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The Sports Judge has spent the last 27 years developing Software Handicapping Tools to assist you in determining when Lines on sporting events are "Inefficient". PDS Sports has analyzed thousands of Pro Football, College Football, Pro Basketball, College Basketball, Pro Baseball and Pro Hockey games since the company was founded in 1982. The developer, Roger Mott, had an untimely death in November of 2007. We plan on carrying on the tradition of utilizing the PDS software, and hopefully make improvements. We appreciate your patience, and hope you continue to support our product.
The Sports Judge realized very early in the development stages that using Raw Historical Team Statistics was not going to be good enough to determine if the current Wagering Lines are "Efficient" or "Inefficient". He realized that using each Team's Raw Historical Statistics alone, not taking into consideration each Team's Strength Of Schedule, would produce false anticipated results. He understood that using Raw Historical Statistics alone might make Team A look great in a match up against Team B when in reality Team B is a much better Team. Team A had played a much easier schedule and Team B had played a much tougher schedule season to date. This realization led him to the development of extremely complicated Handicapping Algorithms that build "Floating Benchmarks" for each Team's Historical Statistics to be measured against. These "Floating Benchmarks" are automatically adjusted by our software systems at every point in the current season to reflect each Team's
Strength Of Schedule. The end result is that you are comparing "Apples & Apples" and not "Apples & Oranges".
From the beginning The Sports Judge has realized that there are only two ways to approach the making of a decision about wagering on a sporting event, the "Wrong Way" and the "Right Way". He strongly feels that if there are any "Emotions" or "Hunches" involved in that decision it is definitely the "Wrong Way". He also strongly feels that if you don't have a good feel for how "Efficient" or "Inefficient" the Line is, it is definitely the "Wrong Way".
We as PDS Sports have found that is not that difficult to exceed the magic 52.8% Win Percentage needed to break even when wagering with a 10 cent Line. All you need is the proper Handicapping Tools and some good old Common Sense!
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