Sports handicapping advice and picks from a future professional sports handicapper.

Location: Lighthouse Point, Florida, United States

I am a corporate attorney with an MBA in finance. I've practiced since 1993. Currently I work for a high-tech company that focuses primarily on intellectual property development, technology licensing and venture capital transactions. In my spare time I am studying several so-called "advantage play" techniques as they relate to sports handicapping. I hope to someday pursue sports handicapping full time. Sportsbook managers, consider yourselves duly warned.

Monday, July 18, 2005

Picks: MLB 7-18-2005

Here are three MLB plays for tonight (7/18) to get things started. My MLB plays come directly from computer software that I have developed; they will usually not be accompanied by the same level of analysis that will accompany a football selection.

Remember, always shop around to get the best price.

Tonight's plays:

The following plays all scored on my model as having a fair price of -110 or more. When I see "Even" and my model says "-110", that's a value play worth taking. Also, it's usually safe to assume that when it seems like the entire world is betting on one side of a particular play, I'll be on the other side of that play. I'm a big proponent of going against the "they're gonna kill 'em" mentality. That's what is happening so far on tonight's Yankees play ... everyone is on the OVER, which is just an added reason for me to put a unit on the UNDER. Good luck.

Marlins (Vargas) @ Diamondbacks (Gosling). Selection: Marlins (EVEN), 1 Unit.
Cubs (Williams) @ Reds (Claussen). Selection: Cubs (EVEN), 1 Unit.
Yankees (Brown) @ Rangers (Rodriguez). Section: Under 11.5 (EVEN), 1 Unit.

Current YTD Record on Posted Selections:

MLB: 0 Wins, 0 Losses, 0 Pushes. Bankroll (units) = $ EVEN.


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