• BradfordEra

    For H2Hs mostly but I was wondering if before I start doing this if anyone has had experience doing this. I was thinking of instead of just one line maybe using two or even three possibly if there are enough good plays that day, but it would be very rare that I do three. But on a day to day basis does anyone here play two cash lines or am I just going to end up losing more than I win? I know of course that Ill have to go through this process by myself to find out for my own skill level, but just wondering if anybody else does this and how is/was your experience?

    Thanks guys.

  • Ericpaul

    I certainly am no pro, and I play strictly for entrainment. But think of it this way, if you play 2 different lineups in cash games, if only one of them is a winner, then you lose overall. I play one cash game lineup, and then I play different lineups in gpps. That way, you can hedge your bets with a possible upside payout. I spend more time researching my NFL cash game lineup than I do gpp lineups. Those I take riskier options. That’s just my two cents.

  • pinstripeblue

    good question….talking NBA now..i would just stay with 1 cash LU daily. like you said if you do 2, you need both to come in due to rake, if you do 3 you need unless you go up to 5-10 which might be counterproductive on most NBA stick to one….remember, with this method on some days you will win and some you will lose….just make sure you review your performance over a longer period of time and not day to day (30 days for example)…so if you cash 17 out of 30 you come out ahead..

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