Ryanís Pair of 15* NHL Dogs: For the first time this season Ryan has TWO significant 15* Titan DOGS on one card for you to bet confidently. One is backed by a system averaging a +179 dog and has made 84.3 units in profits per one unit wagered. GET TWO incredible money making systems and bank on these dogs winning tonight. Just $25.00 for BOTH!
Game: Colorado Avalanche at Vancouver Canucks Mar 28 2012 10:05PM
Prediction: Colorado Avalanche
Grade: Loser (-100)
Reason: 15* graded play on Colorado as they take on Vancouver in NHL action set to start at 10:00 PM ET. The simulator shows a high probability that Colorado will get this significant upset win tonight. Supporting this graded play is a system that has produced a record of 322-345 for just 48% winners, but has made a whopping 103.5 units per one unit wagered since 1996. The average play has been a +140 dog. Play on road dogs of +100 to +200 using the money line and facing a division opponent, off a road loss. One of the simplest and most rewarding system that exist in the database. Anytime, a system has not only stood the test of time, but has eclipsed the century mark in profits earned per single unit wager made, then it becomes a Hall of Fame type of system. Vancouver is an imperfect 0-4 against the money line (-8.0 Units) after allowing 2 goals or less in 5 straight games over the last 3 seasons. Take Colorado
Game: Detroit Red Wings at Columbus Blue Jackets Mar 28 2012 7:35PM
Prediction: Columbus Blue Jackets
Grade: Winner (220)
Reason: 15* graded play on Columbus as they host the Detroit Red Wings in NHL action set to start at 7:30 PM ET. The simulator shows a high probability that Columbus will win this game in upset fashion. Supporting this graded play is a system that has produced a record of 142-169 for just 46% winners, but has made a whopping 84.9 units per one unit wagered. The average play has been a +179.0 dog. Play against a favorite against the money line after one or more consecutive overs, good closing team (>=+0.2 third period goals per game facing a poor closing team (<=-0.2 third period goals per game with the game taking place in the second half of the year. Both of these plays are well supported by systems that I have coined Black Jack systems drawing on the analogy to the very popular casino game. Using this system as an example of the power of playing dogs in the money line sports of the NHL and ever-so-close MLB season the results are quite evident. based on the system results, you went to the casino and played 311 hands of Black Jack and won just 46% of the plays. So, after a long night, you walked out of the casino a loser of $ 2700 per $100 hand played. However, this system, hit the same percentage and you would have walked out that night a big winner of $8,490 per $100 wager. Those payoffs will never been seen in a casino ever, but this system has produced very real results. Take Columbus and consider parlaying these two dogs with an optional 5* play.