ATS Staff Writer
If I had the time, I’d start tracking COMPLIMENTARY systems.
Top 5 strongest teams that play best at home in a certain situation…
Worst 5 teams that play worst at away in a certain situation…
Top 5 in May with a certain situation.
All top 5 vs worst 5.
Top 5 at night, vs worst 5 at night.
Top 5 vs lefty lineups.
Just all kinds of complimentary stats.
If even 1 single complimentary system connects, that’s a big deal.
If even 1 system is valid, that’s a big deal.
What I’m getting at, is that if we have a stat like say, “ALL TEAMS are 150-140 when playing at home in May…”
If we could find the BEST records, and compare them with the teams with the WORST records, we could possibly turn that 150-140 into 170-110 if we pick the right teams.
But it would take time to find the RIGHT consideration. That’s the thing.