Friday, June 3, 2011

NCAA Tournament Pools

Bracket Strategies for the Basketball Season ‘08











There are a lot of predictions to get through the



trend of picking the right 16 teams to fill out the



brackets. Okay. Make a wild educated guess. Pick one



team. Any team. Make sure that it will come out after



March Madness ends. Can you do that? Of course you



can!







That is, if you make every decision a very precise



one. You can’t keep on trusting your instincts or toss



a coin and depend your answer on that. Well, science



was based on theories but they have allotted so much



time digging into those researches before constructing



an elaborate definition of one word that can still be



objected in due time. This can also be applied to NCAA



basketball.







So here’s the deal. You want to take home the big



bucks. And you have a really good team at the end of



your bracket. Question is, are those teams ideal? As a



lot of people say, wagers made for the sake of



entertainment are most likely illegal. And yet, who’s



talking? Think about that and reflect on these



strategies.







Think Before They Do







Go against time. Better yet, think as they would then



counter on it. Before the games begin, you have to



have a clear idea what will happen if you have chosen



the seeds who were appropriate enough to battle out



with the weaker ones. It is definitely a good choice



to make the good seeds go first just to settle the



odds. That would be a good move, and is definitely the



right decision because most people would think about



that kind of method.







But if you could’ve played it like a chess player



would, that might be the solution. Pick certain



upsets. Be sure these upsets won’t destroy the bracket



if guesses were wrong. In this manner, you are not



risking so much for so little.







Tournament pools are most likely to award points, with



every round, those points increases. From 2, you could



gain 16 every round once your bracket reached the



elite eight. If the following rounds are equivalent to



more points, you can accumulate them by trying to



maintain a team playing in the following weeks.







Know Your Opponent







You are not competing against the basketball team



themselves. It’s that accountant on 10th floor that



you made a deal with you have to look forward to. Know



what team he would prefer. This will enable you to



maximize chances of being one step ahead. Scouting the



opposition is not a bad idea.







Base on the History







If a particular team had been seeded to be in the



number one seed, there could’ve been a very good



reason why the top seeds remain on top. Look on the



brighter side; you have more chances of winning than



losing.







Note one more thing: luck would be on your side if you



have figured out the teams who have dominated the



enormous conferences.







Be confident and less intimidated







Being intimidated is a big downfall on your part. So



what if your opponent keeps on claiming that he knows



his team inside and out? People who have such a very,



very high level of self-confidence tends to over think



the situation thus not considering what problems may



come at hand.







Yes, be confident but not overconfident. Even though



you have known the team you have included in your



bracket, and even if you know how strong your team is



going, you never have to underestimate the bets of



your opponent. Do not be the person that was just



described above.

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