As bettors we tend to overcomplicate things, I think. Theres merit in maintaining it as simple as possible. That said, I took a very simple approach and tried to ascertain what would happen if we were to bet on each underdog of every championship. I looked at near 1200 games and I did not bet on matches were the chances were even or where there was not a underdog with favorable odds. Out of 15 Women’s tournaments should you bet 10 dollars on every underdog you’d be up 1288 after those tournaments. Out of 35 men’s tournaments you’d be up 3730. I want to return over the outcomes that are mens because I wrote a lot of them on notecards and some are chicken scratch. So some numbers are away but I often consider at maximum its a -10percent gross. In any case, the bit of research did concluded that gambling on all underdogs in each tournament could yield %. When most bettors arent satisfied with this type of yield I personally would be satisfied with a guaranteed way to make money. This system certainly isn’t ideal and ill need to go over again and analyze more tourneys then place all the men’s matches in a spreadsheet like I did to the women but I believe stringent adherence to my view will yield positive results in the long run. What are your guys thoughts? Anyone have any experience? Additionally, for what its worth I tracked 4 months of Nfl from 2014 and you would also be positive if you went with the most underdog strat. Certainly 4 weeks doesn’t imply anything but I think its worth studying. Thank you for looking.
Edit: ok I calculated 30 more tourneys. I took the results in 2012 and 2013 and chose at 15 tourneys. You would wind up 1125, Should you bet on every underdog in these tourneys during 2012. If you wager 10 on every underdog in 2013 you’ll be up 995.3 throughout this interval.