In life there are times when you know the actions you are taking will inevitably end in some form of crushing sadness. Popular choices today include investing in cryptocurrency, marriage, and of course the time-honored spring tradition of betting on March Madness.
It’s the time of year when after spending 3 days handicapping the field, you lose to Susan from accounting in the office bracket pool because she picked the teams from cities that she’d “like to visit the most“. It’s the time of year when your wife picks all the #1’s and then brags “They’re #1 seeds for a reason” while you furiously show her the kenpom.com rankings like some nerd who has been told that black holes don’t exist, or that President Trump is good for the environment.
Then there is the actual gambling. My favorite thing to do when making NCAAB betting picks is hitting “confirm” on the wager – it’s a great feeling knowing you got the best number and the much sought after Closing Line Value, when you know damn well that you’re only going to watch your edge burn up against a 13-0 run in the last 2 minutes. Did I mention how much teams love to foul down double digits?
Anyway, I don’t want to ruin the surprise for any of you rookie gamblers – just click below to buy now and trust us that you’ll be crying in no time.
How to Bet on NCAA Basketball
Many people ask us how to be successful when gambling on sports and especially in regards to NCAA basketball which always seems to surprise the “experts” every year. We like to tell them, “it’s all in the preparation”. Important well-thought out plans like secret bank accounts, extra vacation days, and having a good spot to cry away from the prying eyes of your friends and family are a decent start.
I remember a time when I didn’t follow that last rule, and had bet on Utah +5.5 vs Duke in the 2015 Regional Semifinal. Many may remember the crushing sadness that occurred when both teams had to be brought back from the locker rooms so that Quinn Cook could make a time expired free throw to give Duke a 6 point win.
Losing a wager is one thing, but having to explain to your missus why you’ve just thrown yourself onto the floor of your living room while you roll around and moan uncontrollably…I mean…it’s just terrible. Believe me when I tell you that I wish I had of been watching on my basement TV – and when I tried to explain to her that at least I had broken even with the props wagers, she immediately knew that was a crock of shite.
They don’t call it “March Sadness” because your Alma Mater got relegated to the NIT, they call it that because you’re going to bust your bankroll…and perhaps even your television.
Where to Bet on NCAA Basketball
All joking aside, while there are sometimes numerous instances of sadness when you gamble on college basketball, for the most part it’s a fun experience that will allow you to escape from the usual boredom of work and family. There are lots of places online where you can bet real money on NCAA basketball and receive cash if you win.
Sadly because of some meddling “regulations” and “governments” in countries like the U.S.A. you have to use that creative ingenuity that built a great land that could host a tournament of 68(?) teams in order to be able to wager on them. After all, if not for gambling, they’d probably just rotate the Championship between Duke, Kansas, and North Carolina while throwing the Syracuses, Villanovas, and UCONN’s of the world a bone because it’s truly amazing that they can get anyone to play in the frozen wasteland that is the North East United States, (it’s OK, I live in Canada, I can make fun of the cold).
If you “know a guy” you can get your action down locally, but if not, you already know that we have the best list of recommended sportsbooks that are sure to satisfy all of your gambling needs. We’ve probably placed a wager at every book in the business so you can believe that we know who’s good and who to stay away from.
Bet on March Madness
I assume at this point you must be wondering what all the noise is about regarding our March Madness Betting Prowess and why Twitter didn’t allow me to retire in peace after the 2017 NFL season, (spoiler alert, it’s because we went over 57% on around 1,500 individual picks). You see, our patented gambling system is based on realistic expectations, experience, and a little bit of science. This isn’t our first rodeo.
Most of you are going to be shocked when I tell you that we had an unheard of 60+% winning percentage during the 2015 Final Four Tournament. Truth be told, it’s actually much higher than this because we experienced a jaw dropping 78% run during the aforementioned 2015 tournament.
It’s actually not that shocking when you consider that it’s the only time during the NCAA season that most sportsbooks will post player props on the games. Not to mention, when you realize our props sheet is so very much stronger than any of the books that dare to take this sort of action.
Why is it so good?
You know that nerd that screeched about Trump and science and black holes? He’s also great at analyzing college basketball and has developed one hell of a system for predicting player performance during March Madness. The fact that most of these teams have no history makes player proposition wagers ripe for the picking during the tournament if you can accurately assess… REDACTED.
Well, our guy can asses these things. Incredibly well. So well in fact, that we can spend an entire article making fun of ourselves when we are supposed to be selling this ground breaking college basketball betting system. Oooops.
Anyway, you can see how we did in 2017 by checking out our twitter feed. We’re gamblers, not marketers.
This year we’ve decided to let you all come to the party for the stupidly low price of $69, which is probably about $200 too low. However, since we’ve never professionally touted NCAAB to the public before, we thought we’d give you all a break. Don’t worry, after we smash the books this spring we’ll really jack up the price next year…if we even bother selling them again. We might be too busy dining on the yacht. Get in on this year while you can.
That was fun…maybe we’ll do it again next year…