Harvard vs. Kansas College Basketball Odds, Prediction: The 13% ROI Pick Since 2005
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Harvard vs. Kansas Odds, Prediction
|Date||Thursday, Dec. 22|
|Time||7 p.m. ET|
*Odds via FanDuel as of Thursday morning
The betting algorithm fits only about 25 college basketball games per season. Besides the top-15 team parameters, there are five other metrics that the algorithm considers to pick a game.
Among them include previous game margins, ATS records and more.
The algorithm has gone 242-173-7 (58% win rate) since 2005. That’s, as aforementioned, a 13% return on investment over a lengthy timeframe.
$500 per game bettors would be up roughly $27,500 if they bet on every game that has fit this system.
We don’t recommend using these algorithms as an alternative to investing — variance is much less forgiving in sports gambling compared to the financial markets — but similar principles apply in regard to profits over a long-time horizon.
Kansas vs. Harvard: The 13% ROI Betting System
The betting system targets top-15 teams at home that have done well against the spread.