Jim Barnes.com

After 40-years online, Public Handicapping Ends

This site is no longer active. Sports handicapping has changed as newly formed companies have a stranglehold on the business, competing is destined to failure regardless of either reputation or past achievements. I want to thank those who have followed me since co- teaching sports analysis at Clark County Community College (Las Vegas) in the early 1980s. From this point I will focus on continual development of forecasting methods in a handful of sports. A majority of fresh concepts are still under study and have never been published. - - - - - There may not be a triple crown winner as far as the public is concerned but my eldest son has won the first two legs - winning both the Derby and Preakness. I have no idea what his thinking is on the forthcoming Belmont. - - - - - Notes from Readers: (1) I want you to know that I am immensely enjoying my Indianapolis 500 replay this weekend. Another of your creations has stood the test of time. Next I will roll a few games of your baseball masterpiece; which I still believe is the greatest baseball game of all time. The gaming community really misses you. Please take care. (May 29, 2021)
Jim Barnes.com

After 40-years

online, Public

Handicapping

Ends

This site is no longer active. Sports handicapping has changed as newly formed companies have a stranglehold on the business, competing is destined to failure regardless of either reputation or past achievements. I want to thank those who have followed me since co-teaching sports analysis at Clark County Community College (Las Vegas) in the early 1980s. From this point I will focus on continual development of forecasting methods in a handful of sports. A majority of fresh concepts are still under study and have never been published. - - - - - There may not be a triple crown winner as far as the public is concerned but my eldest son has won the first two legs - winning both the Derby and Preakness. I have no idea what his thinking is on the forthcoming Belmont. - - - - - Notes from Readers: (1) I want you to know that I am immensely enjoying my Indianapolis 500 replay this weekend. Another of your creations has stood the test of time. Next I will roll a few games of your baseball masterpiece; which I still believe is the greatest baseball game of all time. The gaming community really misses you. Please take care. (May 29, 2021)