The dog in overtime

#2
The flip side is having the Suns -12.5......giving up on the game thinking you are absolutely dead.....and checking back later to find you've won.

It's a gift from God.

If you gamble long enough, you have been on both sides of the equation.

Sorry for your loss.
 

John Kelly

Born Gambler
Staff member
#4
The "runner on second" rule makes it tough for under bettors.

When a player can hit a leadoff two-run home run, you know the game has been tweaked significantly.

I think a "runner on first" rule would have been better than placing a runner on second to begin extra innings.
 
#7
The "runner on second" rule makes it tough for under bettors.

When a player can hit a leadoff two-run home run, you know the game has been tweaked significantly.

I think a "runner on first" rule would have been better than placing a runner on second to begin extra innings.



i agree... to win a bettor needs a strikeout relief pitcher to win....along with hitters that whiff....going against contact hitters you will lose in xtra inn,. a fly ball pitcher loses.
 

John Kelly

Born Gambler
Staff member
#10
Dogs in OT can only lose
Cause
You already had the game won

Advantage: Bookmaker.

Nothing better for the house than to pay an undeserving winner.

The house will lock up that money at some point in the near future.

Bad beats in sports are similar to bad beats in poker.

Suffering multiple bad beats is a telltale sign of consistently having the best of it.
 
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