RESEARCHING THE COLLEGE HOOPS CHEATSHEET AND RESULTS:
One of the best ways to get better sports betting is researching and finding out what works and what doesn't work. I took the time this morning to go through all the College Hoops highlighted games from yesterday and was suprised with the results. Here is what they look like:
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25-12 (68%) for all highlighted plays. (7-5 SIDES & 18-7 SIDES)
I had to break the sheet down into 4 sections and the circles are the WINS and the X is the losses. I made some notes for each section below the screen shot. Look it over and learn the process!
Nothing noticable above this section ended up going 3-4 on the highlighted plays. I thought the 4 and 5 point range might be fades but overall they ended up 7-3 on the 4.0-4.5 and 5-5 on the 5.0-5.5.
This section was 9-4 for a great run of plays. What I have noticed is the games with a large difference in power rankings such as the circled NAVY / West VA game the POWER MODEL is the ONLY one to follow. #26 vs. #182 is a large enough difference to look at the POWER MODEL that adds an extra factor to the gap between the teams. The POWER MODEL almost nailed the perfect score as the final was 85-64 and we had it projected at 83-64.
This section was 3-3. Manhattan is another game with the large power ranking difference of #76 vs. #299 and while the consensus had it at a 13 point game the power model had it right at the spread so that would of been a FADE play that you need to recognize.
Final section was absolute FIRE with a 10-1 record putting us at 25-12 for the entire night if you played all the highlighted plays blindly. One of the notable losses was the Missouri State game and there is a 100+ spot difference in the power rankings and POWER model had the spread getting covered so that could of been a fade.
Hope this helps!