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My selections are rated on a 10 Dime to 100 Dime basis, usually going in 10 Dime increments.
Now, will I occasionally release something bigger than a 100 Dime play? Absolutely - if the situation warrants.
So, how does this all apply with money management basic? Good question. Read on:
No matter the sport, I play one "unit" per star rating that I release. It is just that simple.
Now, you have to define what a unit is in relation to your personal bankroll. Perhaps one unit = one dollar. Maybe one unit = 10 cents. Whatever the case, you have to decide in order to effectively use a money management system in relation to the size of your bankroll.
Once again, you have to determine what a "unit" is worth to you. Then, using my rating system to see how strong my play is according to the dime rating.
With money management the bottom line is this. "Only wager what you can afford to lose."
I've been gambling my entire adult life. Understanding the mindset of coaches and players, and the situations they find themselves in daily, is the key to my success. That is what over a decade in this business will do for you. Make you understand the little things.
Look, you've got to realize something about athletes, both collegians and pros: They don't give their all every single game. They just can't. Whether it's a lookahead game, a letdown game, a travel situation or a dozen other scenarios, the situation often dictates a less than 100% effort. As a handicapper, you've got to be able to spot those mismatches - no matter the sport - and that's why I've got the winning edge.
Bottom line: My knowledge of the game is unmatched in this industry. To be a successful handicapper, not only must you know the game, but you must understand exactly what teams are trying to do, and know whether or not they will be able to do it.
NOBODY, I REPEAT NOBODY, KNOWS THIS BETTER THAN ME!
Guys - give me a shot. I play my games everyday myself. I make money, and I will make you money as well.