Statmaven's System Applies Again, Eason Another 10* and Staff Purchase Play


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Statmaven Sports is No. 1 all-time on as far as plays that have risen to the level to be re-released. Rankings trace back to the 976-LOCK scorephone days through the SuperLockLine and are all-sports combined. In other words, their highest rated plays have proven since 1980 to be as good as any sports service. Their top totals system in all of sports is an NBA system. It’s winning percentage is 71.0 percent and it’s +162.7 units including a 4-0 sweep in the playoffs so far. You know it’s legit because you got it right here. Get another today

Staff Purchase Play, this is when we pay a major sports service to release a major play before the sports service itself does. Major name handicapper is spending nearly $30,000 with a national radio advertising blitz with the NBA Game of the Year going tonight Phoenix/San Antonio. We have it before they release it to their clients at around 6:00 EST.

The Coach Potato is the premier television handicapper in the world. In 1988 after having success as a handicapper, investing 70-plus hours per week, he opted to streamline and concentrate on only national TV games. His efficiency has paid off hitting at least 58 % in college and pro football and basketball. All plays are rated equally. 2-0 in the NBA playoffs, get Dallas/New Orleans side

Bo Eason is the No. 2 ranked handicapper all sports combined since 1990 but he is the No. 1 all-time NBA postseason handicapper! His 10*s have turned a profit in every sport (college and pro counted separately) literally ever year since 1990. You got his 1st 10* of the NBA postseason (18-4 last year!) Sunday on Orlando to make it 19-4 the last two years. None last night, but get his second this season tonight Toronto/Orlando

Sports service that is on a 15-4 MLB run has their MLB Steam Game of the Month

Mike “the Toe” Crow is the top technical handicapper of all time. Get his Triple Perfect MLB Game of the Month. This means he has three different perfect angles

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