Respectfully, I wouldn’t concern yourself with losing a wager on a total moving against you.
Greg’s numbers are solid and you won’t be disappointed.
Specifically to the point DeliveryMan makes, if you were even considering tailing Fezz, you would almost certainly have to be a consistent, locked in player.
The reason I say that: DM’s assessment is much more pertinent to Steve’s releases as opposed to Greg‘s.
To his credit, Fezz hunts and tracks down the best number like RJ rakes Amazon shopping carts. Thus, those numbers (totals and sides) are almost always available at the time of his release; however, unless you are glued to your phone and betting like a pro, the key to Steve’s success, philosophically speaking, is maximized closing line value.
So again, to DeliveryMan’s point, if you’re looking to just get down and bet winners every day, totals or sides, you will not be disappointed by shooting your best shoot with Nashville’s Number King.
If you’re sitting on restless stacks of retirement resources and looking to make money capitalizing on market movement in the sports investment arena, you should undoubtedly hire Fezz — just be prepared to bet like a pro without hesitation.
Otherwise, I suggest flipping a coin.
In the end, win or lose, that might be the ultimate way to decide everything.
Look at it this way… be it heads or tails, you’ll never walk away from that process with a push (tie/draw). That element, in and of itself, offers tremendous closing LIFE value.