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LOWER THE COST OF YOUR SELECTIONS

Last night, the Wall Street Bankers Syndicate had their first big play in baseball.   Selections given to monthly and season subscribers at Pregame, and to my Crowne Club members, are rated from 1/2 unit to a very top of 2 Units.  The Syndicate play last night was big enough for us to rate it a very top 2 Units. It was an easy 5-1 win with the Dodgers. They came with it at 7:20 PM Eastern.  Subscribers and Crowne Club members has the  play by 7:25 PM.  It was much to late for me to post it in a package, announce it in the forum, and hope enough people saw the post and had not already purchased their quota for the night.  

The Syndicate had 3 plays in total last night and they swept 3-0.  The other two plays were normal and carried a 1 unit rating on Minnesota/Toronto over 7.5 (another easy win with a final totaling 11 runs}, and the 'white Sox at pick.  All three selections were made by the Syndicate too late to put them in a package.  The only selections I had early enough yesterday were two small half units from me.  I normally don't like to try to sell small plays individually.  I don't feel it's fair to charge for a small, lower probability play as the only selection in the package.    

On Monday and Tuesday, the Syndicate passed in baseball.  I had three plays in total -- all small.  Wednesday was a complete pass in baseball.  

As I told you in my post last week, I had some very important tax matters to take of before April 15, and I haven't had the time to do any informative posts here since Sunday.  I intended to continue to post packages, but as I pointed out above, there waswasn't able to post here since Sunday.  I was still handicapping, and of course the Wall Street Bankers were still betting.  Nevertheless, the only 3 selections big enough to put in a package were on Wednesday, and, as I said, the Syndicte decided on them too late for me to post in a package.  

Here's how subscribers have done since last Saturday, when we got started for the baseball season:

The money won and lost is based on a risk of the amount of our rating for the comeback win at the odd, assuming $100 units:
SATURDAY
1 unit Florida -150        Lost        -100
SUNDAY
3/4 unit Atlanta -160        Won        + 47
! unit Cubs -130                         Won        + 77
3/4 Unit Detroit -115        Won        + 65
MONDAY
1/2 unit SD +195        Won        + 98
TUESDAY            
1/2 Unit Texas over 11 -110    Won        + 50
1/2 unit Tampa Bay -120        Lost         - 50
WEDNESDAY
Pass
THURSDAY
2 Units Dodgers    -175        Won        +114
1 Unit White Sox -110        Won        +100
1 unit Toronto over 7.5 +120    Won        +120
1/2 unit Phils -135        Lost         -  50

TOTALS            8-3        +$471

Note 1:  Some people may have gotten the Toronto total on Thursday at 7 -125.  If so, they won $37 less for the week.  The 7.5 run line was the most common, however.
Note 2:  Since they lost their first baseball play of the season on Saturday, the Syndicate has swept the board 3-0!

Here's how individual package buyers did since last Saturday:
Saturday we put up the Wall Street crew's first play of the season on Florida -150 as a regular play.  Florida lost for -$100.
Sunday we put up the Syndicate play on the Cubs -130 as a regular play.  They won for a net of +$77.
Cost: $40.  Net Won/Lost -$23 -$40= -$63

Subscribers paid $195 for 30 days.  That's $6.50/day.  Cost since Saturday (no charge for pass day) $32.50.  Net Won/Lost $471 - $32.50 = +$438.50.
A $100 player made 13.5 times his cost for the 5 days, and easily recovered the full cost of his 30 days in just the first 5 days with a $243 profit and another 25 days still to go at $0 cost.

The long term monthly and season packages are priced to give a mere $25 player a reasonable return over cost.  A $25 player so far has made $110 for a cost of $32.50 -- a 300% return on the package cost.

Obviously, if you are not signing up for the package and buying selections for $15 to $25 instead, it will cost you the same $195 for between 8 and 13 selections.  In the package, we had 11 plays in just 5 days.  Betting the same amounts, assuming any threasonable win rate, you cannot possibly win as much for $195 of cost for individual plays as you will  for 30 days of subscription plays.  That is true even if you wait and only purchase the top 2 unit selections individually. 

For those who purchase individual selections because you don't bet everyday, you can skip half the month on your subscription, and still do better because you are paying just $12.50 per day for using your subscription only half the days, instead of $15-$25 per day for the same days.  Further to your advantage, instead of just one play per day for your money,  you will get all the plays we put out.  For example, last Sunday Instead of being 1-0 purchasing the daily package, you could have been 2-0 as a subscriber.  On Saturday, Instead of being 0-1 purchasing the daily package, you couuld have been 1-1 as a subscriber.  Had we been able to put up a play Thursday, you have been 1-0 in the package while subscribers were 3-1 with the loser being just a small half unit.

Obviously, a $25 player can't buy one pick for $15-$20 and expect to be a winner.  Even a $50 player is paying too much at $15-$25 for one game.  A mere $25 player can, however, purchase one pick for $6.50 per day and have a reasonable expectation of winning.  Getting an average of 3 picks per day gives that $25 player a cost of just $2.15 per pick, and a better expectation than a $100 player would have paying $25 per pick.  For A $50 - $100 player, a cost of only $2.15 per pick is a BONANZA.

Lowering your cost is as important to any business as making profits.  It's no different for sports wagering.  To get more winners for less money purchase a 30-day baseball package. CLICK HERE.

I'll also start offering today an NBA Playoff package.  Every game we put out in the NBA Playoffs all the way through the Championship  Series from me and the Wall Street Syndicate, is just $390, and I'll throw in baseball as a bonus.  If you are already subscribed for baseball, you can get on board for both sports to the end of the NBA in June by merely adding a $195 supplement.  You get almost 2 months of all picks in the NBA and baseball for the cost of 2 months of baseball only.  

If things keep going as they have a $50 to $100 player will get the full cost of the NBA/MLB subscription package back long before the credit card bill has to be paid.  To get the NBA Playoff package CLICK HERE To supplement your baseball package already purchased call 1-800-PREGAME.

For those who prefer Daily Packages. we'll have selections up about 12 Noon Eastern time on Saturday. 

A professional sports bettor and card player for 24 years, Rob is known as being as an expert handicapper and bettor, as well as one of the few sources for picks of the professional sports betting groups... Read more

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