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Early MLB System [Emailed]

EARLY MLB SYSTEM LOOKING AHEAD…
Here is a very simple situation / system coming up for MLB that I’ll share on the house:

*Early in the MLB season, why would anyone want to bet favorites? Or put another way, risk more than a coin toss on any given team? Because you like the color of their jersey or think that how they did last year will be how their first month or so goes? I think not…
We don’t yet know who the teams are. Records like 0-2 or 5-10 or 10-5 are meaningless considering sample size and how long the season is. If you take into consideration the idea that early games are a coin toss and (fact) coin tosses will favor the underdog in the long run. Also, good players and coaches understand (like quality bettors I’ll add) that the season is a grind and don’t get down on themselves while they’re about 28-30 games in WHATEVER their record is.
Just so you know, there is no back fitting going on here. I’ll show you the idea / base system:
THE SYSTEM
*Look for a team that is an underdog who has not yet played 28 or more games.

SDQL: ’28 > game number and line > 105′

That’s it. Nothing else:
A TEST:
Let’s put it another way. Testing the premise is something worth doing.
Put it through its paces under the broadest parameters and see is the IDEA and LOGIC is there and sound.
*Look for a team that is an underdog in the first month of MLB:
month=4 and line > 105
 
1314-1747 (42.9%, +37.92 units) SU
 
CHECK!
 
I like using game number better in this case as it more accurately describes my hypothesis.
 
Honestly, you could leave it at just that though:
(28 > game number and line > 105)
Less is more. Simpler is better.

In a follow up to this post though, I’ll show you one way I got this to a 1303-1590 +144.63 units +5% roi system.
I’m separating the posts to show you that the following is NOT back fitting.

This is a viable premise ON ITS OWN as are all of my system. I make sure of that. If you don’t do this step you’re like the kid in school who cheats on a test: sure you got the grade you wanted, but are you going to win later on in life?

 
Stay tuned…
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So last email we came up with:

’28 > game number and line > 105″
Totally viable on its own in its simplest forum which includes two requirements (parameters) and appears to confirm the hypothesis that early MLB games are a coin flip and tie goes to the underdog.
LET’S AMP IT UP A BIT!
*28 > game number>1 and line > 105′
(It isn’t the team’s opening game of the season)
’28>game number>1 and line > 105 and month!=3
(Filter out March while it is still freezing cold…uncharted territory).
“28>game number>1 and month!=3 and 105<=line<275
(Forget enormous underdogs. There might actually be a reason. Minor filter there though)
28>game number>1 and month!=3 and 105<=line<275 and WP<=60
(We want to add value to this by avoiding teams getting ahead too early. It goes against the core logic of the system. If you’re above .600; you might start to loosen the belt and get cocky. That’ll only hurt our strategy’)
Finally, I wanted to add this one:
(’28>game number>1 and month!=3 and 105<=line<275 and WP<=60 and total>6.5′)
Totals below 7 are usually pitcher duals. Let’s avoid those and let pure chance, fielding and lucky triples get us to the coin flip.

POWERFUL SUBSET SYSTEM:

We’re now are 1303-1590 (45%, +144.63 units, +5% roi) SU

There are 10 out of eleven winning seasons and the one that lost was marginal and all the way back in 2005 (the first year in the database for this system).
Still at 2,893 games, but I’ll let it at this. You can improve on it with your own ideas.
I’d rather give out a broad system that should work no matter how you filter it down.
If you think that anything is back fitted here though you’ve missed the point.
Enjoy and have a great day!
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2.21.2015 Results: 4-1 +4.0 Units

Game Score Status Pick Amount
Cornell 51 7:00 PM ET Cornell +10 1.00
Yale 62    One point loss

Since 2006, bad offenses (ppg < 1 stdev from median) are 455-298-14 (60.4%) ATS as big, undervalued road dogs.

PENNSYLVANIA +15.5 and COLUMBIA -1 both come very close.
I might put down a little on the side with these later depending on how lines move…
Cornell is mostly a technical play, but my two cents is that the line is too high….linesmakers know how the public would react to a 21 points loss….but it was on the road and Courtney (head coach of Cornell) is in a “spot” here now.
A couple of areas that I could see Yale struggling or slacking with will be in their rebounding ability and their ability to create turnovers / takeaways against Cornell thus leading to a closer game than 10 points. Sprinkle in a little predicted motivation that Cornell might have….we’re buying at a valued low here and selling off high. Similar things with Penn and Columbia…
NHL RAW NUMBERS

Game Score Status Pick Amount
Colorado (W) 4 8:30 PM ET Colorado +205 1.00
Chicago 1    WINNER!

Balls to the wall. +205 on Colorado. 32% implied odds of this bet winning by

Vegas and raw numbers say it is better than +50% chance that ‘Rado takes the cake.
That’s a hell of an edge…
*NHL Raw Numbers (Basics) are 135-70 +38.62 Units*
This system is up +10.07 units this season.
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The Bottom Line: NFL, MLB, CFB

Here is an article written from August of 2011. Still holds strong…particularly the idea of MOMENTUM in NCAAF…

“I was asked a question that I figured I’d answer with Football Season fast approaching. The question was, do you generalize a formula for all sports you run? The answer is a big NO. They’re all different animals. MLB is perhaps the most complicated as it is a “different animal” from month to month. Let me give you a couple of very basic, and fundamental differences between the three.

You’ve hopefully come to realize that the perhaps the best place to look for value in sports betting is in games after the team lost. This holds true in just about all of them, but some more than others. The main point I want to make in this email is that MLB, NFL, and NCAAF are all momentum driven sports; however, the way you should look to capitalize varies with each:

Here’s some proof:

-In MLB: teams win 51.0% of the time after a WIN (55.0% at home and 46.6% percent on the road).
-In MLB: teams win 48.9% of the time after a LOSS (53.8% at home and 44.6% percent on the road).

Don’t get excited though about tailing teams off wins and fading losses. It is of course all covered by the house. The real question is…

Where would you have lost the most amount of money, and where the least?

Last 7 Years:

-In MLB: betting a team after a WIN would lose you -426.31 units (-203.40 at home and -222.91 on the road).
-In MLB: betting a team after a LOSS would lose you -560.02 units (-128.72 at home and -431.30 on the road).

See how a contrarian look at things will reveal an instant loophole?

======An MLB trick **
In baseball, consider the classic get-away loss situation. If a team lost every game of a series, it would be logical to say that they are wanting the win here especially at home in front of their fans. That’s not to say that it actually happens though…after all; they probably lost the first two for a reason. The away team in the last game of a series hits the road…it’s case to case, but very often a road team is thinking about their next series more than they are this game if the series is already won and done so you can pull off some nice dog wins on the home team if you’ve got any reason to believe that they’ll be 110% while the get-away team is only 90% into it. Go back and look at our action on Sunday; some of those dogs fit the bill…



In the last 7 years home teams are 537-441 (54.9%) and +48.27 units against a get away team that is 2-0 in a 3 game series. In general, home teams have a 4.45% edge over away teams in the last 7 years, but the difference between taking them any given moment, and in this get-away opponent spot is 382.09 units (you’d lose -333.82 units blindly taking home teams in the last seven years and make 48.27% betting them off of that unique previous loss situation).
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MLB Bottom Line:

Let’s look at bases one more way and then move onto the next: what happens in a matchup where the team lost their last, and the opponent won their last home and away, and vis versa:

Team just lost and Opponent just won…
-In MLB: the team wins this game 48.7% and would have lost you -484.8 units (-132.18 at home (53.5%) and -352.62 on the road (44.6%)).

Team just won and Opponent just lost…
-In MLB: the team wins this game 51.28% and would have lost you -345.89 units ( -93.39 at home (55.4%) and -252.50 on the road (46.5%)).

Again. It’s all momentum based, but you can see that home teams off of a loss vs. a fat and happy road team is where you begin to see some value! The trick to capping this is to distinguish wins and losses like I did for you today with the Mets and Padres. Now a look at NFL

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NFL Last 7 Years:-In NFL: teams win 2776-2393-5 (53.7%) of the time after a WIN (63.8% at home and 44.9% percent on the road).
-In NFL: teams win 2333-2711-5 (46.25%) of the time after a LOSS (38.4% at home and 53.0% percent on the road).Pretty big difference here SU (straight up). Lots more momentum builds off of wins especially when you go play in front of your fans off a win! So let’s make some money??? Sadly no, this is of course covered well along with trying to bank on the idea that home teams get shaken up performing in front of their fans off a loss. Let me show you:-In NFL: teams win ATS — 2505-2537-132 (49.68%) of the time after a WIN (50.6% at home and 48.9% percent on the road).
-In NFL: teams win ATS 2472-2435-142 (50.38%) of the time after a LOSS (48.8% at home and 52.2% percent on the road).Only one little shining beacon of hope but really not much. A team off of a loss now on the road away from their brutal fans. Interesting. It’s far from an auto bet, but notice how the lines makers let this one slide because most never really think it’s a good bet? They only patch holes they need to worry about.

NFL Bottom Line:

Team just lost and Opponent just won…
-In NFL: the team wins this game 1092-1475-3 42.53% and 1267-1235-68 (50.64% ATS) (51.0% ATS at home (51.2% SU) and 50.2% ATS on the road (31.1% SU)).

Team just won and Opponent just lost…
-In NFL: the team wins this game 1475-1092-3 57.4% and 1235-1267-68 (49.3% ATS)  (49.8% ATS at home (68.9% SU) and 49.0% ATS on the road (48.8% SU)).

More momentum here, but as usual; it’s all covered by the linesmakers…now check out some HUGE momentum you’ll see in College football…

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NCAAF Last 30 Years:

-In NCAAF: teams win 10652-7601-188 (58.35%) of the time after a WIN (63.8% at home and 44.9% percent on the road).
-In NCAAF : teams win 7084-9544-165 (42.6%) of the time after a LOSS (38.4% at home and 53.0% percent on the road).

Gigantic difference here SU (straight up). Lots more momentum builds off of wins especially when you go play in front of your fans off a win! So let’s make some money??? Actually…in this case yes.

-In NCAAF : teams win ATS — 8752-8525-290 ATS (50.65%) of the time after a WIN (51.67% ATS at home and 49.8% ATS on the road).
-In NCAAF : teams win ATS — 7427-7674-276 ATS (49.18%) of the time after a LOSS (48.55% ATS at home and 49.72% ATS on the road).

So hopefully you see the difference now between College Football and NFL. In NCAAF you ride momentum, in NFL you look more for parity. You’ll find yourself betting more on the bad team in NFL. This makes sense if you consider the fact that everything a linesmaker does revolves around designing a losing wager that people will gravitate too. Plain and simple NFL is very hard unless you’re thinking like the linesmaker.

CFB Bottom Line:

Team just lost and Opponent just won…
-In NCAAF: the team wins this game 2662-5358-74 42.6% and 1267-1235-68 (48.6% ATS) (48.3% ATS at home (41.63% SU) and 48.65% ATS on the road (22.51% SU)).

Team just won and Opponent just lost…
-In NCAAF: the team wins this game 5358-2662-74 57.4% and 3910-3698-127 (51.39% ATS)  (51.34% ATS at home (77.48% SU) and 51.69% ATS on the road (58.36% SU)).

Home field advantage plus momentum…wooow. Well if you’re thinking about the money line forget it. Unless you like -3000 odds! But we do have some obvious edges here to run with.”

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Selection for today…

Game Score Status Pick Amount
Edmonton 2 2:00 PM ET Ottawa -1 +108 1.00
Ottawa (W) 7    WINNER!  to win

*Raw (basics) NHL numbers are 130-67 65.98% +36.92 Units this season*

Pretty easy to call a winner when you’re working off of that…
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2.11.2015 Selection Results

Nothing for today.
3 Team Parlay:
#051 DALLAS +1.5 WON
#053 OTTAWA ML WON
#059 NY RANGERS ML WON
(0.31 to win 1 unit) WON!
 
Smaller edge on Dallas, but a strong projection of “EQUILIBRIUM” on that game…
…which means that it is a pretty solid 50/50 proposition: anyone could win. We have the odds of a 1 point game extremely high for Dallas.
The other two have strong raw number edges and pass a few extra filters.
 
Game Score Status Pick Amount
Denver - 10:30 PM ET L.A. Lakers -1.5 1.00
L.A. Lakers -    pending…

Here is a system that has improved since it went into the database:

It is currently at 111-241 (31.7%) now as a fade system (today of course fading Denver).
Basic raw number as well on this one…
Good luck,
Tom
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2.7.2015 Thoughts…

6-4 +1.6 on systems yesterday – Record improves when the systems don’t go against raw numbers fyi.
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Anyways, all systems without a conflict (another system going the other way are now: 25-12 +13.02 units now last three days.
Nothing qualifies as a top play for now, but some raw number basics and up and quite a number of systems.
Consider #697 MERCER -5 (WINNER) in addition as there are two systems plus a raw number agreement (to fade Mercer’s opponent).
Has been good since added to the database…
Will follow up if I have anything.
A 100% viable strategy I suggested to a client that I thought I’d share was this:
Easy and quick:
Quick and easy method #1
Step 1: Start with either large raw number edges (2.0 plus for example in NCAAB)
Step 2: Take games where you have a supporting system.
This should yield easily 55+ ATS.
Quick and easy method #2
Could do the other way around too:
Step 1. Stay with a game with a supporting system and no conflicting systems.
Step 2. Check to make sure raw number aren’t either highly negative or to be more conservative, negative at all.
This strategy, is solid as well, but I like prioritizing the raw number as they something that can be blindly bet with the most confidence. Systems, blindly bet
I’m reserving the email still just for top plays.
A top play is more or less first method and then an incredible amount of extra filtering and checks and my own intuition that I can’t even begin to describe in a nutshell.
Three Team Parlay:

#005 Dallas ML (L by 1)
#012 Montreal ML W
#015 Detroit ML W

(0.36 units to win 1 unit) Lost
 

Montreal would be the best of the three for you to consider taking solo as NHL raw basics are still 124-66 +31.62 Units even after a bit of a dip last few days.

NBA DAILY RAW NUMBERS

Game Score Status Pick Amount
Chicago 107 7:00 PM ET Chicago -1.5 1.00
New Orleans 72    WINNER!
(System power subset + Raw numbers)
 
Good luck,
Tom
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2-0 Day in CBB

Game Score Status Pick Amount
George Washington 55 4:00 PM ET Rhode Island -2.5 1.00
Rhode Island 59    WINNER!
Vanderbilt 58 4:30 PM ET Texas A&M -4.5 1.00
Texas A&M 69    WINNER!
Here are my top two for today currently out of a number of possible selections for today (basics). I think it would be reasonable to take all of them considering how many games there are.
I like Rhode Island the best out of the bunch:
So far over 90% of the bets are on George Washington…
*This season, GW doing a very poor job in the following areas against opponents like Rhode Island:
*Rebounding
*Take aways
Rhode Island on the other hand is has been playing great defense against other tough teams, not allowing take aways and creating take aways AND doing a good job with offensive rebounds.
Rhode Island hasn’t don’t well getting the points up there, but I think that with strong defense and the ability to rebound offensively this one is easy.
GW is 3-5 on the road this season struggling….their last one a 72-48 blowout loss.
*This season, George Washington is just 1-9-0 ATS against plus .500 teams. They not as good as their record indicates.
Technical play on Texas AM; raw numbers are insane; we’re just following them here mostly.
Passing. Nothing for today.
NY Islanders +111 come close.
Should gain value prior to gametime.
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NHL Winner + System (Won as well)

I’ve been logging systems into the database all morning here is one I liked.
I wanted to say why it is good and why it is not the best.
SYSTEM: Sub .500 road dogs off of a conference win as a dog greater than 5 points are 188-138-4 (57.7%) ATS and profitable on the moneyline.
Why it is not the best system I’ve ever given you:
I count 7 parameters. That is sort of a lot. You could actually argue just 2 parameters depending on how you define ‘parameter.’ For example, some people might say conference win as a dog is 3 parameters while some might just consider that as one. Second, Logic? I think the logic is here, but you can’t be positive.
Why it is a GOOD / VIABLE system (there are definitely more pros with this one):
1. Logic: A team just won an important, difficult game as a medium to large sized underdog. They proved everyone wrong. They’ll get a boost of steam while everyone will be thinking fluke.
2. The moneyline is profitable, in this case over 70 units at a just 25.2% SU win rate! I like when the moneyline is profitable AS WELL AS the spread.
3. 330 game sample
4. +2.77 Z-Score. That is solid. 1 or 1.5 is considered good and 2 is statistically, considered, very possibly NOT the product of pure chance.
5. 7 out of 9 profitting seasons! Not only does this span a large section of CBB history, it wins year in and year out. One year was a marginal loss and the other was way back in 2006. Things have changed since then.
Someone asked me the question:
“Will all of your systems be equal?”
Here’s my answer:
ROUGHLY, YES, they will all be worth the same. Some of them are more valuable, but the overall difference is going to be negligible. I might make a note is one system is an extremely good system. If you’re not sure, you can always ask me, but it is just my OPINION as another statistician. Again tho…
When in doubt, here are the things that I really like to see in a system:
*Simplicity. Few parameters.
*Logic
*Large sample. I don’t take 5-0, 10-0, systems too seriously.
*Winning seasons to losing seasons.
*Lots of history to support.
*Consistency over seasons.
SYSTEM Today is active on Miami Ohio +13.5 or Miami Ohio +1000
A regular play like any other or a pass.
Systems are only about a third of my overall capping. I’m passing for now. I may come back later and hit Miami if the line moves some more.
TWO TEAM PARLAY WINNER!
#069 Minnesota ML
#064 Montreal ML
(0.5 units to win 1 unit)
 

*Raw numbers basics for NHL are 118-61 +30.19 Units this season.*

Good luck,
Tom
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Free NFL Conference Week Write-up

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Last week: What a game in Foxborough. If you didn’t see it, go back and watch a replay. An instant classic. Hard to come by a legitimate game where the players actually won the game these days…
***NFL PLAYOFF SYSTEM OF THE WEEK:
*Playoff underdogs on their second or more straight playoff road game are 26-14-0 (65.0%) ATS and 34-5-1 (87.2%) in a 6 point teaser.
Active to PLAY ON the Indianapolis Colts +7
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*Patriots are 12-1-0 on Turf (artificial) this season and 1-3 on grass. They’re at home (turf) again….but let’s keep this in mind in case they look real good this week and then the Super Bowl is in San Francisco on grass. Would be a major check against the Patriots for me.
My favorite comedian Bill Burr actually chimed into this Cowboy stuff again this week:
Last week: “Can you let the players win the ****in’ game?”
This week: “I was going to throw the tv out the window….”
I hear ya Burr. If the play looked good, it entertained everyone, it looked like real football, then let it stand. In my heart of hearts, the Packers did not win that game. I hate sounding like a broken record, but two teams now lost because of asinine or inconceivable officiating.
The other thing is karma….people saying that the Cowboys lost because of karma?! What kind of crap is that? The Lions lost because the refs skrewed them and the Cowboys lost because the refs skrewed them. Simple as that. Sorry if you’re a Packers fan or a Cowboys fan; ask yourself how you truly feel about the Packers winning that game. What does that win do for you as a fan? That’s what I want to know. Anyways, after seeing how sketchy these refs are, I can’t say I’d want to touch the Packers this week even with 7.5 points. I’m literally not touching the Packers because I think the refs will have a little bias against the Packers this week because of how badly they’re getting grilled again. All of the grilling is deserved. They’re awful.
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PCG Playoff Rankings from end of regular season:
1. Seattle Seahawks (W)
2. Denver Broncos (L)
3. Baltimore Ravens (awesome defense getting 25% more sacks / game than Texans) (W) > (L)
4. Green Bay Packers (MVP alert; fade if that’s the case) (Almost lost (W))
5. New England Patriots (W)
6. Indianapolis Colts (W)
7. Dallas Cowboys (W) > (L)
8. Detroit Lions (L)
9. Arizona Cardinals (L)
10. Pittsburgh Steelers (too one dimensional) (L)
11. Cincinnati Bengals (L)
12. Carolina Panthers (WORST) (Won against one of the worst QB’s I’ve seen) > (L)
 
Not too bad.
So we’re down to:
1. Seattle Seahawks
4. Green Bay Packers
5. New England Patriots
6. Indianapolis Colts
Lines are sharp as can be this week.
::popcorn munching continues::
THE SELECTIONS: Passing…
Well, I’ll give you one thing, but is just for shits…
Two Team Teaser 6.5 pts:
#304 Indianapolis Colts +13
#302 Seattle / Green Bay OVER 40
Amount: Beer Money (0.01 units)
Again, *Playoff underdogs on their second or more straight playoff road game are 26-14-0 (65.0%) ATS and 34-5-1 (87.2%) in a 6 point teaser (Colts).
The Colts are getting undervalued, but man if the Patriots aren’t good. I recommend putting no more that about $5 or $10 on this bet.
Think about it: I had the Ravens projected as a strong candidate to win the Super Bowl and the Patriots took ‘em out in one of the best NFL games I’ve seen. What does that say about the Pats? Of course, I do have a system where you fade a team in the playoffs that just won in a high scoring game. They usually end up getting overrated.
I’m putting my opinion (not my money) on Andrew Luck this weekend to cover 13 points against the Pats. 14 points would be nice and I think some people could get that as a number of books have indy at +7 and you could tease 7 points to +14 (a significant key number…see below):
As for Seattle and Green Bay. The main reason I want to play this one is simply because we can cross THE most key number of all NFL totals : 41 (see below).
Raw numbers have an 80% chance on the head of the teaser hitting for the over in Seattle. You don’t see that often…
The other thing is that these are public fades….something I’ve learned to put a little bit less weight into in my capping; nevertheless:
Under 45% are on the Colt’s spread. Sharps are all over it.
Under 45% are on the SEA/GB Over. People think that Rodgers will look like he did last week and get no points up. Total is set at an overreaction to that theory. It may be true.
Anyways…this is a part of the season where bettor’s lose their composure. If I saw something good this week I’d bet it. I don’t, Everything is so close. I’m just going to sit back and enjoy these games. If I see one bullshit referree call, I turn the game off and go do something constructive. Be looking for the refs to skrew over the Packers this week because the “gotta get it right.”
NFL Reference (By Occurrence)….

Key Margins of Victory: 3, 7, 10, 6, 4, 14, 1, 2, 17, 13, 8, 5
Key totals: 41, 37, 44, 51, 43, 33, 40, 47, 30, 48, 27, 45, 55, 23, 34, 38, 31
Extra thoughts for NFL this week:
***Pete Carroll is 35-9-0 (+9.16 ppg, 79.5%) SU and 31-12-1 ATS at home with the Seahawks.
*****33-6-0 SU and 28-10-1 ATS line < +4 points
*Since 2012, teams that just beat the Denver Broncos are 8-3-0 SU and 8-3-0 ATS in their next game.

Colts and Luck are legit. Let’s not hype Patriots play up too much yet.
**The Colts are 11-2-0 SU and 10-3-0 ATS this season playing on under 7 days rest.
Pagano is 22-7 SU in the same situation with the Colts
*****Bill Belichick is 54-14-0 SU (79.4%, plus over 45 units) with the Pats after a game where they picked up UNDER 85 rushing yards.

He’s the correction king. My fantasy Running Backs for this week will be guys on the Patriots.
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9-3 Yesterday in CBB

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