Biggest Release of the Season Goes Again Today!!!
WINNING DAY # 51 of 82
$10 Bettors have made $12,320 in 81 days
+ MAX WAGER +
# 19 of 29
SEC Game of the Year
LSU-Arkansas, tip off 2 pm eastern
MATCHES Friday's 100 Dime Winner # 18 of 28
on Cincinnati (-6') by 20 over Tulane
MATCHES Thursday's 100 Dime Winner # 17 of 27
on Illinois over Nebraska
4-1 Run with 60 Dime College Basketball plays
and tonight is stronger
Feb. 26 - Cincinnati (100 Dime) WON
Feb. 25 - Illinois (100 Dime) WON
Gus Augustine's Rating System
My best bet is a 50K round-robin, quadruple, gazillion, bet your life's savings lock.
Are you f@%king kidding me?
This is really simple:
A 100-Dime play is my normal Max Wager.
That's the cream of the crop.
A 50-Dime play is worth 1/2 as much.
A 25-Dimer is worth 1/4 as much.
Now a rating system is only as good as your bankroll allocation, or money-management skills.
If you have a $100 to play today, and I have a 100 Dime play, then you should bet all $100 on it.
If I have a 50 Dimer, then you should wager just $50.
Let's take it a step further and talk about how you allocate your bankroll over the course of a week:
If you have $500 to wager for a week, then you divide by 7 days and that gives you around $70 (rounding down) as a daily max wager. So in this case, a 100 Dimer is worth $70 with a 50 Dimer being a $35 investment.
What happens if I win?
You can either pocket the profit or add to the pot, increasing the wager size.
What happens if I lose?
Your max wager remains the same initial $70 because you did the math and spread your bankroll across those 7 days to start the betting week.
Who Is Gus Augustine?
I would bet that I've been doing this longer than most of you have been gambling.
I turned 60 in 2020 and I've been a professional sports bettor and handicapper since I was 25-years-old.
How this business has changed over the years. Back in the day, I can remember turning on my TV Saturday and Sunday mornings and watching all these 800-number telephone touts pitching games with their endless "Absolutely Free" come-ons. Then it was the local 976-numbers, where guys were selling picks for as little as $3.00. That gave way to the 900-number craze where suddenly the same plays were being sold for up to $99 because phone companies were taking a cut of the pie. And then Al DeMarco, who I didn't know at the time, came along and created the online internet industry back in the late 1990's.
I've made my money over the years as an investor and my cultivating a group of players that has grown through referrals and my reputation. Guys drop out, naturally, whether they're winning or losing because that's the nature of the beast. But I made a nice living over the years because I did this every single day; I wasn't one of these bums who took a vacation after the Super Bowl or took the summer off after March Madness was over.
I love three things in life: my wife, any kind of pasta (much to the chagrin of my waistline) and making money. I tell anyone the first love I earned, the second I can buy and the third I've got to work my ass off for. But they're all worth it, and the payoff at end is what makes it all worthwhile.
Today's Complimentary Play
Washington at ARIZONA (-14)
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Lay the points with the Arizona Wildcats today against the Washington Huskies.
It took the entire season, but coach Sean Miller has to be pleased with the type of defense he's been looking for all season. In Thursday's 69-53 home win over Washington State, the Wildcats stymied the Cougars to a meager 31.7% shooting.
Terrell Brown was instrumental starting in place of injured freshman Kerr Kriisa, as he played his fill-in role well with seven points, eight assists, four blocks and only one turnover. More importantly, he shut down the reigning Pac-12 Player of the Week, Noah Williams, who scored a combined 72 points on Cal and Stanford last weekend, but shot a mere 2 for 15 and had eight points vs. Arizona.
It's the kind of stalwart defense Miller needs his team playing with the Pac 12 Tournament in Las Vegas fast approaching.
Washington shot a paltry 31.3% in Arizona's 80-53 win at Seattle on Dec. 31, and the Huskies haven't necessarily been much better since. The Huskies have the worst scoring defense in the Pac 12, and overall one of the worst defenses in the league.
Arizona needs a win here, to maintain its spot in fifth place in the Pac 12, and will carry the defensive effort from Thursday into today.
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