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Books Win a Nail Biter Thursday Night With Cardinals Cover

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Nov/10/2017

The bookmakers avoided a loss Thursday night with Arizona scoring a touchdown with just 20 seconds left.  Some bettors lucked out with the extra point kick blocked.  This resulted in a 6-point victory by Seattle.

While books had moved to Seattle -6, the -6.5 was widely available throughout the week.  Gamblers who got this game at -6 pushed.

BetOnline reported 75% of the spread action on the Seahawks Thursday night and better than 80% of the moneyline action on the Seahawks.  Books had to pay out on the moneyline.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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