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5 Of 6 Winning Weeks

5 Straight 100 Dime Winners

3 Straight 150 Dime Winners

+367 Dimes Of Net Profit Last 42 Days

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#5 IN A ROW DELIVERS AGAIN

100 Dime Winner
Carolina (+5 1/2) over Seattle

#4 In A Row Last Sunday
Colts (-3) 27-0 over Cincy

#3 In A Row Sunday 10/5
Niners (-4 1/2) 26-21 over Philly

#2 In A Row Sunday 9/28
Seattle (-5 1/2) 26-20 over Denver

#1 Saturday 9/20
Arkansas St (-2 1/2) 27-21 over Utah St


Here is what I told the world about the Panthers on Sunday:

All about the home dog stepping up and getting it done early today.

Off the 37-37 tie at Cincy two weeks ago the Panthers fell flat at Green Bay last week and they will be happy to be home.

At 3-3 they lead their division and already have solid wins over Detroit and Chicago on this field and I expect a quality effort from them today.

As the defending world champions travel cross country for this non-division battle, I have to question just how good they are as a team.

With exception of their first win of the year at home on Thursday night when they drilled the Packers, they have looked nothing like the team they were last year.

They went into San Diego in week 2 and got beat 30-21 as a 4 1/2 point road favorite, came home blowing a double digit 4th quarter lead to beat Denver in OT 26-20.

With momentum out of their bye week they do win on Monday night over the Redskins 27-17 covering the 7 but then their world has fallen apart.

In a 30-23 home loss to Dallas as 8 1/2 point home favorites, Russell Wilson threw a late pick and Percy Harvin went off behind closed doors.

Seattle trades him right before the Rams game and the Seahawks lose 28-26 as a 6 1/2 point road favorite.

Now they go on the road again without starting middle linebacker Bobby Wagner, who is out with a toe injury and he is a huge part of this Seattle defense.

The last 10 times the Carolina Panthers have faced an NFC West team off a double digit loss they are a perfect 10-0 ATS.  I am talking 10-0 here folks.

This has field goal game written all over it and I will gladly side with the home dog that I feel can shock the world and deliver the outright win.

I am on this home dog to bark loudly today.

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THE KING OF MONDAY NIGHT STRIKES AGAIN

Monday Night Winner #4 In A Row And #6 Out 7

Steelers (-3) 30-23 over Texans


Here is what I told the world about the Steelers Monday night:

Without question the right side of this game tonight is the home team.
 
Let's start with the QB play becuase I don't care how poorly the Steelers defense is playing, I don't trust Ryan Fitzpatrick as far as I can throw him.
 
For the year Fitz has thrown 6 INT's and he has fumbled 4 times so as you can see, he is error prone, which he has been for most of his career.
 
As for Big Ben, he is at his best when he has a running game and I truly believe he will have that tonight.
 
The Steelers rank 3rd in the NFL in yards per rush and 4th in rush yards per game and that bodes well facing a defense ranked in the bottom third at stopping it.
 
Houston comes in 23rd in the NFL at rush yards per game and 19th at yards per rush.
 
If you go on the road in the NFL and you have trouble stopping the run, you are in big trouble.
 
The Texans will be in big trouble tonight.
 
To the numbers:  Pittsburgh has won 15 straight home games on Monday night and are 9-0 ATS last 10 games laying 3 or less when coming off a double digit loss.
 
The river card:  The Steelers just allowed over 30 points at Cleveland last week which sets up for one of the most incredible trends I have found in recent weeks.
 
Pittsburgh is 13-0 ATS at home off a SU and ATS loss in division in which they alllowed 30 points or more.
 
Well, 13-0 is 13-0 anyway you slice it and I am not about to go against that tonight.  Simple as that.
 
Lay the wood and wait to collect. 

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100 DIME
#4 N A ROW

Colts (-3) 27-0 over Bengals

Here is what I told the world about the Colts last Sunday:

Sometimes the obvious play is the right one.

The hottest team in the NFL, the Indianapolis Colts,  roll out at home today against a Bengals team that can't get out of their own way right now.

With their best receiver out, do you really think Andy Dalton is going to out play Andrew Luck?  Not in my lifetime.

And how about a defense that couldn't stop a bunch of grandmothers in wheel chairs right now as well.

If the last 2 weeks have been a bad dream, today will be a nightmare.

They came out of their bye week getting absolutely punked on the highest level by Tom Brady at New England 43-17 and last week Cam Newton destroyed them for 37 in Cincinnati in the OT tie.

I'm sorry folks, but when you start giving up 37 points at home to the Carolina Panthers, you are not going to hold down the #1 offense in the NFL on the road.

All Andrew Luck has done is throw for a league leading 1,987 yards and 17 touchdowns as the Colts have won 4 in a row since opening up 0-2.

Oh how far this team has come since opening with a tough loss at Denver and at home to Philly.

It all started week 3 at Jacksonville when they went down and destroyed the Jags 44-17 as a 6 1/2 point road favorite.

At home in week 4, they blew out the Titans 41-17 as a 6 1/2 point favorite, followed by a 20-13 home win over the Ravens as a 3-point favorite overcoming 4 turnovers to get the cover.

And of course last week the big win at Houston 33-27 covering the -2 1/2 number.

This team is just to hot right now and it sure as hell isn't going to be Andy Dalton and the Bengals as the team that derails them, especially without A.J Green.

Cincinnati is heading down the wrong way on a one way street and the head on collision they are about to incur is with the Colts in Indy today.

Home favorites off a Thursday night win are 14-5 ATS and I look for that number to go to 15-5 after today.

Lastly, this is a rested Indy team catching a Bengals team off an OT tie taking to the road facing the hottest team in the NFL.

As I said at the top, if Andy Dalton out plays Andrew Luck and beats me today, so be it, but at this value number, I will force him to do it because my gut says it can't happen for 60 minutes.

Dalton is garbage and when the smoke clears, this is a blowout winner.  Just you wait and see.

All Colts all the time in this double digit winner today.
 
Note:  I think 27-0 speaks for itself. 

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Tale of the Tape

CURRENT WEEK 10/28 - 11/08

THURSDAY

20 Dime Louisville - Loss

Net for the day: -22 dimes

WEDNESDAY

20 Dime Royals - Loss

Net for the day: -28 dimes

TUESDAY

20 Dime Lakers - Loss

Net for the day: -22 dimes



SUPER BOWL RECORD

19-3-2 For My Career

2006
Pittsburgh (-4 1/2) over Seattle - WINNER

2007
Indy - over Bears - WINNER

2008
Giants (+11) over Giants - WINNER

2009
Arizona (+6 1/2) over Pittsburgh - WINNER

2010
Indy (-4 1/2) over New Orleans - Loss

2011
Pittsburgh (+3 1/2) over Green Bay - Loss

2012
Giants (+2 1/2) over Patriots - WINNER

2013
Ravens (+4 1/2) over San Francisco - WINNER

2014

Broncos (-2') vs. Seattle - Loss



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Time to get back on track this week.
 
20 Dime College Football Money Move
 
Going to get back on top with his Cincy-Tulane winner.

As for last night, give Florida State credit, they figured out a way to win and cover again.  Louisville had their shots and they just didn't get it done.

Listen, nobody can win every week.  I mean nobody and fact of the matter is I have won 5 of the last 6 weeks shows you just how consistently I have been the last 41 days.

+367 Dimes Of Net Profit The Last 42 Days

As for Sunday, I really don't need to say much that my 5th straight 100 dime winner doesn't say for me.
 
100 Dime Winner Carolina (+5 1/2) over Seattle
 
They should have won the game outright but it was a wire to wire cover nevertheless.

5 Straight 100 Dime Winners

3 Straight 150 Dime Winners

Both of those streaks may come into play this weekend.

The run I started March through June was just like this.  Hit one bad week right in the middle of it all and then took off again.

And that is exactly what I plan on doing again. 

Think about this:  I spent the better part of 3 months from March thru June winning in college hoops with underdogs and closed it out in the NBA playoffs as well..

UCONN in the national championship game. 4 Straight 75 Dime winners to close the tourney.  5 Straight Winners overall to close the tourney.

I kill it in the NBA playoffs going a perfect 3-0 with 150 Dime releases, go 4-1 in the NBA finals and the Final NBA Playoff Bankroll:

+636.5 Dimes Of Net Profit

That is what I did from the end of March through June.  Feels like an October thru January run coming on.

So I say to you again:  If you missed the March through June run and if you missed the last five 100 dime winners, then do yourself a favor and don't miss this week.  

I will bounce back and bounce back huge highlighted by the 100 dime winner #6 in a row Saturday and 150 dime winner #4 in a row Sunday!!

For now, let's just get this Friday night winner.

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My Rating System

My ratings system is pretty simple.  I personally play every game I release.  I truly believe it's not fair to my clients if I am not going to war with them too.  I keep it very basic so you will always know where I stand with wins and losses and current bankroll.
 
In February of 2006 I decided to reign in my ratings, generally going between 5 and 100 dimes to aide clients in money management. I have a responsibility to manage your bankroll. Of course I have no control over when customers become customers, but when I sense an opportunity to go for the jugular, I don't pass it up as long as I remain steadfast to my money management principles and bankroll allocation.


HOW TO USE THE DIME MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

 
Once again, money management is the key to winning, knowing what percentage of your bankroll to play on each release. But, first and foremost, always remember to never wager more than you can afford to lose. This is the single biggest problem gamblers make, and that's why I hammer this point home year after year because I feel it's my job to educate as well, no different than what a financial advisor would do for you when purchasing stocks or mutual funds.
 
You have two ways of looking at my ratings. The first is based on the amount of your maximum wager size. The second is based on the amount of your total bankroll.


Maximum Wager Size Rules

 
Let's say your maximum wager size is $200. Well, if I release a 100 dime play, then it should be a $200 wager.  If I release a 30 dime play, it should be a $60 wager. Taking it one step further, if I release a 50 dime pick, it should be a $100 wager.
 
 
Total Bankroll Size Rules
 
In this scenario, let's say your total bankroll for a day (the amount you can afford to lose in a worst-case situation) is $500.
 
On this day, I have a 50 Dime release, a pair of 20 dime plays, and two more 5 dime picks. Add those up and you'll see I have 100 dimes of TOTAL action.
 
Now, take the $500 bankroll and divide it by 100 dimes. The math shows you each dime is worth $5.
 
So, a 50 dime play is worth 50 x $5 which equals $250 dollars from your original $500 bankroll.
 
The two 20 dimes plays are each worth $100 each (remember $5 x 20 dimes).
 
The 5 Dime plays are each worth $25 (remember $5 x 5 dimes).
 
Do the math...$250 + $100 + $100 + $25 + $25 = $500.50 (which was your original bankroll)
 
 
Total Bankroll Size Rules for Long-Term Players
 
Obviously, the key here is YOU have to decide what portion of your bankroll you can afford to lose each betting day for the length of your package. Call it "bankroll rationing" if you will.
 
Maybe you like betting the NFL more than college. Then, in this case, you'd want to allocate more to Sunday's card than Saturday's. 
 
The bottom line is you want to have action throughout the length of the package, whether it be 7, 30, 60 or 100 days. So, it's up to YOU to decide how much action you want on given days and on particular sports.

Who is Brandon Lang?

Where do I start?  Let's just say Hollywood would not have made a movie based on my life in the sports gambling business if I weren't a winner!

 

"Two For The Money" is all about me, the very guy who made his clients a fortune last year and will be making you money this year.

 

Al Pacino plays my boss, Renee Russo plays his wife and Matthew McConaughey plays me.  The film, "Two For The Money", debuted in theaters in October of 2005 and is widely available on DVD.

 

I was born in Midland, Michigan in 1963. Sports was always my first love and I was a great athlete in high school, lettering in two sports, but my dreams of playing college ball were cut short by a knee injury.

 

With my playing days over, I decided to see the world by joining the Navy in 1981, getting stationed aboard the Battleship New Jersey, where I eventually became the youngest sailor to ever qualify as a master helmsman in the ship’s history.

 

After being honorably discharged in 1984, I traveled the world for three more years before ending up in Las Vegas in 1987. It was there I entered the sports handicapping industry, building my reputation by validating my opinion to customers worldwide. The daily highs and lows of competing against the Vegas oddsmakers filled the void left by the end of my basketball career.

 

In 1989, I joined a nationally-known sports service based on the East Coast and immediately embarked on one of the most historic winning streaks ever witnessed in the handicapping world. After an incredible six-year run, I just had a feeling my life story would make a fascinating movie. But, with that decision came the realization that my dream would only be fulfilled by leaving the business.

 

Despite sitting atop the handicapping world, I abandoned the industry in 1996, moving to Los Angeles in order to turn my movie aspirations into a reality. I networked my way in as a caddy at the prestigious Riviera Country Club, knowing the job would eventually put me in touch with a director, writer, or producer that could take my dream to the silver screen. After caddying for the likes of President Clinton, Jack Nicholson, and Tom Cruise, along came Dan Gilroy, whom I pitched the movie idea of a lifetime after he made a fifth-foot putt. Six years later, with Matthew McConaughey playing Brandon Lang, "Two For The Money" was born.

 

A funny thing happened along the way though. I had a movie about my life in production, but something was missing. It was this business. The emotion, the adrenaline rush you get every football weekend with it all coming down to the Monday Night Game. No other feeling in the world can compare to that I get from knowing people are betting hundreds of thousands of dollars on my opinion, and then having me come through in the clutch when nobody else could.

 

With the movie deal wrapped up, I returned to the business, making my online debut in August of 2004.

 

This was my home until April of 2010. Then, I made a mistake by abandoning this site. I went elsewhere and sold my plays mainly online but also through a telephone service. I'm man enough to say I made a mistake and at the start of 2011 I returned to my real home - the ONLY place you can get ALL my plays, right here at BrandonLang.com.

 

No more phone service. No other sites. Just here at BrandonLang.com.

 

Here at my website, it's just me and you. I'm forced to validate my opinion everyday I release a big play. I win, and you're happy. I lose too often, and you're gone. But, at the end of the day, it's just me and you. No salesmen, no cons, no strings attached.

 

Understand something right now:  I am not going to win every game, every week or every month.  But, I can put you on the right side of more games that you've ever been on in your gambling life, and by doing that, you will make money.

 

By the way, if you're curious about whether my record is legitimate, let me assure you it is, and let me explain why: You see I offer long-term packages of 7, 30, 60 and 100 days. Anyone who buys a package gets EVERY play I release, day in, day out. Now, if I lied, even once, how many customers do you think I'd have remaining?

 

See, that's the beauty of the Internet. I don't need some phony monitoring service to document my wins and losses. Instead, you - my customers - do that for me. You validate my opinion and assure my credibility. And that's why we're a team.

 

Yes, the movie was intoxicating. I mean, who wouldn't want to have a major motion picture made about their life? And the countless radio and TV interviews, are incredible too. But, no matter how much I tell you about what Hollywood is like, remember that my focus remains on doing what I do best, and that's making people money. 

 

Listen, they only make movies about winners - and that's me!

 

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NFL - Week #9 (Byes: Atlanta, Buffalo, Chicago, Detroit, Green Bay, Tenn) Sunday, November 02, 2014
1:00 PM 451 San Diego
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4:05 PM 465 St. Louis
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4:25 PM 467 Denver
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8:30 PM 471 Baltimore
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NFL Monday, November 03, 2014
8:30 PM 473 Indianapolis
474 Ny Giants
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