MY OVERALL RECORD 19-0
I’ve just had the chance of wagering with John Morrison’s Sports Betting Champ framework since March 2009 and I’ve made 19 wagers up until this point.
I purchased the framework at a not exactly great time since it was the finish of the NBA wagering season, and before the MLB season began, so I needed to trust that quite a while will make any wagers. I wish I would have tracked down this open door sooner, on the grounds that the NBA season was UNDEFEATED at 79 successes and no misfortunes!
I have made 2 wagers for the NBA and 17 wagers such a long ways with the MLB season. Here are my outcomes so far:
MY NBA RESULTS
3/26 Los Angeles Lakers versus Detroit Pistons
Despite the fact that I love the Pistons, I was encouraged to wager on the Lakers to dominate the match, and obviously they did and I won the bet.
6/09 Los Angeles Lakers versus Orlando Magic
It was Game 3 of the NBA Finals and surprisingly however the Magic shot above 62% for the game, and 75% in the principal half, they scarcely got by with a success 108-104. I truly figured Kobe would be his standard self and haul it out with a success toward the end, yet he missed a few free tosses towards the end and the Magic proceeded to dominate the match, for their first success of the series, as well as in establishment history. Kid am I happy that I’m utilizing the Sports Betting Champ! One more win for me.
MY MLB RESULTS
5/1 Seattle Mariners versus Oakland Athletics
I was told to wager on the Athletics in this game at +1.5 and I’m happy I did in light of the fact that despite the fact that the A’s were ahead the majority of the game, the Mariners returned toward the end and dominated the match in the ninth inning by one run 8-7. I obviously, won this bet.
5/21 Texas Rangers versus Detroit Tigers
The Rangers were the longshot at +1.5 in this game and they wound up losing by 1 run. The Rangers followed the entire game essentially, until the eighth inning when they restricted at 3-3. The Tigers proceeded to win in the 10th by a score of 4-3. I won another.
5/25 Florida Marlins versus Philadelphia Phillies
I truly figured the Phillies would dominate this match since they appear to be the better group, but I was encouraged to wager on the Marlins +1.5 and the Marlins won 5-3, despite the fact that Ryan Howard hit two homers. Another success for me.
5/25 St. Louis Cardinals versus Milwaukee Brewers
This game was a pitchers duel between the Cardinals Chris Carpenter and the Brewers Yovani Gallardo. There was no score after 9 innings, so it went into additional items. In the tenth inning, a mistake by the Cardinals caused issues down the road for them when the Brewers Bill Hall drove in the triumphant run, making the last score 1-0. I was told to wager on the Cardinals +1.5, and since they lost by 1 run, I actually won the bet.
5/29 Boston Red Sox versus Toront Blue Jays
The Blue Jays pitcher Casey Janssen tossed 7 great innings and the Blue Jays beat the Sox 6-3. The Blue Jays were longshots at +1.5, so I won by and by.
6/10 New York Yankees versus Boston Red Sox
The Red Sox remained amazing against the Yankees this season, and took over the lead position in the American League East. They pushed out the Yankees with a 6-5 win. I picked the Yankees at +1.5 and since the Yankees just lost by one run, I won a bet by and by.
6/22 St. Louis Cardinals versus New York Mets
I was told to wager on the New York Mets at – 1.5 to win this bet. This implies the Mets need to dominate the match, by something like 2 runs for me to win the bet. The Mets were ahead the vast majority of the game, however towards the end their lead was just one run. In the lower part of the eighth, Luis Castillo of the New York Mets scored on a grounder up the center to put the Mets ahead 6-4. The Mets closer came in the ninth inning, and shut the entryway and the Mets wound up winning 6-4, so I won one more wagered with this framework.
6/22 San Francisco Giants versus Oakland Athletics
Despite the fact that I’m a stalwart Giants fan, I was told to wager on the An’s in this game. The A’s were the top pick at – 1.5, so they needed to win by no less than 2 runs for me to win the bet. The A’s pitcher Trevor Cahill pitched 7 in number innings, just surrendering one run and Bobby Crosby hit a line drive twofold down the a respectable starting point line, to give the’s a 4-1 lead and the Athletics proceeded to dominate the match by a score of 5-1. I won another baseball bet!
6/24 Minnesota Twins versus Milwaukee Brewers
This game resembled a without a doubt win for the Twins, however everything went downhill with 2 outs in the eighth inning. A solitary, RBI twofold, and two mistakes was a lot for the Twins to survive, in light of the fact that the Brewers returned and dominated this match 4-3. I bet on the Brewers at +1.5, so all they needed to do was lose by 1 run or less, or dominate the match. Since they dominated this match, I won this bet!
6/27 Philadelphia Phillies versus Toronto Blue Jays
I was told to wager on the Phillies to dominate this match at – 1.5, however I was terrified. The Phillies were doing genuinely terrible as of late, and didn’t appear to win any time soon. In any case, I don’t have any idea what got into them today, since they killed the Blue Jays 10-0! The Phillies’ Jayson Werth hit two homers, and was a triple short of the cycle. The Phillies starter J. A. Happ tossed his first vocation shutout, just permitting 5 hits. As you would have speculated, I won one more wagered.
6/29 Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim versus Texas Rangers
The Angels pitcher Sean O’Sullivan hung on in this game and got his second profession win when the Angels beat the Rangers 5-2. O’Sullivan tossed 6 great innings, just surrendering 2 runs. The Angels tore the game open with 4 runs in the sixth inning and they never thought back, dominating this match 5-2. I was told to wager on the Angels at +1.5, and I won one more wagered with this framework.
**6/29 Detroit Tigers versus Oakland Athletics**
The Athletics struck out 14 Tigers’ players this evening, and the A’s traveled to a 7-1 triumph behind 3 hits by Ryan Sweeney. A’s pitcher Brett Anderson tossed a decent 5.1 innings, and the warm up area hung on as the A’s won 7-1. I was told to wager on the An’s at +1.5, and since they dominated the match, I won one more wagered.
**6/30 Boston Red Sox versus Baltimore Orioles**
The Orioles made a memorable rebound against the Red Sox this evening, beating the Red Sox by a score of 11-10. The O’s were down 10-1 in the lower part of the seventh inning, when the O’s scored 5 runs each in the seventh and eighth innings to make the establishments biggest rebound triumph. I was told to wager on the Orioles at +1.5, and I was certain that they would lose in the wake of seeing the score after 6 innings when it was 9-1 with the Red Sox ahead. I won this bet obviously.
6/30 Houston Astros versus San Diego Padres
While Astros starter Mike Hampton was on the hill, the Astros look lost. Notwithstanding, when he left they woke up when David Eckstein’s RBI single assisted with making a rebound by scoring 3 runs in the seventh inning that gave the Padres the rebound triumph by a score of Padres 4 Astros 3. I bet on the Padres at +1.5, so I won one more wagered.
6/30 Colorado Rockies versus Los Angeles Dodgers
The Rockies starter Jason Marquis simply expected to toss 86 pitches to toss a total game 2 hitter versus the Dodgers. It was just the fifteenth two hitter in Rockies history. He likewise assisted his goal by driving in 2 runs of his own on a seventh inning single for his tenth triumph of the period. I bet on the Rockies at +1.5, and since they dominated the match by a score of 3-0, I won one more wagered.
7/3 Detroit Tigers versus Minnesota Twins
I figured this game could never end. The Tigers were ahead 6-0 by the highest point of the third inning, so I thought this game was a without a doubt win for the Tigers. Be that as it may, the Twins scored 5 runs in the lower part of the sixth inning to tie the game at 7-7. The score remained 7-7 until the fourteenth inning, when the Tigers scored a run and I figured they would come out triumphant. Then, at that point, the lower part of the inning came, when the Twins scored a rush to tie the game at 8-8. At long last in the sixteenth inning, the Tigers scored 3 runs, and the Twins could oversee 1 more spat the base. The Tigers dominated the match by a score of 11-9 out of 16 innings, and this game took more than 5 hours to finish. Obviously, I won this bet since I was told to wager on the Tigers at +1.5, and since they dominated the match, I won one more wagered with this framework.
7/4 Pittsburgh Pirates versus Florida Marlins
Florida Marlins beginning pitcher Andrew Miller was strong all through the game, and with the assistance of Hanley Ramirez’s 2 run grand slam in the first inning, the Marlins held off the troublesome Pirates by a score of 5-3. I was told to wager on the Marlins at – 1.5, so they would have needed to win by no less than 2 runs for me to win the bet. Since they won by a score of 5-3, I won one more wagered by and by!