T.G.I.F MLB Power card has the American League Game of the Month from a 17-1 system with a Perfect subset and the Big MLB Blowout System that Wins by nearly 4 runs per game and a Perfect totals system that averages 12.7 runs per game.+ NCAAF. MLB has been on a Major roll. Free MLB System Play below.


On Friday the Free MLB Power system Play is on the Pittsburgh Pirates. Game 952 at 7:05 eastern. The Pirates are too high a favorite to unit rate but for a free play they do fit a solid 19-4 power system that we use direct from the database that plays on home favorites with a total that is 8 or less and are off a home favored win vs this team last night while scoring 4 or less runs with no more than 1 errors, vs an opponent off road dog loss that scored 2 or less runs and had 4 or less hits, like the Cubs last night. The Pirates took the opener of the series and should roll again here tonight against a Chicago team that has lost 15 of 18 as a road dog off a road loss when scoring 2 or less runs. The Pirates have the better pitching numbers with C. Morton over Chicago starter J. Arietta  who has a 7.36 road era. Look for the Pirates to take another. On Friday the T.G.I.F Power System card has 3 plays all from Perfect situations one is the American League Game of the Month, the other a 5* Blowout system that wins by nearly 4 runs per game and a perfect system total that averages 12..7 runs, all are league wide system that go back over 10 seasons. We even have a play in the Friday night college Football game. CONTACT at goldencontender@aol.com or at 646-269-5269 to Jump on now and Start the Weekend Big as we Continue to use material and Data you wont see any where else. For the free play take the Pittsburgh Pirates. 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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