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Las Vegas Linemaker VI By Michael Hillin
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The 2011 edition has deep insight to schedule evaluation, margins of victory, how to make your own power ratings, how to estimate how many games a team will win this year, where to get the best odds... More > in Las Vegas, Maximum payouts for round-robins, offensive and defensive rankings, travel distances and longest road trips for each team, and much more.< Less
Las Vegas Linemaker VI By Michael Hillin
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The 2011 edition has deep insight to schedule evaluation, margins of victory, how to make your own power ratings, how to estimate how many games a team will win this year, where to get the best odds... More > in Las Vegas, Maximum payouts for round-robins, offensive and defensive rankings, travel distances and longest road trips for each team, and much more.< Less
Containment Theory By Mark Douglas
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Hank O'Malley discovered that pro-football was rigged and he was going to become rich with the information. Lieutenant Mike Raliegh, chief investigator for the Ocean County Sheriff's, department... More > knew something just wasn't right about the car accident case he was assigned to. Mister Peters is the security chief for the National Football Association. His job just became harder now that he lost containment of the long kept secret.< Less
Baseball 101 By Jim Stephens
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We often think of Baseball as an “American sport.” While baseball is considered to be America’s national pastime, it is also played all over the world, including Canada, Japan, the... More > Caribbean islands, and South America, just to name a few places. This slow moving, nonviolent game has not only captured the hearts of Americans, but has also spread to other parts of the world. In the United States, baseball is still considered to be the “ultimate sport.” While the Super bowl, which is the final contest for American pro-football, gets more television viewers than any other event each year, baseball is still followed and watched. Boys and even girls of all ages join little league by the time they are around 4 or 5 years old and learn to play this game. Most American children understand the rules of baseball and have, at one time or another, played this game. The rules of baseball are simple. They have changed little throughout the ages, although there are doubts as to the origin of the game.< Less