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Posted: 1/15/2007 1:47:03 PM
by posting opposite of what he is really betting, but }}
 
 
lol then he'd be losing his behind No??
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Posted: 1/15/2007 1:48:11 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by TomCurtisNY:

Bubs,
 
It did cross my mind that he may trying to drive the line in his favor
by posting opposite of what he is really betting, but I do not really
believe it.
 
 
you guys are giving him way too much credit, he just a regular poster like everyone else on covers that happens to pick a few more winners than most of the members, he isn't moving lines, he is a professional, if he was doing those things he wouldn't be here hanging out at covers, he just so happens to be a good capper
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Posted: 1/15/2007 1:49:14 PM
shoud read he "isn't" a professional, he "isn't" moving lines a few typos in there
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Posted: 1/15/2007 1:58:04 PM
Oh garbage.  Now I am really confused.
 
There is a trend that when Mr Bator picks a game and anyone from New York disputes that pick with a trend, Mr Bator's pick is 100% (3-0).
 
So now which trend do I go with?
 
Tom Curtis of NY's useless trend or this useless trend?
 
darn me.  Im confused.
 
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Posted: 1/15/2007 2:12:57 PM
Interesting trend TomCurtis - thanks for the info - I have to go with my gut though, and my gut says it is Peyton's year.  I really think SD handed NE the game yesterday, which a veteran team like Indy should not do at home
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Posted: 1/15/2007 2:14:17 PM
By the way, speaking of trends, if I did switch to NE you would be fucked b/c I am something like 0-10 when I let other people change my mind.
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Posted: 1/15/2007 2:17:56 PM
 
Good info tom,and hope the trend is right cause i love the pats this weekend.
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Posted: 1/15/2007 2:21:07 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by WahooSports:

shoud read he "isn't" a professional, he "isn't" moving lines a few typos in there
 
obviously you are clueless.
 
No he is not movong lines... at least not intentionally or directly.
 
But yes he is a professional. Have you ever met a pro capper??? most of these posters are not, I'll tell you that.
 
but if you really understood betting sports, you would be able to grasp why he bets the way he does, and when he does, and how he does.
 
Betting for professional cappers is a way of LIFE, not isolated occurances. Not just picking on side or the other and that's it! True gambling involves making adjustments constantly. Basically the same way stock traders work. looking for different lines and taking advantage of opportunities when they arise. Any pro capper would actually take both sides of a game if the right lines present themselves. (then you tools would scream and yell that they are bs, b/c you don't understand) (see ex. "Middle")
 
Pro capping and making a good living is not just betting one game a day or one specific line!!
 
Whahoo... don't you think he stops by covers for a few reasons???
 
First, I'm sure is a selfish reason... like getting a feel for what the "PUBLIC" is saying and leaning towards. By public, i of course mean psuedo-wannabe-cappers. There must be some value in him spending time on this site. (As well as a few cappers opinions he probably respects)
 
Secondly, I would guess he gets some kicks out of the nutty conversations and good betting stories people post here. Especially if he had some direct influence on it!)
 
 
Wow... sorry for rambling! Just get tired of reading the same things here without making my own social commentary on it!
 
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Posted: 1/15/2007 2:24:22 PM
vanzack....i found one that contradicts another trend....
on championship weekend when bator gets so drunk that he thinks he has to take a $hit and infact doesnt and then is forced to sit down to pee the home teams are 19-3. 
 
From what i know Bator will be a sippin so this points heavily towards Indy and Chi
 
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Posted: 1/15/2007 2:25:48 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by panther123:

You better call him in case he doesnt read this... I am sure he would be PISSED to no end if he doesnt
 
I'm sorry but that is funny as garbage.
 
I hope Bator isn't married b/c I know his wife would be jealous of all the attention he gets from everyone in here.  I've seen a lot of stroking of different cappers in here at times but what people are doing to Bator I think takes the cake.  This is nothing against HIM at all, I'm just waiting for a cold streak(like EVERYONE has) so that the ones that have been following his every word, and stroking him via WWW , to start to cussing him. Happens every time!
 
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Posted: 1/15/2007 2:34:04 PM
 
 
Right on COWBOYDAVE
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Posted: 1/15/2007 2:39:08 PM
I'm just waiting for a cold streak(like EVERYONE has) so that the ones that have been following his every word, and stroking him via WWW , to start to cussing him. Happens every time!
 
 
Shoot, that better happen soon, football season's almost over!
 
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Posted: 1/15/2007 2:44:08 PM
be hard for me and my 75 k have made from following his every word to start cussing him unless he lost like 20 games in a row, and i was foolish enough to go back to my horrible money management ways ( quite possible,but then I would be cussing myself.)
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Posted: 1/15/2007 2:46:03 PM
Mr. B,
 
You advice has made me money this year and I feel I owe
it to you to give you fair warning on your Colts play versus the Pats.
 
There is a trend going in the post season that says the Pats are the play.
 
 
Tom,
 
I'm sorry to hear you're planning to go with the wrong side in New England.  If I knew you better, I would do everything I could to talk you out of that and over to the winning play, Indianapolis -3.  I would even go so far as to actually guarantee your bet, which I've done for wayward gambling buddies before (and never had to pay anyone off).  I have enormous respect for the New England Patriots, and what they did a few years ago in winning three Super Bowls in four years was one of the great all-time achievements in pro sports.  This time, though, all their resiliency and experience in the playoffs isn't going to be enough.  I'm not calling for a major blowout, I just think Indianapolis wins this by at least 10 points.  The Colts will win this game, Tom, but do what you feel is right.  Even if it isn't.
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Posted: 1/15/2007 2:55:50 PM
Hey, maybe Peyton Manning will get hurt before or during the game.  Maybe then New England can steal it.  What people don't understand is that the San Diego Chargers yesterday were a football team almost BEGGING for someone to beat them.  The Chargers were the phoniest 14-2 team I've ever seen in my life, and still the Patriots were life and death to get past a team that continually shot themselves in the foot.  What resulted was another "heroic" playoff win for the Patriots, one that reinforced their image as being battle-tested and playoff savvy.  The Patriots are good, but they're not that good.  Meanwhile, guys better hurry up and go back to respecting the Colts the way they did when this team was 7-0, 8-0, and 9-0, and looked like an unbeatable monster, because right now, that's what they are, and fading them at home in the biggest game in franchise history is a terrible mistake. 
 
Maybe people aren't too impressed by 23 points scored against the Chiefs and five field goals against the Ravens, but on Sunday, the offense will be clicking, Manning will have a big game, and you already see that the defense is showing up now in a big way.  My instinct says the Colts will NOT lose this game, and I like where my instinct has carried me thus far. 
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Posted: 1/15/2007 2:57:46 PM
Just had to lay 115 with the colts  
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Posted: 1/15/2007 3:00:21 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by texassportswire:

be hard for me and my 75 k have made from following his every word to start cussing him unless he lost like 20 games in a row, and i was foolish enough to go back to my horrible money management ways ( quite possible,but then I would be cussing myself.)
 
Yea, well...if you'd been around for longer than two and a half months, you'd know what I was talking about.
 
Again, seen it too many times.
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Posted: 1/15/2007 3:24:12 PM
 
Mr Bator how could you say the pats arent that good, all they do is win, and do it on the road more than at
 
 home.Theyve answered the critics time and time again, and mostly duing this,. theyve done it after
 
 sustaining key injuries.Yesterday they shot themselves to with 3 interceptions on the road and  thats hard
 
 to overcome in itself.The colts havent been playing there best ball either, how many picks does manning
 
 have this post season?Either whey i think the team with the ball last ,wins the game. 4 rest of playoffs
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Posted: 1/15/2007 3:52:49 PM
MrBator,I can't believe how secure you feel with that Indy play,nothing points to it being a easy play,I've been doing this for over 35 years, I don't feel like the Pats are a sure play either, but none the less they are the play.In any game where the favorite and the dog are a toss up grab the points and head to the bank.The Pats can win this outright,and more things point that way then Indy covering 3. We all know anything can happen, but the Colts just aren't bankable till they can win a playoff final to get to the superbowl.
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Posted: 1/15/2007 4:10:07 PM
golfa4            Maybe the prize is larger for Indy because since Manning has been there and done so well
                        but no ring. Brady has had his superbowls and New England might not be so hungry. Indy does
                        seem to be peaking. And you know about gambling, its our educated guess after caping. I thought New England looked good but not as crisp as San Deigo. I was sitting there yesterday with N.E and pts.   
 
                                        Thanks for posting
                         
 
                    
 
                        
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Posted: 1/15/2007 4:12:01 PM
Mr. B,
 
Thanks for the reply and your advice.
 
I am going to stick with the Pats and if they lose, it won't be the first,
nor the last time I was wrong!
 
Wahoo,
Like I said, I have decided MrBator is a straight shooter.
 
Vanzack:
 
As my father always says...."if you do not have anything
good to say, then don't say anthing"
 
My "useless" trend made some "useful" money this weekend.
 
Either add some insight or butt out of my thread.
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Posted: 1/15/2007 4:33:00 PM
Stuff, I thought it was pretty clear that SD was the better team on the field yesterday, and thats just proof again that there is no more mentally tough team than the Pats. With the talent they do have and the obvious toughness, are why the Pats keep winning so many playoff games.Their a very special group!
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Posted: 1/15/2007 4:39:02 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by march:

 
Mr Bator how could you say the pats arent that good, all they do is win, and do it on the road more than at
 
 home.Theyve answered the critics time and time again, and mostly duing this,. theyve done it after
 
 sustaining key injuries.Yesterday they shot themselves to with 3 interceptions on the road and  thats hard
 
 to overcome in itself.The colts havent been playing there best ball either, how many picks does manning
 
 have this post season?Either whey i think the team with the ball last ,wins the game. 4 rest of playoffs
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The Patriots are very good, but they're not great.  And while Brady was throwing three interceptions yesterday, the Chargers were coughing it up FOUR times.
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Posted: 1/15/2007 4:43:28 PM
golf    I agree and that game may be to tough for me. I personally think the more lopsided game is in Chicago.
           Don't know what the line will be at game time but I think New Orleans even is good enough for me. The Indy/N.E. game might be a game to watch. The part that scares me about N.E. is they didn't seem to have any quit in them against a tough,fast San Deigo team.   Thanks ...............
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