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i'm having a horrible run as of late in mlb. historically i have not been great in that sport, but after a successful nhl season i correlated some of my line reading strategies over from nhl to mlb. the transition has not been a positive one early on in the season. i will continue to play with the same strategies in hopes that i will hit a hot streak. gl to all.
Baseball is a funny sport. You can be red hot, feel like everything you pick will win and then it goes just the opposite. I am on one of those opposite streaks right now. I am down for the season for the first time since week one. Hang in there, it will get better and you will turn it around.
You all speak the truth! Sometimes betting sportd is like a yo yo! We go up then down the up then down and it really doesn't seem to matter how hard we try or knowledgable we are! It's just the nature of capping!
Totally agree with the hanging in there comments the ship will right itself.
however if I May be so bold, I am not sure you can cap any 2 sports in the same manner! At least I don't. Bases is a streaky game and often winning is based on pitchers matchups as well as hot hitters. since I honestly admit know ZIP about hockey I have to wonder if bases can be capped in the same manner you say you used for NHL? A thought might be to track this manner til the all-star break (midsession) if the NHL method still isn't working, I think I'd tweak it a bit to somehow fit the streaky game of baseball. (Just my humble opinion Nika)