I am your typical "old school" type bettor who does not use trends to make my selections and I am more of a situational handicapper that tries to get value based off public perception. You gotta be forgiving in the world of handicapping so if one team looked terrible one week, it does not mean they will be terrible again and more likely than not will be out redeem themselves the following week. I grew up listening to the old Stardust Line show which was aired on Sundays as 10pm on AM 720 KDWN in Las Vegas. i grew up in Los Angeles so I don't know how i got the signal but I did. I was still in junior high when I would listen to the show so I would have to stay up late as the next day was a school day but it was all worth it. My favorite sport to handicap is NFL football. I am a huge Raiders fan along with the USC Trojans, Los Angeles Dodgers, Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Kings. When I am not watching sports I like to play Texas Hold em as the local casino or occasionally play the ponies. I guess gambling is a big part of my life but I enjoy it and would love to do it for a living. My top favorite sports moments of all time in order are: 1) Kirk Gibson's home run in the 1988 World Series 2) Team USA's Mircacle on Ice in the 1980 Olympics 3) Robert Horrys game winning shot in game 4 vs Sacramento in the 2001 Western Conference Finals. Since I am in Los Angeles am and only a 4hr drive to Vegas, I head there when I can as nothing is better than walking into a sportsbook on Sunday with all the monitors showing all the different games going on at the same time. I do however miss the Stardust Hotel and Casino where I placed my first bet and where the line use to originate before all the ffshore establishments started. Well that was a little about me and I wish you the best if you decide to follow my plays and my style of capping. Late!