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Sunday, November 27, 2016

 

Today’s Action

 

NFL

 

Jacksonville +7 -110 @ Buffalo

Arizona @ Atlanta -4 -110

New England @ NY Jets OVER 47 -110

Green Bay +3.5/4 -110 @ Philadelphia

Packers @ Eagles: In recent weeks I talked about my “now power” ranking, which I credit for winning six out of eight bets against the Packers – and eleven out of sixteen on the Eagles. So it may come as a surprise that this would be a selection. Overall ability of a team is not always an accurate indicator of which team will win today. Sometimes you lose a few battles even though you win the war. A good handicapper must know when to differentiate.

Carolina +4 -105 @ Oakland

Green Bay +3.5/4 -110 @ PhiladelphiaSee Comments

 

 

NBA

 

Cleveland @ Philadelphia +12.5 -110

This selection has value written all over it. A Sunday in November sees more square action in all sports than the rest of the week combined. Sports fans and hobby bettors reliably pick the most popular/famous teams; favorites; and overs. The scale is tipped in our favor. To Joe Bettor, this proposition is a no-brainer. Cleveland is 12-2, and they won their last 3. The 76ers are 4-12 and lost their last game. Joe Bettor researches some things and determines there is no reason to believe either team will change course. And we couldn’t agree more. I fully expect Cleveland to win - and not cover. The 76ers are 9-7 ATS and the Cavs 6-7. Philadelphia wins 3 out of 4 games at home ATS. How many do they win straight up? I don’t know…I didn’t look…I don’t care. Cleveland will win this game by about 6.

 Milwaukee @ Orlando +1 -110

 

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“Dear JV, I love your website and your honest approach to sports betting. I am learning a lot and making great money. Keep it up.” – K.W. Boston, MA

Thank you.

 

 

“Dear JV, What if I doubled my bet every time I lost until I won? Then I’d start all over at one unit and do it again. I could never lose. Right?” – G.L., Pasadena, CA

Wrong. All progressive betting schemes end in the player going bust. You describe the classic Martingale system. On paper it seems to work, but in reality you are not able to keep doubling your bets. Eventually you will lose three, four, or more (maybe a lot more) in a row and bump up against betting limits. Also, you’d be surprised how fast the bet size grows when it is increasing exponentially.

 

“Hi JV! There is not one…not one single handicapper who does what you do. NOBODY posts their plays and results like you.”

I wonder why that is? What’s more puzzling is why someone would do business with a service that hides its results. Obviously, they don’t have a winning record, or they would shout it from the rooftop.

 

“Hello JV, I have a question about handicapping MLB. I understand WHIP and ERA. Some say they correlate and some say they do not. I’m confused.”  - Michael S. –Atlanta, GA

Those who say ERA and WHIP do not correlate are probably not using the term correctly.  WHIP and ERA do not have a causal relationship.  They are completely independent of the other. This makes sense because they measure different things. To correlate, in mathematics, implies only a common resemblance. In other words, where you find one you usually find the other – but not always and not by rule. They definitely correlate:

 

“JV, Your website is great. Is a 5% unit too high for very high expectation bets? Everyone has an opinion on this. I’ll just take your advice and call it a day.”  - J. I., London, England

Your bet size should not exceed two percent of your bankroll. Most professional-level sports bettors use a one-percent unit. Grasping the concept of “expectation” can be tricky.  Please be aware that, unless the game is fixed, you never have greater than a 55-58% expectation.  In other words, you cannot handicap your own handicapping. A mathematical ceiling exists. Your confidence level does not improve this. Also, buying off a hook or buying points does not improve this. This is one reason the ‘star’ betting system does not work.  

 

Thank you very much for your business. Good luck.  – JV

 

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Rundown of our winning system:

 

·       Maximum bet size 2% of bankroll

·       1,500 bets times 2% totals 3,000%

·       Bankroll is bet thirty times in one year

·       Cover rate of 54.1% wins 812 and loses 688

·       (812 times 2) minus 74 (juice) totals 1,550

·       50 profit times 2% totals 100% ROI.

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