With so much uncertainty in the markets, we continue to hold our four positions. Those being Chesapeake

Energy (CHK), Dell, Tarragon (TARR), and Quicksilver (KWK). Our stocks have been making significant moves upwards and we will continue to hold all four positions as we see no significant changes or surprises in the economy. Obviously, we will monitor the federal reserve. However, whatever the federal reserve does or doesnít do would be no surprise either way. We still feel inflation does challenge the federal reserve and this is where our priority is as well. Right now is a time where you want to put your money in stocks that will be able to handle economic uncertainties or a downturn. Of course when the markets are healthy and going up so will these type of

stocks.

 

You want to be involved in stocks the top traders in the world and hedge funds are playing. You have to be able to understand what value really is. Most people misunderstand the concept of finding deep value stocks. They think just because a stock is very cheap it has the value stamp on it. Nothing can be further from the truth. This is the biggest mistake made by traders trying to find value. That mistake is, "it must be great value because it's so cheap." What the trader fails to realize is, why did the stock become so cheap in the first place? If you just buy cheap stocks blindly, trust us you will lose your shirt. Several weeks ago we said to buy DELL as we picked it up at twenty-one and change. It is already flirting with twenty-four and will go up well above the thirties in time. However, you have to realize why DELL was so cheap and is still cheap in the first place. Did it go down to cheap prices deservingly? This is where you have to do your due diligence and talk to the industry leaders and insiders. DELL suffered a spiral move to the downside with a chief executive officer struggling and then accounting issues. In this day and age, accounting issues will start a sell off of a stock most definitely. Whether it is a short term sell off or long term depends on the depth of the accounting issue. Top that with a CEO getting  a bad reputation then you have a serious catalyst for lower prices. A struggling CEO plus accounting issues equal panic. This will be an infinite trend and rightly so with the insipid experiences presented by the Enron's and Worldcom's to so many people. But, this is where value investors excel. They know the difference between the market being wrong and right. When you find out the inside activities of Dell you instantly see a clear picture. CEO Rollins was simply an underachieving CEO. Nothing more. Nothing less. Then take a look at their accounting reports which are being probed by the SEC.

When you look at these reports you will find many errors, but not so deliberately. There are many instances we would consider honest errors. The errors haven't positioned any Dell insider to much greater advantages. Yet with many instances that the errors actually caused a financial cloud that actually inhibited Dell from going forward with their plans and had to restructure those plans. So you come to a conclusion if the accounting was intent versus non intent and were they on criminal grounds? It was very clear for us and many top traders that Dell was and still is extremely safe and making it a true value play. Of course it's much easier said than done. Like we said before, when you see many of your favorite stocks trading at very cheap prices; more often than not the street has it right. There is a reason why that stock is so cheap. You may not know why today or tomorrow, but unfortunately sooner or later you will find out why. But, when the street has it totally wrong with the likes of DELL, CHK, KWK, and TARR, then we will back up the truck ten out of ten times and we will make money ten out of ten times. All four have growth on their side, but also deep value. We take a lot of heat when we are wrong and we had email after email when not to long ago oil was dipping in the low fifties and we came out and wrote an article about the energy sector stating that oil one hundred is still a fact. We reiterate again oil is going to one hundred and natural gas prices will make a nice steady climb over the years. This is the nature of commodities. It doesnít matter if the Dow falls and even a recession in the economy. It doesnít matter if the markets go up, although it'll help the stock prices. But, in the end the stocks in the sectors will reflect the commodity not the economy and the oil and gas

commodities simply have to strong of a global support. You can twist and turn all you want, but it is impossible to buck global demand and global supply. Demand is and will continue to significantly outpace supply.

 

 

The bottom line is, finding value is difficult. There are many reasons why a stock is cheap and appears cheap. Most of the time that stock is cheap for a reason, and it's not because of good things. But, once and awhile there's great companies that are much to low because  Wall street interpreted the business wrong. Miscalculated the story behind the companies. When you find these gems, you can make a lot of money. There is no doubt the Snitch stocks are just that as we see them rising well above the low prices. We have said from day one CHK, KWK, DELL, and TARR were and still clearly undervalued. It's not easy finding four gems in which all four will make you good money. The Snitch has managed to just do that and will continue. So, follow the Snitch stocks year after year and you will see the Snitch makes Wall Street look like a no brainer. Shouldnít it be? After all the stock market is supposed to make people money.

 

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Saturday Update from the Desert: Gigantic Slate of College Football! SEC & Big 12 Begin Play Today

Saturday Update from the Desert: Gigantic Slate of College Football! SEC & Big 12 Begin Play Today

Sep 26 2020
We are going to keep this short and sweet folks. Everyone knows college football dominates the board today. Thereís no question about that. But todayís slate is even sweeter because the SEC and Big 12 begin play today, and that only adds to our excitement. It was great to have college football return amid the pandemic in the first few weeks, but we know it was a bit of a watered down version. Now that the SEC and Big 12 are entering the mix, it raises the stakes, and opportunities, for us. With more games on the docket, more meaningful ones at that, it gives our insiders an even broader spectrum to navigate. This is where we expect things to really start taking off. Reports this week indicated today would be a busy day for our insiders. We expect not only a high volume of plays, but an aggressive approach as well. Look, if a high number of bets at maximum values are not your thing, itís best you stay away today. But if you crave action, and donít mind the opportunity to break the bank while doing so, then todayís lineup is tailor made for you! We have several packages to choose from, so log in and select the one that fits you best. Everything you need is on our site. Daily, weekend, weekly, monthly, and yearly, not to mention sport-specific. Just as long as you donít miss out on today! The action will be fast and furious throughout, so come prepared. Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Friday Update from the Desert: NFL Delivers 2-0 TNF Sweep; Basketball Insiders Still Trying to Find Rhythm

Friday Update from the Desert: NFL Delivers 2-0 TNF Sweep; Basketball Insiders Still Trying to Find Rhythm

Sep 25 2020
It was a tale of two sports last night. Thursday Night Football featured the Dolphins and Jaguars, and our sources delivered in fine style. We released Miami on the side (+3) at 500x, and the moneyline (+150) at 500x. The Dolphins dominated play from the opening kickoff until the final gun, and breezed to a 31-13 victory. Unfortunately our basketball insiders continued to struggle with consistency. A day after delivering a 3-0 sweep, we lost a first half side and 2nd half total in the Nuggets-Lakers game, and wound up with a push on the full game side play on Denver. We are aware that some out there got the Nuggets at +6Ĺ, and we congratulate those on being able to offset one of the losses and thus show a bigger profit last night. But we had them at +6, so we obviously didnít profit as much. Still, we wound up at +150x for the night when all was said and done. But that doesnít mask our disappointment at missing out on what should have been a more lucrative take. The biggest disparity we have seen between football and basketball so far has been the obvious...travel vs. no travel. Despite the fact there are little or no fans in attendance at football games, the travel factor is still in play, and thus the home field advantage is still there. Itís not as prevalent as when there are fans in attendance, but itís still there. Obviously thatís not the case in the bubble, where all the NBA teams are sharing the same living quarters and basketball courts. Our basketball sources continue to modify their algorithms in an attempt to nail things down and the hope is they will set out on a monstrous run here to finish the postseason strong. We know theyíre close, as Wednesdayís results will attest. But we want to get to that level that we know football is at. Make no mistake, this seasonís football record will eclipse what we delivered on last year. The weekend is here folks! Letís crush it! Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Thursday Update from the Desert: Basketball Insiders Deliver Much Needed 3-0 Sweep; NFL Week 3 Kicks Off Tonight!

Thursday Update from the Desert: Basketball Insiders Deliver Much Needed 3-0 Sweep; NFL Week 3 Kicks Off Tonight!

Sep 24 2020
A much needed (and for our followers, well deserved) 3-0 sweep last night as our sources nailed the Miami Heat on the full game side, along with first half winners on the Heat and under. All of them were posted at 500x, reflecting how aggressive our syndicates attacked the game. It resulted in a +1,500x unit night, and went a long way towards setting us up for a nice, profitable weekend. As always, our weekend starts tonight. NFL Week 3 kicks off with the Dolphins and Jaguars in a battle for Florida bragging rights. Despite the fact both teams arenít near the top of the power rankings, this should actually be a good contest. Both teams have been competitive in the first two weeks. Jacksonville scored an upset over the Colts in the first game of the year, and fell by just three against the Titans last Sunday. Miami went blow-for-blow with Buffalo last week before falling, 31-28. In addition to that, weíve got college football action with UAB visiting South Alabama, and Game 4 of the Western Conference finals between the Lakers and Nuggets. A lot of work to be done for sure, but the opportunities are certainly there for our insiders to catch fire and deliver another patented clinic. The exciting thing is we just may be in the infancy of another one right now. A 6-2 run over the last three days suggests that may be the case! Tons of package options available right now on the site. Daily, weekend, weekly, not to mention both monthly and yearly, along with sport-specific packages are posted. Select the one that fits your needs the best and let our syndicates do the rest. The weekend is here folks! LFG! Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Wednesday Update from the Desert: Basketball Insiders Still Canít Find the Zone; 1-2 Tuesday Leads to -575x Unit Loss

Wednesday Update from the Desert: Basketball Insiders Still Canít Find the Zone; 1-2 Tuesday Leads to -575x Unit Loss

Sep 23 2020
For whatever reason, our basketball sources continue to struggle with finding a rhythm in the postseason. Save for a two-week stretch, itís been pretty much a day-to-day crapshoot whether or not theyíre going to cash in for us. Last night was another example where they missed the mark. First half plays on the Nuggets side and the under wound up splitting, and we failed on the full game total in Denverís 114-106 victory. The puzzling aspect of yesterdayís plays was the fact our sources ignored the full game side on the Nuggets, but played them for the first half. On most occasions, our first half plays have mirrored the full game plays when they are posted. But that wasnít the case last night and it cost us in the end. We thought there could be a second half play on Denver, but they did not pull the trigger after the Nuggets took a 10-point lead into halftime. Again, our sources continue to try and adjust to the pandemic sports world and it seems that there have been slight alterations from what we were used to seeing before COVID hit. For instance, we still canít figure out why the NBA has seemingly adopted the college way of continuously fouling late in the game even if the outcome is already decided. In years prior to this, the NBA was known for just playing the last minute out when the outcome had already been determined. Teams would sometimes let the shot clock expire even if there were two possessions left just to run the clock down. That hasnít been the case in the bubble. Even last night, with less than a minute to play and Denver up by nine, the Lakers continued to foul. When the Nuggets let the shot clock expire with :05 left, Los Angeles still went out and scored on the change of possession. Granted, none of those actions were the reason we lost the total, but itís gone a long way towards muddying the waters for our syndicates and the algorithms theyíve been using. Our only hope is that they can catch fire before the conference finals are over, and end the postseason on a high note. We will attempt to do just that again tonight with Game 4 of the Eastern Finals. Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Tuesday Update from the Desert: Insiders Deliver on Promise; Raiders Deliver HUGE MNF Winner!

Tuesday Update from the Desert: Insiders Deliver on Promise; Raiders Deliver HUGE MNF Winner!

Sep 22 2020
Our sources came through as promised last night, closing the betting week out on a high note. Reports indicated our syndicates would be going large on the Monday Night game, and for the majority of them it was their biggest wager of the young season. We posted the Raiders on the side (+4Ĺ) as a 500x play as well as a 300x moneyline play at +250. While they started out a bit slow, falling behind 10-0 early, they settled in and found their groove. In the end the Las Vegas Raiders christened their new digs with a 34-24 victory. It translated into a +1,250x unit day for us, thanks in large part to the moneyline winner. We know thereís still a ton of work to be done, but it did feel good to wrap up the betting week on a positive note. Tonight the NBA playoffs take center stage, with Game 3 of the Nuggets-Lakers series. Look, we are well aware of the rocky start in the NFL. College football has been solid thus far, but our syndicates are having to adjust to the COVID sports landscape just like everyone else is having to adjust to it in their personal and professional lives. Part of the issue that theyíve encountered is the lack of fans. It has created a situation where visiting teams are not subject to crowd noise, and thus able to operate normally instead of having to use silent counts. Itís also given the offensive lines a break as they do not have to anticipate snap counts, which has reduced the number of false starts penalties. All of those little factors add up, and in the end it has produced a situation where our sources are having to reconfigure their algorithms. The thinking is after the first two weeks of the NFL season they should be close to having these little kinks ironed out. If last night is any indication, then we feel great about where we are headed. Letís start the new betting week off by continuing last nightís momentum! Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Sunday Update from the Desert: Another Aggressive Day Expected with NFL; Small Overall Winning Saturday Thanks to College Football Results

Sunday Update from the Desert: Another Aggressive Day Expected with NFL; Small Overall Winning Saturday Thanks to College Football Results

Sep 20 2020
Our insiders got off to a hot start yesterday, hitting two early no limits and putting us up nicely as the day progressed. But only three more college football plays were posted from that point, in which we split the 500x releases on Louisville and NC State, and dropped the 300x tip on MTSU, cut into those big, early profits. In addition to that, we lost another NBA play as the Heat could not keep the momentum going from their 2-0 series lead and fell to the Celtics, 117-106. Overall it was a tiny winning day, as we collected +55x units. But obviously the expectations are a little bigger than that. And while we didnít see quite the volume that was expected yesterday, that should not be the case today. Our insiders have another aggressive day planned for the NFL. While last Sunday did not have the desired results, that shouldnít be the case today. Insiders have had a full week to make adjustments to how everything played out in Week 1. Bottom line: expect a lot of plays and the results to match. Traditionally speaking, high volume equates to overall success for our syndicates. They have gotten out to a good start in college, and we sincerely doubt theyíll come up short in back-to-back weeks with the NFL. Thatís why itís imperative to be onboard today. Remember, nobody out there can match us in terms of bang for your buck. The entertainment value you receive when you follow us is unparalleled in this industry. Hereís to a big NFL Week 2. Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Saturday Update from the Desert: Full Slate of College Football; Early Reports Indicate Syndicates WILL Be Extremely Active!

Saturday Update from the Desert: Full Slate of College Football; Early Reports Indicate Syndicates WILL Be Extremely Active!

Sep 19 2020
Big day today, folks. A lot of work to be done for sure, but the good news is our early reports indicate our syndicates are going to be extremely active today. That translates to a ton of action for us! If itís volume you like, look no further. If itís a high rate of winning with huge volume, we are definitely what youíre looking for! Think of it as a smaller version of our March Madness. Everyone knows our sources crush it during March Madness. They play the board and by the time the tournament is finished, we are up BIG! While we wonít be playing the entire board today, there will be a ton of action. Thatís what our early reports indicate. Our syndicates have been working the board all week and they are coming up with game after game that they absolutely LOVE today. We will be the lucky recipients as the plays will be posted as soon as the final bets are put in. Donít be surprised if we wind up with 10+ plays today. Thatís how aggressively our insiders are going. Again, if youíre looking for action, weíve got it right here for you! Simply log in, sign up for todayís package (or any of the other numerous packages we have listed) and let us do the rest. All youíve got to do is sit back and let the plays come to you. Thatís what weíre here for! Our insiders are contracted for this specific purpose! Expect a big Saturday folks. We will rip the board apart! Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Friday Update from the Desert: Basketball Insiders Deliver with Heat Again; Bengals Backdoor Cover Ruins Chance of Huge Night

Friday Update from the Desert: Basketball Insiders Deliver with Heat Again; Bengals Backdoor Cover Ruins Chance of Huge Night

Sep 18 2020
Once again our basketball insiders delivered on the Heat, as Miami surprised Boston with a 106-101 upset win to take a 2-0 series lead. We cashed a 500x play for the full game side, which more than offset the 200x 1st half side loser. Then, for about 59 minutes anyway, we were looking great with the Browns in their Thursday Night battle with the Bengals. Cleveland looked sharp offensively throughout, and it appeared we would cash both price points we posted, a 500x play at -5Ĺ and a 300x at -6. But, in true Browns fashion, the Bengals drove the length of the field at the end and scored a TD with :43 left to play to secure the backdoor cover. We truly sympathize with Browns backers out there. For years and years theyíve disappointed their fan base with losing season after losing season. Even in victory they canít seem to get it right. Such is life in the world of gambling. We felt great about the plays after the reports from our insiders came in. In the end, the Bengals were the correct play, however. They cashed and thatís all that matters. Style points mean nothing in gambling. Only the final result. We will just have to start momentum anew tonight, and Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals affords us the opportunity to do just that. The Nuggets surprised everyone by coming back from a 3-1 series deficit to knock off the Clippers. Now they are all that stands in the way of a 10th Finals appearance for LeBron James. Tonight is when our insiders put us back on track, and then tomorrow we take advantage of a full slate of college football. After that, itís NFL Sunday and by the time the Sunday Night game wraps up, we will be sitting pretty after a dominating weekend performance. Early reports indicate our sources are going big on Game 1 tonight. Truth be told thatís all we need to hear to know itís going to be a nice bounce back for us. Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Thursday Update from the Desert: NFL Week 2 Kicks Off Tonight; NBA Eastern Finals Heat-Celtics Game 2

Thursday Update from the Desert: NFL Week 2 Kicks Off Tonight; NBA Eastern Finals Heat-Celtics Game 2

Sep 17 2020
The NFL is back at it tonight with the Bengals and Browns in a Thursday Night, AFC North division battle. We finished Week 1 on a strong note, with a 4-2 showing in the Monday Night double header. That momentum carried over into Tuesday, when our basketball insiders delivered a 2-1 showing for +450x units. Now itís time to kick the weekend off early, and in style! By continuing the momentum from Monday and Tuesday, and building even more as we head into said weekend. We have another full slate of college football on Saturday, and of course NFL Sunday. Whatís more, with the news that the Big Ten will start playing next month we will have even more college football games to take advantage of. Things are creeping towards normalcy amid the ongoing pandemic, and all we can hope is that COVID either runs its course or a vaccine is developed to counter it. Then, hopefully, we can all exhale and confidently move forward towards getting back to the ďoldĒ normal. We arenít fans of the ďnewĒ normal because we refuse to believe any of this is normal. Anway, the point we are trying to make is that we are starting to see a slight glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel. Letís all keep the faith that this pandemic will be behind us soon. We are ready for some football tonight, but our basketball insiders are intent on sweetening the pot as well. They crushed Game 1, nailing the Heat and the over in Miamiís 117-114 overtime win. Now that theyíve had an extra day to dissect this matchup, they are locked and loaded and ready to deliver another monster for us. Thursdayís have traditionally been very strong for us through the years, especially during football season. Weíve got the best of both worlds going tonight with the NFL and NBA playoffs. This one day can be the difference between a good weekend, and a GREAT one, so donít let it pass you by. The momentum continues tonight folks. Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Wednesday Update from the Desert: A Second Consecutive Solid Night from Insiders; 2-1 Finish Nets +450x Units

Wednesday Update from the Desert: A Second Consecutive Solid Night from Insiders; 2-1 Finish Nets +450x Units

Sep 16 2020
We followed up on our solid Monday night performance with another winning night. Our basketball insiders were on point yesterday, finishing 2-1 and we took home +450x units overall. The anticipation was on Game 7 of the Nuggets-Clippers series, but our sources threw us a bit of a curveball by going big on the Heat and the over in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals. We had thought that their full focus would be on that Game 7, but we were pleasantly surprised when the Heat delivered for us and the total also cashed in Miamiís 117-114 overtime win. That ensured a winning night right out of the gates as our group only released the Clippers on the side for the second game. Their thinking was Los Angeles would rebound after dropping the previous two games, and it looked like that would be the case when it went up by 12 in the first half.. But the Nuggets responded and went on a 35-13 run to take a 15-point lead into the 4th quarter and never looked back. It did take our syndicates by surprise, as they were anticipating an all-L.A. conference final. Now that the matchup is set in the West, our groups are dissecting that and will be putting us on a clinic through The Finals. You saw how they put us on top for Game 1 in the East. We fully expect that to be the norm through the conclusion of the postseason. Itís going to be a quiet Wednesday, but all thatís going to do is allow us to catch our collective breath in anticipation of Thursdayís action. NFL Week 2 will kick off with the Bengals and Browns, and we will also have Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals between the Heat and Celtics. We also just received word that the Big Ten has announced it will be starting play in October. Thatís great news for everyone, and the hope is the other conferences who are currently not participating will follow suit and allow their teams to begin play. Either way, things are looking up folks. Letís keep this momentum going! Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Tuesday Update from the Desert: Football Insiders Deliver Solid 4-2 MNF; NBA Offers Another Game 7 Tonight with Clippers-Nuggets

Tuesday Update from the Desert: Football Insiders Deliver Solid 4-2 MNF; NBA Offers Another Game 7 Tonight with Clippers-Nuggets

Sep 15 2020
Our football insiders bounced back in a solid way last night, and we finished the night with a 4-2 mark good for +500x units of profit. We expected a high volume of plays with the MNF double header, and our sources did not disappoint. We hit the first half over in the Steelers-Giants game, but unfortunately failed to win the full game total. A missed extra point and a failed 2-point conversion late proved to be the difference. We would have been satisfied with a push there, but it wasnít meant to be. The second game fared better, as we hit the first half side on the Broncos, along with the 2nd half and full game sides. We couldn't, however, get the moneyline to hit as Tennessee put together a drive late and secured the win with less than :20 to play. All in all it was a solid night and we will take that momentum and build on it. Tonight we get another opportunity at a Game 7 in the NBA playoffs, as the Clippers and Nuggets face off in the bubble. Our syndicates are chomping at the bit to get after this one, and we have zero doubt how itís going to play out. You basically just need to ride the momentum out with us on this one, because itís going to be a big night. Bigger than yesterday, for that matter. In addition to that Game 7, the Eastern Conference Finals will get underway with the Celtics and Heat locking horns. Early reports indicate aggressive action from our syndicates, on both games, not just the Game 7. Ride the wave with us tonight folks. Itís going to set us up nicely for the rest of the week! Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Monday Update from the Desert: Double Header MNF Means Double the Opportunity for Us!

Monday Update from the Desert: Double Header MNF Means Double the Opportunity for Us!

Sep 14 2020
Week 1 of the NFL season wraps up tonight with the annual MNF double header. For us, it represents an opportunity to double up on the final day of Week 1 betting. In tonightís case, it will also allow us to make up for Mike McCarthyís idiotic coaching last night. Look, you all know we donít make excuses. Never have, and never will. In fact, the closest we ever came to making one was when we WON our play on the Seahawks in the ďFail MaryĒ game that the substitute refs botched a few years back. We came out right after that game and said we deserved to lose that play because it was clearly an interception in the endzone. Anyway, we digress. The point we are making is nobody on the planet can take into account idiotic coaching decisions when trying to handicap a game. We received a text from one of the members of our ďJailbreakersĒ group (the Billy Walters crew that has been holding down the fort since his incarceration), that stated, ďyou know we donít care if we lose 10 wagers in a row. You know that. Stressing over losses for us is laughable. Maybe because weíve only suffered one losing season in 38 years. We have also lost as many as 11 wagers in a row. No exaggeration. The point is, how does anyone handicap that Mike McCarthy would pass up a guaranteed tie ballgame by kicking a chip shot field goal. It wasnít like it was 4th and 1, either. It was 4th and a long 3. On the road, passing up a chance to tie the game in the 4th quarter with a chip shot field goal, is a complete asinine decision. And one that perfectly exemplifies why heís no longer the coach in Green Bay. Weíre sorry about the loss, but donít blame our group. Find one source out there who would be crazy enough to handicap if a coach decides trying to tie the game on the road late is a bad thing.Ē The other thing we will mention is the offensive pass interference on the final Dallas drive. It was a close call for sure, but if the ref doesnít throw the flag we still have a shot. But, thatís why McCarthyís idiotic decision is magnified. Truth be told, he didnít deserve a no-call there. He absolutely deserved to lose that game. Unfortunately we sided with the buffoon. Despite that, something tells us we will finish the week up over +1,000x units in football. Why? The MNF double header. 41 winners to 16 losers. Keep in mind these numbers include many halftime and moneyline plays. Itís why we always maintain this is the one night you canít miss. And itís always a win or money back refund for tonightís package. Itís our favorite Monday of the ENTIRE year with the exception of college championship games in football or March Madness. Our syndicates WILL finish Week 1 off strong! Sign up now and watch them work their magic!
Sunday Update from the Desert: Football Insiders Deliver Monster College Saturday; Expect Major Action Today in NFL!

Sunday Update from the Desert: Football Insiders Deliver Monster College Saturday; Expect Major Action Today in NFL!

Sep 13 2020
We told everyone how excited we were about the first full Saturday of college football. Our insiders got their first chance to comb through a full slate and they delivered a masterpiece. A 4-1 finish in college which netted us a total of +1,480x units, highlighted by a perfect 3-0 showing with 500x no limit plays. What made it even more dominating was the fact none of the game were ever really in doubt. You could make the argument that we had to sweat a little bit with Wake Forest, but the game actually played out exactly how our sources thought it would. We acknowledge the NBA playoffs took some of the shine off yesterday as we finished on the downside there for the third straight day. But we know that will turn around again. The important thing is now that football is finally here, we are prepared for it to carry us throughout the season. Again, expect an aggressive Sunday. The word is our syndicates could be on as many as 10 plays today. We wonít know for certain until kickoff approaches, but rest assured if they come out with guns blazing, it will be reflected in our posts. The point is you donít want to be left behind right out of the gate. When our insiders hit the ground running, make that sprinting, there is no limit to the amount of profits we will show. Just look at yesterday when five college football tips netted almost +1,500x units. Now just imagine what today will look like with the possibility of more plays on the table for us! Sign up now. Football is here. What other reason do you need? Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Saturday Update from the Desert: Itís a Football Weekend! First Full Slate of College Football Today, NFL Tomorrow!

Saturday Update from the Desert: Itís a Football Weekend! First Full Slate of College Football Today, NFL Tomorrow!

Sep 12 2020
This is the moment weíve been waiting for folks. To be honest, it feels like it kind of snuck up on us with the NFL not having any preseason games, and the limited number of college games so far. But that all changes this weekend. NFL Kickoff was Thursday, and that essentially signaled that football is indeed happening. We couldnít be happier. Itís like weíve been sitting on pins and needles, holding our breath, wondering if we would actually have football this year. Even after it was announced we werenít truly convinced it would happen. We needed tangible proof that the games would indeed go on. That moment is finally here. Like we said, Thursday basically drove the point home that the NFL was going to happen, and looking at todayís board and seeing a full slate (relatively speaking) of college games gave us the sense that we can enjoy football again, even in a pandemic. Look, we wonít hide from the fact our sources took a mighty swing last night and missed. They were convinced Toronto was going to advance to the conference finals, but the Celtics had other ideas. We understand thereís a ton of work to be done to not only make up for last night, but the entire NBA playoffs as a whole. The hope is, football will provide us with that spark needed to get back on the path we had been on prior to Thursday. We had been on a 28-10 tear prior to then, so thereís no reason to think we canít replicate that streak. We are going to take advantage of the full slate of college games today, and the NFL tomorrow. Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Friday Update from the Desert: Streak Hits a Pause; A Game 7 Tonight Provides Us Perfect Opportunity for Bounce Back

Friday Update from the Desert: Streak Hits a Pause; A Game 7 Tonight Provides Us Perfect Opportunity for Bounce Back

Sep 11 2020
NFL Kickoff 2020 was supposed to add fuel to our already burning inferno. A hot streak that had seen us hit 28 of the previous 38 plays was only going to get stronger with the NFL season starting. Instead we hit a pause last night and wound up losing on all fronts. Instead of lamenting how everything played out last night, our insiders are primed and ready to bounce back in a big way. The best thing that could have been presented to us comes in the form of a Game 7: Celtics vs. Raptors. Everyone knows our history in these elimination games, regardless of the sport. If itís a win or go home scenario, our insiders consistently put us on the right side of it. After yesterdayís results, we couldnít ask for a better opportunity at righting the ship. Look, stocks go up and stocks go down. A pull back was inevitable after the streak we had been on. But the truly great ones are those who can brush off days like yesterday and start another hot streak right away. Thatís why we are so excited about tonightís lineup. Our insiders are going to be all-in on tonightís Celtics-Raptors Game 7. Expect aggressive wagers for this game. We will follow their lead by posting accordingly, so there is a great chance we see multiple plays on this one game. All we need is to cash on another Game 7 and we will be back on track heading into the weekend, where we have a full slate of college football tomorrow and the NFL on Sunday. Do not fret about last night. We are pushing forward and expect to be right back on track after tonight. Game 7s mean straight cash for us! This one will be no different! Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Thursday Update from the Desert: Astros 3 Strikes & Manfredís No Balls = Joke

Thursday Update from the Desert: Astros 3 Strikes & Manfredís No Balls = Joke

Feb 13 2020
The Houston Astros held a press conference this morning as spring training begins to address the travesty that was their sign-stealing scandal, which had been taking place for a few years. Owner Jim Crane took the bulk of the questions from the media and vowed that advanced-sign stealing would ďnever happen againĒ on his watch. Thatís great. Kind of like when your teenager tells you heíll never do it again when he gets caught screwing up. We arenít sure about you all, but that makes us feel so much better. All is forgiven. This circus, and thatís exactly what it is, has perpetuated because commissioner Rob Manfred essentially decided to do nothing about it. His slap on the wrist resulted in the forfeiture of their first-and second-round picks for the next two years, a $5 million fine, and one-year bans for general manager Jeff Luhnow and manager A.J. Hinch. Crane fired both shortly after that verdict. Wow. Big deal. Now that Crane has vowed it will never happen again Iím sure the baseball world feels so much better. As a matter of fact, since the punishment was such a joke, whatís there to say other teams wonít just follow suit and copy the same technical tactics the Astros used? Hell, if all it costs are the jobs of the GM and manager, and the loss of a couple draft picks, who cares? Itís not like the $5 million fine makes a difference (unless youíre the Pirates or Marlins). There has been a call for the league to strip the Astros of their 2017 World Series title. And with good reason. Everyone remembers the leagueís uproar over the steroid era guys. Who can forget it? They (the assumed steroid users) are still being shunned by baseball. If the league didnít care at the time they were playing, why do they hold such a grudge about it now? The home run record chase led to some serious gate receipts while it was going on, so of course the league turned a blind eye to it while it was going on. But steroids donít make a hitter see the ball better. Or a pitcher throw with better control. Steroids are a performance enhancer. Meaning the pitchers may have enjoyed a little more zip on their fastballs, and the hitters an extra bit of travel on the balls they hit. If you know WHAT pitch is coming as a hitter, now thatís a serious advantage. Itís essentially batting practice for crying out loud! The guessing game was eliminated altogether for the Astrosí hitters. Manfredís punishment was tantamount to a "you're bad" finger waggle, and heís a joke for doing nothing more. It canít be because heís afraid of the MLB playerís union bucking up to him over a more severe punishment, like stripping the team of their World Series championship, because all the players on the other teams are clamoring for it! All we can say is Manfred has opened Pandoraís Box by refusing to do more than the little bit he did. The gates are now wide-open for the rest of the league to follow suit. Baseball has been tarnished far beyond what the steroid-era players did. As for the gamblers who lost money betting against the Astros? You all should feel just as pissed as the rest of the league is right now.
Monday Update from the Desert: #RIPMamba

Monday Update from the Desert: #RIPMamba

Jan 27 2020
Itís been difficult for us out here in the desert since the news of Kobe Bryantís tragic death yesterday. This is not easy to process. There have been other sports figures who have tragically lost their lives, so we arenít trying to diminish those in any way. But this hits a little differently. Kobe transcended basketball. Kobe was global. This is having a deep and profound impact on the city of Los Angeles, but itís extended across the world as well. We are all mourning his passing and those of us who have children were hit even deeper when word spread that his daughter Gianna was also onboard with him. They were reportedly travelling to a basketball tournament she was to play in. Kobe was the coach of her team. The only other tragedy involving an athlete that had such a profound impact on so many, that we could think of, was when Roberto Clemente perished in a plane crash. Clemente was such a humanitarian that his death impacted not only the baseball world, but the Latino community as a whole. This just hits so hard on so many levels we are still in shock. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of the victims and their families. While we try to make sense of this and wrap our heads around it, we know that Kobe being who he was would want the world to press on. To keep grinding. Thatís what we will remember the most about him; the Mamba Mentality. Rest easy, Kobe. We will keep the grind on in your honor.
Wednesday Update from the Desert: Never Forget

Wednesday Update from the Desert: Never Forget

Sep 11 2019
Today marks the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks that changed our country, and the world, forever. We wanted to honor and respect this day for what it is. It is a painful reminder that there were 3,000 innocent lives lost in the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Itís also a reminder that there is evil in the world that hates us. Hates our way of life. Itís been 18 years since the attacks of 9/11, and unfortunately the war on terror still goes on. But itís not one that we, as a nation, will ever back down from. We will always remember those who lost their lives 18 years ago today. You are forever in our hearts. #NeverForget
Tuesday Update from the Desert: A Look Back at Snitch Summer Soccer

Tuesday Update from the Desert: A Look Back at Snitch Summer Soccer

Jul 30 2019
With the International Champions Cup down to its final three matches, and football season right around the corner, we wanted to take a look back at this past summer and how it all played out on the pitch. The most exciting, and unexpected at the time, news came when we announced our syndicates would be active for the Womenís World Cup. Anyone who has followed Snitch soccer knows that our insiders are active for all the major international events. While we have had action in the WWC in the past, we had not anticipated anything happening this year. Then we received word our sources were indeed going to be in action. It didnít happen right off the bat, however. We took a wait and see approach. When it was apparent our insiders were going to carve it up, we started releasing the plays. To everyoneís delight, our syndicates ripped it apart. An absolutely virtuoso performance that saw us net a total of +3695x units of profit. They were practically flawless with our no limits, going 14-6 for a success rate of 70%. It wasnít just the Womenís World Cup, either. Our syndicates also paved the way for us in Copa America and the CONCACAF Gold Cup. Needless to say it was an extremely active summer for our syndicates on the pitch, and anytime that happens a windfall of profits is the result. That was, once again, the case this summer. Itís what sets the Snitch apart from everyone else in this industry. Our competition, if you want to call it that, knows better than to get involved in soccer. Thereís a reason we are the only trusted source in the industry and the proof is in the results. Just look at the others out there, who instead of working around the clock trying to make money for their clients, choose instead to sit back and wait for football season. Not the Snitch. We went all-in over the summer with our specialty and it paid off handsomely for everyone involved. Thereís three more matches to cash in on before the conclusion of the International Champions Cup tournament. You better believe we will deliver a sweep! Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
WWKD: What Will Kawhi Do? The Two-Time NBA Champ Has the Ability to Shift the Balance of Power in the NBA

WWKD: What Will Kawhi Do? The Two-Time NBA Champ Has the Ability to Shift the Balance of Power in the NBA

Jul 5 2019
As everyone waits with anticipation where Kawhi Leonard will land, weíve fielded countless questions as to whether or not we have an inside track on what his decision will be. We wish we did, but the plain fact is we are in the same position as everyone else. We just donít know. Leonard has met with the Lakers, Clippers, and Raptors and there hasnít been any news regarding who has the inside track. Furthermore, the teams that met with him have been warned not to leak information or it would harm their chances of landing him. Obviously if Kawhi were to choose the Lakers, it would immediately catapult them into the clear favorites to win the title next year. A trio of LeBron, Anthony Davis, and Kawhi would arguably be the best to ever play together. Even better than the super team of Steph, Klay, and KD in Golden State. Furthermore, we doubt there would be any criticism of that choice, unlike when KD signed with Golden State. The reason for that is simple; Kawhi has earned both of his titles without having to play for a super team in doing so. Durant left Oklahoma City, infamously after the Thunder blew a 3-1 series lead against the Warriors, and signed with a Golden State team that was already loaded and had won a title without him. KD was never validated for making that choice because it gave off the appearance that he took the path of least resistance to win his titles. The Warriors had already won a title before he joined them, so of course they would keep winning them once he joined the fray. If Kawhi decides to sign with the Lakers, we doubt he gets any negative reaction from it. At least not to the extent Durant did. Furthermore, Kawhiís personality is such that even if he does receive negative press over it, he wonít give off a reaction anyway. Heíll just keep doing what he does best...dominate on the court. It will be interesting to see what happens over the next few days as he decides where to put pen to paper. Heís from Los Angeles so itís a good assumption that he will choose either the Lakers or Clippers. The big question is whether he wants to create a super power team, or go head-to-head with LeBron in L.A. as a member of the Clippers. A lot will be learned about what makes Kawhi tick when he makes his decision. Will he choose the Lakers and create another super team? Or will he decide on the Clippers and bring a sense of parity back to The Association? Heís earned his right to make that call either way.
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