LIV and Let Die the PGA Tour

In the 1970s, a rivalry league existed. I take that back.  This league not only existed; it thrived. I am, of course, talking about the ABA.  The American Basketball Association is no longer in existence but when it was, it Continue reading LIV and Let Die the PGA Tour

Can Scottie Scheffler Double Up at the PGA Championship?

“Urbanowicz_Krzysztof_GOLF” (CC BY 2.0) by Chris Urbanowicz The scheduling of the PGA Tour means that golf’s four Major tournaments are now crammed into a brief, four-month window. Hot on the heels of the US Masters in April, the PGA Championship follows with the Continue reading Can Scottie Scheffler Double Up at the PGA Championship?

How Matt NeSmith, Gary Woodland and Matthew Fitzpatrick all Luke Listed me

“If it weren’t for bad luck, I wouldn’t have no luck at all.” – Albert King, 1967 If you are not yet familiar with my growing resentment for Luke List, you haven’t been paying close enough attention. Luke List is Continue reading How Matt NeSmith, Gary Woodland and Matthew Fitzpatrick all Luke Listed me

A Rough Day at the Office

The day started out as delightful as any other: black coffee from my Kuerig, an everything bagel topped with nova and a text to Doctor Milhouse to review the day’s gambling lines. With a full slate of activity going into Continue reading A Rough Day at the Office

Good advice, bad beats and life somewhere in between: The Luke List Contingent

“C’mon, Luke List!!!” I shouted repeatedly at the top of my lungs, to the point of driving my cart partner mad.  “If you shout Luke List one more time,” he joked. It was a brisk Sunday afternoon on the links Continue reading Good advice, bad beats and life somewhere in between: The Luke List Contingent

Winning ways to wager: The saga continues

We’ve talked repeatedly in the past about how to effectively gamble on sports, all with the intention of hopefully making us a little coin.  Of course, if I had every answer to these questions that so elude us, I’d be Continue reading Winning ways to wager: The saga continues

Book Review: The Stats Game by Aidan & Maxwell Resnick

The Stats Game, written by Aidan & Maxwell Resnick, begins as if written by two angry old men, which is ironic considering the authors are far from it.  In fact, the whiz kids are still teenagers.  It doesn’t take long, Continue reading Book Review: The Stats Game by Aidan & Maxwell Resnick