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JMU vs. Virginia, UNCG vs. Arkansas Fits Algorithm Aligned With 25 College Basketball Games Per Season

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Two college basketball games on Tuesday night fit a historically profitable algorithm that has returned 11% on investment since 2005.

UNCG vs. Arkansas (7 p.m. ET) and JMU vs. Virginia (8 p.m. ET) fit the betting system, which only aligns with about 25 college basketball games per season.

The algorithm has gone 253-189-8 (57%) since 2005. $500-per-game bettors would have profited nearly $25,000 over that time frame.

That’s an annualized 11% return on investment (ROI) over a very lengthy timeframe.

Some of the algorithm’s factors include the rankings of the teams, how the teams have played so far this season, ATS win percentages and more.

We don’t recommend using this betting algorithm 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.

JMU vs. Virginia, UNCG vs. Arkansas Fits Algorithm That Picks Just 25 Times Per Season