Documented Results as of July 20th 2018

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Heisman Trophy - Will Grier (QB West Virginia) +650 (L)
Heisman Trophy - Kyler Murray (QB Oklahoma) +950 (W)

2018 Regular Season MVP Award - Drew Brees +225
2018 Coach of the Year - Andy Reid +750
To Win Super Bowl - Rams +350

Reach Final 4 - Kansas +140
Reach Final 4 - Gonzaga +180
Reach Final 4 - Virginia +650
Reach Final 4 - Tennessee +1100
Reach Final 4 - Kansas State +2000
College Player of the Year - Zion Willamson -160

Central Division - Indiana Pacers +132
Western Conference - Houston Rockets +675
Eastern Conference - Boston Celtics -113
Eastern Conference - Philadelphia 76ers +380
Northwest Division - Denver Nuggets +200
Win NBA Championship - Warriors -160

NBA Most Valuable Player - Anthony Davis +400
NBA Most Valuable Player - Giannis Antetokounmpo +475

Saturday, June 20, 2015

Today's Line - Dead Wrong

Well folks I guess it't going to be that kind of week. I go 5-2 on CapperTek but the one play I put "real" money on that looked SO good on paper, both pitchers pitched like scrubs and it was a run fest.

Clearly I chose poorly.

Down 23% and $7.00 getting back to even is a pipe dream. I'm like a hitter that isn't comfortable at the plate. Not feeling volume betting and not feeling just one play a day, since both strategies go against some of my fundamentals of sports investing.

I think that is where I need to start; fundamentals.

1. Have a Goal: Hit 60% or better everyday.
2. Have a plan: Earn anywhere from 5% to 10% a week.
3. Don't play too many games. This will expose your bankroll if you have a bad day
4. Don't value one play too much over another.
5. Don't take a side if there are two good pitchers starting
6. Don't play run lines; if the ML is too much, parlay with another big favorite or pass.
7. Don't bet on struggling teams
8. Bullpens matter more than ever this year
9. Bet within your means. 10% to 20% of your bankroll a day

Let's see if I can get some traction on today's games. These plays I can live with and I'm feeling comfortable.

Don't forget to check my CapperTek plays!


Two good pitchers in DC today and the Nats are with their biggest offensive threat hurting. I see an old-fashion pitchers duel in this one going under 6.5

The A's have been scoring a lot of runs lately and I don't see that stopping with an extreme fly-ball pitcher on the mound for the Angels. Secondly if the Angels get to the A's bullpen early we might see more runs then we saw last night. This one goes over 7.5

Fading Kluber and his 3-8 record including 3 straight losses.

The Red Sox are a mess and there is no way they come into Kansas City to take 2 of 3. KC wins tonight.

Finally the Yankees are starting Eovaldi on three days rest. His last start he gave up 8 runs without getting out of the first inning. I can't imagine this will go well. Detroit takes advantage of an exhausted Yankee pitching staff.

Record Since Inception 9/26/13:

1854-1663 (52.7%)


At 6/15/15: $30.33
At 6/17/15: $23.35
Growth: -23%

Goal: $33.59
Amount Needed: $10.24

Last Week2134238.2%-$8.54
Last Month6982545.7%-$11.58
Last 90 Days2572461851.1%-$9.59
Last Year102310335049.8%-$45.96

06-20-15MLBMONEYLINE: Tigers +106$0.75$0.79pending
06-20-15MLBMONEYLINE: Royals -122$1.22$1.00pending
06-20-15MLBMONEYLINE: Rays +162$0.25$0.40pending
06-20-15MLBAngels at Athletics OVER 7.5 (+100)$0.53$0.53pending
06-20-15MLBPirates at Nationals UNDER 6.5 (+105)$0.25$0.26pending

Good Luck All!
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