Any Giants Fans? Premium 5er on Super Bowl

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  1. BigJake6904

    BigJake6904 Fat Texan

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    Any Giants fans want to test their luck?

    Stakes are simple. Premium to super-premium 5er. Minimum cigar value of $10.

    No spread, straight up Win / Loss. My smokes are on the Patriots.
     
  2. Astrobeerman

    Astrobeerman New Member

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    Can we do anything else (bet).....like the coin toss......lol
     
  3. BigJake6904

    BigJake6904 Fat Texan

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    It might be more exciting to be honest...
     
  4. Set-In-Stone

    Set-In-Stone The Dude Abides

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    Jake,
    I really, really, really hope you win !!!

    That is all...
     
  5. Mo.

    Mo. Banned

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    This is a good bet people, someone take it.

    I would but already have two sets of elite sticks on this game (bet with spread and squares).
     
  6. drunkfish3

    drunkfish3 Abigail Rose - 2/19/09 5 lbs 1 oz XOXO Chester Gr

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    All right your on.
     
  7. ironpeddler

    ironpeddler Ye Old Newbie

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    I love how guys present a bet, taking the favorite, and make the statement..."No spread, straight up Win / Loss" :laugh:

    Patriots are -150 straight up....5 cigars to the takers 3 (plus a WoAM)?... :sign:
     
  8. BigJake6904

    BigJake6904 Fat Texan

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    Let's do it.


    To be honest, I don't really care about either team...all 3 of my teams got cut last weekend (Saints, Steelers, & Texans).
    And let's get real....the lines on the Super Bowl, just as in a huge rivalry game, don't mean much.
     
  9. ironpeddler

    ironpeddler Ye Old Newbie

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    ...then lay the 3 Jake :laugh:
     
  10. BigJake6904

    BigJake6904 Fat Texan

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    Fortunately, I've never been one much for giving into peer pressure. ;)

    :sign:
     
  11. knickerbocker

    knickerbocker Banned

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    I do not want to kill your action, but I've been sports betting seriously for six years and these type of wagers are frowned upon in the community. I guess it's okay if both parties do not know any better but it's typically not fair.

    If you are going to do this straight up, it should be your 5er to his 3.
     
  12. wasy

    wasy Active Member

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    Then why speak at all? The offer was clearly stated and no arms were twisted in the process.

    Classic case of read a little more and post less
     
  13. BigJake6904

    BigJake6904 Fat Texan

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    This. It's a friendly wager man, $50-$75ish tops. I stated the deal...he accepted, end of story.

    If I cared what the sports betting community thought, I would've asked.
     
  14. ironpeddler

    ironpeddler Ye Old Newbie

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    ....no arm twisting, just Ball Busting! :laugh:


    I have a little experience in that "community"...regardless of whatever the line is, if two people agree on the terms of a bet...it flies.

    End of conversation.
     
  15. Jonesy

    Jonesy Got Ink ?

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    Gotta love newbs imparting their wisdom, don't you! He stated his terms, if someone doesn't like them, they don't have to bet..... although I would want the points also.

    (I've been "sports betting seriously" a lot longer than you so that qualifies me as an expert!) ;)
     
  16. knickerbocker

    knickerbocker Banned

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    If this were true, I'd recognize who you are.
     
  17. tomthirtysix

    tomthirtysix Wishing I was as cool as Phil

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    You know every "serious" sports gambler? Do you know people who used to be "serious" sports gamblers, too?
     
  18. knickerbocker

    knickerbocker Banned

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    Your definition of serious and my definition of serious might be quite quite different. I'm talking about having models that track how the public bets certain games historically, having money on 15 different books so I can line shop, knowing what line shopping actually is, knowing how to have long term profitability off wong teasers, knowing the exact % off the top of my head in a split second to be successful on my bets at every single vig rate from -105 up to -280, tracking my bets meticulously, and doing analysis on my betting every six months to look for leaks and weaknesses, knowing who Mr. Wong is and why he is so important, know who the big syndicates are and where they are putting their money, know why betting non conference basketball games with teams not ranked in the top 25 is profitable because of market inefficiency.

    So yes, as someone who devotes that much time and energy to sports betting - I know all the people who are as serious as I am.
     
  19. bfreebern

    bfreebern Yada, Yada, Yada.

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    Spike, is that you?
     
  20. Franco593

    Franco593 Active Member

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    Is that Wong guys first name Spike?
     

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