the moneyline goes above
-2.00, consider playing
the run-line (-1.5 runs) on favorites or pick another team to bet on.
Do your homework, however, before betting on the run-line, carefully analyze the pitcher and his past history against the opposing batters.
be afraid to switch teams in
You can begin a new Series any time a team wins or loses a game, depending on whether you're banking on them going on a winning or losing streak.
By following the entire league closely, you can catch so-so teams on a hot streak, like the Red Sox opening the 2002 season or the Royals opening the 2003 season.
your Sportsbetting baseball
Series early if you wish.
For instance, if you've won 2 games in a row with a team and the moneyline odds jump to -2.80 on the next game and you don't like its chances of winning by 2 runs (so you don't want to bet the run-line of -1.5), don't throw away $70 trying to win $25 on the moneyline.
you feel very strongly about
your team's chances,
consider making your Series 50-50-75 instead of 50-50-25.
Do some homework on your teams and determine their current record when going for their fifth win in a row (which would be 4 consecutive wins in the System).
6) Although I don't implement it in the Sportsbetting Baseball System Rules, this Program benefits by adding any additional losses above and beyond 11-10 odds to the payout of what would be your next Series Amount.
words, when you lose a
moneyline wager, add the
difference between what you had to lay on the favorite to what you
had to lay with traditional 11-10 odds (Ex. Yankees -120, that's $120
$100, instead of $110 to win $100, so you would add $10 to your next
forget to add any
paid to a
professional handicapper for his picks to your Sportsbetting Baseball
Keep in mind that if you pay $25 for 5 picks, you must add only $5 to each Series Amount, assuming you run 5 Series that day. In other words, divide the handicapper's fee among the total number of picks you play that day.
your Bankroll permits, you may
want to run several
always, keep strict track of
your Sportsbetting Baseball bets.
Again, with winners you're looking
for a team that wins
about 60% of its games but doesn't face moneylines of -2.00 or more too
With losers, you're seeking out teams that win no more than 40% of the time and don't get moneylines of +2.00 a lot.
to say, it would have been
much more profitable to
bet on the Braves or A's in 2002 than on the Yankees, who had an
of their 166 regular and postseason games (or 51%) in 2002 with
of -2.00 or worse.
contrast, only 37 of the A's 167
games (or 22%) and only
29 of the Braves' 167 games (or 17%) had moneyline odds of -2.00 or
So you can see how the perception of the odds is so much different than the reality of 3 teams with virtually identical records.
2002, the Braves went on win
streaks of 3 or more
games 17 times and the A's accomplished the same thing 16 times.
There's no way these kinds of streaks (and the teams' attractive odds) could result in anything but even bigger profits for you when using The Baseball Streaks System.
important to note that it takes
the oddsmakers a while
to "catch on" that a team's a winner. Consider that only 3 of the
Braves' first 81 games in 2002 came with a moneyline at -2.00 or
Likewise, you would have had to lay $2 or more to win $1 on only 3 A's
before the All-Star Break in 2002.
For this reason, you'll want to seriously consider switching teams in the second half of the season, perhaps more than once, since first-place teams will be risky investments. Instead, look to cash in on No. 2 or No. 3 teams going on streaks, either hot or cold.
do the oddsmakers make it on
baseball's second half?
Consider that over the last 23 regular-season games in 2002 the moneyline odds on the Yankees fluctuated between a whopping -2.40 and a stratospheric -4.00.
Despite the fact that the Yankees went a red-hot 17-6 (or .739) to finish the year, you would have lost $182 using even this powerful System, which allows you to sit out losing streaks.
moral, of course, is to run like
Alfonso Soriano in the
opposite direction of ludicrous moneyline odds in baseball (or
It All Up: SportsBetting
Baseball Streaks System
This SportsBetting Baseball Streaks System is a unique way to bet on teams when they're winning and sit and watch while they're losing. The key is to find teams that win often (60% of the time) and yet don't come with big moneylines (-2.00 or higher) more than 1 game in 5.
Conversely, you can bet against bad teams, banking that they'll lose. Again, just make sure they seldom win (40% of the time or less) and that their moneylines aren't worse than +2.00 more than 1 game in 5.
oddsmakers make it tough
during the second half of
the season, don't hesitate to jump from one team to the next in search
consecutive wins or losses, as attractive odds make themselves
available to the
overview of The
SportsBetting Baseball Streaks System:
1) To start this Series, wait until your selected "winning" team wins a game and then make a moneyline wager in the amount necessary to earn you the predetermined Series Amount of $50 on its next game.
2) If your team wins, add your winnings to your Bankroll and make another bet on its next game, again in an amount enough to win the Series Amount of $50.
3) If you lose your first wager, cut your losses and start over the Series, going back to Rule 1, waiting for another Signal Result.
4) Continue betting as your team wins (or loses, if you're betting on a "loser"), setting your Actual Wager Amounts according to the moneyline, until you win 3 wagers in a row (and your team wins 4 games in a row overall). Add your profits to your Bankroll and start over on a new Series.
5) Every month or so, evaluate your Personal SportsBetting Baseball Bankroll, and increase your 4 Betting Blocks if you feel comfortable doing so.
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