Shhh: A Secret Your Bookie Doesn't Know Yet

Jason ButlerContributor IJanuary 31, 2009

I may regret writing this article, because bookies across the nation could see it.  However, I think the risk is worth it. 

Don't you think it's about time we got revenge on Vegas for all the money they've taken from us in the past?  The information I am about to give the American public is completely and totally accurate.

At the beginning of the NFL year, I was not having that much success gambling.  Anybody that can make money betting on the NFL should be labeled a genius, because many teams seem to have week-to-week multiple personalities—like my ex-girlfriend—and nothing makes any sense.  However, I started to notice a trend that kept occurring in nearly every single game.

It didn't matter who the team was or who they were playing against.  Either team (sometimes both) scores either a touchdown or a field goal with under 2 minutes to go in the first half.  It's unbelievable how teams are able to do this! 

I noticed that the service I was going through had that exact proposition bet available.  The only problem was that I had to risk anywhere from $400 to $520 just to win $200.  "They're trying to scare me away by making me risk that much" is what I thought.

I came to the conclusion that if I tried gambling the traditional way, I would lose money anyway.  I might as well just load up on the two minute drill and see what happens! 

Well, it just so happens that after that point in my life, I started to win and win and win.  In fourteen straight games I won money on this proposition bet, and I am now watching these games in a new big screen HDTV!

 

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