Oh, baby, March Madness is finally here. After a smashing success of a Selection Sunday, the NCAA Tournament brackets are ready to be filled out and you are probably looking for some advice to guide you in your braketology journey.
And, as always, BetQL is here to help. Throughout the tournament, BetQL will have star-rated best bets and trends for each and every game to steer you in the right direction. And here is some advice on how to take advantage of BetQL as your not-so-secret weapon for March Madness. Also, click below to sign up for a BetQL Day Pass!
As you fill out your bracket, take a look at the odds and game pages for which teams the model picks and the trends that sway BetQL in that direction. All the info you need is there, trust me.
In the first round, for instance, pay close attention to which teams the model likes on the moneyline, because it has had quite a bit of success when it comes to those bets lately. In the past seven days, the BetQL model has gone 142-55 (72%) on all college hoops moneyline picks for a total return of $826 on $100 bets. And in the past 14 days, the model has gone 375-128 (75%) picking college basketball winners for a total return of (buckle up) $2,325 on $100 bets!
So, pay close attention to the BetQL model's moneyline picks, especially the valuable 5-star ones, and beware of the 1-star picks with less value when you're filling out your bracket.
I, of course, have filled out my bracket and I have picked (drumroll) Providence to win it all against Kentucky in the national championship. Something I kept in mind, and you should too, as I picked Kentucky often this season, is that the BetQL model has gone 48-29 ATS all-time in Kentucky games (64.3%, +$1,471 on $100 bets) and 45-29 (60.8%, +$1,175 on $100 bets) all-time on Kentucky O/U wagers.
When I was making this spectacular, bust-proof bracket I looked closely at BetQL's moneyline picks and I filled this bracket out in ink so I trust these BetQL bets. I have North Carolina beating out Marquette in the first round, as BetQL also likes them to win and has them as a ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ pick on the moneyline. And I picked UConn to beat New Mexico State, which I was all-in on from the start, but I checked the BetQL game page before officially making my pick.
I felt as secure as a weighted blanket picking UConn after seeing BetQL's pick on their moneyline and the trend the model found that Dan Hurley is 115-34 SU as a favorite over his career. I also picked Michigan to beat Colorado State, as BetQL did, too. I also saw the trend that Michigan is 8-1 SU coming off a loss against a conference rival over the last two years and -- bada bing, bada boom -- I jotted that down on my bracket.
As you put your blood, sweat and tears in your bracket, my advice would be to check out BetQL's picks and data to make the process a whole lot easier. You can bet BetQL has your back when it comes to your bracket.
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