Discussion in 'MMA Betting Discussion' started by EzFlyer, Nov 26, 2016.
I'd give FOTN to Kelly/Camozzi over Whittaker/Brunson.
Announced on the post-fight show:
POTN Whittaker & Pedro
Jon Tuck thinks he won every round lol, please cut him.
Don't cut him, can't fade him then
Johnson is the only one that's bs
It's the only one that is clearly bs, there are a few that you could argue either way. I wish you could buy insurance on your bets for splits.
Actually I'm 1-6 in last 7 I forgot about Chandler.
all the others clearly lost. Matthews is the only iffy one but in the rounds he lost he did nothing while Holbrook was going for subs. Didn't even throw punches while on top, horrible performance
Matthews need to stop training with his dad and go to a high level camp. Can't believe him and Tuck lost. Both are superior fighters on paper but they just couldn't perform. If you actually listen to that Tuck interview you'll understand how deluded he is, guys a head case.
Tuck is just shit, he's a head case
Matthews is 22. I'd never bet on a 22 year old.
unless it's an good looking woman
hnnggg can't wait to unload my units on her again
Ended up down 9.5 units after a promising start with a big bet on Lausa.
Played Matthews for 2u at -275. Kalikas warned me that Holbrook could outgrapple him, which I thought was completely insane when I first heard it... but somehow he was right.
Thankfully I only chased 1u on Brunson at evens. He fought like an idiot. I should have known given that that's how he fought Alvey, who you would expect he'd be cautious against.
Noke, Hooker, Roundtree, Ham, and Tuck all let me down as well... had the best possible prices on all of them, at least.
Why the f did matthews keep shooting when he was winning the stand up...
I think it was because of his foot but who knows.
I keep doing the misstake of having too many units on juiced faves in parlays, even though I tell myself all the time to stop doing this. I have to stop, FOR REALS THIS TIME!
Edit: For the record i thought Matthews won r2 and r3. He did more on the feet and the ground was mostly a stalemate. Matthews had top position most of the time while Holbrook was going for subs but never had Matthews in any real danger.
Agreed. Ive lost out on 28 units profit over a week cos the judges went against tim and jake. Twice in a week fuckin sucks
I think part of my evolution as a gambler has to be growing the balls for a 5u play on a line I see serious value in. For example, Camozzi vs Kelly goes the distance at -105 is one of the best lines of the year. I felt that way strongly, yet only had maybe 1.5u on that line. I was scared away by my o1.5 and Kelly plays, but if I wanna make bank, I think I need to start recognizing when to pull the big play trigger
Have you guys seen this ?
Fix was in?
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