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Old 01-01-2011, 06:23 PM
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Selection from Covers:

"Your pick was graded at: 14.5 SPORTSBETTING

EXPERT: Ted Sevransky

EVALUATION: (Win)(100) - Final Score Washington 19 Nebraska 7"



Selection from Memo:

"Washington +14 -110 (235)"




OK so Memo has some integrity....
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Old 01-02-2011, 09:17 PM
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No more touts.

I have stopped dabbling in the paranormal.

I understand Sportsmemo.

At all times, somebody will be designated as "Documented Number One."

It's worse than the old regional wrestling federations, each with their own "World Champion."

I look forward to Teddy on the back cover or "Gaming Today" every week, but I probably won't be calling in.
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Old 01-03-2011, 10:20 AM
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No more touts.

I have stopped dabbling in the paranormal.

I understand Sportsmemo.

At all times, somebody will be designated as "Documented Number One."

It's worse than the old regional wrestling federations, each with their own "World Champion."

I look forward to Teddy on the back cover or "Gaming Today" every week, but I probably won't be calling in.


Sad......the gunslinger and the mudslinger hang it up
on the same day....
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Old 01-11-2011, 10:01 PM
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PICK: 1/10/11 Auburn
Your pick was graded at: -1.5 BetJamaica
EXPERT: Ted Sevransky
EVALUATION: (Win)(100) - Final Score Oregon 19 Auburn 22


Covers uses +3 for Spreitzer's Oregon and 1.5 for Teddy's Auburn....

Seems fair.
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Old 01-12-2011, 02:13 AM
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Bodog did consistently deal +3 and never moved off the +3, but for weeks it was heavily juiced. I don't know exactly what line they had because they put the largely non-existent square line on their public line feeds, but from reading other forums from people complaining that Bodog wouldn't offer a ML or move off the 3, it seems like it was somewhere in the +3 -130 to +3 -140 at most lines. The big issue is whether they'd have counted the juice in the record if it lost, so that might be something to keep your eye on.

Not that using a line available at a single low-limit book is at all fair, but failing to include the juice in the record would be even worse.
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Old 01-28-2011, 06:59 AM
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1/24-1/27

2-8 run

He writes some convincing stuff not quite the
eloquence of Malinsky but good stuff that softens
a 20% blow. On the bright side he did better
than the '85 Castaways champ (lol) Larry Ness
who went 1-9.

Don't worry Teddy I hear indoor football is right
around the corner.

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Old 03-13-2011, 05:08 PM
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"Your pick was graded at: -7.5

EXPERT: Ted Sevransky

EVALUATION: (Loss)(-110) - Final Score Tulsa 47 Georgia Force 53

REASON FOR PICK: I will not be doing detailed write-ups for Arena Football this year – the information is simply too valuable, especially early in the season. That being said, Tulsa has all the makings of a dismal ‘bet against’ squad in 2011. I’ll step in front of the Talons right here in Week 1, expecting the Force to be good enough to beat them by a TD or more. Take Georgia.



Touts always have valuable info they can't divulge. 'Big Al', Lawrence same
thing on their write-ups. If the data/info is so valuable why does this happen?
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Old 07-09-2011, 11:11 AM
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Kind of a low blow, walking away from a house could easily be +EV
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Old 07-09-2011, 12:24 PM
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Heim,
Why wouldn't you give an underwater house back to the bank?
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Old 07-09-2011, 03:48 PM
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Who wouldn't walk away since banks played the biggest role in creating it,
however, it's just the irony of the the situation, Fezzik included. You have
E60/ESPN doing features on these two with the in game wagering.....they
sit there portraying numbers geeks that make money at this, filtering
all this info during a game and finding value in a number, yet the biggest
investment they make in life, a house, they get buried. What's Fezzik's
house worth now?
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