Bellator 135: Warren vs Galvao Free Betting Tip

We’re just 2 days away from Bellator 135: Warren vs Galvao and we have a free betting tip to get your bets started for the event. If we are to add any other plays either for Bellator or the WSOF card this weekend, they will be available exclusively to our CapperTek subscribers. Want 30 days of our tips for just $5? Sign up and make a min deposit at Draft Kings and follow these steps. If you want to check how we stand up against the other handicappers out there, check the CapperTek standings and see for yourself.

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UFC Fight Night 63: Mendes vs Lamas Free Betting Tip

We’re about a week and a half away from UFC Fight Night 63: Mendes vs Lamas which will go down on Saturday, April 4 from the Patriot Centre in Fairfax, Virginia. This post will detail our free betting tip for the event, but you’ll have to subscribe to our CapperTek Page to see all our bets for the event. At $9.95 for a week of access or $24.95 for 30 days of access, signing up really makes a lot of sense. We have started 2015 with 3 straight winning months and it’s not like we’re returning pennies. Our current ROI of 22.69% dwarfs the 6.81% we returned in 2014 and it really feels like we’ve found our groove with our bets. You can get the full details of all our bets officially tracked at CapperTek or tracked by us on our track record. Not sure you want to sign up yet? You can get all our betting tips for 30 days just by signing up and depositing $5 at Draft Kings and following these steps. That’s enough about us let’s get into the bet!

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UFC Fight Night 62: Maia vs LaFlare Betting Recap

Last night UFC Fight Night 62: Maia vs LaFlare went down from Rio De Janeiro, Brazil and it was an interesting card overall with half the fights finishing via submission (although one very questionably as we’ll go into below) and 9 of 12 fights being finished inside the distance. Our bets ended up doing ok although one referee decision led to us making a smaller profit than we otherwise would have. The net result was 3-3 for +1.98 units. If you add in our big underdog play on Chase Gormley, it’s an over 5.50 unit profit weekend where we go 4-3. We have been on a tear since 2015 started and we attribute a lot of that to picking our spots more carefully for bets. For example, as you can see in our track record, we only had a total of 5 bets over UFC 184 and UFC 185 combined where last year we’d likely have at least 10-12 bets. When a card like Fight Night 62 comes along though, where we see lots of value, we’ll still go for it and that’s evidenced by our 6 bets last night. By the way, if you’re interested in getting our betting tips, you can get 7 days for just $9.95 or 30 days for just $24.95 and you can get them from our CapperTek profile.

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Titan FC 33: Green vs Holobaugh Free Betting Tip

This won’t be our longest post ever, but there is an underdog bet that we think holds a lot of value at Titan FC 33: Green vs Holobaugh. It was one that we thought held value prior to the weigh ins, but after seeing the weight of the competitors, we think it holds more value. By the way, we’ll have a full slate of UFC bets for UFC Fight Night 62: Maia vs LaFlare and they’ll be available exclusively to our CapperTek subscribers. For just $9.95 you can get all of the best MMA bets for a full week.

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UFC Fight Night 62: Maia vs LaFlare Fantasy Preview

UFC Fight Night 62: Maia vs LaFlare is just a few days away and we already posted our free betting tip as well as 2 other tips to our CapperTek profile. Sign up and deposit at Draft Kings to get in on the action. A $5 deposit will get you a 100% first deposit bonus, a free entry to the $25k tourney and 30 days of our betting tips (a $24.95 value) free if you follow these steps. One thing we really liked about Draft Kings previously is the relatively high salaries meant it took a lot of skill to fit a good mix of guys on your team for under $50k. Unfortunately, for UFC Fight Night 62, it seems they have abandoned this strategy in favour of lower salaries that make the game easier overall. The bad thing about this is there’s more luck and less skill involved, especially long term where you would really get paid off for consistently picking strong underdogs.

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