Sunday 6* Super Bowl side with 24 Indicators and 22-1, 12-0 and 40-6 Systems with one of the Most comprehensive analysis in the industry +props. NFL Top plays on a 20-6 run. Last season SB 6* cashed with the Giants. NBA Early 5* perfect system +4 Undefeated angles. NBA Wins big with Minnesota. In NCAAB there is a 15-1 Road warrior side.  Last night we cashed 3rd straight 6* with Big 12 Winner on Iowa St. Free NCAAB Play below.


On Sunday the free NCAAB Play is on Manhattan. Game 824 at 3:00 eastern. Manhattan has won and covered the last 3 times as a home favorite from 6.5 to -9. They are 4-0 ats with 1 or less day of rest and will face a St. Peters team that is 1-5 ats vs teams who average 65 or less points and 0-5 to the spread vs teams that are .500 or less. They play this one with home loss revenge. However they have not fared well of late in that role going 0-4 straight up and ats. They have also failed to cover 8 of 10 in conference games. So we will lay the points with Manhattan. On Sunday its the 6* Super Bowl Play with a Big Analysis that’s over 2 pages long and contains cutting edge material you wont find anywhere else. There are 24 indicators 3 are 22-1,12-0 and 40-6 Power systems. NFL Top plays have cashed 20 of 26 including both Championship games and we nailed the 6* last season on The Giants. NBA top plays keep rolling with an easy winner on Minnesota. Today we have an Early 5% Perfect system  side with 4 Never lost angles. In NCAAB We cashed our 3rd straight 6* with Big 12 winner on Iowa St. Today we have a 5* Road warrior side with a 15-1 angle. Contact at goldencontender@aol.com or at 646-269-5269 to Jump on and end your week big and see the Huge Super Bowl analysis. For the free play take Manhattan. GC

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Dirty has been an employee or owner of some of the top online sports gambling forums since 1998. He worked at EOG.com from it's inception until 2008 when he left and opened GamblingIQ and then in 2012 opened Handicappers Hidaway. He has written hundreds af articles over the years and always has his "Dirty Dozen" College Football poll up starting the first week of October.
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