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just wondering - 8/6/2018 2:52:17 PM   


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In my 70's... bought my first WinPicks on a 3 1/2" floppy about 25 to 30 years ago. (paid extra for the stat disk)… back then it was a very simple, fun to use, program. We are now in the space rocket age.... WinPicks has more features than my dog has ticks walking the woods. WinPicks can do anything/everything. Quite frankly it has become complicated. Has Microbrothers considered some YouTube videos of a professional gambler using the program... explaining his thought process... explaining the features he finds most important and those that he considers window dressing... also explaining if he finds rolling 6 weeks or 12 weeks, or season to date most reliable as a database... IOW, it would be VERY helpful to view a knowledgeable gambler actually using the program and winning money... also explaining the pitfalls of formulas going south... so much I could learn by some tutorial videos... thanx.
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RE: just wondering - 9/13/2018 4:16:51 AM   
Dr. G


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I have been using MB formulas for over twenty years. During this time, I have created profitable formulas that I use to invest in sports. The biggest problem with the MB formulas is optimization.

Through the MB software, you are able to make a formula more profitable (or profitable at all) which is both good and bad. It is good if you created the formula on data several years back, and then apply the formula to unseen data and it shows about the same profitability as on the data that was used to optimize the formula.

My advice, make sure your formulas are robust and robust means that the formula was optimized on past data and then walked-forward. My formulas are extremely consistent in terms of net units won year in and year out.


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