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If you are right then you make yourself a winner. But if you are wrong, the odds of you getting that particular result in a fixed number of places are far less likely. You win if you correctly predict the result and the line in your match. On the flip side you would lose if you predict a draw in a fixed number of places.

Favourite for the Super Bowl?

You have all the data, the history, the trends, and statistical probability on your side, but you cannot feel confident until it is all in.

Where the betting sites really lose you is the ‘edge’. In a straight 1 v 1 match you are always going to be heavily out-bet. But when we move to betting pools, as long as you can predict the result then the oddsmakers will increase your odds to compensate. But this will typically still be going to the favourites.

If you are right then you make yourself a winner. But if you are wrong, the odds of you getting that particular result in a fixed number of places are far less likely to come to fruition.

It’s time to go to the Black Box.

The imaginary betting house is the key to all this. It can be whatever your imagination can come up with. Put it in a field in the back of your garage and nobody else will ever see it. At worst your guests will think it’s the shed out the back. The beauty of the Black Box is that it’s completely private, almost invisible, and completely safe.

The Black Box is a collection of methods and variables, something that you build up through experience. It’s like the pool in that it contains many variables, but in the case of the Black Box they are instead variables such as all the Patriots players ages, the age of the last Patriots Super Bowl starting quarterback, and how many losing Super Bowl teams had the lead in the fourth quarter and were unable to win.

You make a bet. You call it the the Super Bowl. So far you have made two in less than a day. They are called the Packers Vs Cowboys.

These are three of the biggest bets in the whole pool. If you are right they are some of the best bets you can make. If you are wrong then you still win. And the house gets paid.

But these bets aren’t what people like me make our money with. The money is made when you accurately predict the actual result. If you correctly predict the result of the Super Bowl in the nine ways above you are paid $600,000.

This is a good year to be a betting fan. I’m betting there will be a total of at least 5 predictions for the actual result, and no less than 7.

But is it still worth taking on this challenge?

There are many factors that factor into your success as a Super Bowl Predictions Challenge Winner.

Are you lucky with the sports lines? These are simply a guide to how much you stand to win in relation to the odds. Not a rulebook for when to go to the Black Box.

Do you really believe that you have the data, the history, the trends and statistical probability to be right every time? That you can handle this responsibility?

Do you really think that you can place a $600,000 wager in just 9 ways?