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1 CBB Prop Play for Tuesday

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This prop involves

Villanova's Justin Moore


20 Dimes on the Table

- Basketball winning day 9 of 12 - 
- Hit last 35 of 55 Basketball Plays for a 63% hit rate -

$50

Yesterday, we hit on our only play!!


Milan Momcilovic got the volume we were looking for but unfortunately could not buy a basket which made this bet a lot closer than it should've been. Finally, he ended up cashing later in the fourth quarter.


Today, we are looking to continue to keep it light as we look to college basketball while the NBA is on break with 20 Dimes on the table with one play


Winner:

+20 DIMES - Iowa State’s Milan Momcilovic Over 8.5 Points (-110)


Tuesday's Play:

I have 1 prop play for Tuesday and it involves Villanova's Justin Moore


20 Dimes on the Table

- Basketball winning day 9 of 12- 
- Hit last 35 of 55 basketball Plays for a 63% hit rate -
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David Jace's Rating System

I rate my Prop Releases on a 10- to 100-Dime scale. The word "dime" is simply a unit of measure that's been around in the gambling world for longer than I've been on this earth.

At the low end you'll find a 25-Dime release with plays escalating upward in 5-dime increments.

From there it's pretty easy to figure out that a 50-Dime release is twice as strong as a 25-Dime play, and so on and so forth.

At the end of the day, if I clear 47 Dime of Profit, that means a $10 bettor has netted $470.

Conversely, should I finish the day at -33 dimes, that would result in a $10 bettor losing $330.

Who Is David Jace?

I was drawn to prop betting initially because, at 18, I was too young to legally bet on game outcomes. But, as the years have past, I’ve stuck with props because of the sheer diversity they offer for each game.  

Standard sports betting is generally confined to a few options like the money line, spread, total, and alternate spread. In contrast, prop betting opens up a world of possibilities, with HUNDREDS of betting opportunities available for each game. The likelihood of finding an appealing line among the multitude of prop bets is considerably higher than with the traditional four betting options. This vast selection not only caters to a wider range of preferences but also enriches the overall betting experience.

What I do daily is narrow down those vast options to 3 or 4 props. That's right, I cull the hundreds of options available to what I consider the 3 or 4 best bets on the prop board. And, generally, these are props that are near even money or slight underdogs. You will NOT find ridiculous -180 favorites among my selections.