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[quote user="mbrod"]Just using that as an example...a little more than $10. :)
Ha! Awesome... I was hoping you were gonna say that. Thanks again for the question and best of luck to you on all your wagers.
This is a PERFECT example why for all of you that are on the fence as to who you should buy your picks from. Dwayne in my humble opinion is one of the most HONEST and BEST Pro cappers you'll ever follow. He just gave mbrod the same answer very few cappers would give and that is if your only betting $5.00 or $10.00 you really shouldn't be buying picks. I don't think very many would be that HONEST. Dwayne your nothing but FIRST CLASS.
As usual, Ron, you are far too kind. Thanks for the very kind words, my good friend.
[quote user="mbrod"]Dwaynequestion. if you play $10 for a 2star, what would you recommend for a 1star and 3 star play? Thanks!
Thanks for the question, mbrod.
A 2* play is a normal-sized bet in my system. So, if you're betting $10 on a 2*, then you should be betting $5 on a 1* play and $15 on a 3* play.
But honestly, I'm hoping "$10" was a typo because if your normal bet is only $10, then you really shouldn't be buying picks. Just my opinion, but thanks again for the question.
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