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Week 5, Day 3

Got lucky with the rain-shortened game last night to give me a no action on my total (which I will call a push for record-keeping purposes). I am stubborn, so I am taking another shot at this Grand Salami under today.

Grand Salami under 112, laying $202 to win $200

Reasoning:

Looked at all 12 games and feel there are enough conditions here that warrant at least half the games to stay Under, and besides, the Salami has gone Over 6 straight days, and it is rare that there be a streak one way or the other that goes much longer than 6, especially when there have been 3 stone Overs during these 6 days and a lot of runs being scored during this stretch. It cannot alst forever.

Week 5: 1-1, -$6
Week 4: 3-6, +$110
Week 3: 3-3, -$575
Week 2: 5-3, +$306 (did win $509 on the Mansion free bet & hedge)
Week 1: 5-1, +$913
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Re: Week 5, Day 3

what does this mean?
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Re: Week 5, Day 3

The "Salami" refers to the total number of runs league wide and some books offer over and under plays. And the "salami" is starting out quite fat today. Toronto won 8-6 and the Dodgers are 14-10 over the Rockies in the 6th. Only a few games left and apparently a lot of players are getting serious about hitting. May be time to look at over plays.
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The "Salami" refers to the total number of runs league wide and some books offer over and under plays. And the "salami" is starting out quite fat today. Toronto won 8-6 and the Dodgers are 14-10 over the Rockies in the 6th. Only a few games left and apparently a lot of players are getting serious about hitting. May be time to look at over plays.
I agree. I think the cards brewers game could be a high scoring affair along with the reds marlins game. Let's wait and see, shall we?
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Re: Week 5, Day 3

Need another rainout or rain-shortened game to bail me out because of the LA/Colorado debacle. I will chase a little bit with a play I also liked, but saved in case the Salami looked bad after the early games, and oh boy does it look bad now (and I will chase tomorrow and the next day, taking the Salami Under until it hits).

New York Mets, laying $180 to win $150

Reasoning:

El Duque has been solid for the Mets and I have to like this Division winner to come out with some pride tonight after being thrashed 25-1 the last 2 nights in Atlanta and take it to a pitcher with an ERA over 8 for the season.
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