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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 when I first started selling picks to customers in 2006. 
This is the ONLY place you will find my selections. 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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Both Colorado State and Fresno State are looking for rebound/turnaround seasons as both teams are trying to rebuild from last season's disappointing results - both teams going just 4-8 for the year. 

Included in those marks is a Rams 41-31 home win over the Bulldogs as the +13 1/2 point road underdogs, so Colorado State has that going for them coming into tonight's season opener for Steve Addazio. If the name sounds familiar, it should as Addazio used to coach at Boston College and is taking over for the fired Mike Bobo. 

There is some talent he is inheriting, including Pat O'Brien at quarterback and the senior did throw for over 2,800 yards and 13 touchdowns after taking over for the injured Collin Hill last year.

The Rams will also have a new defensive coordinator and will be switching their defensive scheme from a 3-4 to a 4-3. This will be Colorado State's first game as they were cancelled at New Mexico due to COVID last weekend. Once they shake off the rust from the long delay, I don't mind backing them as the small road chalk.

Fresno State also has a new head coach in Kalen DeBoer who will need to get a better effort from his junior quarterback Jake Haener as Haener and the Bulldogs saw an early 13-10 lead last weekend at home against Hawaii go bye-bye thanks to 3 interceptions and a lost fumble. Turnovers are a killer and those 4 led to a 34-19 setback to the Rainbow Warriors.

It's been a short week for the Bulldogs who will look to make a quick regroup in this spot and while the Rams have yet to see live action I feel confident in backing them minus this small number to repeat the series win they earned last year on this field.

Take Colorado State this Thursday in this Mountain West late-night tussle.


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