Week 3 was close, with The House ending up only $100 to the positive. Harry Callahan picked a nice parlay and took home $1800. But it was the only successful parlay of the week. I must be getting better at making competitive odds, because for the first time there was little unanimity in who was bet upon.
I've devised a new spreadsheet that enables me to handle all these parlays better. My job's going to be a lot easier from here on out.
Here are the results from week 3:
Harry Callahan30018001500bucs_fan1011000-100Phillyman BS200400200PhillyFan5000-500a* good* looking* RANDOMKING*12000-1200Apollo Foucard600400-200xxx84xxx4000-400seachickenhawk4004000At_Home@Wrigley6001200600
That leaves you all with the following banks:
At_Home@Wrigley$1,600a* good* looking* RANDOMKING*$100mikesteelnation1$500Lana$1,000PhillyFan*$500dyhardbasbalfan*$1,000BILLiever*$1,000Phillyman BS*$600Curly Lambeau$1,400Oak-Tone$0Harry Callahan$1,800StryderUSA$1,500davidsternblows$1,000tmo1031$1,300bucs_fan101$0Brownmagic$2,000goniners$500frauddog$0WojoTheFloorSlappingDoofus$1,500Apollo Foucard$500xxx84xxx$2,100texansfan$2,000seachickenhawk$800IrishR#1$0
** A Note - PhillyFan borrowed $1000 from the Loan Shark, bet $500 of it and lost it. The $100 interest has already been deducted for next week, just to simplify things. Technically, PhillyFan has $500 in the bank, but only has $400 to bet with since $100 must be paid to the Loan Shark first.
Finally, to date, The House has made $2300 thus far.