It has been a pleasure speaking to many of you through emails.
Starting tomorrow, I will no longer post plays from my system. I was hoping that I was just going through a long variance swing, but it appears that that may not be the case.
Prior to January 1st, this was my record:
109-82-3 (+72.38 units; ROI: 20.07%)
From January 1st on, this is my record (not including today):
129-132-2 (+6.40 units; ROI: 1.48%)
These combined leave me with a overall record for the NBA of:
238-214-5 (+78.78 units; ROI: 9.92%)
I will take a 10% ROI any day, but it appears that my system has lost the edge it had at the beginning of the season. I believe this is the case because the stats do not tell you as much as they did at the beginning of the season. For example, how do you quantify how good the Sacramento Kings are? They missed Martin for a long portion of the season, missed Artest for a moderate portion, missed Bibby for the first half, then had him for a few games and then traded him, and now their team is very different than opening day. That was probably a run on sentence.
If you are completely addicted to this stuff, don't worry. First you may want to seek help and if you find a good shrink let me know, but more importantly, I developed a new system based on what I believe to be sharp lines and money line inefficiencies. I will be posting these plays on most days. Let's see how this one goes.
For example the plays for today are:
NY +820 (2.5)
MEM +470 (2)
PHI +470 (2)
I have no idea if this is even going to work or be profitable, but it'll be a nice experiment I suppose.
Check back for baseball, I am very excited about this season.