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College Games vs. Pro Games
An Excellent Way to Hedge Off
Using the teaser on Monday night football tied up with a Thursday night college or pro game and adding a Saturday or Sunday game gives you an excellent way to hedge off. Some houses in your area and most of them in Vegas post the afternoon college and pro games on a Monday afternoon. This allows you to really exploit time-zone betting by having many open teasers, Roundy’s, and parlays open for the next weekend.
There are some weeks where I have about six or eight parlays open for the Sunday game. Then I take the opposite in two-team parlays for an amount that guarantees a profit, regardless of who wins. Let’s say you have two $100 three-team parlays open with victories in the Monday, Thursday, and/or Saturday games. The payoff for a three-team parlay is 6-1, so you have $600 riding on two separate games, with the first two parts of each parlay already locked up. Here’s what is open for each of these plays:
You can sit and see if you can pick up some wins with Miami and Seattle. I wouldn’t wait, but would opt to put in a two-team $200 parlay on San Fran -6 to win and Buffalo -5 to win. Here’s what could happen:
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