Posted Monday, April 01, 2013 01:20 PM
Started this strategy after the all-star break last year, had good success with simply chasing home favorites. Then I expanded to home dogs, away dogs, over/unders and landed at TTR. Player props can be tossed in at times as well. Miguel Cabrera is going to be favored every day, there will be good spots to fade him and others this season.
I will not be providing essays to support the situations I have chosen to chase, it takes long enough to conclude so if you're looking for some sort of handicapping analysis this is not the place to rest. All that matters is + or - $$$. All plays are one unit unless specified otherwise.
Bos/Nyy: Under 8
Posted Sunday, February 17, 2013 01:01 PM
Billy Haas hangs on to win. +130
Posted Wednesday, August 15, 2012 10:21 PM
As fast as I could realize I in-correctly mobile wagered rangers for tomorrow to avoid sweep instead of today my love and hate for each team reversed. only in gambling
Posted Sunday, August 12, 2012 01:25 PM
Adam Scott under 71
Steve Stricker under 71.5
Posted Friday, August 10, 2012 12:53 PM
So far only a few people are under par today and they were the ones who started in the morning with slight breeze. Now that it has picked up to 40 mph gusts the boys teeing off in the afternoon are screwed. Daly is at 73.5 and I'm hitting that over. Daly always blows up after a good round and given the course is a whole new monster his long ball is negated.
Posted Friday, August 03, 2012 04:39 PM
Overnight line stayed steady at -170 then went down to -160 very quickly this morning. What do the sharps see in Brad Hand? His short stint in the show last year was awful and his numbers in AAA are not stellar, especially on the road. Not sure what they see here but my $ is on the home team. Minor redboard, game in bottom of 1st.
Posted Friday, July 20, 2012 02:24 AM
Johnson, 7 birdies and 2 bogeys yesterday; he is at at 69.5. It's not like he shot a 62 and has the stigma of following up a good round with another good round. With only light rain in forecast Royal Lytham is cruisin' for another bruisin'.
Adam Scott is 70.5 at -110. He shooting over par after yesterday's waltz would be shocking to say the least.
Posted Monday, September 27, 2010 05:34 PM
Ohio State(-18). Last week Jimmy T proved that he will run up the score any chance he gets for he has a good feeling his undefeated team will be compared to the likes of Boise St. and TCU at the end of the year to determine who will play an undefeated Alabama or a one loss Alabama. Only thing they can do to assure themselves they wont get screwed out of that BCS title game is score score score. Illinois is going with a red shirt freshman at qb who is completing 54% of his passes against Missouri, Southern Illinois and Northern Illinios. Illinios' bread and butter this year has been running the football. Well it sucks for them that Ohio State is 5th in the nation in rush defense averaging 90 a game(Miami ran for 120). Ohio State is 8th in the nation in total yards(506 gm.) and 3rd in total points scored(49.2) and will score at will. I'd be surprised if Illinios manages to put 10 points on the board and we know what type of points T.P. can put up. This won't be a close game. Ohio State big.
Posted Thursday, October 01, 2009 07:56 PM
I tried a green dot pre-paid card and another pre-paid visa card to deposit on bookmaker.com but nothing works. Anyone have any ideas? Before those used to be 100% effective everywhere...