We can all pour over the data and devise systems based on "against-the-spread" results. But more specifically, when we see that data on handicapper sheets or covers.com or wherever, who's line are we referencing?
Is it from the Imperial Palace? THe Las Vegas Hilton? Is it the earliest line posted or the latest line previous to kickoff? I honestly do not know for sure. Depending on the sportsbook, it could be a range of 1.5 points and then it's a guessing game and that is just not the sharpest approach for an aspiring sharpie.
I want to be as certain as possible about which line to rely on when making my system-based bets. Anybody know for sure?
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Any chicago locals know a bar, tavern, etc.. that's got a Satt. dish
and plays CFL games?? I got the fever and right now can only watch
internet broadcasts on cfl.ca, alone..which gets old.