Vincent Moretti 26-11 70
David Lagos 33-10 77
Timothy Larkin Jr. 29-13 69
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[ Vincent Moretti ]      UTSA @ Middle Tennessee: UTSA -4.5 (-108)  Win      NY Mets @ Atlanta: Over 6.5 (-115)  Win      Miami @ Milwaukee: Milwaukee -1.5 (+135)  Loss      Minnesota @ Detroit: Over 7 (-117)  Push      |      [ David Lagos ]      Washington @ UCLA: Under 65 (-115)  Loss      Philadelphia @ Washington: Under 8.5 (+100)        Pittsburgh @ St. Louis: St. Louis -1.5 (-103)  Loss      Chi White Sox @ San Diego: Chi White Sox +1.5 (-125)  Win      |      [ Timothy Larkin Jr. ]      Tulane @ Houston: Over 51.5 (-105)  Loss      Baltimore @ NY Yankees: Baltimore +1.5 (-140)  Win      Boston @ Toronto: Over 8 (-107)  Win      Arizona @ San Francisco: Under 7 (+100)  Loss
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Records for Last 90 Days FOR DAVID LAGOS

David Lagos has won 10069 picks and lost 7085 since he started (59%). Below are the detailed records for David Lagos for each week including today's picks which are released live after the start of the game.  

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Friday, September 30, 2022
Chi White Sox vs San Diego:
Chi White Sox +1.5 (-125) Win
Pittsburgh vs St. Louis:
St. Louis -1.5 (-103) Loss

Washington vs UCLA:
Under 65 (-115) Loss
Thursday, September 29, 2022
Baltimore vs Boston:
Boston -1.5 (+131) Win
Oakland vs LA Angels:
Over 7 (-115) Loss
Wednesday, September 28, 2022
LA Dodgers vs San Diego:
LA Dodgers -130 Win

Miami vs NY Mets:
Miami +1.5 (-125) Win

NY Yankees vs Toronto:
Over 7 (-110) Win
Tampa Bay vs Cleveland:
Over 6.5 (-120) Loss
Tuesday, September 27, 2022
Arizona vs Houston:
Houston -1.5 (-105) Win

Baltimore vs Boston:
Over 9 (-122) Win

LA Dodgers vs San Diego:
Under 7.5 (-120) Win

Oakland vs LA Angels:
Under 7.5 (+100) Win
Monday, September 26, 2022
Atlanta vs Washington:
Atlanta -1.5 (-150) Win

Cincinnati vs Pittsburgh:
Pittsburgh -154 Win

Dallas vs NY Giants:
Dallas +1 (-105) Win
Sunday, September 25, 2022
Cleveland vs Texas:
Over 8 (-106) Win

LA Angels vs Minnesota:
LA Angels -112 Win

San Diego vs Colorado:
San Diego -1.5 (-105) Win
Detroit vs Chi White Sox:
Over 7.5 (-115) Loss
Saturday, September 24, 2022
Arizona vs California:
Over 50.5 (-110) Win

Baylor vs Iowa State:
Over 45 (-110) Win

Cleveland vs Texas:
Cleveland -123 Win

Detroit vs Chi White Sox:
Over 8.5 (-115) Win

Florida vs Tennessee:
Over 62 (-115) Win

Houston Baptist vs Texas State:
Texas State -27.5 (-109) Win

James Madison vs Appalachian State:
Over 57 (-105) Win

LA Tech vs South Alabama:
South Alabama -13 (-110) Win

Middle Tennessee vs Miami-FL:
Middle Tennessee +25.5 (-110) Win

Milwaukee vs Cincinnati:
Over 8 (-108) Win

New Mexico vs LSU:
Under 45 (-110) Win

Texas Southern vs UTSA:
Over 65 (-109) Win

Washington vs Miami:
Miami -1.5 (+105) Win
Akron vs Liberty:
Over 52.5 (-110) Loss

Boston College vs Florida State:
Under 48 (-110) Loss

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Bio for David Lagos

David Lagos also known as "QuickSilver", a name given to him by Anthony Moretti for his flashy style and complete disregard for the cost of a good time. David Lagos is the son of an insurance salesman from sunny Arizona. David was taught the importance of persuasion through verbal communication from his father’s experience peddling insurance. David found this tool very valuable and was no stranger to the females from an early age.

With over 300 days of sunshine per year in Arizona, David was lucky to focus much of his childhood playing baseball and football or any activity that allowed him to soak up the sunshine. Growing up in a household of Arizona Wildcats fans, David envied how athletes were treated and how they were placed on a high pedestal. David’s entire childhood was surrounded by sports and he wanted nothing more than to become a successful athlete.

Upon graduating high school, David accepted an offer to play football for a Division I school in the south. While David was an excellent quarterback in his own right he was more notorious for his desire to party. David was a highly touted football player with a thirst for the good life. David admits that more time was spent on the late night scene rather than on the football field. David ultimately became known as the go to man for any campus celebrations and with this level of fame followed the women.

While David never actually fulfilled his dream of becoming a famous athlete, he left the South with a degree in Business Administration and four job offers before he was even awarded his diploma. David’s charismatic and charming personality won him over with many crowds and allowed him the opportunity enter the sports management field. David’s focus and career goal shifted to becoming a sports agent. David’s hard work and determination was not paying off quick enough and he soon began making weekend trips to Las Vegas to place bets on football, basketball and even baseball to help supplement his income and experience the night life in Vegas. It was during a trip to Las Vegas where David was introduced to the art of sports handicapping.

David soon picked up on the amount of money tourists and gamblers alike were losing to the books. David’s competitive nature kicked in and his focus began to shift more towards helping himself and others beat the books. After years of networking, researching and satisfying clients all over the globe, Cashin Tickets is proud to enlist the services of David Lagos, AKA "The Player". David’s desire for flash and cash is what drives him the most and there is no better place in the world to make money than in Las Vegas. A man with such a lifestyle was a born winner.