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I rate my plays on a progressive 100 Unit to 1000 Unit basis with the highest rating representing the strongest play.

 

If you don't wager accordingly, and by that I mean using the proper percentage of your bankroll based on the rating of my releases, you're doomed for failure.


Mismanagement of funds is the biggest mistake amateur gamblers make.

 

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If you've got $300 to play with tonight and I come with a 1000 Unit Best Bet then you should be playing all $300 on this max wager. Correspondingly, if I come with a 500 Unit release it means you should be allocating 50% of your allotted bankroll for tonight, or $150, on the play. 


Will I have raise the proverbial bar and have plays bigger than 1000 Units on occasion? Absolutely, if I'm on a roll and have built up a bankroll. Why wouldn't I if we've socked money away and are playing from a position of strength. 


There is a strategy involved with betting. Yes, you must first win a play and that's a byproduct of research and analysis, but once you build a bankroll it's a matter of portfolio management, no different than how a financial advisor handles a client's investments. 

Who is Dwayne Connors?

I've been in the sports betting industry since 1993 and I'm telling you up front that the two differences between professionals that make money and amateurs who lose it is that the pros, like myself, remove emotion from the equation and always adhere to a strict money management system.

 

I never bet with my heart. I have no "favorite" teams. I don't bet against or avoid a team because they cost me money the last time out. Again, there is no room from personal bias or raw emotion when analyzing a card.


Although I am analytical in my approach when it comes to handicapping, I am not a pure numbers geek. There is more to research than just ATS streaks. Situational handicapping is something you can't overlook (is this is trap game, is revenge a factor, is a lookahead game on the horizon, is it a second leg of a back-to-back) along with personnel evaluation. That's why you will not see a bunch of esoteric stats telling you how a team fares against the spread on Tuesdays in months ending in the letter "r". Those are just ridiculous computer-generated numbers that mean nothing in the overall scheme of things.


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Today's Complimentary Play

Not much to say. Just have to keep punching.


The winners will start to flow once again, that is a promise.


500 Unit Winner # 9 of 13

MLB Bounce-Back Lock - Part 2


Team off a loss last night will bounce-back tonight with the win.


Matches last night's 500 Unit Winner on the Phillies over the Rockies.


Need to get my feet back under me, that's just the fact.


Time for another winning day.


After being forced to play a make-up doubleheader on Saturday, due to Friday's postponement, I am going to look for the bats to be a little sluggish this Sunday night when the Braves and the Indians conclude their interleague series from Progressive Field.


This one sure shapes up to be a game where the pitchers should be able to work deep and dominate, as southpaw Max Fried opposes right winger Shane Bieber.


Fried and Bieber sport pretty similar lines as each pitcher makes their 4th start of the season. Fried comes in with a 2-0 mark and just under 20 innings worked, as his ERA is 0.92. Bieber also comes in with a 2-0 mark, and a 1.71 ERA for his 21 innings worked this season. All 3 of Bieber's starts have played Under the total too!


Yesterday's double-dip saw some big offense posted as the teams combined for a dozen runs in the opener, and 15 more in the nightcap.


I have a feeling the bats are going to be a bit "spent" this evening.


The Tribe are 7-3-2 Under the total in Bieber's last dozen starts on grass, and my feeling is this one sets up to be an Under as well in the final meeting between the 1997 World Series opponents.


Braves-Indians Under for Sunday night.


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