Wednesday College Basketball Predictions: Profitable Picks for 7 Games, Including Duke vs. Virginia (Feb. 23)
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- There are seven games on Wednesday's college basketball slate that jibe with a historically profitable betting system.
- Two of the biggest games on the schedule that fit this angle are Duke vs. Virginia and LSU vs. Kentucky.
- We break it all down below and unveils the top plays below.
There are seven games on Wednesday’s college basketball slate that jibe with a historically profitable betting system.
These seven games fit a proprietary PRO algorithm that has an 11% return on investment (ROI) since 2005. That’s a solid 57% win rate over a lengthy sample size. For reference, a success rate of 52.5% is enough to turn a profit.
And of course, anything above 0% is an ROI win. Any ROI above 8% beats the stock market’s average annual return.
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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 roughly $450 per year.
The seven games that encompass the algorithm are:
- Duke vs. Virginia (7 p.m. ET)
- Wake Forest vs. Clemson (7 p.m. ET)
- Xavier vs. Providence (7 p.m. ET)
- West Virginia vs. Iowa State (7 p.m. ET)
- LSU vs. Kentucky (9 p.m. ET)
- Wisconsin vs. Minnesota (9 p.m. ET)
- Virginia Tech vs. Georgia Tech (9 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.