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Sports Investment Results Week 36/52, 2012

Sports Investment Results Week 36/52, 2012

Week 36 – 2012 : 8 – 14 October

4 – 2, +15 units

The NHL is still totally up in the air, and the lockout continues to threaten the likelihood of the season even going ahead, which is very disappointing. We do like to handicap and bet on an NHL game, and a total especially. Will be watching with interest, for this season will be limited at best… and as mentioned, the longer this dispute drags out the closer we get to an entire season being compromised.

We have NCAAF and NFL to keep us busy obviously, but without the pucks going on, when MLB winds up, we will have quiet weekdays.

All the bitching about the replacement referees has now left the season, and we are back to regular programming. (Thank god… No more  Seahawks/Packers debacles.)

Our positions for the week were as follows:

 

MLB : Baltimore Orioles Runline +1.5, 21 to win 15, W +15

MLB : Oakland A’s “Over 7” 33 to win 30, L -33

Passed Wednesday October 10

Passed Thursday October 11

MLB : St. Louis Cardinals, 15 to win 18, W +18

NCAAF : Ohio State “under 64”, 30 to win 30, L -30

NCAAF : California -7 investing 16.5 to win 15, W +15

MLB : New York Yankees “over 8” 29 to win 30, W +30

Passed on Sunday October 14

 

Week 36 : 4 – 2, +15 units

2012 now 194-196-15, -74 units, or -7.4%

*date of event on US Calendar. Year commences post Superbowl, Sunday February 5th.

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