Category Archives: Sports

I Started a Sports and Gambling Substack

The substack is here. The latest post is here and contains predictions for tomorrow’s baseball games. I also posted predictions for yesterday’s games here, and here you can find my offensive team ratings. Pitcher ratings will be posted soon. I … Continue reading

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Leaders of Men

Related to (Eliezer Yudkowsky): Inadequacy and Modesty Epistemic Status: Confident. No sports knowledge required. In 2005, Willie Randolph became manager of the New York Mets. In his first five games as manager, all of which he lost, Willie made more decisions … Continue reading

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NFL is a perfect example of complexity creep

The NFL has voted to adopt a new rule that extra point attempts are snapped from the fifteen yard line, whereas two point conversions will continue to be run from the two yard line, but with the additional rule that … Continue reading

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