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GC: Ruby Tuesday NBA Extended Rest system

Tuesday card has Three 5* Unit NBA Plays all From Extended Rest systems that pertain to NBA Back from the Break games, One is the 17-1 Game of the Month, the other 2 Have Triple Perfect angles and the system. In NCAAB The lead is a 5* ACC Games with 10 Angles, 2 are perfect. NCAAB Top play cashes on Monday. Free NBA Play below.

 

 

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On Tuesday the free NBA Play is on the Milwaukee Bucks. Game 505 at 7:35 eastern. The Bucks have owned the Net going 13-0 straight up and to the spread in recent years,that sounds good but every novice on the planet will play them tonight based on that alone, while its nice that have had series domination, the main reason we are on them tonight is because home teams like the Nets, with 4 or more days rest since 1995 are 1-13 ats if they have less than 8 days rest and were home favorites of 4 or less in the game before the break and are now taking on a team that scored 90 or more at home in their last game. Exclusive material like that Is why were on the Bucks tonight. Not to mention Milwaukee is 5-1 ats on the road when the total is 195 to 200 and 9-3 at vs Atlantic Division teams. Brooklyn is 3-9 ats with revenge and has failed to win or cover both times this season with 3 or more days rest. Were Banging the Bucks tonight. On Tuesday there are 3 Big 5* NBA Back from the Break systems specific to games with 4+ days rest. One is the 17-1 NBA Game of the Month the Other 2 Have the system and Perfect Angles. In NCAAB we have the 5* ACC Power Play game with 10 angles and an RPI Indicator. Top Play in NCAAB Cashes on Monday.  Contact at goldencontender@aol.com or at 646-269-5269 toJump on Ruby Tuesday and cash out. For the free play take Milwaukee. GC

Dirty

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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