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Hey all,

I am trying to get ready for the NCAAB season. I think there is way too much parity in the NFL and that there is more money to be made in college basketball.

Does anyone have any good ideas for NCAAB systems? I was thinking about looking at specific teams/coaches/trends. Any thoughts on this?

Happy betting!

asked 20 Oct '13, 21:53

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Not sure if you are utilizing Bet Labs or not, but if you are you can look at this system. Some of it comes down to what you think are good and valid criteria to build a system. I personally like Win % of the team and the opponent and all ATS criteria especially streaks and margins. I think you can build some powerful systems within those across most sports.


answered 20 Oct '13, 22:44

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edited 30 Oct '13, 23:29

I am utilizing Bet Labs and this certainly looks like a great system. I prefer betting ML personally, but I appreciate your insight. Thanks a lot! Do you usually look for ATS systems as opposed to ML systems?

(20 Oct '13, 22:52) quantum thought

like it might try to tweak a bit thanks for your work .I will keep you posted.


answered 22 Oct '13, 18:32

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I mean, Best Bets last year for NCAAB was +38 units, and has been profitable 5 of the last 6 years (Average: +5.78 unit/year) . I will be leveraging that as well as 5Dimes steam moves were +34 units and profitable over the last 6 years (Average: +17.32 unit/year)


answered 28 Oct '13, 16:02

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