Three bets on Eurocup


I thought a lot about the Eurocup bets I am set to post. The three games scheduled for Wednesday are strange games as, for example, as we can read in the Eurocup official website, in the first leg Spartak San Petersburg defeated Budivelnik 83-72, so Budivelnik needs a win by at least 12 points in order to reach the semifinals, while Spartak would go through with either a win or a loss by fewer than 10 points. So, let’s make three small bets. Very small.

Quarter finals – 2nd leg
Wednesday, March 12, 2013

Unics Kazan – Valencia: I bet Unics win @ 1.33, stake 2.

Lokomotiv Kuban – Buducnost: the same choice here, I prefer the home team: Lokomotiv @ 1.13, stake 2.

Budivelnik – Spartak San Petersburg: let’s back the Ukrainian team: Budivelnik @ 1.65, stake 2.

Stake 2 for every match, not more. Good luck.


Unics @ 1.33
stake 2

Lokomotiv @ 1.13
stake 2

Budivelnik @ 1.65
stake 2

V Green V Green V Green

Unics – Valencia 71-68
Lokomotiv – Budicnost 90-65
Budivelnik – Spartak 73-56

Bum ! Bum ! Bum !
Not so bad as first bets on Eurocup.

My March bets
N° Proofed Tips: 6
Results (W-D-L): 5-0-1
Staked: 34.00 units
Won : 33.08 units
Profit: -0.92 units


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