The below table shows computer-calculated picks that are based on the last 100 matches of the college basketball season. Are you somewhat confused by the table? Well, don’t stress as our team configured a few key terms that will help you to interpret and better utilize the computer picks.
|Last 100||To Win||ATS||Total O/U|
|$ Units (Opening)||$73||-$64||-$238|
|$ Units (Closing)||$141||-$355||-$636|
|Record (Opening)||67 – 33||52 – 48||50 – 48 – 2|
|Record (Closing)||67 – 33||50 – 49 – 1||48 – 50 – 2|
$ Of Components Opening/Closing
A computer-generated opening/closing line calculates the last 100 college picks based on a player placing $100 on every game. “To Win” shows any straight-up or money line wagers that the bettor wins. “ATS” represent the record that is based on bets placed against the spread. “Total O/U” displays the record for both over and under picks.
The first stake is labelled “To Win,” the second “ATS” and the third one “Total O/U.” “To Win” signifies the record that is based on a straight money line stake. “ATS” shows the record that is based on stakes placed against the spread. “Total O/U” signifies the amount that is won on over or under bets.
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