Thursday College Basketball Predictions: Profitable Pick for Every Pac-12 Game, Including Oregon vs. Arizona State (Feb. 17)
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There are six games on the college basketball docket tonight that fit a historically profitable betting system.
The algorithm encompasses every Pac-12 game that is scheduled to play tonight, though the betting system is not exclusive to that particular conference.
These college basketball contests fit a proprietary PRO algorithm that has a 10% return on investment (ROI) since 2005. Of course, anything above 0% is an ROI win. Any ROI above 8% beats the stock market’s average annual return.
For reference, Bitcoin is down about 20% since exactly a year ago today.
Since 2005, if you had wagered $100 per game on the roughly 50 college basketball games per year that have fit this algorithm, you’d be up more than $7,200.
That’s about $450 per year, good for a solid 57% win rate over a lengthy sample size. For reference, a success rate of 52.5% is enough to turn a profit.
The six Pac-12 games on Thursday night that fit the system include:
- Oregon State vs. Arizona (7:30 p.m. ET)
- Oregon vs. Arizona State (9 p.m. ET)
- Colorado vs. Cal Berkeley (9:30 p.m. ET)
- Utah vs. Stanford (11 p.m. ET)
- Washington State vs. UCLA (11 p.m. ET)
- Washington vs. USC (11:30 p.m. ET)
Read further to find out more about this PRO system, the theory behind it and how to incorporate it for tonight’s college basketball slate.