I was just looking for a little advice/discussion about when there is value playing the runline compared to moneyline and what the cutoff point is. I will give you a couple examples and they may not be exact but close. Yesterday I played Boston on the reverse runline because I got it at +205 compared to moneyline at +135. Thats 70 cents which seemed to high for a team like Boston and in that situation. On the other side last night the Cards were +120 but on the reverse runline they were only +165 a difference of just 45 cents. I made the mistake of playing runline again but I thought about it right after game had started and thought I had made a mistake, which I did, just because of the lack of value. This also showed with Rockies backers yesterday. They were -151 moneyline and -110 runline a difference of only 41 cents. Once again I was suckered in by the less juice but lost. I am not upset about losing a bet but making the mistake due to lack of value. One more I noticed but I know there are a lot more is Seattle was +220 moneline but a whopping +370 on the reverse runline. I saw the huge value and liked Seattle anyway with Verlander off high pitch count but messed up by not playing runline despite a 150 difference. Should I have just taken the Seattle play and split units. I would love to hear thoughts from some of you. I dont wanna hear just dont play runlines becaue there is value in them.