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Forum stud Midnite Football discusses TIME MANAGEMENT in handicapping, with hosts Dan Bebe and Mike Hook! World Series game two value is unearthed, in part one of this time budgeting themed Thursday morning "Today in Sports Betting!" (October 28, 2010)
been listening for a long time. whats the deal with using computers and algorythms in handicapping. why dont you and mike use them¿ is that what so called syndicates use? curious.
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Great topic guys. Making the most of time spent handicapping has always been a point of interest to me.
I've had a few breakthrough's over the years that helped to cut down the time needed for me to get in my capping on a daily/weekly/season basis. But truth be told, I could probably still manage my time better than I currently do.
By far my two busiest months are March and August when I am doing my preseason team-by-team evaluations for MLB and NFL. Throw in my daily handicapping of NBA and MLB during those months and it can be a brutal schedule.
My biggest aforementioned breakthroughs?
- Keep it simple. If you keep digging for info you can usually make an argument for either side in a given game. Determine what matters and don't over-think it.
- Spend more time identifying and testing theories that can reap rewards over multiple games going forward than you do handicapping an individual game.
- Take pride in passing if a solid play doesn't appear to exist. Especially if you didn't have the time to do your full routine for the day/week.