Everybody has to be confident in any bet they place. Everybody has some sort of ego, stubbornness to their madness but I dont think I'm as bad as it comes across on here. I've hit the bottom. Contrary to what people believe I have bet 5000 to win only 500 before and lost. I don't think I'm as reckless anymore because I have the experience and knowledge to know better.
If you want to follow my bets, follow. If not, dont. By this time next year or even at the end of the year it will definitely show I have some ability to be a long term winner.
Theres a fine line. You take the good with the bad but obviously I push things to another level. Yesterday Polanco leaves the most men on base in that baseball game in that bet. Tell me Twins scored that many runs and when you go to look at box score, Polanco the only one to put up a goose egg. Sonego wins the match but loses game spread. Mattek Sands destroys Suarez Navarro in 1st set only for her knee to completely fail on her. But you have to take the bad with the good. Dodger and Colorado were scoreless at Coors for hours. Kecmanovic pulled it out in tiebreaker on final set.
I dont twist things to fit my perspective. I see things for what they are. I know some luck is involved but when things dont go your way you cant lose your mind or go crazy because it wont help you the next day or on your next bet. Do away with negativity.