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Posted: 10/24/2012 6:31:45 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by breakem:


You nailed that one on the money! Read one of the other 20 threads you posted in and you can see other points of views on this World Series that actually has 2 teams playing in it. 

How about them Pistons and Lions though mr.pro motor city


About the same as your Texas Rangres and Houston Rockets.  Anyways i didn't realize that the Pistons and Lions were playing in this World Series.  garbage you learn something new every day.  Anyways i am not a Pistons fan basketball is a box sport.  Try hockey were they are skating at 35 mph and try to put your head through the glass or the boards or football where i guy like Suh takes a guy like Cutler and trys to drive him in the ground half way to China like he did Monday night.  Now those are sports.
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Posted: 10/24/2012 6:42:12 AM
One last thing before i leave this thread for good.  I am like i said a long time Tigers fan probably 20 years longer than any of you have been born watched them win the 1967 and 1984 World Series and yes i am pretty excited about this series.  They may win it or lose it but i will tell you one thing i am going to CHIRP with anyone who knocks what they have done so far in the playoffs.  If you think Oakland and New York were nothing teams and it had nothing to do with our starting rotation and one pitcher with a 0.82 earn run average through two series well yes i am going to CHIRP with the number of years i have watched the Tigers i think i have earned my Chirping rights.  I will take all the chrips i expect it but i am not going to sit back and not strike back.  GL to all you SAN FRAN fans.
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Posted: 10/24/2012 12:19:02 PM
Hey lookingtowin: from your posts, you look like you are playing with your heart and not your head.  I'm wagering to win money, not pride or ego. I've seen many of your posts and I find myself leaning against the Tigers. Use logic in your posts to argue your points. Everyone is here to make that dollar and you are deterring everyone on the fence away from the Tigers for the wrong reasons. 
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Posted: 10/24/2012 2:12:26 PM
Buddah takes the emotion out of the wager as he states in his reply earlier to me and goes with his strategy.  He is good as he has won me money.  Lookingtowin is old school and I am from that school.  All this technology with iPads, laptops, etc.  Cool!  But for this I am going to bet what I see, I see Detroit.  They look to be the better team.  SF has grit, no doubt.  It should be great.  Numbers and stats can lie and technology will fail, sooner or later.  I remember Jack Morris and Sparky Anderson.  Long time ago for sure.  Denny McClain and Mickey Lolich and Al Kaline go even further back.  The more things change, the more they stay the same.
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Posted: 10/24/2012 3:35:11 PM
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Posted: 10/24/2012 6:54:39 PM
ihavenopatience - I looked at the lines yesterday around this time and at donbest the opening line was 144 - and I just looked now and it's still 144.  Periodically the opening line does change but not often. you may have seen the series price at 155 - not sure.
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Posted: 10/24/2012 7:32:49 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by WinSeeker:

Hey lookingtowin: from your posts, you look like you are playing with your heart and not your head.  I'm wagering to win money, not pride or ego. I've seen many of your posts and I find myself leaning against the Tigers. Use logic in your posts to argue your points. Everyone is here to make that dollar and you are deterring everyone on the fence away from the Tigers for the wrong reasons. 


Not betting a single game in this series because it is my favourite team in sports.  I have some series bets with some fellow employees for a good chunk of money because i am confident they will win the series.    Good luck with your bets.
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Posted: 10/24/2012 7:41:14 PM
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Just wondering in your stats if it included a 98 to 100 mph fastball by Verlander that moves 2 to 3 feet right to left or left to right as it crosses the plate.  Just wondering.

Well said Looking!!!  Verlander wins!!

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Posted: 10/24/2012 10:11:34 PM

Much respect!  I look forward to reading your analysis in all sports.

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