On Monday there are 3 Big selections up.  In the NFL we have 2 Perfect totals systems that apply to tonight’s Oakland at Denver game. In MLB we have the 5* Total of the Month from a system that averages an incredible 13 runs per game. There is also a Big Blowout system up. NFL moves to 40 games over .500 after this weekend and the Big 6* Sunday night totals winner. Free MLB Run line play below.

On Monday the Free MLB Run line system Play is on Texas at -1.5 runs. Game 966 at 8:05 eastern. Texas fits a solid system that has won 12 of 14 times and wins by 3 runs per game. We want to play on home favorites in this range that are off a road dog loss and had no errors, vs an opponent like the Astros that are off a road dog loss. Texas will look to get healthy vs an inept Houston team that has lost 10 straight and 14 of 16 vs Texas this season. Houston is 13-30 vs left handers and has lost 32 of 42 vs winning teams this year. Texas is 13-2 at home off a road loss and the Astors have lost 7 of 8 on the road off a road dog loss by 5 or more runs. Houston has J. Lyles on the mound and he has a 6.90 era in his last 3 starts and a 8,55 era vs Texas. The Rangers have D. Holland on the mound and he has won 4 of 5 vs Houston. Look for Texas to coast tonight. On Monday night we have 2 100% Totals system on Monday night football and the 5* MLB Total Of The Month from a Perfect system that averages 13 runs per game. Finally a Bog Blowout System that has Nt lost and Wins by over 3 runs per game and has Several Powerful Angles. NFL is now 40 games over. 500 the last 3+ seasons after cashing another Big day on Sunday. CONTACT at goldencontender@aol.com or at 646-269-5269 to  Jump on Now and start the week big. For the free play Take Texas on the run line at -1.5 runs. GC


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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