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The Gambler's Edge - April 22

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Apr/22/2018

Yesterday saw us push with our Miami Heat pick at +4.  Books took a bit of a hit, however, as many had the number at -3.5 with a four-point victory by the 76ers.

Current NBA Record: 8-1-1 (88.8%)

Current MLB Record: 6-5 (54.5%) 2-0 High Priced Picks

We've been hanging around the breakeven point in Major League Baseball with a loss last night on the Red Sox.  It's a little tough this early in the season.

The Oakland A's beat Boston at home Saturday evening.

- Tony Caliente, Gambling911.com

 

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