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Big Play Dominance Rolls On!

CE Manager 7 hours, 3 minutes ago
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There are a number of factors that determine a handicapper's profitability: number of plays per day, unit rating scale, playing favorites vs. dogs and totals vs. spreads, the list goes on. However, the most telling sign of a successful capper is their proficiency in cashing the big money picks. This is what separates the Covers Experts from the rest of the field, as their ability to lock down the monster winners is nothing short of amazing. Take a look at these epic runs with 10* plays:

 

Ben Burns: 30-12 run w/10* plays, $13,770 earned

- Get Ben's 10* Blue Chip Super Total for today's strongest O/U.

 

Larry Ness: 20-9 run w/10* plays, $10,310 earned

- Pick up Larry's 10* Situational Stunner for a play backed by an 80% trend.

 

AAA Sports: 17-9 run w/10* plays, $6,410 earned

- Grab Art's "Signature" Art of War play and crush your book.

 

Marc Lawrence: 12-5 run w/10* plays, $6,110 earned

- Make sure Marc's 10* Top of the Ticket play is #1 on your card.

 

Experts Consensus: 17-9 run w/10* plays, $4,940 earned

- Take advantage of the Consensus Monthly Pass and get every 10* winner.

 

To view all available top rated Thursday MLB picks, click here.

 

Covers Experts is your home for big play dominance. Jump on board and take it to the books!

 

- The Covers Team

This week's best spot bets

CE Manager 10 hours, 59 minutes ago
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Spot bets are classic handicapping practices that have proven profitable no matter what sport you're betting. Whether it's a team looking past this week's opponent, one coming off a hard-fought victory, or a rough patch of schedule, bettors can find value picking their spots. Covers Expert Ben Burns points out his favorites:

Lookahead spot

The Toronto Argonauts have been wandering the CFL landscape for six weeks now, including this Monday’s road trip to Hamilton to play the rival Ti-Cats. Thanks to the Pan Am Games taking over the Rogers Centre for the past month, the Argos play their first five games away from home, starting with a “home” game in Fort McMurray, Alberta against the Eskimos in Week 1 then trips to Saskatchewan, Calgary, and British Columbia.

Road-weary Toronto wraps this grueling stretch of sked in Hamilton, with the welcoming domed confines of the “Sky Dome” just one week away. The Argonauts have been a solid wager, covering in each of those first four games, but could get caught looking ahead to a long-awaited home opener versus the Rough Riders the following Saturday. Books have Toronto set as a 4-point pup in Hamilton this Monday.

Letdown spot

The Alabama Crimson Tide aren’t wasting any time getting into the college football playoff mix, facing Wisconsin inside AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas in Week 1 of the season. Books have the Tide set as 10.5-point favorites for that opener and also have Alabama listed as early 9.5-point chalk hosting Ole Miss in Week 3. Sandwiched between these monster matchups is a “cake walk” versus Middle Tennessee in Week 2.

The Blue Raiders are nothing more than guinea pigs for Nick Saban’s squad – an opportunity to fine tune what didn’t work in Week 1 and try some new things out before Week 2. Middle Tennessee is one of the better C-USA programs but will be getting a boatload of points against the SEC super power. With the Tide in letdown mode after Wisconsin (and in a lookahead to a revenge spot against Mississippi) – and not wanting to reveal too much of the playbook before facing the Rebels – Alabama could fall short of this lofty number. The Tide are just 3-8-1 ATS in their last 11 non-conference games.

Schedule spot

The Cleveland Indians are looking to get away from home – and not for the usual reasons people want to leave Cleveland. The Tribe are mired in a nasty losing skid, dropping five in a row inside Progressive Field as of Tuesday. The Indians are currently hosting the Royals but must have their bags packed for a West Coast run starting Thursday.

Following a series finale with Kansas City Wednesday, Cleveland flies overnight to Oakland for four games with the Athletics then a three-game set with the Angels to round out the trip. The Indians have actually been a solid wager away from Cleveland this season, with a 26-22 record as visitors – earning +3.52 units while burning up -23.14 units at home. The Tribe have a collective 3.46 ERA on the road - fourth lowest in the bigs. That pitching performance puffs up to 4.46 at home.

 

Join in on the wins Thursday. See all the Experts' winners here!

 

The Covers-Team

PGA: Quicken Loans National

CE Manager 22 hours, 46 minutes ago
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Jason Day birdied the final three holes on Sunday to win by one shot over Bubba Watson at the RBC Canadian Open. This week the tour heads to Robert Trent Jones Golf Club in Gainesville, Virginia for the Quicken Loans National. This is the first time Robert Trent Jones Golf Club has hosted this event which has moved away from Congressional Country Club in odd numbered years. The tournament is hosted by Tiger Woods and benefits the Tiger Woods Foundation.

There isn't a ton of tradition for the 7,385-yard layout as it opened back in 1991 but does have the distinction of hosting four different President Cup matches. It is set on the shores of Lake Manassas and has a links feel based on the course setup. Because of the new venue, looking at past results from this event are meaningless therefore we will be more stats based and taking a look at current form to pluck out a winner. Precision on approach shots will be of the utmost importance.

Typically played in early July, the Quicken Loans National has moved up in the schedule and with the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational and PGA Championship on deck, the field is not a very strong one. It is invitation based so there are only 120 players in the field compared to the typical 156 players at a normal event. It will move back to Congressional CC next season and TPC Potomac will host the tournament in 2017. TPC Potomac hosted the Kemper Open from 1987-2006.

Defending champion Justin Rose is the favorite this week at +770 followed closely by Rickie Fowler at +915. Jimmy Walker is next at +1,600 with a surprising Justin Thomas next at +2,500. From there it is a huge dropoff with Bill Haas next closest at +3,700. Tournament host Tiger Woods is +5,000, joining 112 other players priced +5,000 or higher so it can be a huge payday if we can nail someone from that lower group.

2015 Record to date after 28 events: +66.5 Units

Hyundai Tournament of Champions -5 Units
Humana Challenge +24 Units
Waste Management Phoenix Open -5 Units
Farmers Insurance Open +8.5 Units
AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am +18 Units
Northern Trust Open -5 Units
Honda Classic -5 Units
WGC-Cadillac Championship +16 Units
Valspar Championship -5 Units
Arnold Palmer Invitational -5 Units
Valero Texas Open +19 Units
Shell Houston Open +23 Units
The Masters -6 Units
RBC Heritage -5 Units
Zurich Classic of New Orleans +5.45
WGC Match Play Championship -5 Units
THE PLAYERS Championship -5 Units
Wells Fargo Championship -5 Units
Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial +32 Units
AT&T Byron Nelson Championship -5 Units
The Memorial Tournament -5 Units
FedEx St. Jude Classic -5 Units
U.S. Open +5.55 Units
Travelers Championship +8 Units
Greenbrier Classic -5 Units
John Deere Classic -5 Units
Open Championship -7 Units
RBC Canadian Open -5 Units

 

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Hump Day MLB Betting Guide

CE Manager Jul 29, 2015
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The month of July is nearing an end, but our top MLB cappers are showing no signs of letting up. The last 3 weeks have been complete domination on the bases, with Larry Ness leading the charge. Another 3-1 day on the diamond yesterday brought Larry's run to 34-15, with +$14,752 of profit. Two strong plays highlight Ness' Wednesday card, so be sure to have them locked in!

- Larry's MLB Daytime Dominator - Afternoon start with major value.

- Larry's MLB Las Vegas Insider - Incredible 18-1 run with these exclusive plays.

 

When it comes to consistency, there are few in this industry as reliable as Ben Burns. Going back to July 8th, Ben has picked winners at a 69% clip (31-14), with +$11,629 to show for it. Two early plays headline Ben's board on Wednesday.

- Burns' MLB Breakfast Club - Very early moneyline play on a mismatch.

- Burns' MLB Afternoon Annihilator - Huge blowout identified on the diamond.

- Burns' 10* Personal Favorite - Ben's top rated favorite of the day.

 

It was an admittedly slow start to the MLB season for AAA Sports, but he has reminded us that it is indeed a marathon and not a sprint. Over the past 31 days, he is now 42-19 with all baseball plays, with +$13,967 earned. AAA has an Ultra-Early 3-Gm Runline Report ready to go!

 

Don't forget about the Experts Consensus. Putting together a solid 15-6 (71%) MLB run, get access to the strongest plays where multiple cappers align and bet with confidence!

 

Take advantage of these red-hot MLB runs by picking up a MLB Monthly Pass. For just $299, get all baseball picks from the Expert of your choice for 31 days.

 

As always, take it to the books!

 

- The Covers Team

This Week's Best Spot Bets

CE Manager Jul 28, 2015
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Spot bets are classic handicapping practices that have proven profitable no matter what sport you're betting. Whether it's a team looking past this week's opponent, one coming off a hard-fought victory, or a rough patch of schedule, bettors can find value picking their spots. Covers Expert Ben Burns points out his favorites:

Lookahead spot

The Toronto Argonauts have been wandering the CFL landscape for six weeks now, including this Monday’s road trip to Hamilton to play the rival Ti-Cats. Thanks to the Pan Am Games taking over the Rogers Centre for the past month, the Argos play their first five games away from home, starting with a “home” game in Fort McMurray, Alberta against the Eskimos in Week 1 then trips to Saskatchewan, Calgary, and British Columbia.

Road-weary Toronto wraps this grueling stretch of sked in Hamilton, with the welcoming domed confines of the “Sky Dome” just one week away. The Argonauts have been a solid wager, covering in each of those first four games, but could get caught looking ahead to a long-awaited home opener versus the Rough Riders the following Saturday. Books have Toronto set as a 4-point pup in Hamilton this Monday.

Letdown spot

The Alabama Crimson Tide aren’t wasting any time getting into the college football playoff mix, facing Wisconsin inside AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas in Week 1 of the season. Books have the Tide set as 10.5-point favorites for that opener and also have Alabama listed as early 9.5-point chalk hosting Ole Miss in Week 3. Sandwiched between these monster matchups is a “cake walk” versus Middle Tennessee in Week 2.

The Blue Raiders are nothing more than guinea pigs for Nick Saban’s squad – an opportunity to fine tune what didn’t work in Week 1 and try some new things out before Week 2. Middle Tennessee is one of the better C-USA programs but will be getting a boatload of points against the SEC super power. With the Tide in letdown mode after Wisconsin (and in a lookahead to a revenge spot against Mississippi) – and not wanting to reveal too much of the playbook before facing the Rebels – Alabama could fall short of this lofty number. The Tide are just 3-8-1 ATS in their last 11 non-conference games.

Schedule spot

The Cleveland Indians are looking to get away from home – and not for the usual reasons people want to leave Cleveland. The Tribe are mired in a nasty losing skid, dropping five in a row inside Progressive Field as of Tuesday. The Indians are currently hosting the Royals but must have their bags packed for a West Coast run starting Thursday.

Following a series finale with Kansas City Wednesday, Cleveland flies overnight to Oakland for four games with the Athletics then a three-game set with the Angels to round out the trip. The Indians have actually been a solid wager away from Cleveland this season, with a 26-22 record as visitors – earning +3.52 units while burning up -23.14 units at home. The Tribe have a collective 3.46 ERA on the road - fourth lowest in the bigs. That pitching performance puffs up to 4.46 at home.

 

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