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50 DIME
Mountain West Lock

Fresno State-Boise State - 4:00 ET



RECENT RECAP

12/2 - 80 Dime - Buffalo - Loss
12/1 - 50 Dime - New England Patriots (-130) - Loss
11/30 - 40 Dime - Michigan State (CB) - Loss
11/29 - 40 Dime - Michigan (CB) - Win
11/28 - 40 Dime - Sacramento Kings - Loss
11/27 - 75 Dime - Tennessee Titans - Loss
11/26 - 80 Dime - Kansas State - Win
11/25 - 60 Dime - Tulane (FB) - Win
11/24 - 75 Dime - Minnesota Vikings - Win
11/23 - 50 Dime - Butler (CB) - Loss
11/22 - 50 Dime - Phoenix Suns - Win


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Stephen DeAngelo's Rating System

The dime rating system is so simple and easy to understand in terms of money-management. Look, my plays are rated on a 10 dime to 100 dime scale. A 20 dimer is twice as strong as a 10 dimer; a 30 dimer is three times as strong, etc., etc.

 

As for my ratings' strategy, the key for me is spotting bad numbers. The worse the number - as in the bigger discrepancy between what I think it should be and what it actually is at a sportsbook - the bigger the play.

 

Understand this: I am an opportunist. Whether I'm up or down, when I see an opportunity to make big money, I go for it. And if I'm on a roll, I'm pushing my chips into the middle of the table and taking a shot for a bigger payoff.

Who is Stephen DeAngelo?

Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and Handicappers who claim to win all the time.
 
Three figments of one's imagination. 
 
I consider myself a winner. I did NOT say I win every day. Any handicapper who claims to do so is bullshitting you. Over the long term, however, I can turn a profit. That's my goal and I'm damn good at it. 
 
I'm a no-nonsense guy who doesn't play games — other than those to be bet. No excuses here; I never deal in "what ifs." When I'm wrong, I'll own it, 1000%. And then I move on, erasing the loss from my memory because tomorrow is another day, another chance to make money. That's the type of mentality you need to not only survive, but thrive as a gambler and a handicapper. And that mindset has carried me from the time I made my first bet in 1995 to when I first started selling picks to customers in 2006. 
 
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Complimentary Winner

Tonight go ahead and lay the lumber with Michigan as they take care of business against Purdue in the Big Ten Championship Game from Lucas Oil Stadium.

Last season Michigan came into this came fresh off their first win over Ohio State in many a year and some folks thought the Wolverines would be primed for a letdown in their game against Iowa.

That did not happen, as the Wolverines rolled to the 42-3 win over the Hawkeyes.

Tonight it is deja vu all over again as Michigan once again is fresh off a win over Ohio State and they know exactly how to prepare for this occasion having "been there, done that" in last year's title game.

Purdue has been able to close out their regular season with 3 wins in a row, but the Boilermakers' schedule has been littered with teams that do not possess the firepower or the defense the Wolverines will be packing tonight.

Michigan is going to methodically wear down Purdue tonight as this game gets away from the Boilermakers the longer the clock keeps ticking.

Lay it with the Wolverines.

3♦ MICHIGAN

(On a 1♦ to 5♦ rating system)