating system)