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Oct. 17: 50 Dime WINNER Over Yankees-Astros

Oct. 16: passed

Oct. 15: passed

Oct. 14: 75 Dime LOSER Over Packers-Lions

Oct. 13: 75 Dime WINNER Under Steelers-Chargers

Oct. 12: 75 Dime PUSH on Wyoming

Oct. 11: 25 Dime LOSER Over Nationals-Cardinals

Oct. 10: 25 Dime PUSH Over Rays-Astros

Oct. 9: 25 Dime WINNER Nationals (+155)

Oct. 8: passed

Oct. 7: 25 Dime WINNER on Rays (+125)

Oct. 6: 50 Dime LOSER on Chargers

Oct. 5: 50 Dime WINNER on Toledo
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Units, Dollars, Stars, gold plays, platinum plays, double-wager living locks, blah, blah, blah.
Who the F&%K cares about all that crap?
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.
Your wager for a 50 dime play should be twice as much as a 25 dime play.
Pretty damn simple, right?
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. That's where bankroll allocation comes into the equation. 
Let's say today it's an NFL Sunday and you have $100 to spend. That's it; not a penny more. And that $100 is the most you would bet on a game. Period. Now, if I have a 50 dime play, you're just betting $50 - not $100 - because my play isn't a max wager so your bet shouldn't be either.
Say I win on Sunday and Monday night your bankroll is now sitting at $150 and I come strong with a 100 dime max wager. Do you take all $150 and bet it? F&%K NO. Your max wager is $100. That's what you're playing because should I lose after the vig you're still walking away with $40 over the two days.
Will your max wager change eventually? It could. But only if I build your bankroll. You bet more when that bankroll grows; you bet less when it shrinks. It's all about money-management. And I will "manage" it if you follow my rating system. 

Who is Tony Weston?

I am a gambler, just like you.
But unlike you, I'm a handicapper, too.
That means my job is doing the research on teams, personnel and situations all designed to produces a profit over the long haul.
It's not a 9-to-5 job. Never has been. It's 7 days a week, 365 days a year, but no complaints from me because I love it. Been doing it since I was 23-years old and wouldn't do anything else.
It's more than just getting online and studying. Being here in Vegas you've got to keep your ear to the ground, talk to other gamblers and get tips along the way. You need to be able to spot bad lines and bad situations and be ready to pounce on those obvious linemakers' errors. Trust me, oddsmakers make mistakes daily, some big, some small, and they're waiting to be exploited and that's what I do best. 
Do I win all the time? Hell no. And anyone who says they do is a F&%King liar. This is a business about turning a profit over the long haul and that's what I'm best at, making money over the course of the month, the season, the year.

College Football

New Mexico at WYOMING (-19')


Going to Wyoming is never easy, so I'm going to lay the points with the Cowboys for my free pick on Saturday, against the New Mexico Lobos.

It's Homecoming in Laramie, and the Pokes are looking to inch closer to bowl eligibility while remaining in the hunt for a shot at landing in the Mountain West Championship.

The Cowboys offense ranks 17th in the nation with 235.0 yards per game, and comes in after rushing for 157 yards at San Diego State in a very tough loss. And while it's well below their average, keep in mind the Aztecs came into the game leading the nation in run defense at 52.0 yards per game.

Now they're going to run wild on the Lobos, whose defense ranks 128th in the nation, out of 130 Football Subdivision teams.

Truth be told, the Cowboys have shown tremendous balance on offense, with four rushers averaging more than 50 yards per game for the season. Quarterback Sean Chambers is Wyoming's top rusher with 71.7 yards per game, and he has nine different players who have caught a ball this season.

New Mexico, which has lost three-straight contests, doesn't have the personnel to contain the Cowboys, and certainly won't be able to adapt to the atmosphere during Homecoming on a chilly Saturday night. The Lobos allow 38.8 points per game, and it won't surprise me to see Wyoming put a 50-spot on the board.

Lay the home chalk.

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