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Docwatson
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Thanks to the folks allowing Doc to post here at Pregame again.

Back this year are Doc's CBB rankings and match-up pages. These are intended to help the handicapper as well as the tout on their quest to the promise land of sports betting.

At this time of year the teams move up and down quite a bit in my rankings. Depending on SOS and their result verses said schedule. As more games are played the tighter the lines will become and you'll also see that reflected in my power rankings. Every handicapper knows that November is the best time for the biggest value of line discrepancies. By December they'll get much tighter, and in January look out. Home-court advantage is built into the match-ups as well as neutral court games. No need in sweating that stuff.  

Below is the Google docs link. The Rankings are in one tab while the match-ups for the day are in the other tab at the bottom of the page. A lot of games are still waiting on lines at the time of this posting this morning. For those that suck at Math or maybe don;t have the patience for it I've listed a "recommended" tab to show which teams has the edge ATS using Doc's rankings. 

In the end the goal should be to beat the closing line. If you can do that in the long term you can win.  

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1VSwa_NjiFaFJjeYNQZrT3DsESuACpuzMzg1jCTdi3Us/edit#gid=426263059

This document will be updated each morning.

Wagers placed so far for Doc.

CBB record @ Pregame: 0-0, +/-0.0*

Saturday 11/26/16

3* No Qualifiers yet
2* No Qualifiers yet
1* Manhattan Pk
1* Marist +4
1* South Alabama -3

Back later as more games become available.

GL

Doc


Judging by the ratio of expected loss to total amount bet, all betting strategies and money management systems are equally worthless. How much you bet and why should depend on the reason you are playing in the first place. Whatever form of money management you choose, once a bet is made you should always follow the best mathematical play. Finally, never pay for a betting strategy. As mentioned, they are all equally worthless, so you may as well use one of the free ones easily found on the Internet.

updated 9/30/2014

HairyWookie
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Welcome back Doc and love your card.

Swampass makes me happy.

I am NOT a Director of the Boards!

Docwatson
Joined: 01/25/2009
Posts: 4870
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HairyWookie

Welcome back Doc and love your card.

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Judging by the ratio of expected loss to total amount bet, all betting strategies and money management systems are equally worthless. How much you bet and why should depend on the reason you are playing in the first place. Whatever form of money management you choose, once a bet is made you should always follow the best mathematical play. Finally, never pay for a betting strategy. As mentioned, they are all equally worthless, so you may as well use one of the free ones easily found on the Internet.

updated 9/30/2014

Docwatson
Joined: 01/25/2009
Posts: 4870
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The page has now been updated by Doc to reflect all of today's lines.

Doc added these to today's Wager list.

1* Oakland -7.5
1* Boston College +6.5
1* Air Force -2
1* UNLV -4.5
1* Loyola Maryland +25.5

May The Winners Be Yours!

Doc

Docwatson

Thanks to the folks allowing Doc to post here at Pregame again.

Back this year are Doc's CBB rankings and match-up pages. These are intended to help the handicapper as well as the tout on their quest to the promise land of sports betting.

At this time of year the teams move up and down quite a bit in my rankings. Depending on SOS and their result verses said schedule. As more games are played the tighter the lines will become and you'll also see that reflected in my power rankings. Every handicapper knows that November is the best time for the biggest value of line discrepancies. By December they'll get much tighter, and in January look out. Home-court advantage is built into the match-ups as well as neutral court games. No need in sweating that stuff.  

Below is the Google docs link. The Rankings are in one tab while the match-ups for the day are in the other tab at the bottom of the page. A lot of games are still waiting on lines at the time of this posting this morning. For those that suck at Math or maybe don;t have the patience for it I've listed a "recommended" tab to show which teams has the edge ATS using Doc's rankings. 

In the end the goal should be to beat the closing line. If you can do that in the long term you can win.  

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1VSwa_NjiFaFJjeYNQZrT3DsESuACpuzMzg1jCTdi3Us/edit#gid=426263059

This document will be updated each morning.

Wagers placed so far for Doc.

CBB record @ Pregame: 0-0, +/-0.0*

Saturday 11/26/16

3* No Qualifiers yet
2* No Qualifiers yet
1* Manhattan Pk
1* Marist +4
1* South Alabama -3

Back later as more games become available.

GL

Doc


Judging by the ratio of expected loss to total amount bet, all betting strategies and money management systems are equally worthless. How much you bet and why should depend on the reason you are playing in the first place. Whatever form of money management you choose, once a bet is made you should always follow the best mathematical play. Finally, never pay for a betting strategy. As mentioned, they are all equally worthless, so you may as well use one of the free ones easily found on the Internet.

updated 9/30/2014

Docwatson
Joined: 01/25/2009
Posts: 4870
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Top 200 Contributor

Doc added a couple more to his wager list.

1* Jacksonville State -7
1* Nebraska-Omaha +6.5

Docwatson

The page has now been updated by Doc to reflect all of today's lines.

Doc added these to today's Wager list.

1* Oakland -7.5
1* Boston College +6.5
1* Air Force -2
1* UNLV -4.5
1* Loyola Maryland +25.5

May The Winners Be Yours!

Doc

Docwatson

Thanks to the folks allowing Doc to post here at Pregame again.

Back this year are Doc's CBB rankings and match-up pages. These are intended to help the handicapper as well as the tout on their quest to the promise land of sports betting.

At this time of year the teams move up and down quite a bit in my rankings. Depending on SOS and their result verses said schedule. As more games are played the tighter the lines will become and you'll also see that reflected in my power rankings. Every handicapper knows that November is the best time for the biggest value of line discrepancies. By December they'll get much tighter, and in January look out. Home-court advantage is built into the match-ups as well as neutral court games. No need in sweating that stuff.  

Below is the Google docs link. The Rankings are in one tab while the match-ups for the day are in the other tab at the bottom of the page. A lot of games are still waiting on lines at the time of this posting this morning. For those that suck at Math or maybe don;t have the patience for it I've listed a "recommended" tab to show which teams has the edge ATS using Doc's rankings. 

In the end the goal should be to beat the closing line. If you can do that in the long term you can win.  

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1VSwa_NjiFaFJjeYNQZrT3DsESuACpuzMzg1jCTdi3Us/edit#gid=426263059

This document will be updated each morning.

Wagers placed so far for Doc.

CBB record @ Pregame: 0-0, +/-0.0*

Saturday 11/26/16

3* No Qualifiers yet
2* No Qualifiers yet
1* Manhattan Pk
1* Marist +4
1* South Alabama -3

Back later as more games become available.

GL

Doc


Judging by the ratio of expected loss to total amount bet, all betting strategies and money management systems are equally worthless. How much you bet and why should depend on the reason you are playing in the first place. Whatever form of money management you choose, once a bet is made you should always follow the best mathematical play. Finally, never pay for a betting strategy. As mentioned, they are all equally worthless, so you may as well use one of the free ones easily found on the Internet.

updated 9/30/2014

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