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 doesn’t 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 doesn’t matter if the Dow falls and even a recession in the economy. It doesn’t 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. Shouldn’t it be? After all the stock market is supposed to make people money.

 

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Monday Update from the Desert: Insiders Hold Nothing Back; Aggressive NFL Sunday Nets +720x Units

Monday Update from the Desert: Insiders Hold Nothing Back; Aggressive NFL Sunday Nets +720x Units

Nov 23 2020
Our sources definitely cranked it up yesterday. A day after a relatively slow college football Saturday, and a disappointing one at that, our insiders came out of the gates swinging yesterday. We followed their lead and wound up releasing a total of 15 plays, 13 of which were our highest rated, no limit 500x type. The final result was an 8-7 day, and we wound up with +720x units to show for our work. Yes it would have been nice to clear more than 1,000x units overall (or more), but we will take the winning day nonetheless. That actually represented winning day #11 of 15, and we will look to close out the betting week with another winner on Monday Night Football. Tonight’s matchup is a good one, with the Rams travelling to take on Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. This will be our last chance to cash on the gridiron before the Thanksgiving holiday this Thursday. There aren’t any games scheduled for Tuesday or Wednesday, so we need to keep things on the plus side with another winner tonight. Of course everyone knows our history on Thanksgiving. It’s a traditional holiday feast for our syndicates, in more ways than one. They make it a point to crush it every single year on Thanksgiving and we expect nothing different from them this year. So if you want to partake in the holiday winnings, make sure you are signed up for Thursday. But if you want to add to those winnings, you need to be on board with us tonight as well! It never hurts to pad that bankroll for Thursday! Let’s make it winning day #12 of 16! Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Sunday Update from the Desert: Winning Streak Halted as College Football Saturday Produces Yet Another Letdown

Sunday Update from the Desert: Winning Streak Halted as College Football Saturday Produces Yet Another Letdown

Nov 22 2020
We were hoping to build off the momentum we had been building throughout the week. The belief was the college football slate on Saturday would produce winning day #11 of 14. Instead, a 1-4 day left us wanting. It started ominously with a pair of losers in the early slate. Temple was never in it against a poor East Carolina team. Ohio State, installed as a -20˝-point favorite despite facing an undefeated Indiana team, let a 35-7 lead evaporate and held on for a 42-35 victory. UCLA was next up and delivered (thankfully), but the final two games of the night only added to the misery of a wasted day. Tennessee (+10˝) actually took an early 10-0 lead against Auburn, but allowed the Tigers to reel off 27 unanswered points. Still, things didn’t look lost when the Vols drove the length of the field to score what looked like a backdoor cover with a little over four minutes to play. Auburn successfully ran clock and actually had their offense on the field with a 4th and 10 from the Vols 33-yard line. It appeared they would run one more play and turn it over to Tennessee. But Auburn then called a time out and sent the field goal unit on, to which Anders Carlson promptly nailed a 50-yard field goal to sink us. That was particularly galling to us, since we were banking on that cover to offset the obvious L we were going to take on Oklahoma State, which never showed up in its Bedlam matchup against Oklahoma. So a 1-4 day pretty much wiped out what we had gained over the previous five days. It sucks to be sure, and leaves us frustrated since the streak we had been riding was producing small winning days. Of course everyone knows our mantra is to win big and lose small. Unfortunately that was not the case this week. The only thing we can do is rebound today and get back on the winning side. Small, big, it doesn’t matter. As long as we come out on top today. We know 10 of 14 winning days is not enough. We MUST break through in a big way. That’s the mission today. Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Saturday Update from the Desert: Insiders Keep Momentum Going with +620x Unit Friday; Win or $ Back Saturday Today!

Saturday Update from the Desert: Insiders Keep Momentum Going with +620x Unit Friday; Win or $ Back Saturday Today!

Nov 21 2020
Our sources delivered winning day #10 of 13 last night and kept the momentum going in our favor. A 3-2 night produced +620x units of profit and sets the stage for what is lining up to be a huge weekend. We are expecting the action to ramp up and our syndicates actually gave us a glimpse of that last night by releasing five plays. Word around the campfire is we will see quite a bit of action today. As such we are once again releasing today’s lineup as a win or money back guarantee. You purchase today’s package and we win, you win. If we lose, we refund your purchase immediately and will give you NFL Sunday free of charge! That’s the best offer you’re going to find, folks. Nobody out there has access to the resources we do. We are the only entity that has access to the real insiders of the industry. As such we will always be your best option at long term winning in the world of sports betting. We are in the midst of a solid run, having delivered 10 of 13 winning days. That streak will only grow today. With Thanksgiving only five days away you want to keep adding to those profits! Sign up now and let our insiders do the rest! Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Friday Update from the Desert: Snitch Makes it 9 of 12 Winning Days Thanks to 500x No Limit Winner on Seahawks; Busy Weekend on Tap

Friday Update from the Desert: Snitch Makes it 9 of 12 Winning Days Thanks to 500x No Limit Winner on Seahawks; Busy Weekend on Tap

Nov 20 2020
We kept the momentum going last night, despite a tough beat with Tulane. The 1-1 split netted us +170x units and meant we cashed for the 9th time in the last 12 days. A 500x no limit winner on Seattle paved the way for us to cash in again. It should have been a 2-0 sweep, however. Tulane led most of the way against Tulsa, and held a 14-0 lead going into the 4th quarter. In addition to that, the Green Wave had knocked out starting quarterback Zach Smith in the 1st quarter and 2nd stringer Seth Boomer in the 3rd. Third-stringer Brin Davis led the comeback, delivering a 37-yard Hail Mary touchdown pass on 4th down at the end of regulation. Tulane then lost it in the 2nd overtime when QB Michael Pratt threw a pick-6. It was a tough beat for sure, but thankfully it wasn’t anything that cost us a winning day. The Seahawks made sure of that and our insiders played the card beautifully to ensure we wound up cashing. Our sources have been consistently delivering for us throughout this stretch due in large part to the fact they’ve dialed back their units and shrunk the board. They’ve been picking off games for us, and we’ve been posting the ratings accordingly for each pick. No we aren’t breaking the bank, but we have been gaining consistently over the past 12 days and we expect this run to blossom even more. Like this weekend, for instance. We’ve got a busy slate on the college board, despite the fact there’s been 13 games postponed due to COVID. It wouldn’t surprise us to see our syndicates open things up for us tomorrow, as well as on NFL Sunday. That should set us up nicely for Thanksgiving next week. Everyone knows that is a huge holiday for us. One that we typically not only cash in on, but do so in a BIG way! Let’s keep this momentum going tonight folks! Winning day #10 of 13 is coming up! Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Thursday Update from the Desert: Insiders Keep Momentum Going with 300x Winner on Western Michigan; Cardinals-Seahawks Tonight = Winning Day #9 of 12

Thursday Update from the Desert: Insiders Keep Momentum Going with 300x Winner on Western Michigan; Cardinals-Seahawks Tonight = Winning Day #9 of 12

Nov 19 2020
Our syndicates kept the momentum going with a smooth 300x winner on Western Michigan last night. Even though there were three MACtion games on the slate, our sources dialed it back and picked off the one game they had circled as the clear-cut favorite among the others. This sniper approach is something we have seen in the past from them, and to be honest it’s been extremely effective when they use it. Don’t get the wrong impression here. We aren’t suggesting they are forcing plays on days when we have high volume. That’s not the case at all. All we’re saying is if our groups aren’t enamored with the card on days when there aren’t many games, they simply dial it back and “sniper” the one they feel best about. It’s kept the momentum in our favor this week. Going back to the Monday Night contest, we are riding a 3-1 streak that’s netted us +890x units. We will take stretches like that for the rest of the year and we know you will too. With Thanksgiving a week from today we are going to keep this momentum going. Everyone knows that’s one of our biggest days of the year, so the goal is to keep crushing it on a daily basis leading up to it. As for tonight, we’ve got a dandy for Thursday Night Football. The Cardinals, fresh off their “Hail Murray” victory over the Bills, travel to take on the Seahawks and the suddenly struggling Russell Wilson. In addition to that, we’ve got one college game as well with Tulane visiting Tulsa. As always, we will look to keep the streak going tonight. We also want to stress the importance of following now, not only because we are in the midst of a nice little run, but also because of how big Thanksgiving is for us. Our syndicates have made it a point to not only cash in on that holiday, but cash in BIG. Winning day #9 of 12 goes tonight. Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Wednesday Update from the Desert: Insiders Deliver Small Winning Tuesday; MACtion Continues Tonight with a Trio of Games

Wednesday Update from the Desert: Insiders Deliver Small Winning Tuesday; MACtion Continues Tonight with a Trio of Games

Nov 18 2020
Two games last night in the MAC and our syndicates were on both of them. They did, however, dial down their units considerably on each game and we posted each one accordingly. The result was a 1-1 split, but we wound up collecting +90x units of profit for the night. A 200x winner on Bowling Green (+32) and a 100x loss on Akron (+26), which at first looked like those results would be reversed. Bowling Green was behind 35-3 heading into the 4th quarter and it looked like we would drop that play. But the Falcons managed two touchdowns to cut the deficit to 35-17 before Buffalo scored again for the final margin. It was a nice rally by Bowling Green and secured the winning night. Akron, on the other hand, was very much in their game against Kent State. The score was tied at 28 before a Golden Flashes TD with :21 remaining in the first half put them up by seven. We felt great about our chances staying within the large number, but Kent State absolutely ran away with it in the second half, out scoring the Zips 34-7 in the 69-35 victory. Still, a small winning day beats a losing day EVERY day! We will take that and move on to tonight, where our syndicates will look to make it eight winning days in the last 11. Yes, we continue to make small gains. We are grinding it out right now and the consensus is the floodgates will be opening soon. Thanksgiving is next week and everyone knows what our record is with football on that day. Year after year we have delivered monster performances on that holiday, so the fact we are on a little roll right now means we should be hitting the ground running next Thursday. Before we get ahead of ourselves, there’s more work to be done. Our syndicates continue to grind it out around the clock, so expect those gains to continue. Winning day #8 of 11 goes tonight. Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Tuesday Update from the Desert: Insiders Deliver MNF Winner on Vikings; MACtion Tonight

Tuesday Update from the Desert: Insiders Deliver MNF Winner on Vikings; MACtion Tonight

Nov 17 2020
Our sources finished the betting week on a high note, cashing with the Vikings (-3) in their 19-13 victory over the slumping Bears. It was a great call by our sources, as they were not fazed at all by the fact Kirk Cousins had not won a Monday Night game in nine starts, or that Minnesota had a four-game losing streak against the Bears. They obviously felt the Vikings were the better team (they were) and that laying the points wouldn’t be a big deal against the anemic offense of Chicago. The fact of the matter is Minnesota really should have won this game going away. But turnovers and a 104-yard kickoff return for a TD to start the second half by Chicago’s Cordarrelle Patterson made the game a lot closer. Still, the end result is all that matters and we are happy to close out the betting week with a win. We are going to ride that small wave of momentum into tonight, where MACtion takes center stage to start the new betting week. Two games are scheduled, Buffalo at Bowling Green, and Akron at Kent State. It’s still too early to determine how much action we will have, but rest assure our syndicates will be active. With six winning days out of the last nine, we are looking to ramp things up. More profitable days and longer spans between non-winning days. Not to mention win big, lose small. All of this is on the table and we are beyond confident this small successful stretch will expand into an extended, profitable run! Let’s start out the new betting week the way we ended the last one...on the winning side! Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Monday Update from the Desert: Strange Results Sunday; Cardinals Decision to Take a Knee on Extra Point Winds Up Costing Snitch Backers a Winning Day

Monday Update from the Desert: Strange Results Sunday; Cardinals Decision to Take a Knee on Extra Point Winds Up Costing Snitch Backers a Winning Day

Nov 16 2020
It was a strange Sunday in the NFL, and it was particularly painful for those who backed the Browns and Cardinals. Anyone who backed those two chalks has to feel like they got kicked squarely in the nuts after what went down in each game. As for anyone who backed both of them, we really feel your pain. In the Browns game, Cleveland needed to get a first down to secure victory over the Texans. On 3rd and 3 with 1:07 remaining, Nick Chubb broke free down the left sidelines and was headed for paydirt. Instead of a touchdown which would have put Cleveland (-4˝) up nine with the extra point pending, he intentionally stepped out of bounds on the 1-yard line. Baker Mayfield took a knee on the ensuing play to secure the Browns victory. In Arizona, the Cardinals were ahead 26-23 with :34 remaining when the Bills scored a touchdown to go up 30-26. All seemed lost at that point, but Kyler Murray heaved a desperation Hail Mary with :02 left. Somehow DeAndre Hopkins went up and snatched the heave with three Bills surrounding him, giving Arizona the win. All the Cards had to do was kick the extra point and Arizona backers (including the Snitch) would have walked away with a push. Instead, coach Kliff Kingsbury ordered his team to take a knee, and the Cards (-3) walked out with a 32-30 victory. Ouch. Days like yesterday are what drive sports bettors crazy. We know there’s a flip side to those games, the ones who had the dog in each game. Those are the people who are counting their blessings and celebrating like they won the Powerball contest, which is essentially what they did when you consider the odds. As it is, we wound up finishing 4-4 for the day and dropped -300x units. But, considering the events that transpired against us with the Cardinals game, it feels like we lost so much more. We can’t even imagine the anguish those who backed both the Cards and Browns are feeling today. On to Monday Night Football! Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Sunday Update from the Desert: Insiders Deliver on Promise of High Volume Saturday; 15 Total Plays Nets Us +610x Units Overall

Sunday Update from the Desert: Insiders Deliver on Promise of High Volume Saturday; 15 Total Plays Nets Us +610x Units Overall

Nov 15 2020
We had anticipated a busy Saturday. Word around the campfire was our sources were going to attack the board. Fifteen plays later, it was safe to say they lived up to their word. When the dust had settled we wound up with +610x units for all our work. It could have been even better, but we’ll take the results. We’re talking specifically about the Penn State game against Nebraska, when the Nittany Lions were stopped on back-to-back, goal-to-go possessions late in the game. A touchdown on either one would have secured our play on the over, and given us a chance to cash on the side, depending on how it played out. Considering we posted the total at 400x and the side at 300x, it would have meant at worst we would have collected +70x on that game, instead of dropping -770x. It equated to an 840x swing on that one game alone. But, again, that’s sports betting for you. We take the good with the bad and we move on to the next day. Like today. NFL Sunday. Today’s slate is a little different than normal Sundays in that there are only five early games on the card, versus seven late games including the Sunday Night contest. So while we expect another aggressive day in terms of volume, be patient because the tips will be a little more spread out. Regardless of how the schedule is, one thing is for certain; we expect today to be much more profitable than yesterday. As such, we are once again offering today’s package as a win or money back refund. Sign up and take advantage folks. It’s Week 10 for crying out loud! What are you waiting for? Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Saturday Update from the Desert: Friday Setback Means Today = Win or Money Back Refund!

Saturday Update from the Desert: Friday Setback Means Today = Win or Money Back Refund!

Nov 14 2020
Instead of building off Thursday’s success, we took a step back as the dogs got slapped around last night. The 0-3 finish was certainly a disappointment, but it’s not going to deter our insiders from making some noise today. As such we are once again offering a win or money back refund for today’s package. And, like the last time, in addition to refunding your purchase today if we lose, we will give you Sunday’s NFL lineup for free. Again, you purchase today’s package and we win, you win. We lose, we refund your purchase AND give you NFL Sunday for free! We know our sources are right on the cusp of delivering another patented run. We’ve seen traces of it happening this week with winning days on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. Four of six winning days heading into today. All signs are pointing to that breakout. We anticipate another classic day, that 7-1 or 12-3 Snitch clinic, and it wouldn’t surprise us at all to see it happen this weekend. Like today. Take advantage of our win or money back refund plus NFL Sunday for free. We will let today’s results speak for themselves. Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Friday Update from the Desert: Insiders Bounce Back with 3-1 Thursday; We Will Open the Throttle This Weekend!

Friday Update from the Desert: Insiders Bounce Back with 3-1 Thursday; We Will Open the Throttle This Weekend!

Nov 13 2020
A nice rebound last night as our sources paved the way to a 3-1 finish which was good for +510x units. Included was a no limit 500x winner on the over in the Colts-Titans game. That was our first no limit play since the Monday Night winner on the Jets. It’s true our syndicates had throttled back after absorbing such a rough stretch last week. But that doesn’t mean they were shaken by that losing streak. Not in the least bit. Instead they regrouped, refocused and got back in the lab to correct what was wrong. There’s a time to be aggressive in this business and there’s a time to dial it back. They went for the latter and now that things are turning around we expect them to start opening the throttle again. Like this weekend, for example. The board has certainly shrunk for Saturday’s college football slate, with 11 games either being suspended or postponed, but that doesn’t mean there still won’t be ample opportunities to clean up. They’ve already got several games in their crosshairs, and we expect the solid performance to continue through the weekend. That includes, of course, the games tonight lest you thought we were overlooking them! We are slowly building momentum folks. Four of five winning days this week and we are looking for more. Again, we won’t stop working. Even when this streak makes up all the lost ground and we are back on the plus side we will keep hammering away with our syndicates. The goal was to finish this football season equal to or better than last year, when we wound up with +7,715x units of profit, NFL and college combined. There’s still a bunch of work to be done, but by the time the Super Bowl champion is crowned we WILL be at least at last season’s mark! Let’s go! Time to cash on winning day #5 of 6! Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Thursday Update from the Desert: Snitch Takes Step Back After Three Straight Winning Days; Colts-Titans NFL TNF

Thursday Update from the Desert: Snitch Takes Step Back After Three Straight Winning Days; Colts-Titans NFL TNF

Nov 12 2020
After taking three steps forward, we took a step back last night with a woeful 0-3 day in MACtion. It was essentially a carbon copy of the previous Wednesday when we were also shut out. All is not lost. Like we stated yesterday, it’s imperative you remove emotions from the equation. Yes everything went against us last night, but it’s not the end of the world. The three previous days gave us some traction and allowed us to make up for some of the previous weeks’ losses. The momentum has not disappeared. We hit a bump in the road, that’s all. Tonight we have Thursday Night Football, along with one college game between Colorado State and Boise State. Our syndicates, despite yesterday’s results, are still dialed in. We are 100% confident they are going to get back on track tonight and deliver winning day #4 of 5. It’s important to recognize that losing days will be interspersed here and there, even during a hot streak. Take last year, for example. During the 2019 NBA postseason we reeled off an incredible 73-27 run during the month of May. Now, did that mean we won every single day during that stretch? Of course not. It just seemed like it because of the incredible winning percentage over such a large sample size. The point we’re trying to make is this: despite losing last night, our confidence remains sky high that our sources are not only going to get us back on track tonight, but reel off another impressive win streak. Then, if all goes according to plan, that’s when we will see numbers that approach the run from last May. With all that being said, we are in bounce back mode tonight. Again, our confidence is through the roof, so it wouldn’t be wise to bet against us. That goes for tonight and the foreseeable future. Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Wednesday Update from the Desert: Insiders Start New Betting Week Off With a BANG! 5-1 MACtion Tuesday Nets +1,560x Units

Wednesday Update from the Desert: Insiders Start New Betting Week Off With a BANG! 5-1 MACtion Tuesday Nets +1,560x Units

Nov 11 2020
Yesterday’s MACtion went a helluva lot better than last week. Our sources delivered a 5-1 clinic and we collected a total of +1,560x units for the day. That brought our three-day count to 13 wins against four losses, and we’ve totaled +3,310x units during that span. You could say that this has all the makings of another classic Snitch run. We’ve seen these patterns before and they usually lead to extended winning streaks that deliver untold amounts of profits. We know there’s still tons of work to be done. In fact, we won’t stop saying that regardless of how well things are going. Because it applies every day to us whether we’re in the midst of a strong winning streak or struggling through a rough slide. That’s what our sources do. Grind it out every single day to put themselves, and us, in the best possible position to cash in. The thing about our syndicates is this; you can never tell how well or how poorly things are going because they never change their demeanor. Good or bad, it’s the same every day. That’s the reason for their long-term success. They remove all emotions from the equation so it doesn’t adversely affect what they’re trying to accomplish. It’s difficult, to be sure. Hell all of us have been guilty of it at one time or another. Letting a losing streak dictate how one makes their next wager. Just think if last week’s losing streak caused you to sit out the last three days. Those are winners you will never get back. It’s why our sources have been able to achieve long-term success year after year. Because they don’t let a bad day or even a bad week cloud their judgement in how they attack the next day. With all that being said, please remember to keep your emotions in check and make this a positive experience! We are here to remove the stress as much as possible so you can look at this as pure entertainment! It should never be life or death with each wager. Yes things are going well right now, but we know there’s a lot more winning that needs to be done to make up for last week. Our hopes are that this is just the beginning of another patented run. There’s more opportunities tonight as MACtion continues! Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Tuesday Update from the Desert: Insiders Deliver 3-0 MNF Sweep; Still a Ton of Work Ahead of Us

Tuesday Update from the Desert: Insiders Deliver 3-0 MNF Sweep; Still a Ton of Work Ahead of Us

Nov 10 2020
Monday Night Football did not produce the most exciting match up ever, but nevertheless our insiders were bound and determined to expose it and profit off it in any way possible. We wound up posting three plays on the game, the Jets full game side, first half side, and the full game over the total. We wound up with the 3-0 sweep which translated to +850x units total. While it was a good way to wrap up what had been a brutal betting week for us, we understand and acknowledge there is a ton of work that needs to be done. We told everyone yesterday to trust us, that our syndicates were dialed in and were about to take us on a run. We want to reiterate that. The last two days have been the starting point for a run that we expect to make up for last week and more. We are not going to jump up and down and celebrate these last two days. It’s business here as usual at the Snitch. What we want you to do is simply follow along and pay attention, keep track of the results and see for yourself. Basically what we’re saying is we’ve been around long enough to know a classic run is about to happen. As we stated before, the last two days are just the starting point. This has all the makings of a classic clinic. The kind where we see an extended winning streak that lasts the better part of a month. We’re stopping short of calling our shot, but you get the picture. MACtion takes center stage again tonight. Our syndicates are bound and determined to make up for last Wednesday’s poor showing there. They’ve got today and tomorrow to do just that. Please trust us and know that we’ve been working our tails off to right the ship. Again, the last two days are just a taste of the breakout we are all about to witness. Trust the process. It will pay off. Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Monday Update from the Desert: Winning NFL Sunday, But Oh So Close to a HUGE Day; More Work Needs to Be Done

Monday Update from the Desert: Winning NFL Sunday, But Oh So Close to a HUGE Day; More Work Needs to Be Done

Nov 9 2020
Our insiders stopped the bleeding yesterday, delivering a 5-3 NFL Sunday that was good for +900x units. But we were so very, very close to a huge overall day. The Chargers wound up being a four game swing against us, since we had plays on the side and moneyline with the Bolts. Trailing by five they drove the length of the field and had not one, but TWO potential game winning catches come loose from the hands of their intended receivers. On the first, Mike Williams high pointed a perfect fade from Justin Herbert, only to have the ball get knocked out from his grasp when he landed in the endzone. Williams was hurt on the play and had to come out of the game, so on the final play Herbert went back to the same side again, this time to Donald Parham Jr., and it was actually ruled a touchdown on the field. But replays showed the ball coming loose and hitting the ground once Parham landed, negating what would have been the winning play. So instead of a solid 7-1 Sunday, we had to settle for the 5-3 finish. We won’t complain about the results as those are the things that happen in sports betting, but we will acknowledge the fact we need to start a serious run to make up for last week. Hopefully yesterday was the first step in that direction. Monday Night Football is not one of the league’s best matchups, as the 2-5 Patriots visit the winless Jets, but it will afford us an opportunity to build on yesterday’s results. Trust us, by what we know, that our syndicates are beyond dialed in for the week ahead. With COVID cases spiking again all over it’s led to some shutdowns in certain hot spots, but our syndicates are super confident in what this week will bring and are planning as such. We want you all to keep track of this because we WILL erase last week’s awful results. Let’s move this thing FORWARD! Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Sunday Update from the Desert: Snitch Will Try to Salvage Something from Hellish Week

Sunday Update from the Desert: Snitch Will Try to Salvage Something from Hellish Week

Nov 8 2020
We had talked about turning things around back on Thursday after the football week got off to a terrible start with Wednesday’s MACtion. That proved to be just the tip of a precipitous slide that has gotten worse with each passing day. Instead of unleashing the dogs of hell on the books, as was promised for the weekend, the dogs have turned and taken us down instead. Yesterday was just the latest in what’s been a miserable slide. A 3-9 embarrassment which dropped our weekly count to an abominable 7 wins against 20 losses. It’s a shame because there was such promise for the week. Now we are trying to salvage something, anything, from this guaranteed losing week. Let’s face it, even if we pull off one of those 12-3 or 7-0 days, it’s not going to make up for what has already been lost. That’s the tough thing about this industry. It humbles EVERYONE from time to time. Even the very best. Just when you think things have to turn because you’ve dropped three or four plays in a row, it can still keep beating you down. The main thing is we want to apologize for the awful slide this week. We can’t stress that enough. It pains us to the core when we lose, but even more when we go on a slide that hurts our followers. We know it will swing back in our favor (our sources are too good for it not to) but that’s not going to ease the pain of what we’ve endured the past four days. We have to let the results speak for themselves. Our sources, despite what it appears, have been working around the clock like they always do, and the belief is once it swings back in our favor we will see another strong stretch of winners. Until then, we apologize again for the terrible slide. We will make it up to our followers. Keep the faith. We will turn it around. Long live the Snitch. #VegasStrong
Thursday Update from the Desert: Astros 3 Strikes & Manfred’s No Balls = Joke

Thursday Update from the Desert: Astros 3 Strikes & Manfred’s 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 “never happen again” on his watch. That’s great. Kind of like when your teenager tells you he’ll never do it again when he gets caught screwing up. We aren’t sure about you all, but that makes us feel so much better. All is forgiven. This circus, and that’s 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 I’m sure the baseball world feels so much better. As a matter of fact, since the punishment was such a joke, what’s there to say other teams won’t 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? It’s not like the $5 million fine makes a difference (unless you’re 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 league’s uproar over the steroid era guys. Who can forget it? They (the assumed steroid users) are still being shunned by baseball. If the league didn’t 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 don’t 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 that’s a serious advantage. It’s essentially batting practice for crying out loud! The guessing game was eliminated altogether for the Astros’ hitters. Manfred’s punishment was tantamount to a "you're bad" finger waggle, and he’s a joke for doing nothing more. It can’t be because he’s afraid of the MLB player’s 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 Pandora’s 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
It’s been difficult for us out here in the desert since the news of Kobe Bryant’s tragic death yesterday. This is not easy to process. There have been other sports figures who have tragically lost their lives, so we aren’t 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 it’s 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. That’s 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. It’s also a reminder that there is evil in the world that hates us. Hates our way of life. It’s been 18 years since the attacks of 9/11, and unfortunately the war on terror still goes on. But it’s 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 Women’s 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 didn’t 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 everyone’s 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 wasn’t just the Women’s 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. It’s 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. There’s 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. There’s 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
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