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2023.06.06 21:14 --Clintoris-- 06/06 NRFI AI - CLINTORIS -
I am not sure why my old post was deleted? I can't even see it in my history? I know I posted it and I didnt delete it. I am not sure what happened? I feel like the more popular the posts are, weird stuff happens.submitted by --Clintoris-- to sportsbetting [link] [comments]
Not to mention the mods on this subreddit have never responded to messages.
YESTERDAY UPDATE NRFI > 50% :
OAK/PIT - LOSS - CATCHER INTERFERENCE
DET / PHI - LOSS - SEEING EYE SINGLE
OVERALL RECORD NRFI > 50% - 13-4
Today is going to be quick. When I updated lineups and stats, a few NRFI probabilities popped over 50% but none I bet. I think the recent red sox homestand threw off their overall stats and they will struggle in Cleveland.
And I also think Luzardo/Greinke have a strong first inning. This AI is a work in progress. FOR SURE a work in progress and sometimes excessively difficult. Oh well.
** I am mixing up my picks. Maybe. After the phillies pick lost I went back in to reverse engineer the loss and the mistake became crystal clear, the phillies had a 31% chance of scoring and the tigers had a 17% chance (or something my freaking post was deleted) so it gave a 52% chance of NRFI.
All well and good, until the bottom of the first came up and there was basically a 1:3 chance of an YRFI, I want to keep it at 1:4 chance or higher.
So take these with a grain of salt but I am picking the matchups where both sides have a low chance of an NRFI and other factors. Like the Red Sox have a 32% chance of a run but I dont believe it since they are on the road.
(Percentages are likelihood of an NRFI occurring)
Minnesota Twins 78.23%
Full NRFI 50.02% Rank 4 Odds -135
Tampa Bay Rays 71.79%
Detroit Tigers 80.67%
Full NRFI 51.58% Rank 2 Odds -105
Philadelphia Phillies 70.91%
Kansas City Royals 74.19%
Full NRFI 48.14% Rank 5 Odds -145
Miami Marlins 73.95%
Oakland Athletics 77.90%
Full NRFI 52.54% Rank 1 Odds -105
Pittsburgh Pirates 74.64%
Chicago White Sox 74.99%
Full NRFI 40.81% Rank 12 Odds -115
New York Yankees 65.81%
Houston Astros 66.41%
Full NRFI 38.00% Rank 14 Odds -125
Toronto Blue Jays 76.58%
Boston Red Sox 68.41%
Full NRFI 44.38% Rank 7 Odds -140
Cleveland Guardians 75.97%
Los Angeles Dodgers 62.07%
Full NRFI 43.29% Rank 9 Odds 105
Cincinnati Reds 81.22%
New York Mets 76.26%
Full NRFI 43.37% Rank 8 Odds 100
Atlanta Braves 67.11%
Baltimore Orioles 73.62%
Full NRFI 46.00% Rank 6 Odds -110
Milwaukee Brewers 72.37%
St. Louis Cardinals 70.13%
Full NRFI 35.89% Rank 15 Odds 105
Texas Rangers 65.76%
San Francisco Giants 68.38%
Full NRFI 42.60% Rank 10 Odds 130
Colorado Rockies 74.23%
Chicago Cubs 73.69%
Full NRFI 41.38% Rank 11 Odds 110
Los Angeles Angels 67.69%
Seattle Mariners 75.44%
Full NRFI 50.59% Rank 3 Odds -130
San Diego Padres 75.14%
Arizona Diamondbacks 69.28%
Full NRFI 40.66% Rank 13 Odds 105
Washington Nationals 71.37%
Yes I choose two games without a 50%. But both games have a low chance per team. (Except for the red sox cheating bastards)
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2023.06.06 20:24 AutoNewspaperAdmin [UK] - Crews tackle fire in Glasgow's east end BBC
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2023.06.06 20:12 Joadzilla Ukraine dam: Thousands flee floods after dam collapse near Nova Kakhovka
Thousands of people are being evacuated downstream of a major dam which has been blown up in Russian-held Ukraine.
President Zelensky said 80 towns and villages were at risk of flooding after the destruction of the dam at Nova Kakhovka, which he blamed on Russia.
Water is surging down the Dnipro river and is said to pose a catastrophic flooding risk to the city of Kherson.
Russia has denied destroying the dam - which it controls - instead blaming Ukrainian shelling.
Neither Ukraine or Russia's claim has been verified by the BBC.
The Kakhovka dam is crucial in the region. It contains a reservoir, which provides water to farmers and residents, as well as to the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant. It is also is a vital channel carrying water south to Russian-occupied Crimea.
Video footage shows a torrent of floodwater gushing through a breach in the dam. Several towns are already flooded, while people in areas further downstream were forced to flee by bus and train.
Around 40,000 people need to be evacuated, Deputy Prosecutor-General Viktoriya Lytvynova said on Ukrainian television - 17,000 people in Ukraine-controlled territory west of the Dnipro River and 25,000 on the Russian-controlled east.
Also speaking on Ukrainian television, Interior Minister Ihor Klymenko said about 1,000 people had been evacuated so far and "24 settlements" had been flooded.
He accused Russia of shelling the southern region of Kherson, where people were being evacuated from, and issued a warning about the dangers posed by mines being exposed by the rising water levels.
One local resident Andrei, who lives close to the dam - which has been under Russian control throughout the invasion - said he believed Russia wanted to "drown" his city.
In Kherson, a woman called Lyudmyla - who was loading her belongings including a washing machine onto a trailer that was attached to an old car - said: "We're afraid of flooding. We're taking our things a little higher up."
She called for Russian forces to be "kicked out of here... they're shooting at us. They're flooding us or doing something else".
Another resident of the city, Sergiy, said he feared "everything is going to die here".
The city of Kherson is 50 miles downstream of the dam
"All the living creatures, and people will be flooded out," he said, gesturing at nearby houses and gardens.
On the Russian-controlled riverbank, Vladimir Leontyev, the Moscow-installed mayor of Nova Kakhovka where the dam is located, said the city was underwater and 900 people had been evacuated.
He said 53 evacuation buses were being sent by the authorities to take people from the city and two other settlements nearby to safety.
Nova Kakhovka's Russian-installed mayor said water levels had risen to over 11m (36ft) and that some residents had been taken to hospital, but gave no further details.
The Kazkova Dibrova zoo on the Russian-held riverbank has been completely flooded and all 300 animals are dead, it said in a post on its Facebook page.
There are concerns about the impact on the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, which uses water from a reservoir behind the dam for cooling.
The situation there is said to be under control and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has said it is monitoring the situation closely.
The UN agency said it saw "no immediate nuclear safety risk" at Europe's biggest atomic plant.
It is not yet clear what caused the breach in the dam, but Ukraine's military intelligence has accused Russia of deliberately blowing it up early this morning.
This seems plausible, as Moscow may have feared that Ukrainian forces would use the road over the dam to advance into Russian-held territory, as part of their counter-offensive.
For Russia, anxious to defend conquered territory in southern Ukraine, the dam represented an obvious problem.
Just as Ukrainian forces attacked road and rail bridges further downstream last autumn in a successful effort to isolate Russian forces in and around Kherson, Russia may have decided to destroy the dam to hold up Ukraine's counter-offensive, which it fears could come from multiple directions.
However, a Russian official claims Ukraine carried out the attack on the dam to detract from what they said were the failures of its counter-offensive and to deprive Crimea of fresh water.
A major Ukrainian push has long been expected. Kyiv has said it would not give advance warning of its start but a recent increase in military activity is being seen as a fresh sign that the counter-offensive may have begun.
Senior Ukrainian military commander Serhiy Naev said the dam blast would not stop Ukraine from advancing.
On Monday, Ukraine's deputy defence minister Hanna Maliar said Ukrainian forces had advanced around the "epicentre of hostilities" in Bakhmut, but did not say whether the counter-offensive had begun.
Bakhmut has for months been at the heart of fierce fighting. It has little strategic value - but is important symbolically both for Kyiv and Moscow.
In the aftermath of the attack on the dam, Mr Zelensky said he had called a meeting of the country's security and defence council.
Blaming "Russian terrorists" for the partial destruction of the dam, Mr Zelenksy said "it's only Ukraine's victory that will return security".
Yuri Sak, an adviser to Ukraine's ministry of defence, told the BBC Radio 4's Today programme that phone intercepts have suggested Russia wants to target more dams.
"They're actually calling to blow up more dams on the Dnipro river," he said.
Ukraine has branded the attack on the dam "ecocide" and said that 150 tonnes of engine oil has spilled into the Dnipro river.
Ukraine's hydroelectricity operator has said that a power station linked to the dam had been "completely destroyed... the hydraulic structure is being washed away".
World leaders have laid the blame for the blast at Russia's door, with some calling it a war crime.
UK Foreign Secretary James Cleverly branded the attack an "abhorrent act", adding: "Intentionally attacking exclusively civilian infrastructure is a war crime. The UK stands ready to support Ukraine and those affected by this catastrophe."
The head of NATO, Jens Stoltenberg, said the destruction of the dam demonstrated once again the brutality of Russia's war in Ukraine, while Charles Michel, the president of the European Council, said he was "shocked by the unprecedented attack".
The Geneva Conventions explicitly ban targeting dams in war due to the danger it poses to civilians.