Posted Wednesday, February 24, 2010 06:20 PM
Just a heads up that my capping has been pathetic as of late and if you're smart you'll fade me.
I do really like these plays though.
UNC +2.5 4 units
Virginia Tech PK 3 units
Purdue -2.5 3 units
Memphis -2.5 2.5units
Baylor -6 2 units
Posted Wednesday, January 27, 2010 05:23 PM
Each play is the same 1 unit.
LA Lakers -6
Oklahoma City -6
San Antonio/Atlanta under 195
Posted Wednesday, January 27, 2010 05:16 PM
All are equal size 1 unit.
Illinois St +6.5
Missouri St -14
Central Fla +5.5
Ohio St -10.5
Temple/Charlotte under 130.5
Texas A&M/Oklahoma St under 136.5
Posted Friday, January 15, 2010 01:01 AM
Play against (fade) Julian Benneteau in his next match. Hopefully the 1st round of the Australian Open. He lost to a far superior Gasquet tonight but after he had 3 set points go bye bye against Gasquet in the 2nd set he looked and acted completely shell shocked and lost the match on a Gasquet volley he was right there for but it hit the cord and bounced over him and to the left hitting the outside of the line to be broken for the match.
He will not recover from that in his next match. I have seen that look many times before. Maybe we get a big dog against him.
Posted Friday, January 15, 2010 12:51 AM
He will be in the top 8 at the end of the year. He still needs to play into match fitness, but tonight he won with ease. The score 6-4 7-5 wasn't a blowout but he looked like he could turn it on when ever he wanted. At 4-4 in the first he held service and then broke JB for the set.
In the 2nd set he was down a break serving 3-5 0-40 and saved 3 set points and then broke JB, held serve to go up 6-5 and broke him again for the 7-5 set.
I really don't care for the French players but watch out for him.
Posted Monday, November 02, 2009 06:46 PM
I am not a parlay person at all, but I really love these two games tonight so have used them together in a parlay and win reverses.
New Orleans -3
First post to my blog and believe it should be a good start. I do cap all sports so take a peek now and again to either tail or fade.