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Teddy Covers Teddy Covers
I moved to Las Vegas to bet on sports as a full time professional in 1998, and I’ve been doing it successfully here in Sin City ever since.
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Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Apr 23, 2017
Giants vs Rockies
Rockies
+102 at BMaker
Won
$102
Play Type: Premium

Take Colorado (#958)

There’s no comparison between these two teams right now, regardless of preseason expectations.  Yes, the Giants came into April viewed as a potential World Series contender, while the Rockies were hoping to end a near-endless stream of sub-.500 campaigns that dates back to 2011.  Those expectations are one of two  reason that Colorado isn’t a clear favorite today in a matchup of two teams heading in opposite directions right now.

Make no mistake about it – the Giants are a mess right now.  They’re 3-8 on the highway as part of their 6-12 overall record.  Their lineup is ice cold, held to three runs or less five times in their last six games.  Nobody on the team has ten RBI’s yet.  They just lost their ace, Madison Bumgarner, to a long term injury, a real gut-punch for this squad.  And their bullpen is every bit as spotty as last year’s pen; a big part of the reason this team is just 1-6 in one run games.

Colorado is 7-0 in one run games, in large part due to an underrated and underappreciated bullpen , a bullpen that leads the NL with a 2.85 ERA in 60 innings of work and leads the majors with ten saves already.  This lineup is as potent as it gets, and, quite frankly, Bud Black has this team believing in a way they haven’t ‘believed’ in any recent season.

The other reason the Rockies aren’t chalk here is because of a perceived starting pitching edge for San Fran.  Yes, Jeff Samardjiza has pitched well at Coors Field in his career, but Kyle Freeland is a ‘bet-on’ hurler today against a Giants lineup that hasn’t seen him before.  Freeland wasn’t pleased with his last start: "In that last start, I think I was trying to put every single pitch into a soup can and just like hit a spot perfectly. That kind of worked against me at times, because (there were) a lot of deep counts, a lot of long at-bats, four walks."  His quote for today: “(I need to get back) to filling up the zone and attacking hitters.”  Right now, that’s a ‘bet-on’ strategy against the slumping Giants lineup.  Take the Rockies.

Matchup Selection W/L
NBA  |  Apr 23, 2017
Rockets vs Thunder
Rockets
+1 -105 at 5Dimes
Won
$100
Play Type: Premium

Take Houston (#511)

My clients and I cashed a winning bet with the Rockets plus the points on Friday Night.    OKC hit 55% from the field in that game and 47% from three point range.  Russell Westbrook had another triple double and FOUR of his teammates reached double digits in the scoring column including a ‘where the heck did that come from’ game from Taj Gibson, with his single highest scoring output since joining the team at the trading deadline.  OKC avoided turnovers, too, with only 11 for the entire game.  All five of their bench players scored at least five points, getting solid production from a very suspect unit.

In essence, the Thunder played about as well as they could play, and they still barely won the game, escaping with a two point victory.  Houston did not play anything resembling their ‘A’ game, finishing with a woeful 10 assists on 38 made buckets while shooting only 28% from three point range.  They still lost by only two, covering the spread in the process.  And now we’ve got the Rockets focused and hungry coming off a defeat; a mature enough team to recognize the ‘must win’ nature of this contest to keep them fresh for a deep postseason run.  No brainer here – better team, off a loss, catching points.  Take the Rockets.

SERVICE BIO

Some ‘cappers need a detailed biography.  Teddy doesn’t – a quick google search shows quite clearly how big of an impact this longtime Las Vegas professional has had in the sportsbetting world since moving to Vegas to become a full time bettor back in 1998. You can watch Teddy on Netflix during the week of the Super Bowl in the sportsbetting documentary ‘Life on the Line’. You can read about Teddy in the New York Times. You can read Teddy’s college basketball analysis on ESPN.com. Teddy talking NFL?  Check out Bloomberg TV!! Teddy talking March Madness?  How about on CBS! The list goes on and on.  Teddy gets the national publicity because he’s earned it; delivering a career filled with very satisfied clients…..