Thursday, Jan. 20: 60 Dime BYU LOSER
Wednesday, Jan. 19: 60 Dime Texas A&M WINNER
Tuesday, Jan. 18: 40 Dime Vanderbilt LOSER
Monday, Jan. 17: 40 Dime Cardinals LOSER
Sunday, Jan. 16: 40 Dime Steelers LOSER
Saturday, Jan. 15: 60 Dime Bengals WINNER
Friday, Jan. 14: 60 Dime Richmond LOSER
Thursday, Jan. 13: 60 Dime San Francisco WINNER
Wednesday, Jan. 12: 60 Dime Duke WINNER
Tuesday, Jan. 11: 40 Dime Texas WINNER
Monday, Jan. 10: 60 Dime Alabama (CF) LOSER
Sunday, Jan. 9: 40 Dime Raiders WINNER
Saturday, Jan. 8: 40 Dime Colorado State LOSER
Friday, Jan. 7: 80 Dime Harvard LOSER
Thursday, Jan. 6: 80 Dime Wisconsin WINNER
Wednesday, Jan. 5: 60 Dime Notre Dame WINNER
Tuesday, Jan. 4: 40 Dime Kansas State (CF) WINNER
Kirby Maxwell's Rating System
Let's start with the square root of pi.
Easy stuff here:
My plays are rated on a progressive 10-Dime to 100-Dime scale with the highest rating representing the strongest play.
This rating system defines my success in terms of net profit at the end of the day, week, month or season, while also giving you an idea of how strong each release is and how you should play it.
But, if you don't bet accordingly - and by that I mean wagering within your means and betting the proper percentage of your bankroll based on the rating of my releases, you're going to shoot yourself in the foot.
Money Mismanagement is the biggest mistake amateur make whether it's in gambling or the stock markets.
Who is Kirby Maxwell?
You know that familiar chorus from the old Stealers Wheel song, Stuck in the Middle With You
Clowns to the left of me!
Jokers to the right!
Here I am stuck in the middle with you.
That's how I feel about the overwhelming majority of the losers in this industry. Dinosaurs from a prehistoric age. Guys who look like overstuffed penguins begging you to call them for their so-called absolutely free offers that are as bogus as $3 bills. Handicappers who sell multiple picks at multiple websites at multiple price points so you can never figure out whether they're truly winning or losing. Alleged technical analysts who hide behind trends and stats that mean absolutely nothing because they don't really understand the teams or games they're handicapping.
Yes I'm stuck in the middle with you,
and I'm wondering what it is I should do.
I've been in and around every facet of the sports betting industry for over 25 years. I'm tired of all the endless BS. What you see is what you get from me.
Promise # 1 - This is the ONLY place you will find my plays.
Promise # 2 - I will have just ONE pick a day.
Promise # 3 - I will NOT win every single day because no one does, but my goal is to make you money over the course of the month, the season and the year. It's about managing our money, building a bankroll and taking shots when they're out there.