Documented Results as of May 11, 2015


Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Today's Line - Going Hyper-Aggressive

Magic Number to 55% - 18
Magic Number to 60% - 309

Cash Balance - $3.35
Bonus Balance - $9.13

Record to date:

Last Week1220037.5%-$10.6
Last Month8076151.3%-$10.86
Last 90 Days102101150.3%-$22.44
Last Year4394091551.8%-$36.92

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Well folks 2-3 is certainly better than 0-5 but still unacceptable. Of the three loses the biggest shock was San Jose a 4-1 favorite losing to Buffalo. The only thing I can say is that when San Jose plays again I'm jumping all over it. I'm sure they want to erase the memory of losing to the worst team in hockey as quickly as possible.

I'm going with 9 picks tonight. I know what you are thinking...what happened to the 1-3-5 system? This is a valid question. The reason I have so many picks out there is that for one all of them but 1 are ML picks. I feel that I will go 60% picking winners no matter how many picks there are. Two, two of these picks are over 10-1. The Spurs at home vs the Suns and Ball St at home vs Central Michigan. These two game are virtual locks.There is no mistake that I'm trying to make up some ground, however this is also a learning process for me to see if picking more games is actually the smart way to go.

Here are the picks.


C. Michigan @ Ball St (-1390): We talked about the MAC yesterday a bit and we saw last night just how top-heavy the conference is. Ball St is tied for first place in the west with N. Illinois playing the Chippewas who are gawdaful. Ball St is ranked int he top 20 in passing and points for while C Michigan is ranked in the bottom 100 in points against, and points for. The Cardinals needs to keep pace with N. Illinois and should have no issue with C. Michigan.


Pittsburgh (-140) @ New York Rangers: The Penguins are playing some great hockey right now with a +15 difference and 7-3 in their last 10. The Rangers...not so much. They are a -14 in the difference department and 2-2 at home. Look for Pittsburgh to continue their winning ways by making quick work of the Rangers.

Winnipeg @ Chicago (-267): Chicago dismantled the Jets on Saturday and then abruptly lose to Calgary on Sunday. They've had a few days to stew over it and will take their frustrations out on a team they already know how to beat.

 Nashville @ Colorado (-179): Colorado is ridding a 6 game win streak despite their goalies legal troubles. They welcome a Nashville team who is -9 in the differential department and 3-3-1 on the road. This is a team that is decent but just out-matched in this one.


Clippers (-292) @ Magic: I know that the Clippers are traveling to the east coast but I'm betting on the fact that they dealt Houston their first loss on Monday and Doc Rivers coaching will keep them focused against a dangerous Magic team. I see the Clippers establishing themselves inside and using the shooing of Reddick and the penetration threat of CP3 to open up the paint. The Magic should hang with them for a bit but the Clips pull away in the second half.

Pelicans @ Grizzles (-321): The Pelicans are decent and they are certainly worth a look in every game they play but the Grizzles have the experience and the shooters to stretch the Pelicans defense out to allow Gasol to have a big game.

Suns @ Spurs (-1393): The Spurs travel home for an easy one.

Mavericks @ Thunder (-279): Dallas is playing well no doubt about it. However this is the second game of a back-to-back on the road. The Thunder are at full strength with Westbrook back at the point and are so good at home. Look for Dallas to show its age a bit and fall late in the 4th.

Bulls/Pacers under at (182.5): Working the system. The Pacers played last night so they might be a bit tired and the defense will come eventually for the Bulls...right?

Keep An Eye On:

The Lowest Under: ATS: (3-2)

Can't seem to get on the right side of this. Going with it tonight again.

Fading Houston: ATS: (3-1-1)

Looks like fading Houston isn't such a good idea.
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Documented Results as of May 11, 2015