|I have created a Google doc spreadsheet for the RPI MLB system. I've added the 2013 plays to date. I've also started to add the 2012 plays. Start of the 2012 year up to the all star break. I think the spreadsheet should be publicly visible. I'll add more 2012 plays and maybe get back to 2011.
Posted: 7/19/2013 11:40:06 PM
If this spreadsheet link doesn't work, let me know. I'll try to correct the it.
A few note about the RPI system 2012 vs 2013.
1. In 2012 the forum started on April 30. They lost 2 series right from the start. So they said, let's start over with the first series of May. I think this is fraudulent. If you publish an "official" play, then it needs to count. No mulligans. I've included the now officially deleted plays from 2012. Also, the forum from 2012 is a pain to follow. Far too much bickering about things other than the RPI system. It was difficult to sort out. Also, they made at least one error, which I have corrected. IMHO, the 2013 forum is much easier to following. Thx.
2. For me there is one key measure above all else to a system's success: ROI. 2012 up to all star break is 6.24% 2013 is 10.46%. I usually consider 10% the cut off point for blindly following a system. Anything under 10% is too risky to follow without additional handicapping. Right now 2013 RPI is right at that 10% cut off point. I have followed the RPI system in prior years and I think 2012 was a bad year. Years prior to 2012 did much better.
3. Big difference between 2012 and 2013 plays. A lot more in 2013 that in 2012. 2012 first half had 79 games (45 series), 2013 had 114 (75 series).
game 1 2012 WL=18-27 2013 WL=48-27
game 2 2012 WL=20-7 2013 WL=15-12
game 3 2012 WL=4-3 2013 WL=8-4
In 2012 game 2 was a huge success. In 2013 it looks like game 1.
5. 2012 road vs home plays, 16v 26h.
2013 road vs home plays, 28v 37h.
4 games series with extended plays 2012 VH=2-1 2013 VH=5-5.
6. 2012 avg play -141, 2013 avg play -150.