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# System plays 2021, a moneyball approach.

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Prospect
Joined: Dec, 2015
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Posted: #1

Ive decided to track my system progress through the 2021 season. I will be using a variety of techniques I've learned over the years in attempt to recreate the 2019 season when I went on the best run of my life with 9 consecutive payout weeks from the bookie. I will test different systems to find out what the most profitable hard and fast rules or guidelines you can use to increase your chances of winning.

The "exterminator" system is going to the be the first up to test.

Prospect
Joined: Dec, 2015
Posts: 202
Posted: #2

Here’s the original MLB betting system in detail. In a nutshell, you will be betting that one team is going to win at least one game in a 3 game series versus an opposing team that has swept them (defeated them in every game) in their most recent 3 or 4 game series.

Before I go into detail on how to make the bets, I will go over the money management system. There are only three bet values you should stick to: Bet A; Bet B; and Bet C.

Bet [A] = Your beginning bet. For example, you can set your A bet to win \$100.

Bet [B] = In case Bet A fails, you make bet B to make up for any loss you’ve suffered from Bet A, plus any profit you would have achieved from bet A. So, if your to-win Bet A was \$100, your to-win Bet B can be \$200.

Prospect
Joined: Dec, 2015
Posts: 202
Posted: #3

Bet [C] = In case Bet B fails, you make bet C to make up for any loss you’ve suffered from Bet A plus Bet B, plus profit you would have achieved from bet A.

If you lose Bet C, then consider the series as a loss and move on to the next one.

Here’s the betting system:

1. Check the MLB results and mark down any series where one team goes winless versus the opposing team (a sweep) in 3 or 4 game series. In the case of a 4-game series, a team must lose all 4 games to qualify.

2. For the teams that were swept (winless in those series), mark the schedule for their upcoming series versus the same team that swept them previously

3. On the first day of the rematch between the two teams, as long as the team that was swept previously has an RPI value of no less than .015 than the opposing team, AND the opposing team is not a top-2 RPI team, make a bet for the team that was swept. (Note: The RPI will be explained in greater details in a later section of this manual)

1. If you lose bet A, make bet B on the next day for the same team

2. If you lose bet B, make bet C on the next day for the same team

And keep this in mind: always bet on the money line if the team you’re betting on is the favorite to win (shows -1.5 on the run line). Always bet on the run line (+1.5 runs) if the team you’re betting on is the underdog (shows +1.5 on the run line). You can check to

see which team is the favorite or the underdog by looking at the run line in the bet lineup. A team showing a +1.5 in the run line means they are the underdog. A team showing a -1.5 in the run line means they are the favorite.

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