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Our Super Computer is Cleaning up in the Stanley Cup Playoffs

In a sport like hockey, where variance is extremely high and results are difficult to predict, finding a model to make picks for you with none of your own biases is absolutely imperative to a healthy bottom line for bettors. Well, look no further.

Our super computer has been making moneyline selections throughout the playoffs and after Monday night’s game between the Capitals and Penguins, the computer’s straight-up record is 31-20-2 (60.1 percent).

Note: those two ties in the record are from the computer predicting that a game would go to overtime and one of them actually did.

Not bad, my robotic friend, not bad at all. The most impressive point to take away from the computer’s record is that moneyline underdogs have been absolutely killing it during the NHL postseason to the tune of a 33-21 SU record and the computer has been picking dogs to win at an incredible rate. If you’ve been blindly betting $100 on the computer’s picks, factoring for juice, you’d be up $1155.80 after just 53 games in Lord Stanley’s playoffs.

This isn’t an anomaly either. Over the course of the last 100 NHL games, the computer has an SU record of 60-38-2 with a profit of $1556 based on closing lines.

Hockey has proved to be one of our computer’s best sports in terms of picking straight-up winners so you may want to hop over the boards and join us on the rush as we storm books like Connor McDavid on a breakaway.

Check out the computer’s picks for tonight’s games here.
 

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