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Issue #88 – How Good Are Your Money Management Skills?
Rob Gillespie - Nov 22, 2004
How do your money management skills stack up? Take the following short quiz and find out:

Issue #87 - From the Gridiron to the Hardwood
Rob Gillespie - Nov 16, 2004
It’s a Sunday afternoon and your favorite NFL team is playing. Your bets are in, your beer is cold, your friends are on their way over and your big-screen TV is good to go.

Issue #86 – Props and Futures Betting Basics
Rob Gillespie - Nov 8, 2004
Props:  Sometimes serious but always good fun,  props are unusual betting opportunities that can add a new level of excitement to whatever it is that you’re watching,  be it a major celebrity,  sports or television event.

Issue #85 – Betting Halftimes
Rob Gillespie - Nov 1, 2004
I told you so. In my last Frontlines (Issue #84 First Half Betting) I said, and I quote, “I am a horrible bettor and my suggestions rarely pan out, but on the surface it is pretty easy to see which team I would choose to bet on for the first half this weekend.”

Issue #84 – First Half Betting
Rob Gillespie - Oct 21, 2004
Your team is leading the football game through three quarters. They’ve staked out a decent lead going into the fourth and if you had wagered on the first half you would have already put money in the bank

Issue #83– Understanding NFL Totals
Rob Gillespie - Oct 8, 2004
Who’s the best team in the NFL right now? Who’s the worst team? Chances are you know the answers to those questions.

Issue #82 – Moneylines: It’s Not What You Think
Rob Gillespie - Oct 4, 2004
Who really likes math?  When it comes to betting on football,  most North American bettors favor pointspreads over moneylines simply because they get pointspreads.

Issue #81 – Power to the Home Dog
Rob Gillespie - Sep 27, 2004
As you’re looking through this week’s schedule and you’re trying to decide on which teams to bet on, it’s always a good idea to look at the home dogs first.

Issue #80 – Line Moves: The Stuff of Stock Markets
Rob Gillespie - Sep 13, 2004
Line moves are made at sportsbooks for much the same reason that share prices change in the stock market: to balance supply and demand. Brokers look to put a buyer and a seller together and collect a fee for the transaction.

Issue #79 – College Football: A Beautiful Thing
Rob Gillespie - Sep 9, 2004
Michigan vs. Ohio State. Alabama vs. Auburn. The best rivalries are often the ones that pit neighbor against neighbor, brother against brother. With no pre-season schedule and a built-in rivalry system, college football is about as good as it gets!

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