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1 DAY of ACTION
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My ratings system is pretty simple. I personally play every game I release. I truly believe it's not fair to my clients if I am not going to war with them too. I keep it very basic so you will always know where I stand with wins and losses and current bankroll.
In February of 2006 I decided to reign in my ratings, generally going between 5 and 100 dimes to aide clients in money management. I have a responsibility to manage your bankroll. Of course I have no control over when customers become customers, but when I sense an opportunity to go for the jugular, I don't pass it up as long as I remain steadfast to my money management principles and bankroll allocation.
HOW TO USE THE DIME MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Once again, money management is the key to winning, knowing what percentage of your bankroll to play on each release. But, first and foremost, always remember to never wager more than you can afford to lose. This is the single biggest problem gamblers make, and that's why I hammer this point home year after year because I feel it's my job to educate as well, no different than what a financial advisor would do for you when purchasing stocks or mutual funds.
You have two ways of looking at my ratings. The first is based on the amount of your maximum wager size. The second is based on the amount of your total bankroll.
Maximum Wager Size Rules
Let's say your maximum wager size is $200. Well, if I release a 100 dime play, then it should be a $200 wager. If I release a 30 dime play, it should be a $60 wager. Taking it one step further, if I release a 50 dime pick, it should be a $100 wager.
Total Bankroll Size Rules
In this scenario, let's say your total bankroll for a day (the amount you can afford to lose in a worst-case situation) is $500.
On this day, I have a 50 Dime release, a pair of 20 dime plays, and two more 5 dime picks. Add those up and you'll see I have 100 dimes of TOTAL action.
Now, take the $500 bankroll and divide it by 100 dimes. The math shows you each dime is worth $5.
So, a 50 dime play is worth 50 x $5 which equals $250 dollars from your original $500 bankroll.
The two 20 dimes plays are each worth $100 each (remember $5 x 20 dimes).
The 5 Dime plays are each worth $25 (remember $5 x 5 dimes).
Do the math...$250 + $100 + $100 + $25 + $25 = $500.50 (which was your original bankroll)
Total Bankroll Size Rules for Long-Term Players
Obviously, the key here is YOU have to decide what portion of your bankroll you can afford to lose each betting day for the length of your package. Call it "bankroll rationing" if you will.
Maybe you like betting the NFL more than college. Then, in this case, you'd want to allocate more to Sunday's card than Saturday's.
The bottom line is you want to have action throughout the length of the package, whether it be 7, 30, 60 or 100 days. So, it's up to YOU to decide how much action you want on given days and on particular sports.
Where do I start? Let's just say Hollywood would not have made a movie based on my life in the sports gambling business if I weren't a winner!
"Two For The Money" is all about me, the very guy who made his clients a fortune last year and will be making you money this year.
Al Pacino plays my boss, Renee Russo plays his wife and Matthew McConaughey plays me. The film, "Two For The Money", debuted in theaters in October of 2005 and is widely available on DVD.
I was born in Midland, Michigan in 1963. Sports was always my first love and I was a great athlete in high school, lettering in two sports, but my dreams of playing college ball were cut short by a knee injury.
With my playing days over, I decided to see the world by joining the Navy in 1981, getting stationed aboard the Battleship New Jersey, where I eventually became the youngest sailor to ever qualify as a master helmsman in the ship’s history.
After being honorably discharged in 1984, I traveled the world for three more years before ending up in Las Vegas in 1987. It was there I entered the sports handicapping industry, building my reputation by validating my opinion to customers worldwide. The daily highs and lows of competing against the Vegas oddsmakers filled the void left by the end of my basketball career.
In 1989, I joined a nationally-known sports service based on the East Coast and immediately embarked on one of the most historic winning streaks ever witnessed in the handicapping world. After an incredible six-year run, I just had a feeling my life story would make a fascinating movie. But, with that decision came the realization that my dream would only be fulfilled by leaving the business.
Despite sitting atop the handicapping world, I abandoned the industry in 1996, moving to Los Angeles in order to turn my movie aspirations into a reality. I networked my way in as a caddy at the prestigious Riviera Country Club, knowing the job would eventually put me in touch with a director, writer, or producer that could take my dream to the silver screen. After caddying for the likes of President Clinton, Jack Nicholson, and Tom Cruise, along came Dan Gilroy, whom I pitched the movie idea of a lifetime after he made a fifth-foot putt. Six years later, with Matthew McConaughey playing Brandon Lang, "Two For The Money" was born.
A funny thing happened along the way though. I had a movie about my life in production, but something was missing. It was this business. The emotion, the adrenaline rush you get every football weekend with it all coming down to the Monday Night Game. No other feeling in the world can compare to that I get from knowing people are betting hundreds of thousands of dollars on my opinion, and then having me come through in the clutch when nobody else could.
With the movie deal wrapped up, I returned to the business, making my online debut in August of 2004.
This was my home until April of 2010. Then, I made a mistake by abandoning this site. I went elsewhere and sold my plays mainly online but also through a telephone service. I'm man enough to say I made a mistake and at the start of 2011 I returned to my real home - the ONLY place you can get ALL my plays, right here at BrandonLang.com.
No more phone service. No other sites. Just here at BrandonLang.com.
Here at my website, it's just me and you. I'm forced to validate my opinion everyday I release a big play. I win, and you're happy. I lose too often, and you're gone. But, at the end of the day, it's just me and you. No salesmen, no cons, no strings attached.
Understand something right now: I am not going to win every game, every week or every month. But, I can put you on the right side of more games that you've ever been on in your gambling life, and by doing that, you will make money.
By the way, if you're curious about whether my record is legitimate, let me assure you it is, and let me explain why: You see I offer long-term packages of 7, 30, 60 and 100 days. Anyone who buys a package gets EVERY play I release, day in, day out. Now, if I lied, even once, how many customers do you think I'd have remaining?
See, that's the beauty of the Internet. I don't need some phony monitoring service to document my wins and losses. Instead, you - my customers - do that for me. You validate my opinion and assure my credibility. And that's why we're a team.
Yes, the movie was intoxicating. I mean, who wouldn't want to have a major motion picture made about their life? And the countless radio and TV interviews, are incredible too. But, no matter how much I tell you about what Hollywood is like, remember that my focus remains on doing what I do best, and that's making people money.
Listen, they only make movies about winners - and that's me!