[quote user="Dr. Ed Meyer"]
Always happy to help. The SDQL is:
A and WP>=50 and SG=2 and p:L
I assume you want to include 2, 3, and 4 game series. If you want to restrict it to a two-game series, use:
A and WP>=50 and SG=2 and p:L and SGS=2
Note that WP is winning percentage, which runs from 0 to 100. More than once I have typed in:
WP>=500 and wondered why I didn't get any results.
ra it and only came up with 9 plays for 2014, so something amiss (maybe I did something wrong). had checked manually and results had been 43-24 this season so far (game 2) for +2005....thru last weekend
The only way to avoid going 1-7 is not to release 8 plays.
Here's what happened yesterday.
I have the Tigers under. In the second inning Danks hits the first batter and walks the next two. How can I handicap for this eventuality? This is something I would expect in little league -- not from a MLB veteran.
I have the Twins +165 and they are up 2-0 in the fifth and I have the under in that game. I have Indians and they are up 5-4 going into the eighth, I have the Astros and they are up 4-2 in the fifth and I have the Braves +170 and they outhit the Dodgers 9-5 and lose 2-1. I'm not arguing that I should have won all of these, but losing them all was certainly unlucky.
My only winner yesterday was the Orioles and Angels UNDER and they went into extra innings at zero. Over the past two weeks, I have lost virtually every game that could have gone either way.
Many of my systems are under 500... For example 1587-1612, but they teams average +125 on the moneyline. When you have systems that are under 500, but are loaded with line value (10% ROI), you are going to have losing streaks.
My ONLY goal in posting the plays at pregame is to end up with the highest net profit at the end of the season that I possibly can.
I give NO consideration whatsoever to how many games the customers wants to play or which team they do or do not want to bet. The bad results certainly have taken a chunk out of may bankroll, and we are performing all kinds of tests to determine if there is an assignable cause*.
*An example of an assignable cause would be when the significance of trends involving NBA teams playing with no rest was altered when teams purchased private planes -- I believe the Pistons were the first team to do this.
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