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1. I see you put out a free play pretty much every day. How far off are these "free" plays from your paid service?
The Free Plays are games I had under consideration for 'paid selections' that just failed to make the cut. They are rated as 1-unit plays and should be played accordingly.
2. I was looking at your play ratings and noticed that most of your plays are from 3-5 Star plays. However, you do offer 10-Star plays. That is a big jump, how do you distinguish a 10-Star play and how come there is such a gap in your rankings?
The 3-5 star ratings reflect a percentage of bankroll. They represent the strength of value associated with the play, with 3* being a medium selection, 4* a strong selection and 5* a very strong selection. I reserve 10* plays for extremely strong 'Top Play' selections. 10* plays are rare and occur once or twice per season per sport. I don't believe in using 10* games just for the sake of promotion. I would prefer they stand alone and differentiate themselves from lesser rated games.
3. Are there any specific teams in specific sports that you tend to like to release plays on more than others? Do you have any bogey teams that you like to stay away from, or any teams you feel have had good fortunes with over the years and are more willing to put a play out on their games?
Because every game is a different handicap, I choose not to 'fall in love with' or 'stay away' from certain teams. That being said, there are certain coaches that have tendency patterns that are more predictable than others. Learning to identify these coaches and their personalities is an added edge that not a lot of bookmakers take the time to analyze.
4. I have noticed that you often have your plays released the night before a game is played. What do you find the Pros and Cons are in getting your plays out nice and early?
For openers there is more value to be found off an opening line as opposed to waiting until the game has been played by the sharps. Because we are almost always ahead of the line moves we gain an advantage from the onset. And in the end, value is the name of the game. In addition, we don't like being influenced by the moves of others.