Risking Tourney’s NCAA Unit

The following are for entertainment purposes only and are not inducements for betting.

Ha ha. Wow, sorry, I can’t get it out with a straight face.

Now we get that crap, to borrow a word from my friend Al, here’s a little caper we want to pull in which is a way to make money from NCAA tournament matches – if you have a strong stomach, decent bankroll – and of course if you live where sports betting is legal, otherwise Bob Goodlatte won’t approve and we don’t want to disappoint the man, that’s for sure Slot Online Terpercaya.

The whole premise is based on the fact that seeded 6-11 will not win the entire tournament. This has happened exactly twice since the NCAA Tournament developed into 64 teams in 1985, Villanova won as seeded 8 in 1985, and Kansas won as seeded 6 in 1988. Yes, it really could happen and we could get burned, but I will take a 91% chance that does not. Gambling is about opportunity, and with that opportunity I think it’s a risk that you have to take.

So, after putting that information in, you will bet against every seed 6-11 to lose (you bet with the money line here). Because everyone is eliminated, you get your “unit” or how much you want to win per team. If a team wins the first round match, in the second half, you bet enough to cover the first round defeat, plus your “units”. The problem is, it can be expensive if the team starts getting upset. Eventually you will win it back, but until you do, it can be stressful. I need to emphasize here that because you play money-line, the amount you raise can add up quickly, before you jump and decide you will do the whole tournament, you need to understand that even playing very little at $ 10 a unit, you can easily have $ 800-plus goes up in round two. Do math homework or follow this column until this year and get ready for next year. If you don’t have the stomach or money for the whole tournament, you can choose one or two regions only. For our purposes here this year, we will set an example and follow up on the results of using the East and West regions and play a $ 10 “unit.” The idea here is that we will profit 12 “units” when all is said and done.

We chose the East and West regions because we felt they had the 1-2 strongest seeds (NC-Georgetown and Kansas-UCLA). You will immediately have 6 “units” after the first round because 6-11 seeds compete against each other, and you bet on both sides of the game. (additional note – if you are wondering why you did not pass the first round match, then double the 6-11 seed in the second half – you can do it, depending on the line and disappointment in the first half, the amount of the bet in the second half will be very close to the way which is just as good as you do it to get your 12 units – can be more or less, but then you have no action in the first round and what fun is that? – You are, after all, rooting against interference in the first round so less you have to go up in the last round second).

In our region where hopefully the 1-2 seedlings come, the idea is that at least 5 of the 6 teams in each region will disappear after the first weekend. If Pitt and Wash St. can hold 6-11 winners, it is likely that we collected all 12 units by the first weekend, but we will not count on that happening, it will be too easy and we all know the words “gambling” and “money easy “usually does not work well.

For the opening round, the Indiana Line is -1.5 and no money line is offered so in this case we have to “buy points” as an option so that it produces the equivalent of the -140 line.

After the first round ends, we have our 6 units, now the fun part comes to get another 6. When you know your “required amount” round, this number covers the amount lost to the team in the first round. , plus our $ 10 unit. Because Duke went at -270 and lost, it really affected the money that went up in round two. If Duke wins, we will only have about $ 30 going up on that track instead of 122. (we only need 15 instead of 37, and the money line number will be an average of -200 not -330).

If you want to create your own spreadsheet to do this, you can automatically calculate the “total bet” column using the following formula: = IF (L6> 0, ABS (100 * M6 / L6), ABS (L6 * M6 / 100)) where L6 = money line and M6 = amount needed.

After the second round, we began to see good results. We are in financially positive territory, we have

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