This story has been updated
Gamblin’s man, Daniel Chiang, made a bet in January, putting him in a position to win $ 300,000 on a $ 30,000 bet if Tampa Bay Rays won the World Series. After leading 3-0 in ALCS against everyone’s favorite enemy, the Houston Astros, it looked like cash in the bank, but “ Stros is really back to hook it up and send it to Game 7. The game:
“No doubt, kidding. This game in many ways summed up the emotional rollercoaster that this series was for me. When they pulled Morton after throwing a great game it was definitely a concern for the nerves and Tampa Bay Rise’s decision.”
I can definitely say I’m relieved that the series is over and the X-rays managed to get it out. I think the hardest thing I learned about sports betting and trading is sticking to your guns when you feel things are turning against you. A lot of times it just doesn’t work but in the end it puts me in the best position for success and luckily on this occasion it worked! “
On Thursday, we talked to Chiang about why He chose Rize to win the AL Mark, Long before the 2020 major League Baseball season.
Xiang was confident in his bet, but in the back of his mind, he knew there was still time for the wheels to come out.
There is no safe chain of driving, Chiang and all sports bettors know.
“I would say there’s always a little bit of tension or a little bit of tension that everything can fall apart,” he said He said Thursday.
It was only 48 hours after his age that he seemed likely to have already seen the wheels kick.
Today, the series is tied 3-3 and heading to the decisive seventh game tonight. We met Chiang again to see how sweaty he was.
As you can imagine sitting 3-0 in the series I felt good [it, but] “With the passage of time, the nerves have definitely frayed,” Chiang told Deadspin via email.
Chiang had options to hedge his bet throughout the series, but refused to play it safe. “So far, the single most common question people have been asking has been: Surely you hedged earlier in the series when Rays were 3-0 up, 3-1 and maybe even 3-2? The quick and direct answer to that question was without resounding?” . Chiang didn’t hedge a single dollar in this series. He has still trusted his instincts and analyzes since January.
He wrote: “I always try to be mathematics, data and analytics that guide us in decision-making to the best of our abilities knowing that ultimately good analytical decisions are the path to long-term success.” “Hindsight in sports betting is always 20/20 and saying you have a crystal ball” knew “the stars would come back the way they did would be disingenuous.”
To someone who might be winning (or losing) thousands of dollars tonight, Chiang seems relatively calm, if not … excited? This is betting on baseball, Susin.
Also for the first time, he will tweet on air with his thoughts, ideas and analyzes in the game linesniperhq.
“Heading into tonight, I plan to maintain the same regular routine as usual, and watch the match in isolation,” as if that would help Rays. “Fingers crossed tonight and I hope Tampa Bay Rice bats are heating up.”