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ANOTHER WINDFALL SATURDAY; EVERY TOP SERVICE PLAY SUNDAY IN NFL

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Here is your locked and loaded menu for Sunday, September 13, 2009

 

A newer service out of San Diego has recently qualified and become just one of two sports betting services ranked in the Top 10 in each and every sport: MLB, NCAAF, NCAAB, NFL, NBA, and overall. (Minimum 1,000 bets each sport and 5,000 overall). Their top play is a 1000-star Perfect Storm.  They continue to show his mettle, sweeping with BYU and the Georgia game over. Detroit/New Orleans side, NY Jets/Houston over/under

 

Service out of Chicago is No. 1 since 1992 in all sports combined. Yesterday they nail their only play on TCU. Miami/Atlanta side

 

The top money won handicapper in the 21st century is a handicapper out of Philadelphia who rates his plays 5, 7.5 and 10 stars. He is especially rewarding in professional sports, where his NFL and NBA combined units won is No. 1 all-time.  Kansas City/Baltimore side and over/under

 

An attorney/law professor/pro bettor turned pro bettor/professional handicapper out of Tri Cities, TN is best known for being the greatest SEC handicapper of all-time. However, he is also the top NFLX totals handicapper, based on all-time units won. Supreme Selections are his highest rated plays. His Supreme Selections are 16-5 and that includes one of the great preseasons ever. San Francisco/Arizona side

   

Free pick: Leo Getz NY Jets

Please note that plays released are generally not every play released by the service. We pass along ONLY the top rated plays from the top rated sports services in their highest rated sports. Even if a top ranked service has a highly rated play, we may cancel it’s re-release because of conflicting information from other top services.

Our rankings are based on:

Default category: Total net units won—how much money a service won based on one unit per play including the juice

Winning percentage—self explanatory, minimum of 50 plays in quoted category to quality for rankings

ROI—based on units risked versus units won ratio, minimum 50 units risked to qualify. This category also takes into consideration multiple unit picks

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