Adam Martin’s GPP Plays and Cash Game advice for UFC Vegas 23: Vettori vs. Holland
After a rare off-week on the UFC calendar, we are back with 15 fights for this Saturday’s UFC Vegas 23 event. I had a very strong month of March, picking over 70% of fights correctly for the month, and I’m looking to get the train rolling in April, starting with this event. Keep in mind that this card starts early at 12 pm ET on Saturday afternoon, so set your lineups accordingly. We have 14 fights on the slate for UFC Vegas 23, so let’s dive in and get into all the matchups now.
UFC Vegas 23 Card
Marvin Vettori ($9600) vs. Kevin Holland ($6600)
The main event features Marvin Vettori against Kevin Holland. This was originally supposed to be Vettori vs. Darren Till, but Holland filled in on just one week’s notice. You have to credit Holland for stepping up and filling in just three weeks after losing in dominant fashion to Derek Brunson. That was a terrible performance by Holland. He spent the better part of the fight talking and laughing instead of fighting back. He was completely dominated with wrestling, and the biggest hole in his game was completely exposed by the veteran Brunson. Since that fight, Holland says he took UFC president Dana White’s criticisms to heart and will get back to his old self here against Vettori. It’s really hard to know what version of Holland is going to show up. But if he can get back to being that guy who won five straight fights, he could cause chaos.
Vettori is the biggest favorite on the card here, and I generally do believe that’s accurate as he should win this fight most of the time. He’s a huge middleweight who is well-rounded everywhere with good striking, wrestling, submissions, cardio, and a solid chin. If Vettori is smart, he should just take Holland down and beat him up on the mat. Holland’s best chance to win is likely to score a KO on the feet, but Vettori is a smart fighter. I think he will look to press Holland into the cage, bully him a bit, and tire him out before going for the takedowns. By all means, Vettori should win this fight. But at $9600, you are limiting what else you can do with the rest of your team if you play him. I lean towards Vettori here, but that’s a big price to pay.
I think from a fantasy perspective, Holland at $6600 is intriguing. Even if he loses, he might be able to go the full five rounds and score some points along the way. And he could always win this fight. Let’s not completely write him off just yet after the Brunson fight. Maybe Vettori won’t get the takedowns as easily as Brunson did, and maybe Holland can have success on the feet. He is three inches taller and has a seven-inch reach advantage, as well. So, that’s where I am with this one. I like Vettori, but the price makes it tricky, given that there are 14 fights on this card. I think Vettori is a better cash play as a likely winner, but for GPPs, you might be better off going with some of the other big favorites and looking to be more contrarian with your lineups.
Pick: Marvin Vettori
Sodiq Yusuff ($8500) vs. Arnold Allen ($7700)
Featherweight contenders meet when Sodiq Yusuff takes on Arnold Allen. This is definitely one of the contenders for “Fight of the Night,” in my opinion. Yusuff and Allen have both looked phenomenal in the UFC so far, with Yusuff going 4-0 and Allen going 7-0. Based on the matchmaking, you would have to assume the winner will land a top-10 opponent. Starting with Yusuff, there’s a lot to like with him. He’s a good striker with power, and he also has solid grappling skills. He’s fast and explosive as well and seems to have a high fight IQ. I like Yusuff a lot, and I think he has all the makings of a serious contender at 145lbs. That being said, this fight with Allen is a difficult matchup, and I wouldn’t be surprised if we did end up seeing an upset.
Allen just always finds a way to win. I know he hasn’t fought the best competition, but he’s beaten everyone the UFC has put in front of him, and for the most part, he’s made it look easy. I think Allen is very good, and I feel like a lot of people are overlooking him in this spot. He’s a very smart striker, and he also has good grappling skills. He has been very careful to protect his record coming up by only fighting once a year and against increasingly-more difficult opponents, but now it’s time for him to shine, and I think we are going to see a really good version of Allen. That being said, I’m not convinced that it’s going to be enough for him to get by Yusuff.
I think this is a really close fight, but the one thing that I have to consider when making my pick is recent activity inside the cage. Though they are both coming off of a 15-month layoff, Yusuff, in general, has been far more active and fighting more frequently as of late. In a close fight, I think that could be the difference. I’m going to slightly lean towards Yusuff to win a decision. But it’s a very close fight, and I think for fantasy purposes, it’s one you will want to play both sides.
Pick: Sodiq Yusuff
Julian Marquez ($9000) vs. Sam Alvey ($7200)
The middleweights meet when Julian Marquez meets Sam Alvey. It’s worth noting that Alvey is making his return to 185lbs after a five-fight winless skid at light heavyweight. He has mentioned in interviews he has to cut down from 230lbs just to make the weight, and he expects to weigh 217lbs come fight night. He’s going to have a size advantage over Marquez in this fight, but I’m not sure that’s enough at this point of his career. Alvey is extremely durable and still has power, but he’s just a little too slow now, and he’s too shy to pull the trigger. But he knows that his UFC career is on the line, so he could just lay it all out on the line in this one. The fact that Alvey has nothing to lose makes him ultra dangerous, but at the same time, this is still a bad matchup.
Marquez didn’t look great in his last fight against Maki Pitolo, but he managed to overcome his ring rust and win the fight via third-round submission. It showed once again that Marquez is a very well-rounded mixed martial artist. He can stand and bang on the feet as we saw with Phil Hawes, and he can submit his opponents on the ground as we saw with Darren Stewart. The fact he is so well-rounded makes him a difficult out at 185lbs. He will have his chin tested by Alvey in this fight, but I believe he will be able to eat Alvey’s punches, weather the storm, and win the fight. I like Marquez here, and I don’t hate him at $9000, given his finishing potential. Fighters who cut a ton of weight lose their chins, so this could be a spot where Alvey gets KOed.
Pick: Julian Marquez
Nina Nunes ($8300) vs. Mackenzie Dern ($7900)
The wife of the GOAT Amanda Nunes returns after a two-year layoff when Nina Nunes takes on Mackenzie Dern. Nunes hasn’t fought since June 2019, when she lost a unanimous decision to Tatiana Suarez. Prior to that, Nunes had won four straight fights, including a notable win over Claudia Gadelha. She has good striking, good takedown defense, and good cardio. Overall, she’s just a well-rounded fighter who trains at a great camp at American Top Team and is married to the greatest women’s MMA fighter of all time. All those things are great, but the layoff scares me, as is the fact she’s now 35 and taking on a 27-year-old Dern, who is in her prime.
There are some dogs that will win on this card, and I am looking at Dern. Mostly, it’s a fade on Ansaroff, who is 35 years old and coming off of a two-year layoff plus a pregnancy. We saw when Dern came back in her first fight after her pregnancy that she lost to Amanda Ribas and has since looked great. I don’t doubt that Nunes can beat plenty of fighters in the UFC, but I feel like the cards are stacked against her in this particular spot.
Dern isn’t a great wrestler, by any means, but she has this uncanny ability to get her fights to the ground. I also like that she has made improvements in her striking. Dern’s someone who I’m very high on for Saturday. I think this is a spot where the younger fighter can come through, so give me Dern. She’s worth a shot at $7900 for a GPP, given her finishing skills. I will also make a bet on her at +120.
Pick: Mackenzie Dern
Daniel Rodriguez ($8800) vs. Mike Perry ($7400)
This welterweight bout between Daniel Rodriguez and Mike Perry is my pick for “Fight of the Night.” Both guys are aggressive fighters who prefer to stand and bang, and that’s what we will see from these two. Starting with Rodriguez, I like this guy’s game a lot. He’s pretty good on the feet with solid cardio, and he pushes a strong pace for the whole 15 minutes. D-Rod is constantly throwing volume like in the Gabe Green fight. In this fight, Rodriguez has a three-inch height advantage, a three-inch reach advantage, and he’s a southpaw. He is five years older, but Rodriguez is a late bloomer, and I feel like he still has plenty of good fights to give the fans. I also want to mention he has an underrated submission game, beating Tim Means by guillotine choke. Overall, I think Rodriguez is an impressive fighter and, in general, underrated.
A lot of people think Perry can win this fight, but I feel like, at this point, we need to start fading Perry in almost every fight. I think his best years are well behind him. That fight with Vicente Luque, where his face was rearranged, changed his career, as did that knockout loss to Geoff Neal. I know he beat Mickey Gall, but Gall isn’t a good fighter. And then we saw Perry back up to his old tricks against Means. I’m not convinced that just because Perry is a dad now that he’s magically flipped a switch in his head and is going to turn his entire career around. I’m off the Perry bandwagon, and I think he is a fade against someone well-rounded like Rodriguez.
I wish Rodriguez was cheaper than $8800 for fantasy because he’s only a -150 betting favorite at the sportsbooks, so he is overpriced on DK. I am going to make a bet on him at the moneyline as I just think Rodriguez is the more well-rounded MMA fighter. From a DFS perspective, I still like him as I think he will put up a high score regardless of a finish or a decision, but I just wish the price was lower. I don’t have a ton of interest in Perry even though he has a cheap price here. I just think he’s a fade, and I don’t want too much invested in him. You could always take a punt in the hopes that he scores a KO, but I think D-Rod rolls.
Pick: Daniel Rodriguez
Joe Solecki ($9100) vs. Jim Miller ($7100)
This should be a really fun fight between two grapplers in Joe Solecki and Jim Miller. Solecki said in interviews leading up to this fight that he’s been watching Miller fight since he was a teenager, which puts into perspective how long Miller has been competing at this high level of the sport. Starting with Solecki, I like this kid a lot. He’s got a great ground game. He’s been absolutely dominant with it so far in the UFC with easy wins over Matt Wiman and Austin Hubbard. We haven’t seen his striking tested much, but he hasn’t needed it as his ground game has been lethal. In this matchup against Miller, it’s another fight that will likely hit the mat.
From what I have seen, Solecki is extremely strong in the top position, and I feel like if Miller can’t get him out of there in the first round, he will struggle the longer the fight goes on. I have a ton of respect for Miller. He’s been around forever and has beaten tons of amazing fighters, but we have seen the holes in his game. In his last fight against Vinc Pichel, he wasn’t able to get the submission and then ended up losing a decision. I feel like that’s what will happen in this fight. As long as Solecki can survive the first round, I think he rolls in this matchup. This is another passing-of-the-torch type of fight the UFC likes to book, and I like the prospect here.
I think people might scoff at the $9100 price on Solecki, but I don’t mind it. It’s actually a good price because of the new DFS rules that favor grapplers who hold top position. There is also a chance that he could submit Miller. I wouldn’t be surprised if he wins by rear-naked choke. While I can’t blame people for thinking Miller can pull this off given how many upset wins he’s had in the UFC historically, I really think Solecki is the real deal. I like what I have seen of him, and he will be part of a two-team parlay with a fighter from the next fight in the bet pack.
Pick: Joe Solecki
Mateusz Gamrot ($9200) vs. Scott Holtzman ($7000)
Two solid lightweights go at it when Mateusz Gamrot meets Scott Holtzman. Starting with Gamrot, I thought he won his last fight, but he lost a razor-thin split decision to Guram Kutateladze. Had he won that fight, Gamrot would be 18-0 right now, but as it stands, he’s 17-1. He’s an excellent fighter who was the KSW lightweight champion before joining the UFC. He’s good everywhere but excels in grappling, as he is a very good wrestler with submission skills on the mat. I also think he can hold his own in the striking. In this matchup, Gamrot has a one-inch reach advantage, a one-inch height advantage, and is seven years younger, as well
Holtzman is a solid veteran who has been a good fighter for many years in the UFC and is pretty well-rounded everywhere. I like how aggressive and physically strong he is. That being said, Holtzman is now 37 years old, and he is coming off of a brutal KO loss by spinning back fist to Beneil Dariush in his last fight. I feel like he is past his prime at this point. He’s on the downside of his career, and I don’t think he has what it takes to beat a young stud like Gamrot at this point of his career. I just think Gamrot is going to be a little sharper everywhere. At $9200, he’s a fighter I’m pretty confident gets the win, and he has DFS upside to his grappling. I am also betting on Gamrot as part of a two-team parlay with Joe Solecki.
Pick: Mateusz Gamrot
Norma Dumont ($9300) vs. Erin Blanchfield ($6900)
This women’s bantamweight bout between Norma Dumont and Erin Blanchfield should be interesting. It’s worth noting Blanchfield took this fight on short notice and up a weight class to get her shot in the UFC. As much as I like Blanchfield as a prospect, I am very worried about the size difference in this matchup. Dumont is a huge bantamweight with a three-inch height advantage in this fight. She is very physical and as we saw in her last showing against Ashlee Evans-Smith, she is extremely aggressive. I expect her to have a lot of success if this fight takes place in grappling exchanges, which is what I think will happen. I just think Dumont is going to be a lot bigger and stronger and be on top. And on the feet, I think she’s the better striker.
Given the fact Blanchfield is only 21, she will make serious improvements from fight to fight, so she is certainly a live dog in this spot. She’s a little pitbull when she gets her opponents to the mat as she looks to get into dominant positions and pummel them. She has also shown some sneaky power on the feet. But in general, I just think she’s going to be way too small for Dumont, and that’s why I can’t back Blanchfield in this spot. I think this girl will have a good career in the UFC but I don’t like this particular style matchup for her. Give me Dumont in this one, though the price tag is almost begging you to take a shot on Blanchfield as a dog.
Pick: Norma Dumont
WEIGH-IN UPDATE: Norma Dumont missed weight at 139lbs. This fight has been CANCELLED. But you can read my breakdown above.
Ignacio Bahamondes ($8900) vs. John Makdessi ($7300)
I’m excited for this lightweight bout between Ignacio Bahamondes and John Makdessi. Just 23 years old, Bahaomndes turned heads with an insane front kick KO on Dana White’s Contender Series. I wasn’t super familiar with him before that fight, but I am now. I like this kid a lot. He has a very bright future in the UFC, and his career is just getting started.
What I love about Bahamondes is how big he is for this division. He is absolutely massive at 6’3” and 155lbs, and in this matchup against Makdessi, he’s seven inches taller, has a seven-inch reach advantage, and he’s 12 years younger. He checks off all the boxes when it comes to the physical advantages, and he passes the eye test, too. I like the fact this kid is young and hungry and looking to get better. On his Instagram, he showed pictures from a recent training session he had with Khabib Nurmagomedov in Las Vegas. I like everything I see from Bahamondes.
Makdessi has been a quality fighter for a long time, but I think he’s on his way out the door. Makdessi is essentially a gatekeeper at this point of his career, and honestly, he hasn’t been doing a bad job of it. He’s 3-1 in his last four fights. He has made a career out of beating other mid-level fighters. He’s a good striker, and he has been underrated for his entire career. That being said, this is a bad matchup for him. Makdessi is way too small, and I feel like Bahamondes is going to dwarf him here. I also noticed that Makdessi is susceptible to kicks, and that’s one of Bahamondes’ specialties. It wouldn’t surprise me to see Bahamondes win via head kick KO.
I’m sold on Bahamondes being a legitimate prospect at 155lbs, and I believe he passes this test against Makdessi. At $8900, you are hoping for a finish, and I think there is a chance he can do it in this fight against an aging fighter in Makdessi. But even if he doesn’t get the finish, I just expect Bahamondes to overwhelm the veteran with volume and take home a clear decision. I would say Bahamondes is one of my stronger DFS picks this weekend. I also like him for a bet.
Pick: Ignacio Bahamondes
WEIGH-IN NOTE: Ignacio Bahamondes missed weight at 156.76lbs. I still like him to win.
Yorgan De Castro ($9400) vs. Jarjis Danho ($6800)
The heavyweights go at it when Yorgan de Castro faces Jarjis Danho. These are two fighters who I would generally try to fade against most opponents, which makes it a bit tricky now that they are fighting each other. De Castro is one of the biggest favorites on the card, and I do think he probably wins this fight, but I feel like this is a risky spot for him. It’s not like De Castro has been looking great in the UFC. He’s just 1-2 in the Octagon and was beaten easily by Greg Hardy and Carlos Felipe in his last two fights.
To me, De Castro has been disappointing after his performance on Dana White’s Contender Series, where he showed off brutal leg kicks. I hope we see those leg kicks again here against Danho. I just want to see De Castro let his hands go because he hasn’t lately. Hopefully, he can do that and score another Justin Tafa-like knockout.
Danho seems like a good matchup for De Castro on paper for a few reasons, the first one being that this guy hasn’t fought since 2016, five years ago. I don’t know where he’s been that whole time, and I’m shocked the UFC didn’t cut him from the roster.
Watching back his two fights in the UFC, they were both horrendous fights, and he looked terrible in both of them. He also showed a lot of quit, which is something that I hate seeing from a fighter. In his fight with Christian Colombo, he put his hand down at the same time his opponent threw a knee, looking for a way out and having that fight end in a majority draw. In his fight with Daniel Omielanczuk, he was punched in the groin and decided he couldn’t continue, which resulted in him losing a majority decision. This guy seems like a quitter, and I would want to have none of my money near him.
That being said, this is a heavyweight fight. So there is more variance than in the other divisions. De Castro seems like an easy pick at $9400, and I expect him to roll, but there is risk here given that Danho is a huge man with a lot of power. The fact he has been away for five years is such an X-factor because he might come back and look like a completely different fighter. But since we haven’t seen that, I can’t back him here. The pick is De Castro but tread cautiously.
Pick: Yorgan De Castro
Jack Shore ($8700) vs. Hunter Azure ($7500)
An intriguing bantamweight fight features top prospect Jack Shore against Hunter Azure. It’s worth noting that not only is Shore undefeated as a pro with a 13-0 record, but he also went 12-0 as an amateur. This is a blue-chip prospect at 135lbs, and he has looked fantastic so far in the UFC with submission wins over Nohelin Hernandez and Aaron Phillips. Just 26, Shore has the ability to get the fight to the ground in every fight, and once he’s down there, he is amazing at taking his opponents back and submitting them. Watching back his fights in Cage Warriors, it’s clear what his game plan is every fight: take his opponent to the ground and choke them out.
The interesting thing about this matchup is that Shore will be facing another grappler in Azure, who has shown to be a tough out in the UFC himself. Azure is just 29 years old and has more UFC experience than Shore, having wins over Brad Katona and Cole Smith and a loss to Brian Kelleher by knockout. Like Shore, Azure is also a primarily wrestling-based fighter, but he is also very aggressive on the feet. I would say he is probably a slightly better striker than Shore, so if Shore can’t get the takedown, it will be interesting to see what improvements he’s made on the feet. Most of the time, though, I feel like this is going to be a grappling-based fight that ends up on the ground. And if that’s the case, then I like Shore to be the one in the dominant positions.
I like Shore here. Azure isn’t an easy opponent by any means, but I do think he’s beatable. Shore is only a moderate favorite, and at $8700, I think it’s worth playing this weekend. Not only do I think Shore wins this fight, but I believe he can do so by submission. I also think there is value on Shore as a -160 favorite at the sportsbooks. You are betting on a young fighter who is basically 25-0 combined as a pro and amateur. That’s the kind of fighter that I want to back.
Pick: Jack Shore
Luis Saldana ($8600) vs. Jordan Griffin ($7600)
The featherweights go at it when Luis Saldana takes on Jordan Griffin. This is a low-level featherweight bout with a lot of variance, as I think it could go either way. That being said, I slightly favor Saldana because he has more momentum coming into this bout with four straight wins. He also had a fantastic showing on Dana White’s Contender Series when he knocked out Vince Murdock. The problem is, there just isn’t a lot of film on this guy. I watched as much as I could, but not every one of his recent fights was available, so you are really taking a guess if you are playing him in this spot. I do like the fact he trains with Henry Cejudo, and he looked good on the Contender Series, but overall I still have a lot of question marks about this guy.
Griffin is a guy who I like to fade, and based on his 2-3 record in the UFC, that’s generally paid off. That being said, I do think he’s a live dog here.
Griffin is the better grappler in this fight so, if he can get takedowns, he could potentially upset the apple cart. He’s also very aggressive, so it will be interesting to see if Saldana can keep Griffin off of him. I think Griffin can make this fight competitive, but ultimately I do think Saldana’s striking should be good enough to get the job done. I’m just not really willing to pay this $8600 price tag, and I almost feel like Saldana is someone to avoid in general on this card. I’d rather take a shot on Griffin at $7600 because if he can win this fight, he might be able to do so with grappling, which means lots of fantasy points.
Pick: Luis Saldana
Da-Un Jung ($8400) vs. William Knight ($7800)
This light heavyweight bout between Da-Un Jung and Willliam Knight should be a banger. It’s worth noting that Knight was pulled from a fight against Alonzo Menifield two weeks ago due to COVID-19 after Jung’s original opponent fell off. I actually liked Knight in the fight against Menifield, but I actually like Jung in this one. It’s just a completely different matchup, and MMA is truly all about the style matchups.
In this fight, we have a striker in Jung against mostly a grappler in Knight, and I like the striker in this particular fight. Jung has looked good to me in the UFC so far. He knocked out Mike Rodriguez, he choked out Khadis Ibragimov, and he drew with Sam Alvey. The Alvey fight is what is freaking everyone out and why this line is so close. But that was a different fight against a striker in Alvey. Knight is mostly a grappler, and going back and watching Jung’s entire career, he is actually a very good grappler and underrated at it.
Knight showed against Aleksa Camur in his UFC debut that he has good wrestling and cardio, but so does Jung. The biggest difference in this fight is the striking, where I believe Jung has a huge edge in striking technique and punching power. It is worth pointing out that Jung has several physical advantages in this fight, including being six inches taller, having a five-inch reach advantage, and being five years younger. Those are all key advantages in this matchup against Knight, who I believe is fighting up a weight class. I would like to see if Knight could make 185lbs because I really feel like he’s going to struggle with a huge light heavyweight like Jung, who is big, strong, and who hasn’t lost in his last 13 fights spanning the last five years.
I’m rolling with Jung in this one. I like Knight as a fighter, but I just think this is a favorable matchup for Jung. He will be able to match Knight in the grappling and cardio departments, and I see him having the advantage in the striking. At $8400, Jung is someone I have a lot of interest in from a fantasy perspective as I believe he has the chance to get a finish in this fight. Either way, I like him, and I will also be placing a bet on him at -140 odds.
Pick: Da-Un Jung
Impa Kasanganay ($9500) vs. Sasha Palatnikov ($6700)
Kicking off the card is an excellent welterweight bout between Impa Kasanganay and Sasha Palatnikov. I’m very high on both of these young fighters, and I’m curious to see who wins this fight. Starting with Kasanganay, it’s worth pointing out he is dropping to 170lbs for this fight. He hasn’t fought since getting knocked out by Joaquin Buckley in shocking fashion last fall, but he’s done all the right things to fix things. I love the fact he moved to Sanford MMA. That is a team of winners, let me tell you. It almost feels like betting on fighters from that gym (i.e. Marc-Andre Barriault, Omar Morales, Jason Jackson) is an auto-win at this point. The training staff and the fighters at the gym are producing savages, and Kasanganay will hopefully unlock his potential by training there. He’s a good prospect, and this is a good move for him.
Kasanganay is well-rounded everywhere, but he stands out to me in the grappling department. After getting knocked out in his last fight, I’m hoping he chooses to grapple here instead and save himself the trouble of suffering another KO loss. He won’t want that to happen against Palatnikov, who has hammers for hands. In Palatnikov’s UFC debut, he was a +450 betting underdog and pulled off a massive upset when he finished Louis Cosce with strikes in the third round. He showed incredible toughness, durability, and cardio in that fight, and I like the fact that he has committed himself to the sport by training full-time at Syndicate in Las Vegas. After seeing what Palatnikov did to Cosce, I don’t think we should be totally counting him out here.
I watched both guys’ entire careers in preparation for this article, including their fights before the UFC. To me, Palatnikov shows some gaping holes in both his striking defense and in his takedown defense, while Kasanganay seems like a much more solid fighter. That being said, the fact he’s dropping down to 170lbs for the first time and facing a KO artist coming off of a brutal KO loss gives me serious pause. I’m going to pick Kasanganay, but it’s a hesitant pick. I don’t really like him at $9500 given that marks him as one of the biggest favorites on the card. Instead, I’m looking at Palatnikov at $6700, as I think he can make this somewhat competitive.
Pick: Impa Kasanganay
MVPs: Joe Solecki ($9100), Ignacio Bahamondes ($8900), Jack Shore ($8700), Da-Un Jung ($8400)
Live Dogs: Mackenzie Dern ($7900), Jordan Griffin ($7600), Kevin Holland ($6600)
Avoid: Impa Kasanganay ($9500), Luis Saldana ($8600), Hunter Azure ($7500)
Julian Marquez 1.85 to win 1
Jack Shore 1.75 to win 1
Ignacio Bahamondes 1.94 to win 1
Daniel Rodriguez 1.42 to win 1
Da-Un Jung 1.23 to win 1
Mackenzie Dern 1 to win 1.1
Parlay: Joe Solecki/Mateusz Gamrot 1 to win 1.01
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