Ryan O'Hanlon of ESPN joins the show for a wide ranging conversation on soccer, analytics and the World Cup. Highlights include: The evolution of soccer analytics over the past decade (5:54). His new book Net Gains (14:00). The optimal way to play soccer (19:25). The World Cup favorite (32:26). A World Cup dark horse to win (41:08). USMNT (45:43). The critical concept of xG (54:04). The Football Analytics Show is presented by The Power Rank, a site devoted to predictive analytics for football betting. To get the free sports betting newsletter, click here: https://thepowerrank.com/ Support the podcast: https://www.patreon.com/footballanalytics
Hibbo (@Hibbo_FPL) and Pras (@Pras_fpl) are here to preview GW15 of the Fantasy Premier League Season and talk about the Burning Questions for your Gameweek 15 FPL teams. 0:20 Starts 1:11 xG overview last 10 matches 9:15 xGC overview last 10 matches 21:27 Man City options and scenarios w/ Haaland 36:32 Brighton 38:45 Newcastle 45:50 Crystal Palace 49:42 West Ham 54:44 Man Utd 59:05 Arsenal 1:03:32 Other teams - Everton, Bournemouth, Forest 1:06:06 Hibbo Team 1:10:20 PrasTeam ━━━━━━━━━━━━━ ✔️ Subscribe to the channel: https://bit.ly/3yg0I28 ━━━━━━━━━━━━━ ✍️ Be Better at FPL: Click here to sign up for a FFScout Membership - http://bit.ly/FFSYouTubeMembership ━━━━━━━━━━━━━ Follow Fantasy Football Scout:
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Well, that was quite something. Bayern Munich blew past Mainz in a spectacular 6-2 win that say the Bavarians barely break a sweat throughout the full 90. While two goals were conceded and Bo Svensson's men can comfort themselves with a high xG number, the fact is that Julian Nagelsmann coached this game almost to perfection and Bayern look as good as ever, despite injuries to key players. Here are our talking points from the game: How Julian Nagelsmann's midfield setup makes perfect sense for the team's buildup and defense. Matthijs de Ligt and Dayot Upamecano defending in concert. Noussair Mazraoui blossoming into a great inverted fullback. The problem with refereeing in the Bundesliga nowadays. How defensive injuries could derail Bayern Munich this season. Why Nagelsmann needs to give Mathys Tel and Ryan Gravenberch more minutes. Be sure to stay tuned to Bavarian Podcast Works for all of your up to date coverage on Bayern Munich and Germany. Follow us on Twitter @BavarianFBWorks, @TheBarrelBlog, @tommyadams71, @bfwinnn, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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On this Clash of the Correspondents James is joined by Manchester City fan Jonny Pringle and Brighton fan Sam Murray to discuss the latest at their clubs, the FPL assets of interest within them and preview Saturday's Gameweek 13 meeting at The Etihad. Who does Jonny see now as City's challengers for the title? Did Pep Guardiola overthink it again at Liverpool on Sunday? And who truly are the best 3 City assets for FPL managers to have? Plus, Sam's thoughts on Roberto De Zerbi's start, underperforming against xG is back and should managers hold onto assets such as Lewis Dunk and Leandro Trossard despite City and Chelsea up next for The Seagulls? Follow Jonny on Twitter: https://twitter.com/FPLPringle Follow Sam on Twitter: https://twitter.com/FPLSeagull Coming up tomorrow on Planet FPL - Planet FPL s6 ep18: A review of all the midweek GW12 football ___________________________________________ Want to become a member of our FPL and SkyFF community and support the Podcast? Our Patreon content in October features over 20 additional Podcasts from Intermediate Tier and today's content features a quiz on an all time Premier League table by @DanFPL76 Join us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/planetfpl Follow James on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PlanetFPLPod Follow Suj on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sujanshah Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/planetfpl Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/planetfpl #ManCity #Brighton #FPL
Host Gareth Wheeler and Infogol analyst Jake Osgathorpe are back in the hot seat to give their reflections on Gameweek 10, which saw Arsenal beat Liverpool, Tottenham see off Brighton & Hove Albion and Manchester United edge Everton. The pair then discuss in detail five of the key matches from Gameweek 11 including Sunday's clash between last season's top two, Liverpool and Manchester City at Anfield. Jake takes a look at the underlying numbers and both teams xG processes to determine who may come out on top. In the second half of the show, they go quick fire on the remaining fixtures and tell bettors what NOT to bet on this weekend, plus rounding off with their bets of the weekend. Bet on the Premier League with Pinnacle: bit.ly/3zN6Roz Follow Pinnacle on: Twitter - twitter.com/Pinnacle Instagram: pinnacle.betting Facebook - www.facebook.com/PinnacleSports/ Soundcloud - @pinnacle-podcast Infogol: www.infogol.net/ Gamble responsibly: www.pinnacle.bet/en/future/respon…ble-gaming/malta Gareth Wheeler - @GarethWheeler Jake Osgathorpe - @JAKEOZZ Read Pinnacle's Premier League outright betting preview: bit.ly/3zNaVW3 Inform your selections with Pinnacle's Premier League Predictions: bit.ly/3OOzTII Read Pinnacle's La Liga predictions article: bit.ly/3pneeNw Listen to The NBA Breakdown outright betting preview: https://bit.ly/3CSSKzC
In Episode #192 of the Squeaky Bum Time: An English Premier League Podcast , Mike and Laurent review the UEFA Champions League results and preview the massive Arsenal v Liverpool clash. Plus we go through the rest of the Premier League Match week previews. Premier League Match previews.Arsenal v LiverpoolArsenal face another test of their title credentials whole Liverpool try and find their footing in a DIFFICULT must win game to keep their title challenge alive. Manchester City v SouthamptonHaaland, Haaland and more Erling Haaland. Can he get an absurd 4th hatrick of goals for the 4th game in a row? And will this be Ralph Hasenhüttl last game for Southampton? Chelsea v WolvesWolves do not have their new manager and still cannot score. Chelsea come off a good home result v AC Milan and Graham Potter start getting Cheslea in a groove to win games while teaching players what he wants. Brighton v TottenhamBrighton coming off a massive performance in a 3-3 draw at Anfield look to continue their impressive form at home. Spurs still grinding out results and avoiding losing but where is the spark and offense that we expect? Is this the best we can expect from Spurs? This will be a test for both sides. Everton v Manchester UnitedEverton have been impressive in defense and have had a little xG luck. At home they look strong. Can Frank Lampard grab another good result against a United? Erik Ten Hag will have to get his Manchester United off the mat after a humbling result verses Manchester City. Does he come back with what got his side 4 wins on the bounce, or does he change it to reflect the difficulties v City? Other matches Newcastle v Brentford Bournemouth v Leicester City West Ham v Fulham Crystal Palace v Leeds Nottingham Forest v Aston Villa Join our https://chat.whatsapp.com/C2OVe5XayudBF0aYGF6KbF (Whatsapp Chat group) Follow us on Twitter (https://www.twitter.com/squeakybum_pod/ (@SqueakyBum_Pod)), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/squeakybumtimepod/ (@SqueakyBumTimePod)) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/groups/squeakybumtimepodcast (Squeaky Bum Time Podcast)) to stay up to date! Part of the https://www.chopsportsmedia.com/podcasts/squeaky-bum-time (Chop Sports Media Network!)
Arsenal won a messy North London Derby and we talk about what single-match xG means and can tell us about this game, while City won a pretty silly Manchester Derby and we talk about just how good they might be.Support the show
Noz and Danny are back to save your season from xG nonces, youtube gimps and penaldo pessi fanboys to discuss the important topics like: could Roy Keane have saved the Premier League from Erling Haaland by going for his dad's balls, and who was the most successful member of Hear'Say?
Joe Devine, JJ Bull and Seb Stafford-Bloor are here to talk about some of the derbies. In Manchester, the sky is blue for City but have the storm clouds returned for United? In North London, Arsenal beat Tottenham Hotspur but could things have easily been different? Liverpool dropped more points, this time against the continuously impressive Brighton. Is it too late for them to get back into title contention? We explain what xG actually is after Newcastle United recorded a really high one against Fulham. And we do our bit to promote the beautiful Scottish village of Oldmeldrum… PLUS… Tifo has a book coming out! It's called “How To Watch Football” and you can pre-order it here - https://t.co/U3XBmpVAXZ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The WBAReportPodcast finally returns for a second season following an extended hiatus throughout the summer! Podcast regulars Matt Smith and Ronan Thompson reunite to talk all things Albion following an unimpressive and eventful start to the 2022/2023 Championship campaign. With the Baggies currently stuck in 21st place, the guys review the season so far, debate whether Steve Bruce should continue boss, discuss whether the veteran boss has been unlucky and look into why XG stats are not resulting in points amongst much, much more! For news, views and all things Albion visit wbareport.com Follow @WBAReport on Twitter. Follow the guys on Twitter: Matt Smith - @mattsport_ Ronan Thompson - @RonanTjourno
Previewing the North London Derby this Saturday 1st October at the Emirates. Line-ups, score predictions, and lots more fun. Clayton & Nima bring you The Arsenal BiteSize Podcast Podcast. Two match-going fans discuss the key talking points from each game. #AFCBiteSizers #UTA #COYG ━━━━━━━━━━━━━
Alasdair, Barlow and Michael discuss and analyse the latest European football news. The boys look at Destiny Udogie's development at high-flying Udinese, Athletic Club's European aspirations under the guidance of Ernesto Valverde, Sheraldo Becker's xG-defying exploits, Toulouse's Scottish connection and more. 2:07 - Which factors have enabled Toulouse's post-nadir rebirth? / 19:21 - How might we explain the comparisons that have been drawn between Antonio Conte and Udinese manager, Andrea Sottil? / 35:30 - What is it that makes Girona such a simultaneously unpopular, curious, and entertaining LaLiga side? / 50:06 - Can Union Berlin 'do a Leicester'?
Good things come in small packages and the Pulsar Axion 2 XG35 and Axion 2 XG35 LRF are no exception. This is Pulsar's first time producing a high resolution 640x480 handheld in their popular, very small and lightweight Axion body style. Full featured, long (removable and rechargeable) battery life, great image quality and a very good value for the dollar, the new for 2022 Axion 2 XG series is an excellent edition to their line up. Check it out full review of this new thermal monocular! If you're looking to buy thermal optics or night vision and need pre-purchase advice, check out https://outdoorlegacygear.com or give Jason & Hans a call at (877)350-1818
The international break is over and that means not just the return of the Premier League but of EPL Insights too as host Gareth Wheeler is once again joined by Jake Osgathorpe from Infogol to examine Gameweek 9 of the season. After some reflections on the international soccer scene, attention pans to the North London derby and the rest of the weekend's action including Sunday's Manchester derby. The pair give their expert insight supported by Infogol's xG model to help you find value in the markets and offer their best bets of the weekend. (hint it could come from Leicester City vs. Nottingham Forest). Bet on the Premier League with Pinnacle: bit.ly/3zN6Roz Follow Pinnacle on: Twitter - twitter.com/Pinnacle Instagram: pinnacle.betting Facebook - www.facebook.com/PinnacleSports/ Soundcloud - @pinnacle-podcast Infogol: www.infogol.net/ Gamble responsibly: www.pinnacle.bet/en/future/respon…ble-gaming/malta Gareth Wheeler - @GarethWheeler Jake Osgathorpe - @JAKEOZZ Read Pinnacle's Premier League outright betting preview: bit.ly/3zNaVW3 Inform your selections with Pinnacle's Premier League Predictions: bit.ly/3OOzTII Read Pinnacle's La Liga predictions article: bit.ly/3pneeNw Listen to NFL Insights: https://bit.ly/3LOSxjZ
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In Part One we speak to bona fide Hornets legend Kenny Jackett, and we cover: Early days, Tom Whalley & Dave Butler attracting the best youth players, Youth Team coming through, the physical demand on players then and today, playing positions, knee injuries lead into coaching, midfield partners, special players and the 80's team, GT's observational skills and moving player positions, The international experience playing for Wales – the M4 production corridor and Robert Page's leadership credentials, Promotion and Runners up, Elton John, feelgood factor, Europe and the youngsters step up, Steve Harrison manager and coach, Kenny's memories of GT, XG stats, total recall and Ron Pickering & transitioning to the dugout. Part Two coming soon.... Massive thanks to Kenny for being so giving with his time, thoughts and stories COYH! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Not-so-all-star... The Athletic's Chelsea experts Liam Twomey and Simon Johnson are alongside Matt Davies-Adams to look back on the 1-1 draw with RB Salzburg in Graham Potter's first game in charge of the Blues. We chat team selection, xG and same old problems as the position in Group E looks increasingly precarious after picking up just one point from the opening two games. Todd Boehly's comments at the SALT conference have caused quite a stir - with discussion of a Premier League All-Star Game and feeder clubs catching the headlines. Plus - with no men's match to look forward to this weekend following the postponement of Sunday's visit of Liverpool - you'll have to settle for the quiz to keep you going... We'll be back on Monday to reflect on the belated start of the WSL season - plus a round up of the other Blues news as the international break kicks in. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In Episode #187 of the Squeaky Bum Time Podcast, Mike and Laurent go through the Rescheduled Premier League Fixtures, the UEFA Champions League results and talk through what's next for the Top Four. Plus: Graham Potter's first match as Chelsea Head Coach, looks a smidge like his last 40 with Brighton. And ends in a draw! (but he wins the xG!) Tottenham misfire, then collapse in their defeat to Sporting Lisbon. Plus we meet a new friend, Marcus Edwards Liverpool gets back on track. And shockingly, they get back their players as well. Tiago and Matip star. Erling Haaland does it again for Man City as he scores (along with a thunderbolt from John Stones) the winner against Borussia Dortmund Plus where we are with: Premier League Table Liverpool Fixtures Arsenal Fixtures Chat in https://chat.whatsapp.com/C2OVe5XayudBF0aYGF6KbF (WhatsApp!) Follow us on Twitter (https://www.twitter.com/squeakybum_pod/ (@SqueakyBum_Pod)), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/squeakybumtimepod/ (@SqueakyBumTimePod)) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/groups/squeakybumtimepodcast (Squeaky Bum Time Podcast)) to stay up to date! Part of the https://www.chopsportsmedia.com/ (Chop Sports Media Network!)
Welcome to the latest edition of First State Kopites – a podcast for Liverpool supporters in Delaware and friends of those Liverpool supporters. It's episode 10 of our 4th season. I'm Paul and I am joined by Daz and Sean. Was supposed to be 2 games a week for the foreseeable future. Part One - Newcastle home win “I enjoyed the win but we should have played more football,” said Jurgen - Dan Kennett shared that the ball was in play for 49 minutes (out of 99) “I don't know [where the added time came from],” Howe said. “I would need someone else to guide me”. I hope he's not relying on those people who are educating him on the behaviors of the Saudi ownership. You got to love a winner in additional time added because they had tried to waste the 5 minutes that had been added on. Part 2 - Everton - so much you can derive from this: Are we in crisis? Off-kilter at best. We had a good xG but the quality of the chances wasn't exceptional Klopp's message very much like the Champions League final - we had chances. Their goalie played well. But we looked awful when Milner came on. Part 3 - Napoli - we are definitely in a slump: 9 players not playing well - and that second goal…. Everyone can see what's wrong. We need to reinvent ourselves. The worst performance since 2015. Ajax is tomorrow: Asked if the break could impact Liverpool's rhythm, Klopp added: "Did you see our game [against Napoli]? If we could lose this kind of rhythm it would be really cool." What do we expect from Liverpool If we have time: Is the Nuñez chat (not performing) something to even worry about? Does Naby ever pull on the red jersey again? Does the extended break hurt or harm us? (Players maybe coming back/ones that are just back getting more time in the training pitch vs rhythm) We'll be back next week after Liverpool have played Ajax. Thanks to Sean and Daz. If you enjoyed the pod, please share it with a friend. Follow us @FirstStateKopites on Twitter – we only tweet and re-tweet from sources we think are credible. Music is courtesy of Hypenotic – they are a Welsh electro-pop band – https://hyperfollow.com/hypenotic
With Jake away for a couple of weeks, EPL Insights returns for Gameweek 7 with Pinnacle regular and soccer analyst Andrew Beasley joining Canada's chief soccer host Gareth Wheeler to run the rule of GW6 and preview this weekend's Premier League fixtures. VAR controversy was the main talking point, following incidents involving West Ham United, Aston Villa and Newcastle, plus the pair discussed Manchester United's victory over Arsenal and how Bournemouth overturned a 2-0 deficit to beat Nottingham Forest. The second part of the episode looks at the upcoming gameweek and where the value could lie in Pinnacle's markets, as Andrew shares some real insight into the xG data and what it could mean going forward. This included Man City vs Tottenham, Fulham vs Chelsea and Crystal Palace vs Man United. There's time for quick fire picks as they analyse the rest of the weekend's matches, before both Gareth and Andrew select their best bets for GW7. *Recorded pre-Thomas Tuchel sacking at Chelsea Bet on the Premier League with Pinnacle: bit.ly/3zN6Roz Follow Pinnacle on: Twitter - twitter.com/Pinnacle Instagram: pinnacle.betting Facebook - www.facebook.com/PinnacleSports/ Soundcloud - @pinnacle-podcast Infogol: www.infogol.net/ Gamble responsibly: www.pinnacle.bet/en/future/respon…ble-gaming/malta Gareth Wheeler - @GarethWheeler Andrew Beasley - @BassTunedToRed Read Pinnacle's Premier League outright betting preview: bit.ly/3zNaVW3 Inform your selections with Pinnacle's Premier League Predictions: bit.ly/3OOzTII Read Pinnacle's La Liga predictions article: bit.ly/3pneeNw
EPL Insights returns for Gameweek 6 as Canada's chief soccer host Gareth Wheeler is once again joined by Infogol analyst Jake Osgathorpe to review Gameweek 5 as Arsenal made it five wins in five, Erling Haaland scored a second hat-trick in consecutive matches and Southampton beat Chelsea. The pair then delve into five key games including Everton vs Liverpool, Chelsea vs West Ham United and Manchester United vs Arsenal as they compare Infogol's xG data with Pinnacle's odds and markets. It's then on to quick fire picks and their best bets of the weekend as both Gareth and Jake select the bets that could take your fancy. Bet on the Premier League with Pinnacle: bit.ly/3zN6Roz Follow Pinnacle on: Twitter - twitter.com/Pinnacle Instagram: pinnacle.betting Facebook - www.facebook.com/PinnacleSports/ Soundcloud - @pinnacle-podcast Infogol: www.infogol.net/ Gamble responsibly: www.pinnacle.bet/en/future/respon…ble-gaming/malta Gareth Wheeler - @GarethWheeler Jake Osgathorpe - @JAKEOZZ Read Pinnacle's Premier League outright betting preview: bit.ly/3zNaVW3 Inform your selections with Pinnacle's Premier League Predictions: bit.ly/3OOzTII Read Pinnacle's La Liga predictions article: bit.ly/3pneeNw
In this episode, Jeff and Matt join Travis for the very first time together! After some shared hero worship between Jeff and Matt, the fellas start out by chatting the biggest news of the week - Sasa Kalajdzic's official move to the Premier League - and discuss the striker's departure, his future, and their favorite memories of the tallest forward around! In Part One, the guys share their thoughts on the scoreless draw at Cologne and have Jeff, the resident 1. FC Köln fan, give his Hennes-colored views on whether Schwabe is the greatest keeper of all-time or if VfB simply can't finish their chances. Before the review is over, discussion topics include red cards, how horizontal stripes are better than vertical stripes, how xG is both a pop band and a soccer stat, and how it's possible that a player for Effzeh could have an active head wound for almost the entire match and not be pulled until he banged up his ankle. Finally, Part Two wraps up with Jeff giving us his views on KOE's future in the coming weeks and months. In Part Two, Matt and Travis refuse to let Jeff leave and cover some more headlines, confusing Borna Sosa's potential new Italian League team with the NBA's Atlanta Hawks, and answer a question about how toothless the team's attack has been of late. In Part Three, it's a cautious preview of the huge match at home versus newly promoted Schalke that ends with an ode to old friend Simon Terodde! Introduction - 0:00-1:35 Headlines - 1:44-16:36 Part One - 16:45-40:03 Part Two - 40:12-47:12 Part Three - 47:12-56:27
The Boys in Gold won their second straight match Saturday, and they're well-positioned heading into a two-match week against Colorado and Austin. Can they sustain their run? Wes and Tim hit the highlights of the club's recent success and break down upcoming action. Club & Country is sponsored by M.L. Rose. Visit ClubCountryUSA.com for great coverage of the Boys in Gold. EARLY SHOUT: 5:51 Randall is back on the scoresheet The Milkman's brace! Gold Nuggets: Nashville SC's dominant two-match stretch Previewing Colorado and Austin MAILBAG: 26:00 Is Nashville's xG luck finally turning? Can there ever be a large enough sample size? Who should have taken the late PK? Is there still a path to a home playoff match? OUTSIDE N: 48:08 A glance at the playoff race Big matches this week that have a bearing of NSC's playoff hopes
Fun soccer is Fun! Who knew? SKC turned in the most comprehensive performance of the season against Portland. Yes they outscored their xG by a bunch, but it is more about how they played, the positional play, the possession, the winning second balls, the pressing and counterpressing. For the first time this season, they looked like the SKC we have come to expect for several years. Drew and Cody unpack all of the pieces of the performance, as well as some concerns about its sustainability given how much it relies on one player's performance(Rog). Much discussion as well about how good Willy Agada really is, and some mea culpas regarding the scouting department as well as the plan that Vermes had in place to deal with the absences. Also, a quick few minutes on Major Leeds Soccer and how enjoyable it is to watch some USMNT guys playing in a system perfect for them. Music by The Spin Wires
It's episode 8 of our 4th season. I'm Paul and I am joined by Haitham and Sean. We began last week by saying that the 2022-23 season has not started the way we all hoped. And it always worse Losing to the Mancs - never a good experience Much debate over performances - was it individual errors, poor shape, or a lack of intensity? Did we just give them too much hope. xG - 2.02 vs 1.5 Playing like Nunez was present weren't we? Are we going to spend the season developing a new way of playing. Diaz and Salah as wide as can be. Good points from the game? Lot of injuries. Looking ahead: 2 home games How many players will be coming back? Now got to win 30 out of 35 What is Jurgen's mindset? What else is going on? Leniency is going to be an issue isn't it Chelsea lost and City dropped points Transfer window closes We'll be back next week after Liverpool play Bournemouth. Thanks to Sean and Haitham. If you enjoyed the podcast, share it with a friend. Follow us @FirstStateKopites on Twitter – we only tweet and re-tweet from sources we think are credible. Music is courtesy of Hypenotic – they are a Welsh electro-pop band – https://hyperfollow.com/hypenotic
Andy Gurczak is a private insurance adjuster and the Founder of AllCity Adjusting. Andy has more than 10 years of experience. He helps and represents others with their insurance claims and advocates for them. So with no further ado, let's dive in and listen as Andy shares how he works in the field. 00:00 - 05:26] Opening Segment Who is Andy Gurczak Andy started in construction sales Public adjusters are private adjusters who represent their insurance companies and advocate for them. There is a right time to get a public adjuster involved; the sooner, the better. [05:26 - 10:40] Agents Advise Property Owners on How to Combat Insurance Companies The importance of agents educating their clients on their policy One of the main points is to avoid being in a hurry, as this can lead to mistakes and poorer outcomes for the client. Commercial clients are typically more willing to wait for a settlement, while residential clients may be more eager to return home. [10:40 - 16:47] How to Prepare for an Insurance Claim When you have a claim, the insurance company will ask you a hundred questions and record everything. Saying the wrong thing can affect your claim, such as being delayed, denied, or even worthless if you had just spoken to the insurance company directly without first consulting a Private Adjuster. It is essential to consult an attorney or PA when you have a claim to make sure you present it in the best way possible. There are many nuances to insurance policies that can be difficult to understand on your own. It is helpful to have an advisor who can help guide you through the process. [16:48 - 19:24] Closing Segment Reach out to Andy Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes “All the policy is written for the consumer, right? So it's not supposed to be written as an attorney is supposed to interpret it. It's supposed to be easy to read, but they're never easy to read. They're so complicated.” - Andy Gurczak ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Andy by calling 708 655 4186 Connect with me: I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns. Facebook LinkedIn Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on. Thank you for tuning in! Email me → firstname.lastname@example.org [00:00:00] Andy Gurczak: A lot of people wanna be in a hurry. And the agents say, well, I got a guy that's gonna, help you out. He's a, contractor and the adjuster's got a guy and everyone's got a guy and everyone wants to push you to move the claim and keep going, and get it done because the quicker they can settle it, they know it's underpaid the quicker they can close out the claim. [00:00:17] Andy Gurczak: It's more when it comes to the residential claims, I think a lot of those people with families, they just wanna be back in the house. [00:00:23] Andy Gurczak: And then at the end they're like, wow, well, we don't even have enough money to fix our house. Well, you were in such a hurry. You just let them do anything. And now you're out of money. [00:00:30] [00:00:42] Sam Wilson: Andy Gurczak is a public adjuster, recovering investors, tons of money, Andy, welcome to the show. Thanks for having me, Sam. Hey man. The pleasure's mine. There are three questions. I ask every guest who comes in the show in 90 seconds or less. Can you tell me, where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get. [00:00:58] Andy Gurczak: started in construction sales fell into adjusting, meeting someone that was already a PA learning the ropes. Since then we've we opened honestly adjusting and it's been like this on my own about over 10 years now. [00:01:11] Sam Wilson: Okay. Absolutely awesome. What is just for our listeners? So they understand. [00:01:16] Sam Wilson: What or who is a public adjuster? [00:01:19] Andy Gurczak: Yeah. Easy terms cuz public adjusting, I guess it's when people think public, it's kind of not a turn that everyone knows. I would just easily say it's a private adjuster. It's an adjuster you hire that represents you and your insurance claim and advocates for you. [00:01:32] Andy Gurczak: Not he's he doesn't work for the insurance company. He's not hired by any insurance company parties. He's only there to represent. [00:01:39] Sam Wilson: Is there. And maybe this will be, one of the, one of the things that we were gonna largely focus on in this episode is the dos and don'ts of insurance claims. And I guess, and if we're gonna cover this later, tell me, but is there a right time to get a public adjuster involved? [00:01:55] Sam Wilson: And is there a wrong time to get a public adjuster involved? [00:01:58] Andy Gurczak: I would, we would advise the quicker the better. So for our commercial clients, they call us as soon as something happens, then we file the claim and we do everything for them. They're all hands off. So the only thing they know is once the claim is settled, the amounts and that's it. [00:02:13] Andy Gurczak: Got [00:02:14] Sam Wilson: it. Okay. Okay. Let's dig right in then let's get into the meat of this, which is the dos and don'ts of insurance claims. Can you just break that [00:02:22] Andy Gurczak: down for us? Yeah. Dues, if I'm gonna give you your client tips on the dues of claims, when you're filing claim know when you're actually calling yourself to set their reserve side, to actually tell 'em that it's a large claim don't meaning when you're calling the claim, they'll usually. [00:02:39] Andy Gurczak: How much damage there is cuz they wanna set a reserve for that claim and amount. And what happens is if the Reserve's low and the claim's actually a large claim then to actually go and estimate and negotiate over those limits or the reserves they saved, it goes through like three, four managers. And it's just a long process. [00:02:57] Andy Gurczak: And it's a very tedious, that's usually a lot of our new clients when they call us, is that process when they call us a little bit too late our reserves were set low. Instead of a hundred thousand dollars claim, now we're at a $300,000 claim and you're going through this whole process of getting, that, that money approved or that claim approved. [00:03:13] Sam Wilson: So you're saying on the back end at the insurance company, you call in, you say, Hey man, we had a fire in one of our units and I don't know, you're kind of running off the back of a napkin math. You look at it and you say, by the time we get the fire damage remediated and whatever, now water damage to the property and maybe a hundred grand. [00:03:32] Sam Wilson: And your estimate was way off, but that's what you told. The insurance company said a hundred grand. And so they're sitting on their back end going, okay, we'll tag a hundred thousand dollars in the reserve account for, Sam's claim. And now you're saying that causes problems. When you go back and say, actually, no, sorry guys, we're gonna need about 300 grand, a hundred percent. [00:03:50] Sam Wilson: Correct. That's really interesting. That's really interesting. I mean, it seems like an insurance claim would be, and obviously I'm wrong, but it just it's, it is what it is, but that's not the [00:04:00] Andy Gurczak: case. No they have certain amount of reserves they have to put in when there's a claim filed. When that amount is low, like I said, it hurts your claim going forward. [00:04:09] Andy Gurczak: So if you're calling a claim and it's a fire, just might as well just say it's a total loss. Even if it's not exaggerate the damage, say it's more damage set, those reserves higher. And that way and then, adjusters also insurance adjusters have incentives to stay under the reserve. [00:04:22] Andy Gurczak: There's bonuses and their stuff when they say under the reserves. So it's a haul, it's a, it's an entire process. They have it's entire game. They have. So you wanna get off to the right foot. So not only is it, when you call in sending the reserves high enough, but also saying the right stuff. [00:04:38] Andy Gurczak: So a lot of people, they jeopardize their claims by how they call them in meaning they'll call and. We had a leak in the basement. Well, they might take that, write it down. Then you might get a call a day later saying, Hey, your claim's denied because we don't cover leaks. That's over time. [00:04:53] Andy Gurczak: Leaks are not covered. Well, you said it was a leak, but tactically, it was a pipe burst, which a pipe burst is covered. Right. [00:04:59] Sam Wilson: Gotcha. So it, I mean, it seems like there's a lot of gaming involved in this where it's like, I mean it, should it be that way or is there a better, is there a better way to do this or would you see, do we see a brighter future in this industry? [00:05:13] Sam Wilson: Or is this just, no, you gotta learn play [00:05:15] Andy Gurczak: game. It's only going the wrong way. And the reason is for the local, the staff adjusters all the more experienced adjusters are leaving and they're bringing all these, they call 'em cat adjusters or out of state adjusters. They're bringing those in and just more inexperienced adjusters that never handle the claim, but all they know is they get a piece of paper and say, these are our guidelines. [00:05:34] Andy Gurczak: We don't pay for this. We pay for this. Right. So then when we come in and we're meeting with these adjusters you're talking about someone that just finished college, that's got a laptop and saying, okay, well, I don't pay for this and we can't do this. And this is not covered. They have no clue what. [00:05:48] Andy Gurczak: Most of the time, what they're talking about, [00:05:50] Sam Wilson: How do you combat that? Like what do you guys do in that process that maybe the, us as just average Joe property owner, just simply wouldn't understand. [00:05:59] Andy Gurczak: Yeah. With the experience we have in construction estimating we're always our company, especially something that's huge on our end is knowledge and learning as we go forward is taking more seminars and learning and actually knowing how to combat insurance companies negotiate it, having the right tools to do. [00:06:18] Andy Gurczak: So, if you, cuz you just can't tell the insurance, Hey, you need to pay for this or you need to do that. Like you have to support everything. So providing those supportive documents is huge. Gotcha. [00:06:28] Sam Wilson: That makes a lot of sense. So one of the first things you said here on the due side is on a large claim, just say it's a total loss. [00:06:35] Sam Wilson: The second thing is to identify actually what happened, not a pipe leak, it was a pipe burst. And then of course getting accurate estimates. There. Are there any other dues on the front end that you say, man, this is something that people absolutely should be doing. [00:06:48] Andy Gurczak: Yeah. Mitigate the damage, meaning actually have someone on your team that if you have a fire, they board up the windows. [00:06:54] Andy Gurczak: If you have a water loss, they extract the water. If you don't mitigate they can deny your claim, that's in your policy. So knowing your policy. And actually knowing what's in there, there's a section called duties. After loss, that's the first thing you should know. That's the first thing we get when we would get the policy from an insurance company. [00:07:12] Andy Gurczak: The first thing we read is the duties after loss, because there's so many things you have to do to actually make sure your loss is covered. [00:07:19] Sam Wilson: That's really a really good advice. That's not a section of the. Of any insurance policy I think I've ever read is what are the, [00:07:27] Andy Gurczak: no, I don't think anyone's ever read any [00:07:28] Sam Wilson: of their policy. [00:07:30] Sam Wilson: Actually. I've read a fair amount of it. Cause I kind of nerd out on that stuff. It's like, oh, okay. but I still didn't know that page existed. Like, so clearly I haven't, and that's [00:07:37] Andy Gurczak: the most important page. There's usually like 10 bullet points. And it says all the things now they'll pay a claim, even if you don't perform some of the duties. [00:07:45] Andy Gurczak: But at the end, if it was they, if it went to litigation or it keeps going further in negotiation stuff, they can say, well, you never filed the proof of loss. You never mitigated there's other stuff you didn't do. You didn't, we have claims with commercial properties where let's say it was vacant, or it was under construction. [00:08:00] Andy Gurczak: They denied it saying you didn't you heat the property. They can deny the claim, right? You didn't maintain heat in the. Right, right. But then there's a clause that technically we can overturn that saying, well, if you're, if the property's under construction, then it, the claim is covered. So just knowing the policy, knowing the duties after loss would highly re a good agent, should be able to explain all that to you. [00:08:23] Sam Wilson: Right. Right. And that was gonna be, my next question was at what point in time is this the responsibility of the agent selling you the policy to help educate you and say, okay, here's what you should be doing. And then at what point in time is it where you say, all right, you're playing for the insurance team and I'm gonna have to go find my own, private [00:08:42] Andy Gurczak: adjuster. [00:08:43] Andy Gurczak: Correct. And a lot of the leads we get, or a lot of referrals we get are actually from insurance agents especially on the commercial. Because they don't really know the policies. They're pretty comprehensive policies there go there's co-insurance clauses, there's all these clauses and exclusions. [00:08:58] Andy Gurczak: They sell these policies. It's hard to find a good commercial agent, but if you are gonna start investing to commercial highly recommend that you do diligence, find an agent that can actually tell you, look, well, this is the business I have. I, storage ly is I have this 20 unit, these are all the people and make sure there's coverage for everything. [00:09:15] Sam Wilson: Yeah. And how do you, I guess, and that's something probably when you work through with our insurance agent is finding them to say, Hey, these are the 25 scenarios. This is what we need coverage for. So that's really, really fascinating. Thanks for sharing the due side. [00:09:28] Sam Wilson: What are the don'ts [00:09:29] Andy Gurczak: What are the don'ts? Let's see here. Don't don't be in a hurry is my number. A lot of people wanna be in a hurry. And the agents say, well, I got a guy that's gonna, help you out. He's a, contractor and the adjuster's got a guy and everyone's got a guy and everyone wants to push you to move the claim and keep going, and get it done because the quicker they can settle it, they know it's underpaid the quicker they can close out the claim. [00:09:51] Andy Gurczak: That's the number one thing, don't be in a hurry. Our commercial clients are our favorite because they're usually are more, Hey, I'm not in a hurry. I have my own contractors. I'm, let's get it settled. It's more when it comes to the residential claims, I think a lot of those people with families, they just wanna be back in the house. [00:10:08] Andy Gurczak: And then at the end they're like, wow, well, we don't even have enough money to fix our house. Well, you were in such a hurry. You just let them do anything. And now you're out of money. [00:10:15] Sam Wilson: that's really, really sound advice. So don't be in a hurry. What else you have after that? I guess, are there things we should, and shouldn't say, are there people that we are there documents we shouldn't sign? [00:10:26] Sam Wilson: Are there anything along those lines where you say, and maybe that's part of the, don't be in a hurry thing? Is there just something we should categorically avoid? [00:10:33] Andy Gurczak: Yeah, I think just saying the wrong stuff in terms of don't be in a hurry, don't start calling. And because the insurance company, when they, when you call the claim, when you're speaking with them, they'll ask you a hundred questions and they'll record everything. [00:10:48] Andy Gurczak: And then if you say the wrong thing, then. We get called and say, well, there's this whole trace of, we have to go back and like, look, go through a whole story of what happened in the last three months. Well, you started out with telling them that this happened and that's what got the claim delayed, Deni delayed and now technically denied. [00:11:05] Andy Gurczak: So no one what to say, and actually maybe consulting someone a PA or an attorney when you have a claim to make sure you present it to an insurance as well [00:11:13] Sam Wilson: Give me a case study and they come to mind where you say, Hey, this is what happened. This is how we could, how we helped something [00:11:21] Andy Gurczak: like that. was another investor, actually, your area of Memphis, he had a 16 unit building. [00:11:27] Andy Gurczak: His claim was denied called us was referred by one of his XG students. One of his listeners his claim was denied because they said it was sewer backup and his claim wasn't covered technically. And there's a big tip for all your listeners. If they ever a claim where it's sewer backup and they don't have sewer backup limit. [00:11:42] Andy Gurczak: Well, sewer backup is sewer that backs up from usually the sewers, like the streets or, overflows or something. Most of the time it's called it's called a soft clog, meaning something actually gets clogged in the pipe. That's why the pipe overflows. Okay. That's covered under your main limit. [00:11:59] Andy Gurczak: So that loss, for example, that case study, that loss was denied. Cuz two of the units got damaged. I think we finished at 70,000, so he had zero denied after months of fighting with them. And then we ended up finishing a claim at 70,000. [00:12:11] Sam Wilson: Wow. And what did you call that? A soft clog versus a sewer box soft. [00:12:16] Andy Gurczak: Yes. So the two, no, two different things. Soft clog and sewer backup, two different things. [00:12:20] Sam Wilson: That's again, it goes back to just the nuance of this where it's like, we, I feel I'm not the sharpest knife in the drawer. I freely admit that, but it's like, there's it just, there's so much nuance to this. That's like, this should seem seemingly be more straightforward where it's like, there is sewage. [00:12:36] Sam Wilson: In our building, but how that sewage got there or what caused that sewage to get there is the difference between $0 from the insurance company and $70,000 from the insurance company. And how do we as commercial real estate investors educate ourselves on that? I mean, cuz again, you said these policies are hyper nuanced, right? [00:12:57] Sam Wilson: What should I be doing to make sure that I understand this on the front? So, [00:13:02] first [00:13:02] Andy Gurczak: of all, the policy is written for the consumer, right? So it's not supposed to be written as an attorney is supposed to interpret it. It's supposed to be easy to read, but they're never easy to read. They're so complicated. [00:13:13] Andy Gurczak: Even when we go to read them, we're, we're looking 'em up and we have definitions. Cause they're very confusing. Yeah. So, so they're not written in your favor. Also, the adjuster is supposed to have eye for coverage. They it's what they used to call an eye for coverage. They technically were always stopped that, they had an eye for coverage, meaning they want, they should always look to cover your lumps. [00:13:33] Andy Gurczak: But once insurance companies took the, took in the McKinsey model and I don't wanna get into this whole Allstate McKinsey thing, but they accepted this model McKinsey model of how they handle claims. Now, most claims are denied. They're never looking to cover. Instead, they're more looking, okay, what's this. [00:13:50] Andy Gurczak: Or how can we deny this instead of how can we cover it? That's every claim how we see going now is it's. How can we deny it instead of how can we cover it? Then we have to come in and look at, okay. That pipe there was leaking. Well, was it leaking over time? Did something hit it, did it how to burst. You just have to find the real culprit to see and then to see if there's coverage in the policy for it. [00:14:12] Sam Wilson: that is absolutely correct. And then that's, and that's one of the things, I guess, that as business owners, as real estate investors, that's really frustrating in this space is, and again, I was signing a policy here for our renewal on a commercial building and I just started reading through it and I got halfway through. [00:14:27] Sam Wilson: I'm just like, I don't understand what I'm reading anymore. Like, I don't know, this is I, [00:14:32] Andy Gurczak: they get fine. I mean, they get those commercial. That's why I say, four unit lasts the residential, those policies, just, they're, I dunno 60 pages, those commercial ones. I mean, they get thick, those binders get thick. [00:14:42] Andy Gurczak: I mean, there's a lot in them, [00:14:43] Sam Wilson: a lot in them. And by the time I feel like it's a, it's a spider web of like, You know if this, then that, but that then, and by the time it's all done, it's like, I don't know. This is a ball of, exclusions and things that are covered that I can't even begin to remember. [00:14:56] Sam Wilson: So I guess [00:14:57] Andy Gurczak: your point, when you say education learning or where can you, there's really, it's hard because everything's so skew. If you go online and say, do I need a public adjuster or should I hire a PA you'll find half articles. Yes, all good. And then half bad. And those bad ones are all written by insurance companies. [00:15:11] Andy Gurczak: No one even tells you that you can hire a PA. A lot of people don't know there's actually a private adjuster. You can hire to look over your claim and you don't even have to hire us. You can just literally have us look over your claim to see. It was, I went to one yesterday was a fire. It was a friend that called looked over the claim. [00:15:25] Andy Gurczak: I'm like, there's a couple of things missing, but I'll give you the tips and advice. What you tell 'em to get it paid. There's nothing else for us to do. I'm just saying it doesn't hurt to call because the good PAs and the ones that , are very knowledgeable, don't look over a claim like our firm doesn't take on a claim unless we look over and make sure we can bring value to it. [00:15:40] Andy Gurczak: So I can't bring value to Sam then there's, then there's no need for us, or I'm not gonna waste your time or you're gonna waste Neil waste each other's time. [00:15:48] Sam Wilson: Absolutely. And that brings back us to the last question. And maybe this is , Too granular, too personal to have on a podcast question, but I guess I gotta ask it, how do you guys get paid in this process? [00:15:59] Andy Gurczak: Yeah, PA usually charges between 10 to, 10, 20, 20 5% depending. We cover 12 states. So we've just taken the model of 10% across the board. When we do commercial en large, we have a scale that drops down the percentage from 10 to after a million dollars. It's 5% we cap it, , for like really large claims for our larger clients [00:16:19] Andy Gurczak: but that's our firm. Again, everyone does it a little bit differently. , we do a flat 10% and like I said, when we do the large claims, then we have a scale that kind of goes down based on if the claim is to reach a certain [00:16:30] Sam Wilson: amount. Right? [00:16:31] Sam Wilson: No, I love that. That's great. Last question for you here, Andy. [00:16:35] Sam Wilson: If someone were to come work with your firm? What makes them a great client for you guys that you say, man, that's somebody I really wanna work with. [00:16:41] Andy Gurczak: Someone that trusts us, someone that when I talk to says, Andy, I just want you to handle that claim. Just settle it, handle everything for me. [00:16:50] Andy Gurczak: Just let me know when we're done here. Let me know the amounts. That's the best client, the client that is the client. That's worried about the percentage upfront, what they have to pay or what's our. Those clients right away. I can tell you then let's not work together because the value I bring to you, literally, we can charge over 50% on each claim and you'd still be better off if you didn't hire us. [00:17:11] Andy Gurczak: Right. [00:17:11] Sam Wilson: That's the. I love that. And that, that, that's a fair and honest reply. And I appreciate that. Cuz everybody has in their own industry, whether you're a broker, whether you're a buyer, a seller, there's like people you wanna work with. And then there's people you're like, Hey, this just isn't a good fit in a good fit for us. [00:17:26] Sam Wilson: So certainly appreciate your transparency and commercial [00:17:29] Andy Gurczak: clients. Like you saying, you guys invest in commercial and your listeners are our favorite. Because they usually have their own team of contractors and roofers all their whole team. So when we come on their team, we're just in charge of getting their claims, paid fully, making sure they have all the money, then they get their own guys. [00:17:45] Andy Gurczak: They're not having the insurance company take all their money and do their work. Right. So it works out in, it works out in their favor. [00:17:53] Sam Wilson: That's awesome. Andy, thank you for coming on the show today and taking the time to break down what a public adjuster or private adjuster is, how you guys work. [00:18:02] Sam Wilson: What, how you guys get paid, what to do, the right things to do the wrong things to do. And really, I guess bringing a little clarity perhaps and saying that, the industry is just pretty confusing as it is, and there's probably not gonna change any time in the future, but at least you've given us some, some tips and tricks on how to navigate, how to navigate those murky waters. [00:18:20] Sam Wilson: So I certainly appreciate it. If I, if our listeners wanna get in touch with you or learn more about you, what is the best [00:18:25] Andy Gurczak: way to do that? The best way for your listeners. What I'll do is I'll leave you my, my personal cell phone. If any of your listeners wanna call me or text me I'll leave in my cell phone. [00:18:34] Andy Gurczak: That way that's the quickest way they can save that number in their phone book. Cause again, you might never need me. Or you might have two claims in a year, so, if they want to save my phone number, it's seven oh eight six five five four one eight six seven oh eight six five five four one eight six. [00:18:48] Andy Gurczak: And that's literally my cell phone. They call me, text me. They have any questions I'm more than happy. I'm very open to helping people, so [00:18:54] Sam Wilson: that's awesome. Andy, thank you again for coming on today. I certainly appreciate it. [00:18:59] Andy Gurczak: Appreciate it.
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In this week's episode of Off the Crossbar, Matt, Kyle and Trevor are talking about the latest on RSL's summer transfer window strategy, plus: RSL's 1-0 loss to FC Dallas The value of statistics — when is xG valuable? Recent interviews conducted with Elliot Fall and Pablo Mastroeni and a whole lot more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Thanks for joining Haitham and me, Paul, on a special edition looking at the exciting women's Euros. 4 quarter finals finished up on Saturday: If you haven't watched, you've got 3 games left to see what you've been missing. The standard we think is very high - a better watch than MLS we'd say. Review the 4 games: Spain - England: Bonmati looks a talent, Del Castillo gave Rachel Daly a tough second half - could have made it 2 with the chip that Mary Earps kept out England looked better with Alex Greenwood and Russo as the central striker on Without the last 5 minutes the narrative could have been so different France - Netherlands - reminded me of the Spain-England game France had an xG of 4.69 but somehow needed a penalty to win. Renard leads the tournament for attempts on goal Losing Katoto has been a big loss - Malard didn't look quite as sharp. Neither did Sarr. Geyoro's first game hattrick looks like the anomaly that her record would suggest Karchaoui, Cascarino and Diani have looked really dangerous at times. They do seem to have great depth - Bacha from Lyon looked really impressive, they were able to bring Mateo off the bench Van Domselaar was excellent - making multiple saves in each of the games she played in - nearly saved the penalty. And there was Van Der Graght Miedema may well have been affected by Covid Germany - Austria At one level this game was a close as any, with Austria hitting the woodwork 3 times This was a great example of what can happen when a team playing out from the back comes up against a team with an excellent press. Lots of good performances for Germany - Popp obviously, 4 goals in 4. Klara Buhl looks good, although she probably would like that chance she missed back. Briefly on Sweden - Belgium - 33 shots to 3, Sweden having to rely on a last minute winner from defender Sembrant. Everard from Belgium was outstanding - she was -9 for goals conceded versus expected. Impressed by: Sveindís Jane Jónsdóttir: Iceland, Wolfsburg Club Team Lucy Bronze: England, new Barca player coming from Shitty Disappointed by: Norway National Team, especially Ada Hederberg Renard's inability to direct headers! Looking ahead: England - Sweden - goals haven't come easily for Sweden, although Blackstinius has looked sharp to me. England seem to have a lot of ways to score (Mead, White, Russo, Heap), but they will have to be aware of Asllani, Rolfo and Blackstinius France - Germany - does this follow the pattern of Spain - Germany? Lattwein and Dabritz are from Lyon - don't know what influence that will have. If you enjoyed the podcast, share it with a friend. Follow us @FirstStateKopites on Twitter - we only tweet and re-tweet from sources we think are credible'. Music is courtesy of Hypenotic - they are a Welsh electro-pop band - https://hyperfollow.com/hypenotic
The Athletic's Michael Cox and Mark Carey join host Ali Maxwell, to preview the semi-finals, with England facing their toughest opponents to date - Sweden and their set pieces. How exactly did Sarina Wiegman turn the tide against Spain and could Michael's player of the tournament so far - Kosovare Asllani - cause big problems for Millie Bright and the English defence on Tuesday night... Plus, the panel discuss why the current xG model may not be fit for Women's football, why Belgium have paid the price for not investing in the women's game, why Arsenal's Stina Blackstenius is due a goal, how the French lifted their QF Euros curse and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Our guest this week is Norman Zadeh. Norman is a former mathematics professor, and longtime gambler. He wrote one of the first math based poker books back in 1974. He has been a winning gambler at backgammon, poker, and sports betting.We welcome your questions - send them to us at email@example.com, or you can find me at @RWM21 on Twitter or https://www.facebook.com/GamblingWithAnEdge.Show Notes[00:00] Introduction of Norman Zadeh[00:39] Norman's gambling background, poker, backgammon[04:41] Writing a poker book[07:15] Does Norman still play backgammon?[08:48] Superstition, cosmic unconsciousness [11:35] Sports betting, handicapping[13:49] Modeling baseball[16:46] Handicapping basketball[20:13] Investing, trading in the stock markets[21:35] Opportunities to make money with math[23:58] Writing software, writing songs[26:11] Analyzing backgammon in the 1970s, brute force, XG[31:40] Kyle Larsen story[33:00] Investing versus betting[37:44] https://SouthPointCasino.com[38:32] https://BlackjackApprenticeship.com[39:01] https://VideoPoker.com/gwae[39:55] Norman's books[42:39] Norman's investing competition[51:20] Recommended: The Master Mechanic by I.G. Broat, Risk of Ruin Podcast episode “The Audacity of Help” education in math or computer scienceSponsored Links:https://SouthPointCasino.comhttps://BlackjackApprenticeship.comhttps://VideoPoker.com/gwaeGuest Links:https://Financial-competitions.comBooks by Norman Zadeh - https://amzn.to/3oD52o5Recommended:The Master Mechanic by I.G. Broat - https://amzn.to/3PvKh98https://Podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/risk-of-ruin/id1527018692
LINKS TO BOOK YOUR SPOT TO OUR LAS VEGAS AND SAN FRANCISCO SHOWS HERE On this episode, Kiyan Sobhani and Mehedi Hassan discuss: What is Expected Threat (xT)? One perhaps unknown difference between Rodrygo Goes and Marco Asensio Real Madrid's defense, the difference between their structure in La Liga and Champions League The difference in our xG differential trend-line in La Liga and the Champions League Carlo Ancelotti's quiet leadership And more. Did you enjoy this podcast? Get a ton of bonus content exclusively over on Patreon.com/ManagingMadrid Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Luna shines again. Sullivan as a (slightly trigger-happy) interpreter of space. xG piling up and we close out the soft part of the U20 Concacaf Championship in some style against Nicaragua. Bob Morocco joins to talk about the game, compare this side to the one that won the title in 2017, and give his preferred lineup for the Costa Rica match on Tuesday.support Scuffed on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scuffedScuffed listener survey: https://forms.gle/sBXXSaJ8jnP6RZDY6 join the Discord: https://discord.gg/X6tfzkM8XU buy our merch: https://my-store-11446477.creator-spring.com/drop us a question at this link and we'll try to answer it: https://forms.gle/rfzSEZJwsvnWSCxW7
Edward Egros joins host Jesse Cohen for the second in a series of conversations about how to make sense of the 2021-22 LA Kings season. This episode focuses on the difference between expected goals (xG) and actual goals (G) and what the difference between the two might mean for the future of the Kings.
XG joins me on this episode reviewing "Brokeback Mountain" directed by Ang Lee, a LGBTQ/romance masterpiece. It almost felt like I was watching Wong Kar-wai's "Happy Together" where the complexities of same-sex relationships hits the heart. XG and I discuss the impact of this film because of its story-telling, how tame it really is compared to cinema today when it comes to sex and relationships, and how the representation was done right especially the bigotry that affected the gay movement at that time.XG's merchhttp://fullytoxic.com
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In this episode, I'm joined by Tim Stillman to discuss statements sent to us by our Patreon members on Discord. I put them to Tim, he has to either strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with them. On the agenda, we have summer transfers, Nuno Tavares, Europa League v Champions League, Kieran Tierney, Granit Xhaka, Arteta's trust, xG, Takehiro Tomiyasu, officiating, the season as a whole and much more.Follow Tim on Twitter @StillbertoGet extra bonus content and help support Arseblog by becoming an Arseblog Member on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/arseblog – this month every penny we earn from Patreon will be donated to Unicef to help children affected by conflict around the world. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.