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75 DIME
Pac 12 Dead Mortal Lock

Washington at UCLA - 10:30 ET

MATCHES Thursday's 75 Dime Winner
Bengals (-4) by 12 over Dolphins



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75 DIME
Pac 12 Dead Mortal Lock

Washington at UCLA - 10:30 ET

MATCHES Thursday's 75 Dime Winner
Bengals (-4) by 12 over Dolphins
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OK, I have one! It's Time now to make it two in a row.

Last night a 75 Dime Winner cashing in on the Bengals covering against the Dolphins.

I feel I have another winner for you tonight.

75 DIME
Pac 12 Dead Mortal Lock

Washington at UCLA - 10:30 ET

MATCHES Thursday's 75 Dime Winner
Bengals (-4) by 12 over Dolphins

I have been diving into this weekend of football and feel I am sitting on a powder keg. Let's keep things rolling the right way with this Pac-12 winner from Pasadena.

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Bryan Rosica's Rating System

Units, Dollars, Stars, gold plays, platinum plays, blah, blah, blah.

OMG. I can hear those dinosaurs from the old 800 handicapper services with their New York accents screaming about betting every dollar you have on some guaranteed living lock that's supposedly "absolutely free" if you're among the first 5000 callers (as if they get 5000 callers in a year, let alone a day).

Just shoot me now. Who the f&%k cares about all that crap?

Making lines is tough, a brutal business that requires so much research. But that's not what I'm doing here. I just want to get you my plays in an easily understood system. So, here it goes:

The plays are rated from 10 dimes to 100 dimes.

A 50 dime play is twice as strong as a 25 dime play.

The rating scale is simply a unit of measure (i.e. worth) so you know how strong a play is to ME when I release it compared to others either previous or in the future.

How much you play is up to you. It's your bankroll. But I'm going to "manage" it if you follow my rating system. 

Who is Bryan Rosica?

Yes, I'm young. But if being "older" was a prerequisite to making money gambling, I guess every handicapper and gambler alike would be residing at an assisted senior living center.

In other words, just because a guy has been in this industry forever, doesn't mean he can make money. I've seen A LOT of old guys who consistently lose. Age is inconsequential.

I got into this business in college through a friend of my brother who was a bookmaker. I started part-time in school and went full-time right after graduating because the money was just too good. 

When I was 25, I had the opportunity to go to Costa Rica to work for one of the biggest offshore sportsbooks in the world as an oddsmaker. Taking action from gamblers and then setting the lines was a natural progression. But after 18 months of working nearly seven days a week for a tyrant and getting grossly UNDERPAID, I had enough.

Having been on the other side of the fence, seeing how gamblers frequently got manipulated and beaten by bad numbers - numbers that I had a hand in making - I decided to take a shot at beating the odds myself. 

Who better to beat the oddsmakers than a guy who used to help make the lines at a sportsbook?

There are bad lines every single day. Can you spot them? Probably not, otherwise you wouldn't be here at this site or reading this bio in the first place. Those games are what I'm looking for. They don't guarantee winners, but they win more often than not because bad lines are a bookmakers' dream and a gamblers' nightmare. 

Win or lose, you're going to get the straight scoop from me day after day. No BS. And that's the ONLY promise I'm going to make to you from day one.  

64 1/2 points (as I type my analysis) is a big total for this evening's Rose Bowl meeting between Washington and UCLA, but I am thinking that the Over is the way to go, as BOTH teams have been very offensive-minded in their opening quarter of the year.


The Huskies are averaging 44 points per game for the year, and have played ALL 4 of their games Over the total for first-year head coach Kalen DeBoer.


The Bruins are scoring 41.7 points per game this season, and have landed Over in their last pair and in 3 of their 4 games overall this season.


These teams did play last season in Seattle in a game the Bruins were able to win, 24-17 as the contest did hold well Under the total of 55 points the oddsmakers had placed on the contest.


Last year's Under did snap a stretch of 4 straight series Overs played between these Pac-12 rivals.


Going to look for the points to add up in this year's meeting in Pasadena.


Huskies-Bruins go High.


3♦ WASHINGTON-UCLA OVER
(On a 1♦ to 5♦ basis)