Friday, 9 May 2014

He's Out of the Blocks!

He has certainly got off to a slow start this season, but at last he has had a winner.  Usian Bolt would have won the race and done a lap of honour before TheBaseballTipper 2014 had even reacted to the starters gun.  

But, to be honest there was no need to get off to a flyer, this is a marathon.  We have until October to make those five points profit for you and if we don't get there in October there is always the fall back position of using The Dangerous Method to get you to the 5 point profit target in as long as it takes.  So, sit back, relax and enjoy the ride.  

As stated in an earlier post, unlike last year, we won't be pressing until we are doing it with the bookie's money, which will be a little while yet.

Current standings at 11.00 hrs BST on Friday 9th May 2014

TheBaseballTipper 2014  -2.91 pts

TUB   -1,142.66 pts (Includes 200 pts on Wigan to be promoted @ 5-2 as 'lost' money).

For TheBaseballTipper 201you are advised to have the following three teams in a 0.1 pt patent.

Baltimore Orioles to beat Houston Astros @ 25-42.  Score 4-3

Oakland Athletics to beat Washington Nationals @ 100-117.  Score 8-0

Milwaukee Brewers to beat New York Yankees @ 23-20.  Score 3-5

Total stake for TheBaseballTipper 2014 0.7 pt.  Return 0.65.  Loss 0.05 pt

For TUB you are advised to back the same three teams in the same patent bet for the elevated stake of 10 pts.

Total stake for TUB 70 pts.  Return 64.09.  Loss 5.91 pts.

Easy Does It!


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