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I was just wondering if for consistency, its best to stick to following the top few most profitable books in one system or to follow a combination of systems. The issue I'm finding is that in following the top few books in lets say, smart and steam and combining it with Best Bets... I'm picking like 7-10 picks a day. Over the past couple of weeks I'm pretty much hovering around the .500 mark in doing this, as they usually all have different picks. Any recommendations on how to use the existing system options (steam, smart$ and best bets) in a more efficient and effective way?? Or am I on track in using a combination? Again, seems like one ends up cancelling out another in a lot of cases... maybe best bets is best? (Yes I'm a Newbie...and I don't subscribe to betlabs)...

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asked 16 Dec '13, 14:46

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In general, Steam and Smart Money moves are tools you can use to help in your own personal handicapping. For example, if you're already leaning a certain way in a game, then get confirmation from Steam or Smart Money that sharps like that side too, you can play it.

On the other hand, when we release Best Bets, we consider a multitude of factors, including Steam and Smart Money. Considering that you're relatively new to our software, I'd recommend sticking with Best Bets for now to limit your plays and exposure to your bankroll. You can continue to track the sides you like based on Steam and Smart Money and see if you can develop a system or strategy that is profitable enough to start betting in the future.

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answered 16 Dec '13, 15:20

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Thank you for your reply... that does simplify things :-)

(16 Dec '13, 15:47) dubes12

Ill stick with best bets for now

(16 Dec '13, 15:49) dubes12

best bets NBA.... seems to not be doing to well this year.. recommend avoiding and taking the other best bet plays Or.... taking the best bet NBA recommendations and hoping for a turn around?

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answered 17 Dec '13, 12:03

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We certainly still have confidence in our NBA Best Bets, but they have started the season slowly. It's really up to your level of comfort with the plays. If you'd like to wait it out first, I understand that strategy.

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answered 17 Dec '13, 12:06

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I had a 1 week trial of both products, Picks and Bet Labs.

Bet Labs is far and away your best option. Steam, Smart, etc.. is way too confusing. I tried to follow Steam and Smart money and all it did was make my head spin. I have made several betting systems for every sport, and the results are fantastic. You have to commit to the picks, and play every one of them.

Last week my system had plays on NY Knicks at San Antonio and Brooklyn at OKC. My friends thought I was nuts playing these games. Both covered as DD dogs, one winning outright.

I would strongly suggest using Bet Labs, devising profitable long term systems, and committing to them. Best thing I ever did.

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Thanks smartplays11... I sent you an email just asking for details on Bet Labs. Maybe I should of started out trying it instead.

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answered 06 Jan, 14:18

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I just responded. Good Luck

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