# The Magna Carta - (632-0) Since 2011

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Captain
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#101
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Braves

Prospect
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#102
Posted:

Could you explain the A, B, C and D designations? I somewhat understand your system, but I'm trying to fully grasp it.

Thanks guys, and best of luck!

Prospect
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#103
Posted:

I think series games

Captain
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#104
Posted:

San Francisco - A
San Diego - A
NY Yankees - A

Prospect
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#105
Posted:

Quote Originally Posted by CentralFC:

Could you explain the A, B, C and D designations? I somewhat understand your system, but I'm trying to fully grasp it.

Thanks guys, and best of luck!

First Game of the betting series...Game [A].
Second...Game [B] and so on.

Prospect
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#106
Posted:

Quote Originally Posted by parlay100:

First Game of the betting series...Game [A].
Second...Game [B] and so on.

Thought so, but I wanted to confirm.

Any tips on tailing this in general?

Prospect
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#107
Posted:

Another question:

2) If the team is a dog, take them on the +1.5 RL. If favored, take the ML.

What team are we discussing? The home team that we're fading, or the team we're betting on (the away team)?

Prospect
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#108
Posted:

You should follow this rule with the team you're betting on... you should also never place a bet on the team you're fading, according to the rules.

Veteran
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#109
Posted:

Quote Originally Posted by robe983:

you should also never place a bet on the team you're fading, according to the rules.

You should never bet on a team you're betting against?

Prospect
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Posts: 253
#110
Posted:

Quote Originally Posted by Dutch1976:

You should never bet on a team you're betting against?

I guess its hard to explain... fading means when you bet on the opposite team for the most part... so if the brewers played the reds, and we were fading the brewers.... you'd bet on the reds.

I guess thats the best way to explain it.

Veteran
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#111
Posted:

Some of you guys are making this way more complicated than it is?

Just look at the rules on the 1st post.

Lets get some more winners.

Prospect
Joined: Nov, 2012
Posts: 99
#112
Posted:

Quote Originally Posted by bDnews:

San Francisco - A
San Diego - A
NY Yankees - A

I thought Arizona was on the banned list? San Diego to win is a fade on Arizona correct?

Prospect
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Posts: 146
#113
Posted:

0-2 today I assume?

Prospect
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#114
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bdnews- love the thought/idea of your system. have ypu ever thpught of adding a filter of chasong .500 n greater. so future losses by low teams like the mets might be avoided. i know it might be less plays but might increase the odds for the future. just food for thought =) but great idea/system.

Prospect
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Posts: 107
#115
Posted:

#113 CentralFC 8/27/13 1:03 AM

0-2 today I assume?
You mean 0-3 today.

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#116
Posted:

Quote Originally Posted by TrotBoogie212:

#113 CentralFC 8/27/13 1:03 AM

0-2 today I assume?
You mean 0-3 today.

Guys I don't think you understand a chase system, he's not 0-3 those 3 games are a (B) bet today. If at the end of the chase they haven't won then it is a loss. The record speaks for itself a very good system which will make you a boatload of money if you follow the rules. Good luck

Let's all win

The Hat

Prospect
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#117
Posted:

No, I understand. But those three games did go 0-3, moving us to game B. I just didn't specify.

Now I bet 2 units, so if I win, I make a profit of a unit or so depending on the lines.

Let's go San Francisco, New York and San Diego!

Good luck to all!

Veteran
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#118
Posted:

Quote Originally Posted by CentralFC:

No, I understand. But those three games did go 0-3, moving us to game B. I just didn't specify.

Now I bet 2 units, so if I win, I make a profit of a unit or so depending on the lines.

Let's go San Francisco, New York and San Diego!

Good luck to all!

Don't flat bet this system (bet 2 units).
Make sure you bet to make a profit of 1 unit.

Captain
Joined: Jan, 2002
Posts: 6012
#119
Posted:

San Francisco - B
San Diego - B
NYY - B
Miami - A
Milwaukee - A
Baltimore - A
Cleveland - A

Prospect
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Posts: 146
#120
Posted:

Yep. A games go 1 unit and B games go 2; staggering them to ensure return.

Captain
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#121
Posted:

San Fran, San Diego, NYY, Milwaukee, and Miami Complete.

Baltimore, Cleveland - B

Prospect
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#122
Posted:

Betting the run line as a dog. Damn it.

Captain
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#123
Posted:

Cleveland (C) today??

Prospect
Joined: Nov, 2012
Posts: 99
#124
Posted:

Quote Originally Posted by dallasm:

Cleveland (C) today??

I was going to ask the same thing. Some books had them as the fave some the underdog. It was one of those rare times where you could take both sides of a bet and get plus money and win no matter the outcome.

Captain
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Posts: 5759
#125
Posted:

Quote Originally Posted by NoSoLucky:

I was going to ask the same thing. Some books had them as the fave some the underdog. It was one of those rare times where you could take both sides of a bet and get plus money and win no matter the outcome.

I had them as a favorite up until gametime yesterday but don't want to play it today unless it has the blessings of the system.
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