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30 DIME 
Winner #5 in a Row

Bengals at Raiders

4 straight 30 DIME winners:
Seahawks (Monday)
Arkansas - CBB (Tuesday)
Miami (Ohio) - CFB (Wednesday)
Marshal - CFB (Friday)


3-0 WITH NFL RELEASES (+110 Dimes)

11/10: Bills over Browns (40 Dime)
11/11: Seahawks over 49ers (30 Dime)
11/14: Steelers-Browns UNDER (40 Dime)


Saturday - 50 Dime - Navy - Loss
Friday - 30 Dime - Marshall - WIN
Thursday - 40 Dime - Steelers/Browns Over - WIN
Wednesday - 30 Dime - Miami of Ohio - WIN
Tuesday - 30 Dime - Arkansas (CBB) - WIN
Monday - 30 Dime - Seahawks - WIN
Sunday - 40 Dime - Bills (+3') - WIN
Saturday - 40 Dime - Baylor - WIN

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30 DIME 
Winner #5 in a Row

Bengals at Raiders

4 straight 30 DIME winners:
Seahawks (Monday)
Arkansas - CBB (Tuesday)
Miami (Ohio) - CFB (Wednesday)
Marshal - CFB (Friday)

+110 Dimes

7-1 RUN L/8 DAYS (+180 DIMES)

Throughout my decades in this business, I’ve always contended that if I’m going to lose a play, I’d rather lose in blowout fashion than, say, on the last play of the game. The former is simply much easier to swallow than the latter. Well, yesterday’s 50 Dime College Football Underdog of the Year on Navy definitely falls into the blowout category, as the Midshipmen came out sloppy against Notre Dame and got buried in South Bend.


Now, if you’re looking for me to apologize for misfiring badly on Navy, you’ve come to the wrong place. After all, I entered Saturday having delivered seven consecutive winners that netted 240 Dimes of profit. In you were with me for most or all of that seven-game winning streak, you’ve got nothing to complain about. If you didn’t jump on board till yesterday, well, that’s on you.


But enough about the past. Another NFL Sunday is upon us, and I’m releasing my 30 Dime Winner #5 in a Row on Bengals-Raiders. Only two things you need to know about this selection


·       I’m 3-for-3 in the NFL, netting 110 Dimes of profit

·       I’ve hit my last four 30 Dime selections—Seahawks over 49ers on Monday, Arkansas over North Texas in College Hoops on Tuesday, Miami (Ohio) over Bowling Green on Wednesday and Marshall over Louisiana Tech on Friday


Time to launch another winning streak—and deliver my eighth winner in the last nine days—as I hit this 30 Dime Winner #5 in a Row on Bengals-Raiders.

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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 selling picks to customers initially 2006. 
This is the ONLY place you will find my picks. 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. 
Welcome aboard the D-Train!

Complimentary Play - NFL

Vikings -10 vs. Broncos


For Sunday’s freebie in the NFL, we’ll take a shot with the Vikings as big home favorites against Denver.


I acknowledge that this is a potential flat spot for Minnesota, which is not only coming off last Sunday night’s impressive 28-24 victory at Dallas but this is the team’s final game before its long-awaited bye. Still, I’m confident the Vikings won’t have much trouble blowing out the Broncos here. That’s because with the exception of a 16-6 loss at Chicago in Week 4, Minnesota has throttled every inferior opponent it has faced this year: Home wins of 28-12 over the Falcons, 34-14 over the Raiders, 38-20 over the Eagles and 19-9 over the Redskins, and road triumphs of 28-10 over the Giants and 42-30 over the Lions.


The Broncos do come into this game fresh off their bye, which was preceded by a 24-19 home win over the Browns. They’re also 4-1 ATS in their last five (3-1 ATS as a dog). That said, Denver has faced only two teams this season that are the caliber of the Vikings, and the Broncos got whipped in both: 27-16 loss at Green Bay and 30-6 home loss to the Chiefs.


And while Denver QB Brandon Allen was respectable in his first career NFL start two weeks ago (12-for-20, 193 yards, 2 TDs, 0 INTs vs. Cleveland), he’s in unchartered territory here: first NFL road game against, in a raucous dome, against a top-tier defense that ranks in the top 8 in the league in points allowed (18.2, 5th), sacks (29, 8th) and forced turnovers (15, tied-5th).


Finally, while the Vikings do indeed have their bye on deck, history shows that’s not much of a concern: Minnesota has covered 10 straight games prior to their bye, and they’ve beaten the number by an average of 8 points!



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