“The Day the Music Died”

April 6th 2020
“The Day the Music Died”

As the world battles the COVID-19 these are uncharted water for all of us.  My hope for each of you is that obeying the rule of social distancing, cleanliness, and sheltering – in – place has led to your continued good health.

March, 12, 2020. “The Day the Music Died,” will go down in infamy in the annals of the sports betting history.  For, on that date, all NCAA March Madness, all NBA, and all MLB games were canceled. As of this writing no date has been set for “The Star Spangled Banner” to be played prior to any of these sporting events.

The 2019-2020 CBKB season in review

It was not the “Goose that laid the Golden Egg” season of 2018-2019  when we won 20 out of 22 weeks, collecting like the selections were ATM machine.

THAT LACK OF CONSISTENCY IS ON ME as I got greedy by trying to improve my near perfect RAT Theory.

Nonetheless, there were still highlights. For the 8th straight November we had an outstanding run of 67-47 ATS.  January Top Plays, 58-34 ATS (63%) were spectacular.  We  were on the usual Championship Week run 27-9 ATS (75%) when they pulled the plug on March 12th.  I feel confident the streak would have continued through tonight’s championship game on April 6th.

2020 – 2021 will be my greatest CBKB season ever

Among other things, I spent the last 4 weeks reviewing CBKB data from the previous 2 seasons.  I have devised a game plan that I am confident will make the 2020-2021 CBKB season ABSOLUTELY THE BEST EVER!  I am truly excited.

Idle Hands are the Devil’s Workshop

One thing I learned for sure in the last 4 weeks… I am definitely not ready to retire.  Even without games to handicap I enjoyed devising the CBKB game plan.  Next on the list will be updated research for MLB and Football.  I have definite ideas about how to improve results in these sports.  My research will confirm this.  Point is I WILL NOT BE IDLE .

What about you?!

Here is the bottom line… MY PLAN IS TO HAVE LOWER PRICES FOR YOU.  Our government is trying to help by subsidizing income and increasing unemployment compensation.  WE ARE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER.  I have decided to do my part by making my services affordable to all. I am hoping you do your part by taking advantage and profiting as part of my faithful list of clients.
Once it is decided when the Star Spangled Banner will begin to play I will device a fee schedule to meet the budgetary needs of all.  In the meanwhile, please follow the government guide lines for health, and be well!

Best regards,
Joe Gavazzi