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Jon Orlando and the Krack man are back in Las Vegas, for more Wise Kracking this week!
After Dustin Johnson’s impressive win at the US Masters, and a stellar NFL Week 10, the guys have plenty to chop it up about.
Cleveland Browns running back, Nick Chubb running out of bounds with seconds to go in the game, instead of hightailing to the endzone, winning the football game but failing to cover the spread against the Texans, much to the dismay of many a sportsbook bettor.
Plus the even more outrageous last-second finish in the Cardinals Bills game, with Cards’ WR DeAndre Hopkins making the catching of the year, on a crazy last-second hail mary pass from QB Kylar Murray.
The guys have a great chat with famed UFC fighter, and accomplished podcaster, “The Cuban Missile Crisis”, Julian Marquez.
Julian has great insights into UFC, competition, and of course, the NFL season.
Krack and Jon turn their attention to the upcoming Week 11 in the NFL, and Billy weighs in on Jon’s most outrageous string of picks to date.
Jon kicks things off with perhaps his boldest pick of the season so far, by predicting he’s discovered the one and only season win, for the pitiful NY Jets, over the Chargers in LA this weekend.
Next match up, Jon jumps on the Pittsburgh Steelers vs the Jacksonville Jaguars, and makes another daring pick, going with Jags and the money line.
Jon dazzles again with his final “street cred pick of the week”, Cowboys over the Vikings and . . . You guessed it, the money line!
Jon finishes in high style with his three team “Dog Day Afternoon” parlay, and tells Krack he can buy a house with the winnings off this crazy bet.
The guys answer some great questions from the Twitterverse, before signing off, and leaving us eagerly awaiting the return of the Krack Man.
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Billy “Krackman” Krackomberger has made his living as a professional sports gambler for nearly three decades. You have seen him on ESPN, Gaming Today, and SiriusXM. His connections in the sports gambling industry run all the way to the top. His bets move the lines and regularly have him banned from books for being too sharp. Email: [email protected]More info on Bill Krackomberger
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