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Been doing alittle research on betting MLB. One thing that stood out is betting dogs early on. From the research I have seen every year even betting them all you would make a profit. I did not calculate last year but what I found from some outdated info was from 2009-11 three seasons betting them all you would have made 10.51, 2.52 and 56.14units just by betting all dogs in April. Going to figure out 2012's and see what we got but looking into a system where we have maybe a top ten to go against and top ten to bet with for all of april.
I was wondering if anyone else had any thoughts on this. To make 69units in 3 years betting blindly is nice in itself, however I am thinking 2011's 56units is probably skewed and 2-15units a year is more likely betting all dogs. But optimizing this with some rules probably could generate a nice 30-40 unit month
Certainly like the thought - agree that 2011 is an abberation, but it sure seems like every time I try this kind of stuff it's the year it reverses....kind of like the experiment endymion is doing with the small hoops dogs....goes great until you actually bet the damn games...LOL....
April is often so hard to bet as teams are just getting into the groove!
Ya know I tell myself I am going to take the dogs often during March madness because the lesser teams might not win but often they know it's their shot on the big stage so they play their hearts out and thus cover the spreads! Perhaps I should approach April bases with that mind set! In April lesser teams don't realize they are lesser yet (sounds good to me)
Ryan/othwrs Keep us posted on this! It might be worth a shot!