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Wiseguy Vegas Runner checks in with Host Gill Alexander to discuss how bettors and syndicates are reacting to offshore book closures, and why it's a good thing. Plus, the two discuss why all line movement is not created equally, what to keep in mind when considering the notion of returning starters when capping College Football win totals, and why Tito Ortiz and a certain MLB club find themselves on VR's overvalued list this week. Then, Pregame Pros Dave Essler, GoodFella, and Dwayne Bryant discuss the upcoming NFL preseason and regular season, and offer up MLB leans on tonight's board, with Basewinner in the anchor position with his sabermetrics-inspired MLB plays of the day. It's all on Wednesday's Betting Dork (August 3, 2011).
Thanks so much for the kind words, Game....Basewinner plays it like all modelers do w great conviction in their engine....if the numbers demand the play, then you simply owe it to yourself to pull the trigger. But you're right: to have that result in the Astros as chalk...wow. It speaks to the pinpoint nature and application of the data he is using.
Thx for listening and for taking the time to post!
Good show as usual Gill. Thanks. Not sure how Basewinner had the Stros lined as chalk after plugging in the lineups but the guy is good; tip of the cap.