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I'm looking for some input on average amount of plays to play each night. I'm finding myself playing over 10 plays a night with combinations of Best Bets, Bet Labs, Steam and Smart moves. To say the least the formula has not been a profitable one. Looking for some expert opinions. Thanks

asked 31 Jan, 07:47

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Stop playing so many games.... pick one or two systems from books that are profitable only (up 7+ units at least only). Try to get quality picks over quantity... or do bet labs and make your own systems (Thats what I did)...

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answered 31 Jan, 10:01

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Depends on how many you feel good about.

I personally use another methodology to evaluate system plays further, so Saturdays I will end up with 10+ plays usually if they meet certain criteria, outside of that I certain team after looking at their schedule, trends, injuries and any other information pertinent the game and I feel good about it, I'll place a bet.

I would try to create another methodology that expounds upon that trend when placing bets.

But in the end if your making money betting every play from your systems, what wrong with that?

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answered 31 Jan, 15:39

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edited 31 Jan, 15:40

I've tried both products, and IMO Bet Labs is far and away your best resource.

The plays are the plays. 3 plays or 15 plays, doesn't matter. If you build systems that are profitable it doesn't matter how many games you play.

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answered 07 Feb, 06:01

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Smart Plays, do you have a couple good formulas you are using for Bet Labs?

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answered 07 Feb, 12:51

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I have posted several angles, you can find them in the various threads in the community.

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