The fact that they do them is a great thing...It's not like they run in the studio..turn on the camera and rattle off a bunch of plays and leave....That stuff takes time, it's an insult to the site and to the handicapper's themselves who take the time to do them...I'm sure the studio time and camera men cost money.....Besides the plays, did you happen to watch the informational video on the upcoming tournaments and upcoming senior week etc?...Sure you did....I guess you just disregard all that valuable information they took the time to share...I like to watch the video's and i will on occasion play the games they give out...I took the information provided on the Lasalle game and cashed...as for the Clemson game i was not so fortunate...but in the process of going threw all the videos...I found value in the information and appreciate the hard work....The free plays provide information that we may have missed and future insight on teams etc, because the analysis is given in depth....The intent to bash the handicapper's is a poor attempt...We all know those plays win at a good rate... Pregame's handicappers are true professionals with talent and expertise..... If you decide to stick around...you will see that when you choose to fade or follow the free plays...the choice is yours.
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I agree with sleepyj, do you really think the on camera 'cappers (or any other capper's) want to give out losing picks? This is a very tough business my man and even the BEST rarely hit over 60% for an extended period of time. The information you get from the pros (paid capper's) and the "free" pros in the forums is just that, INFORMATION. Take this to the bank my friend... you will never win at sports betting in the long run if you rely solely on what other people's opinions are.
Very well put Sleepy. These guys take allot of time to do the vids. They chose the games they want to play because they have a strong opinion on them. They don't do games that are handpicked for them.
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The thing I like best about the videos is the information I get about each capper's process. What angles is he looking at that I didn't think of? What stats is he seeing and why are they important? What situations does each capper find relevant or irrelevant...not just on the individual game they're discussing but on basketball/football games in general. I find the videos much less about the picks themselves and more about the back and forth between the professionals. I would recommend that everyone use the videos as instructional windows into how the pro's think rather than just betting the actual picks blindly.
Another great point GMoney. I love the info they give in the Vids. they give their thoughts and way at looking at games which is very valuable info.
During football season this past fall those videos were probably 65% winners especially when Marco was on... Not sure why you feel the need to make a public insult to those who are willing to help you and the site overall
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If you do not like the videos then don't watch them, if you don't like the picks don't play them, but there is no need to bash them. This is a free service, if you do not like anything you are free to leave. Just how I see it.
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