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March Madness Odds & Tips For Protecting Sweet 16 Profit

Written by:
Payton
Published on:
Mar/22/2018

The first two rounds of the NCAA Men’s College Basketball Tournament are in the books. Right now, sports bettors can wager on 16 different teams to win the 2018 College Basketball National Championship.

That’s quite a few options with various odds that online bookie agents must pay attention to. Pay per head agents can keep track of all the action with PayPerHead’s Prime Package, on now for 50% off.

Keep reading for the teams and odds along with what agents should do to protect Sweet 16 future book profits.

2018 NCAA Men’s College Basketball Tournament Sweet 16

Duke +325

Villanova +450

Kentucky +700

Michigan +800

Kansas +850

West Virginia +1600

Purdue +1600

Texas Tech +2200

Texas A&M +2500

Clemson +2500

Nevada +2500

Kansas State +2800

Florida State +4000

Loyola-Chicago +5000

Syracuse +6600

 

So far, the bettors have decided that among the 16 teams left in the 2018 NCAA Men’s College Basketball Tournament, only two should win the tourney.

Duke or Villanova?

Duke and Villanova are the only two teams offering odds less than +500. Duke and Villanova belong in their own category.

Pay per head agents should allow more money to go on Duke and Villanova than they allow on any of the other 14 teams in the Sweet 16.

The reason why is because Duke or Villanova will lose before the 2018 College Basketball National Championship Game.

Duke is in the Midwest Region. Villanova is in the East Region.

The winner of the Midwest Region plays the winner of the East Region in one Final Four Semifinal. That means Duke or Villanova is a loser bet to win the championship before the National Championship Game.

The 14 Other Contenders

The other contenders, Kentucky, Michigan, and Kansas, should be taken seriously to upset either Duke or Villanova to win the National Championship.

Kentucky has the easiest road to the Final Four Championship.

The reason is because Kentucky, should they beat Kansas State, must face either Loyola-Chicago or Nevada to make it to the Final Four. Once there, the Wildcats could be very difficult to stop.

Pay per head agent should make sure tight max betting limits are on the Kentucky Wildcats to win the College Basketball National Championship.

What should online bookie agents do about the other teams in the Sweet 16? It depends. Risk averse bookies should set max betting limits on all teams to win the National Championship.

Those bookmakers that aren’t afraid of risk might want to encourage future book betting on Loyola-Chicago, Syracuse, and Florida State.

Doing so could lead to massive profit because the chances of any one of those teams winning the NCAA College Basketball Tournament are higher than the listed odds.

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