2008-09 NCAA Football Picks Record: 51-43 (+14.80 Units / 54%)
2008-09 NFL Football Picks Record: 47-35 (+27.00 Units / 57%)
2008-09 NHL Hockey Picks Record: 4-2 (+2.00 Units / 67%)
2008-09 NBA Basketball Picks Record: 0-0 (+0.00 Units)
2008-09 College Basketball Picks Record: 0-0 (+0.00 Units)
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Good Afternoon Players:
After a very nice weekend where we picked up 26 units of profit, I am going to see I can keep this college football hot streak going. I have a 3-unit and a 2-unit play in the two college football matchups for Tuesday night. If any of you are looking for NBA plays, I usually don't have too many early in the season. Alright, lets see if we can keep this thing going tonight...
The Visionary's Tuesday Night Free Picks
Pick: Houston Cougars -7.5 (CFB)
Value: 3 Unit Play
Pick: Ohio Bobcats -2 (CFB)
Value: 2 Unit Play
(Visionary's daily free sports picks are rated on a 1 to 5 unit scale)
How big of a role does your own personal +/- momentum play in your handicapping?
I am not sure I completely understand your question.
My own personal +/- (...well plus in my case :)...) as far as my overall unit bankroll, doesn't really play any role on how much I play on a game or what games I choose play.
However, I do subscribe to the HOT & COLD theory in some sports (mostly football), where things are going good using certain patterns, then those are the systems and strategies that you continue to use until they cool off. And, the teams that are playing well, are the teams that you should look to continue to playing well until they cool off.
But, my overall bankroll plays no role whatsoever. I don't chase or use martingale systems as I think they are losing propositions and disastrous strategies. At the same time, I don't unload on a game because I am up, nor do I consider any money that I am up, any less valuable as my starting bankroll.
I hope that answers your question.
Tough night tonight. I really thought Ohio was going to show up. Oh well, get em' this weekend again...
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