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undermysac
undermysac

Sometimes you are the windshield, sometimes you are the bug an_brick

KeyElement
KeyElement
MLB Betting / MLB 6/18/18 / View Post

Quote Originally Posted by kimoinsd808:

Quote Originally Posted by KeyElement:

I think almost every poster jumped on the initial mistake. The post reads F5, but I see many full game lines quoted. I repeat myself; the Mets have not been under -130 anywhere, including Vegas, all freakin day. One guy has a reading disability and it becomes contagious. 
Wrong.
Whatever. 

jmiramontes5
jmiramontes5

The sun will set in the Northwest.

KeyElement
KeyElement
MLB Betting / MLB 6/18/18 / View Post

Quote Originally Posted by kimoinsd808:

Quote Originally Posted by KeyElement:

I think almost every poster jumped on the initial mistake. The post reads F5, but I see many full game lines quoted. I repeat myself; the Mets have not been under -130 anywhere, including Vegas, all freakin day. One guy has a reading disability and it becomes contagious. 
One misread is a reading disability?  You made a mistake on your ROI calculation a few days ago.  Does that mean you have a disability too?
One mistake is regrettable, but how is it that on Covers everyone else just jumps on the bandwagon without reading for comprehension? That is the real disability part. "the blind leading the blind" can really apply to this site.

peace

KeyElement
KeyElement
MLB Betting / MLB 6/18/18 / View Post

I think almost every poster jumped on the initial mistake. The post reads F5, but I see many full game lines quoted. I repeat myself; the Mets have not been under -130 anywhere, including Vegas, all freakin day. One guy has a reading disability and it becomes contagious. 

peace

KeyElement
KeyElement
MLB Betting / MLB 6/18/18 / View Post

Quote Originally Posted by kimoinsd808:

I can get the Mets at -120 all over town.
I wish you would explain yourself. No major book has had that line under -130 all day. Exactly what is "all over town"? peace

cheeser
cheeser
MLB Betting / total talk / View Post

SF/Ariz? Are you looking at e same schedule I am? confused

scalabroni69
scalabroni69

Quote Originally Posted by vaas187:

Down 5-4.   i hope this looses for sheer stupidity lol
I hope some guys learn to spell "lose" and "loses" just for the sake of intelligence. an_light

undermysac
undermysac

clover

Bwill851
Bwill851
MLB Betting / Interleague / View Post

Quote Originally Posted by Bwill851:

Anyone else loathe interleague baseball as much as I do? I refuse to bet on it on principle.
Get used to it. It is here to stay. Most folks disagree with you.an_light

cjm2008
cjm2008

clover

undermysac
undermysac

Mondays traditionally get off to a slow start at Covers. The boys have to lick their wounds from the weekend before the degenerate dog bites again and they just can't lay off. There will probably be a hundred posts the last 2 hours before first pitch. Trust me, I have been around here awhile.

an_roll_laugh

KeyElement
KeyElement
MLB Betting / MLB 6/18/18 / View Post

Chacin has drawn the money, opened at -110

Pivetta opened -105 both ways and it is still pretty close

I don't see anything funny about those lines except that Chacin should have opened higher in the first place. I made him -124 and that is where the line has gone.

peace

KeyElement
KeyElement
MLB Betting / MLB 6/18/18 / View Post

6/18/18

Opening Bankroll $10,000, P/L $ -2,916.24 / 77-88-10, ROI = -6.45%

Play 3% of bankroll, $213 FLAT, TODAY

Note: Innings indicated on each play

F5 Mets -137 (deGrom/Anderson)

I think deGrom can continue his magic tonight and the Mets (believe it or not) have actually remembered how to hit the ball. They have a poor rating versus lefty, but they also had a poor rating versus righty until Saturday. If I thought they could hit lefty for sure I would probably lay the run line for the -105 price, but I don’t want to get carried away here. Line makers and bettors have already shown respect for deGrom with an opening total of 10 (low for Coors) that quickly dropped to 9.5.   

FG Marlins +147 (Smith/Suarez)

A long 10 game road trip for the Giants comes to an end and they could be breathing a sigh of relief at getting back home. The Marlins took 3 out of 4 at home from them and that included a Smith over Suarez win. That is no guarantee they do it again but does make them a viable dog at a high price.

Thanx for the Father’s Day wishes yesterday. I hope everyone had a great day.

BOL

Quote Originally Posted by undermysac:

I sometimes wonder how your Irish arse handles the Arizona sun every day...
 I only see the sun when taking the dog out or using the pool. Other than that, my life is in the shade or air-conditioned, lol

 

 

 

undermysac
undermysac

Sweep City, sac. thumbs_up

KeyElement
KeyElement
MLB Betting / MLB 6/17/18 / View Post

Quote Originally Posted by undermysac:

We were practicing a body of water that my brother knows well, for next week's tournament. Pretty much fished all new spots and different lures/techniques.I slept a lot today, got beat up by the sun yesterday.
Typical kid. Buy 'em books and buy 'em books; they don't learn a darn thing.

an_roll_laugh

Slowbalt
Slowbalt

Ten to fifteen years ago the analytics gurus (nerds), convinced management that bullpens were the wave of the future. Much cheaper to assemble and if a guy was having a bad day, what the heck, he was only out there for an inning or two anyway. They even convinced you, the public, that expensive starters were irrelevant.

For a period of time it seemed to be working, right up to the Royals World Series Championship in 2015. Now, all that seeding is coming to fruition, there simply is not enough bullpen talent to go around, and most teams are learning that if you are down 2, 3, 4 runs going to the sixth the bullpen is pretty much irrelevant anyway, unless it is stocked with pinch hitters, lol.

The only front runner surviving without superior starting pitching this is the Yankees, and they are in the market for it before the trade deadline; having realized how they get knocked out of the playoffs every year, by starting pitching.

If you want to bet full game, that is your choice, but do not proceed with a bet unless you have both the starter and the offense. You need to put your opponent away early, because you have no idea what will happen later. The team with the superior starter and offense will win, first 5 and full game, about 56% of the time. That is too large a factor to be ignored.

peace

KeyElement
KeyElement
MLB Betting / MLB 6/17/18 / View Post

Quote Originally Posted by undermysac:

I don't know why I stayed away from Hardy and detroit today...nice call
You probably had Bass on your mind. How did it go? 

KeyElement
KeyElement
MLB Betting / MLB 6/17/18 / View Post

Quote Originally Posted by Trumpinator2020:

What happen to your record ?
Now I understand you better. Clearly you have a reading disability. 

Full update later ~ Playing $210.00 today

My Sunday's start early and are always busy. Been that way for years. Church and Family rank way ahead of Covers.

6/17/18

Opening Bankroll $10,000, P/L $ -3,311.31 / 75-88-10, ROI = -7.40%

Play 3% of bankroll, $210 FLAT, TODAY

Note: Innings indicated on each play

FG Phillies -111 (Nola/)

FG Tigers -102 (Hardy/Shields)

 

BOL 

 

KeyElement
KeyElement
MLB Betting / MLB 6/17/18 / View Post

Happy Father's Day ~ To the guys that stayed home and raised their kids up right.

Play 3% of bankroll, $210 FLAT, TODAY

Full update later ~ Playing $210.00 today

FG Phillies -111 (Nola/)

FG Tigers -102 (Hardy/Shields)

BOL

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