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March Madness Betting 2019 NCAA Tournament Odds
As we dive deeper into the New Year, figuring out how to take full advantage of this year’s March Madness betting season will make its way to the forefront of bettors’ minds.
From the First Four to the Final Four, the 2019 NCAA Tournament is filled to the brim with potential betting opportunities. Naturally, knowing the current NCAA landscape can help sportsbook players figure out how to maximize this year’s action. So, with that in mind, let’s take a gander at what NCAA bookmakers have to say about this year’s bet college basketball tournament lines. Afterwards, we’ll break down the best approach to take when betting on March Madness.
2019 March Madness Betting Odds (2018-19 NCAA Men’s Tourney)
Unsurprisingly, March Madness betting sportsbooks are currently pegging the Duke Blue Devils as the favorite. But considering that we’ve already seen Duke fall to a handful of unranked opponents, should bettors confidently back the Blue Devils? It seems unlikely, especially given the kind of odds available on other contenders.
On the other hand, bettors can rack up a nicer payout by backing North Carolina. As bettors will recall, the Tar Heels won the whole show last season and could do so once again. However, like the Blue Devils, UNC has already suffered some questionable losses. Granted, most of North Carolina’s losses were to ranked opponents, but not all of them.
Ultimately, when betting on March Madness, bettors should know which types of bets are the best to place. In the end, the types of bets players should make boils down to when these bets are placed.
When players get ready to bet March Madness, judging the tournament landscape will be key. This means getting to know team’s trends against the spread or totals lines, getting a feel for each contender’s momentum, and knowing which teams have potential, exploitable weaknesses. If you can get a good grasp on this, you should have no problem betting on March Madness this season.