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$ ROI wins losses % link
650 26.7 6 14 30.0 The Indians are 6-14 against since Apr 11, 2015 as a home dog
3632 4.4 354 286 55.3 The Indians are 354-286 on since Apr 28, 2013
2772 17.5 71 28 71.7 The Indians are 71-28 on since Aug 08, 2015 as a home favorite
2353 13.4 77 39 66.4 The Indians are 77-39 on since Aug 08, 2015 at home
2186 8.7 107 60 64.1 The Indians are 107-60 on since Jul 29, 2015 as a favorite
2006 20.2 52 47 52.5 The Indians are 52-47 on since Jun 14, 2014 as a road dog
863 82.0 8 2 80.0 The Indians are 8-2 on since Sep 30, 2016 on the road
605 46.5 8 5 61.5 The Indians are 8-5 on since Sep 30, 2016 as a dog

Trend Parameters: active, english, invested, losses, margin, profit, pushes, sdql, start, team, wins


How To Use the Trends Page:
Use the Pythonic Query Language to explore a database of trends. The full PyQL format is: parameters @ conditions. More typical use just specifies the condition and takes a default output.

To see all trends with an average margin of at least 2 use the PyQL condition: margin > 2.

To see all perfect trends use the PyQL: wins * losses = 0
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