Welcome Enthusiasts. Today we report our UFC profitability. We had a successful UFC FN Saturday realizing a 4-1 tally from the write up’s provided via GambLou.com blog. We also added a couple of positions via Twitter during the fights that went 1-1 (Davis -185 and Robertson +165). Please note that we record every position released whether via the GambLou.com blog or if submitted live during the UFC events via Twitter. We try to utilize Twitter for releases prior to events when we may be either losing line value or gaining it (see our comment on Jordan Mein yesterday) but on occasion when we ‘feel’ something during the event we will post via Twitter.
FN Stockholm results: 5-2 + $430.00 UFC 2015: 10-6 + $690.00
(GambLou.com positions are understood to be for a standard any hypothetical $100 per release unless otherwise stated. We do this for transparency, accountability and to display results against the UFC line-makers as we record all results each Monday AM. It’s our belief that 40 years of being passionate about the fight game coupled with dynamic Due Diligence provide us the propensity to produce profit in the UFC).
Today’s point of emphasis is important. Our position on both Phil Davis and Gustafsson ITD were not only losers but they were fights in which ‘live’ canines hit the board. We’ve always prided ourselves on being able to spot live dogs but in these last two fights we missed both badly. While we will not beat ourselves up too bad (we did bank bottom line after all) let’s not let it be forgotten that Ol’ Uncle Louie is never satisfied with ‘good’ results. We strive for excellence and the Gus miss and the Phil late add were not salty choices and we expect better from ourselves. We will utilize these two oversights as pure motivation to work on self-improvement for in this business if one does not improve one will lose their groove.
Profitable Sports Gaming must be a constantly evolving practice. Once one stops striving for excellence in becoming a more refined handicapper mark that day as the day one is doomed. Yes we had a great night Saturday but we are not satisfied nor will we be happy with a result that should have been much more profitable.
Constant Self-Improvement must be mandatory in the unrelenting pursuit of
Gamblou.com Profitable Sports Gaming