Posted: 7/15/2011 8:31:19 PM
Originally Posted by irage
BETTOR2WIN MLB RPI SYSTEMSYSTEM
2011 Record 45 - 1 - 0
2010 Record 74 - 1 - 0
2009 Record 76 - 2 - 0
The premise here is simple. It's the same thing as the my MLB RPI system but with an added feature: we continue chasing a series after a win AS LONG AS THE NEXT SERIES FITS WITHIN the current RPI number. According to ESPN RPI rankings. http://espn.go.com/mlb/stats/rpiJUICE
This system does come with some juice, but remember a WIN is WIN. Use LABBY and MARTINGALE ...depended on the outcome of a four game series. First game. LABBY will make up for losses, so I advise using the LABBY. Also, with the high juice in this system, you can only play one other system.HOME
= < 35 RPIVISITOR
= 40 - 42 RPI (depending on strength)CASE SCENARIOS
In a week after the All Star game PHI plays the Cubbies then the Padres. Both, right now, would be plays/series according to the MLB RPI System. Well, if Phi wins their first game we would normally be done with that series. BUT!!! As we all know, good teams beat the bad teams more often than bad teams beat the good teams. Why shouldnt we just continue chasing PHI until their series end? ONLY CHASE/START A "NEW" SERIES THO AS LONG AS THEY HAVE 3 REMAINING RPI GAMES REMAINING.
EXAMPLE: Let's say PHI wins the A bet/1st game. Start a new 3 game series w/2nd game. Phi loses 2nd game. B game would then be 3rd game of series w/ChiC. And so forth......
Remember though, we only chase for three (3) games. So that means crossover from one series to another could occur.FILTERS
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July 4 - PITTSBURGH - 132 (41) WIN
July 5 - WASHINGTON -124 - (36) WIN
July 6 - PITTSBURGH -115 - (??) WIN
July 7 - BOSTON -154 - (41) WIN
July 8 - BOSTON -198 - (41) WIN
July 9 - ALL STAR BREAK
July 15 - PITTSBURGH +100 (44) PENDING
Hey IRAGE... I think you copied this from the "series continuation system" This isn't the MLB RPI system. Very Simular but I don't have numbers on that. Go back to page 1 of the MLB RPI and copy/paste some of the texts there and post it here daily on the new thread your gunna make daily. If you dont understand what I mean, email me and I will explain better.
This looks great btw. Thanks.