The EOG Octagon (RAILBIRD v John Kelly)

Abundy

EOG Enthusiast
Except for Rail's history, I would make JK about -300.

I think JK is getting help from some Costa Rican women.
 
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shotcall0

EOG Senior Member
Birdie is pulling a Jared Goof.
This is the octagon and rail lost the first rd
But remember there’s 5 rds in a championship fight
He only has 3 picks in
Rail is goin for a 4peat n undefeated in this format
This is far from over
U don’t win 3 months in a row without skill
 

John Kelly

Born Gambler
Staff member
Reports of Rail's death are greatly exaggerated.

I will have at least four plays from this Saturday's card.

My thoughts: It's easier to win in early February than late February.
 
This is the octagon and rail lost the first rd
But remember there’s 5 rds in a championship fight
He only has 3 picks in
Rail is goin for a 4peat n undefeated in this format
This is far from over
U don’t win 3 months in a row without skill
So it takes skill to flip a coin and land heads 3X in a row? Birdie has been dominant but not ouside the variance. Once he wins enough where you can't duplicate easily with the coin test then crown his ass.
 

John Kelly

Born Gambler
Staff member
Four pieces for Saturday:

Play #12: 627 Colorado State -5.5 (-110) over Wyoming at William Hill

Play #13: 676 Illinois -6 (-110) over Rutgers at William HIll

Play #14: 765 Washington -1 (-110) over Arizona State at Westgate

Play #15: 771 Cal Davis +8.5 (-110) over Cal Santa Barbara at William Hill
 

John Kelly

Born Gambler
Staff member
Davis comes off two wire-to-wire wins while UCSB in its last game fell behind Northridge, 11-0 early, before battling back for a six-point win.

UCSB beat Davis in mid-January, 69-58, after falling behind early, 10-0.
 
Four pieces for Saturday:

Play #12: 627 Colorado State -5.5 (-110) over Wyoming at William Hill

Play #13: 676 Illinois -6 (-110) over Rutgers at William HIll

Play #14: 765 Washington -1 (-110) over Arizona State at Westgate

Play #15: 771 Cal Davis +8.5 (-110) over Cal Santa Barbara at William Hill
Rooting for that Illinois play. They are clearly the fastest tempo team in a conference of grinders. Think they are better than their record; they've had several games where they were in it until the final couple minutes only to get overcome by dumb mistakes. They were within one of the Zags in Maui with about two minutes to play. But laying six is new territory for them. Biggest concern is they are a team who plays to the level of competition.
 
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