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  • I mentioned ViewFromVegas Forums at VSiN and on Twitter in regards to the ole "swagger" theory



    Dave Tuley @ViewFromVegas
    More VFV of #MLB: the Orioles’ 6-3 win over the Twins on Wednesday night was an example of a “swagger” play as I wrote about in this week’s #PointSpreadWeekly @VSiNLive; the O’s snapped their 14-game losing streak on Tuesday and then won their 2nd straight VSiN.com/subscribe








  • #2
    I try a similar angle in horses. When a horse finally gets a W off a long string of losses, I bet them back next out. With one caveat though: the horse has to have a history of burning money throughout the losing streak. Losing six in a row at 30-1 isn’t a play. Losing 6 in a row while getting bet each time out is. Thanks for the reminder, Dave.

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    • #3
      Definitely works in baseball.

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      • #4
        Ive seen people call this the light bulb angle, Kurt Hoover on TVG now was a big light bulb guy when he worked at all the so cal tracks.

        Originally posted by rdalert447 View Post
        I try a similar angle in horses. When a horse finally gets a W off a long string of losses, I bet them back next out. With one caveat though: the horse has to have a history of burning money throughout the losing streak. Losing six in a row at 30-1 isn’t a play. Losing 6 in a row while getting bet each time out is. Thanks for the reminder, Dave.
        Last edited by Ray; 06-07-2021, 08:49 PM. Reason: Fixed typo

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        • #5
          That’s a great name for it. Makes a lot of sense.

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