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There will be 23 plays on the post All-Star home system using the following teams: Yankees, Red Sox, Rangers, Phillies, Braves and Giants.  Posted about the system earlier, but seems like the thread was deleted.
 
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It was moved to the Website Promotions section.  Thanks for starting a new thread here because this really is a system.
 
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Giants were a Game 1 winner Monday vs. Dodgers. Yankees, Red Sox and Rangers all begin Friday. 
 
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Post All-Star system is 5-0 so far with all 5 wins on Game 1.  Only play for Monday is Braves.
 
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System so far is 6-0 with 5 Game 1 wins and 1 Game 2 win. For Monday, August 1: Game 1s with Red Sox and Giants
 
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[Quote: Originally Posted by CKP22] System so far is 6-0 with 5 Game 1 wins and 1 Game 2 win. For Monday, August 1: Game 1s with Red Sox and Giants

Post All-Star system play starts on Yankees on Tuesday vs. Angels.

System Record: 9-0 

Game 1 - 6
Game 2 - 2
Game 3 - 1

System tracked back to 1999 is 413-0

 
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Any link to the system ? I did not find it in the promotion forum.
 
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Quote Originally Posted by sahlsa:

Any link to the system ? I did not find it in the promotion forum.

http://www.covers.com/postingforum/post01/showmessage.aspx?spt=12&sub=101088641

 
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System plays start tonight on Phillies and Braves.

Record: 10-0  --    Nine of 10 wins within first two games.

 
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Plays start on Phillies and Rangers on Monday.

Record: 12-0    -  Game 1  7 wins, Game 2 4 wins,, Game 3 1 win

Record since tracking in 1999 -- 416-0

 
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do the teams stay the same the rest of the season even if they fall 10 home games above .500 pct?
 
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10 games below 500
 
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Quote Originally Posted by jv040:

do the teams stay the same the rest of the season even if they fall 10 home games above .500 pct?

Teams stay the same. This year's teams are Red Sox, Yankees, Rangers, Phillies, Braves and Giants. 

2011 Record:  16-0

Game 1 - 10 wins
Game 2 -  5 wins
Game 3 -  1 win

Record since I start tracking system in 1999 is 420-0.

Braves are next play starting Tuesday.


 

 
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Braves, a Game 2 winner.  Yankees start Friday with Game 1.
 
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Plays start with Giants and Rangers tonight.

Record: 18-0

Game 1  -  11 wins

Game 2 -   6 wins

Game 3 -   1 win

 
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Play starts tonight on Braves and tomorrow with Red Sox.

Record: 20-0

Game 1 - 12 wins

Game 2 - 6 wins

Game 3 - 2 wins

System now 424-0 since started tracking in 1999.

 
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Play starts Thursday with Phillies.

Record: 22-0

Game 1 -- 13 wins

Game 2 -- 7 wins

Game 3 -- 2 wins

 
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Quote Originally Posted by CKP22:

Play starts Thursday with Phillies.

Record: 22-0

Game 1 -- 13 wins

Game 2 -- 7 wins

Game 3 -- 2 wins


How did you decide which teams to track after the All-Star break?  I know those teams had the top RPI and have solid home records; but is there a certain criteria?  
 
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Sorry;  Just found that link 
Post All-Star Home System -  Team must be at least 10 games over .500 at the All-Star break.   When the team starts a homestand of at least 6 games you chase them to win 1 game.  When you get a win, you're done.  Must start at the beginning.

Awesome system.
 
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Quote Originally Posted by skew8:

Sorry;  Just found that link 
Post All-Star Home System -  Team must be at least 10 games over .500 at the All-Star break.   When the team starts a homestand of at least 6 games you chase them to win 1 game.  When you get a win, you're done.  Must start at the beginning.

Awesome system.

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One play left for this season which will be the Yankees starting on Sept. 20.   This offseason, I'm going to track back before 1999 to see when this system lost.

2011 Record - 23-0

Record Dating to 1999 - 427-0

If you chased for just for just 4 games, record during that time would be 422-5.

 

 

 
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Yankees defeat Twins on Game 1.  That ends the system for this season.

2011 Record: 24-0

Record Dating to 1999-  428-0

 
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The regular baseball system has been rolling @ckpsports on twitter. Up just over $1,200 for season. Slow and steady gains. Picks posted daily.
 
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2012 teams that qualify are:

NYY
Texas
LAA
Washington
Pittsburgh

SF is 10 games over at home this year but not overall. Last year Washington was 10 games over at home at the break but not overall. They proved to be a winning wager using this system. SF should be a consideration especially with that staff.

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There appears to be 27 plays this year.

Good Luck.
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