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    When a team gets swept, the next series you bet on the swept team either on ml if fave or rl if not. 3 game chase, official if rpi is close.
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    Quote Originally Posted by varkeyboy View Post
    What's the so called "system?"
    In short, we're betting that a team is going to win at least one game in a 3 or 4 game series versus an opposing team that has swept them in their most recent series.

    Sweep System Guidelines
    1) Mark down any series where one team is swept by the opposing team
    2) For the teams that were swept, mark the schedule for their upcoming series versus the same team that swept them previously
    3) On the first day of the rematch between the two teams, make a bet for the team that was swept.
    4) ALWAYS bet on the ML if the team you’re betting on is the favorite to win; ALWAYS bet on the RL if the team you’re betting on is the underdog
    5) This is a martingale chase system, so manage your bankroll. If you lose Bet A, cover your losses & your unit to-be-won in Bet B. Should Bet B lose, cover your Bet A & B losses + your unit to-be-won in Bet C.

    CHECK RPI and see if close for OFFICIAL or UNOFFICIAL
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