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aj_law
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« on: Jul 27, 2011 at 20:45 »

Easy money - UNDER Cincy 7.5.

All.  Day.  Long.
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« Reply #1 on: Jul 28, 2011 at 12:56 »

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Early leans:  Tampa Bay UNDER(8.5), Carolina UNDER(4.5), Washington UNDER(6.5), Houston OVER(Cool, Baltimore OVER(11)


OK with Carolina, Washington - they are a mess.  Tampa is iffy, but they might be going for the "Tampa is sexy pick that won't pan out" angle we saw for Cards and Bengals for years.

Houston to 9 wins?  Jax and Tenn will be bad, so maybe.

Don't like Balty bet - 12-4 is tough, although Cincy and Cleveland will help.

Agree easiest money is Cincy under 7.5.  I like Tennessee under 6.5 also - don't see Hasselbeck as answer, especially if Johnson has extended holdout.
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« Reply #2 on: Jul 28, 2011 at 13:52 »

Quick question aj.  I'll be in Vegas next week; if I place a bet, how do I collect when I'm back in NYC?
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« Reply #3 on: Jul 28, 2011 at 14:27 »

Quick question aj.  I'll be in Vegas next week; if I place a bet, how do I collect when I'm back in NYC?

You know, I'm not entirely sure.  Legally, I would think you have to present the ticket at the sportsbook to collect.  Or, maybe give it to someone you trust (HA!) to collect for you when you win...?  Fairly certain it has to be an in-person transaction and they won't process it via the mail or electronic means.

Following the passage of UIGEA, there are very few online sportsbooks still accepting online wagers from US citizens.  Bodog was probably the biggest that has held on the longest, but I think even they are leaving the US market at the end of 2011.

The gubmint thinks we need to be protected from ourselves...until they can regulate and tax the industry, of course.
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