Never. In. Doubt.
Those three words tell the entire story of yesterday’s 50 Dime winner on the 49ers, who landed punches early and often in the NFC Championship Game on the way to a blowout win (and easy spread-cover) over the Packers. There’s just nothing better than easy winners, and they don’t get much easier than that one!
With that 50 Dimer on San Francisco, I’ve now delivered four straight winning days, and those four winners that have netted 150 Dimes of profit—meaning $100 bettors are up $1,500 just since Thursday! Yep, the D-Train is absolutely rolling, and there’s no slowing down as we had back to the hardwood today for Winning Day #5 in a Row, Basketball Winner #4 in a Row (and #12 of 14) and 40 Dime College Hoops Winner #4 of 5, and it comes in Big 12 action as Texas visits West Virginia.
The results speak for themselves, my friends:
♦ 11-2 basketball run (college & NBA) for 278 Dimes. That includes three straight winners on BYU over San Diego (Thursday), the 76ers over the Bulls (Friday) and Maryland over Purdue (Saturday)
♦ 12-5 start to the college hoops season for 215 Dimes, including 7-2 with my last nine selections
♦ 18-7 run with all 30 Dime plays, including eight of the last nine and the last three in a row—and today’s Texas-West Virginia play is stronger
♦ 3-1 with 40 Dime college basketball plays, including Maryland on Saturday. This Texas-West Virginia play is just as strong
Bottom line: If you like making easy money, you need to be on the D-Train right now—and I’m not talking about purchasing a one-day ticket. Do yourself (and your bankroll) a favor and invest in a season-long pass right now!
I’ve nailed three of my last four complimentary plays, the latest being Sunday’s winner on Southern Illinois over Drake. For Monday’s freebie, we’ll turn our focus to the NBA and roll with the Jazz against the visiting Pacers.
Utah bounced back from Thursday’s tough 138-132 overtime loss at New Orleans with a 123-101 thrashing of the Kings on Saturday, easily cashing as a 9-point home chalk. Going all the way back to Dec. 11, the Jazz are 16-2 SU and 13-4-1 ATS, a run that includes seven straight wins at home (6-1 ATS).
Granted, the Jazz didn’t show up when they faced the Pacers in Indiana way back in late November, losing 121-102 (their third straight loss to the Pacers since the start of last season). But that was back when Utah was really struggling (the loss being part of a 2-6 slump). This time around, the Jazz are clearly trending in the right direction.
Another thing working Utah’s favor tonight: the schedule. Indiana, which beat the Nuggets in Denver last night for its fourth straight victory, is not only in a back-to-back spot, but this is the Pacers’ third game in four nights (and their fifth game in the last eight days—all of them played in a different city, as they went from Indiana to Minnesota back to Indiana to Denver and now to Utah).
Finally, Utah has been absolutely lighting up the scoreboard, tallying at least 118 points in six of its last seven games. That includes 128 and 132 against the Pelicans; 128 against the Knicks; 127 against the Wizards; and 123 against the Kings.