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Winning Day # 16 of 27

500♦ Winner # 14 of 18

Total of the Week

Easy Over - 12 runs combined tonight



RECENT RESULTS

8/2 - 1000♦ - N.Y. Mets (+120 RL) - Loss
8/1 - 1000♦ - Boston Red Sox (+140) - Loss
7/31 - 2000♦ - Philadelphia Phillies (-105 RL) - Loss
7/30 - 1000♦ - N.Y. Yankees (RL) - Win
7/29 - 1000♦ - Oakland A's - Win
7/28 - 1000♦ - Milwaukee Brewers (RL) - Win
7/27 - 1000♦ - Milwaukee Brewers (RL) - No Play/Off Pitcher
7/26 - 500♦ - Toronto-Boston Over - Loss
7/25 - 1000♦ - San Francisco Giants (RL +110) - Win
7/24 - 2500♦ - Chicago White Sox (+115) - Loss
7/23 - 500♦ - Oakland-Seattle Over - Loss
7/22 - 2000♦ - N.Y. Yankees (+120) - Loss
7/21 - 2000♦ - Washington Nationals (-140) - Loss
7/20 - 2000♦ - Houston Astros (RL) - Win
7/19 - 2500♦ - St. Louis Cardinals - Win
7/18 - 2000♦ - Seattle Mariners (+120) - Win
7/17 - 2000♦ - Chicago White Sox - Win
7/16 - 2000♦ - Oakland A's (RL) - NO PLAY/OFF PITCHER
7/14 - 1000♦ - Phoenix Suns - Loss
7/11 - 2000♦ - Chicago White Sox (RL) - Win
7/10 - 2000♦ - San Francisco Giants (RL) - Win
7/9 - 1000♦ - Boston Red Sox - Win
7/8 - 1000♦ - Cincinnati Reds (+100) - Loss
7/7 - 1000♦ - N.Y. Yankees - NO PLAY/OFF PITCHER
7/6 - 1000♦ - Phoenix Suns - Win
7/5 - 1500♦ - Atlanta Braves (RL -115) - Loss
7/4 - 500♦ - White Sox-Detroit OVER - Win
7/3 - 1000♦ - Milwaukee Brewers (RL) - Win
7/2 - 1000♦ - Houston Astros (RL) - Win
7/1 - 1500♦ - Atlanta Hawks - Loss
6/30 - 500♦ - Phoenix Suns-L.A. Clippers OVER - Win


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Winning Day # 16 of 27

500♦ Winner # 14 of 18

Total of the Week

Easy Over - 12 runs combined tonight
$77.77

A first inning grand slam served up by Tyler Megill and that was pretty much that with my Top-Rated 1000♦ play on the Mets in a 6-3 loss.

Tonight I see a TOTAL out there that is screaming "bet me, bet me" and I plan on cashing it in.

Winning Day # 16 of 27

500♦ Winner # 14 of 18

Total of the Week

Easy Over - 12 runs combined tonight

This game will feature 12 combined runs.

If you are reading this, the game has not started.


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Trace Adams' Rating System

A word on my rating system and money management:

 

Money management is entirely up to the individual purchasing my plays. I would never want to tell a client to bet money that is not in their personal budget. I will however tell you how much I like each individual play based upon my rating system. It is entirely up to you - the gambler - to decide how much you wish to wager on each release.

 

Obviously, the higher the star rating, the higher the wager should be. That being said, I value my 1000♦ release twice as much as my 500♦ release. And a 1500♦ play is three times as strong as a 500♦ selection.

 

The key here is that you have to determine how much a "betting unit" is worth to you in relation to your bankroll (the amount you can afford to wager) and then stay consistent. For example, if a unit is worth 20 cents, than a 500♦ play is worth $100. And, using that logic a 1000♦ play is worth twice as much, or $200, and so on.

 

Once again, whatever "unit" system you come up with, stay consistent with how the plays are rated. In other words, go small with the lower rated plays, and increase according to the higher rated stars. "Stars" and "units" should be consistent, the higher the star, the higher your unit of wager.

 

Thanks, and let's make some money!


Who is Trace Adams?

I never played pro or college ball.

 

I never hung out with jocks trying to get the inside scoop on games.

 

I certainly don't have a degree from MIT in applied mathematics.

 

But, who really cares?
 

Let's get to the important stuff:

 

I played my first football pool when I was 11. I placed my first bet with a bookie at 16. I was a runner in Vegas at 21. And I financed my entire college education through my gambling winnings.
 

I play every game I release. Some may call me a degenerate, but I call myself an informed investor.
 

This is my livelihood. I live, breathe, eat and sleep sports and sports handicapping, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. You don't have the time or energy to make that type of investment but I do because for me it's a must if I want to make money. And bottom line - the only reason any of us are gamblers is because we want to make money.
 

I will shout from the highest mountain when I win. I will cuss out every SOB on the team that costs me money. My goal is to make you money everyday, but you and I both know that's not reality. But, I strive for consistency - that's the key to making money, turning a profit over the long haul, whether that's for the week, month or season.