Team total points odd/even strategy

Team total points odd/even strategy

The chances that the points scored by a team at a game to be odd or even are just like the chances of tail and head to come out when we flip the coin, meaning 50%. Notably in sports as basketball the points happen multiple at a time and also at which the scores are high. It’s just a game of numbers.
If we all know and we knoe that the real probability for each outcome is 50 percent we can use the laws of binomial distribution to estimate the odds of events to happen in trials.
What I mean is that if a team has 6 consecutive odd points that are complete, the odds that the 7th match the points scored to be odd are 0.062, 62 out of 1000. More if a group has 7 consecutive odd total points that the chances to get in the 8th are 0.035, 35 from 1000. The probability doesn’t become 0 or 9 consecutive odds but they’re getting more closer to 0. At 35/1000, there are chances to replicate, but only 35 at 1000 trilas.
The principal point is that Dallas Mavericks have 6 successive odd total points so if we bet total points for Dallas the chances to lose the wager are 6.2percent and Phoenix Suns have seven successive odd totals so if we will score tonight that a complete even the chances to lose are 3.5%.
I didn’t earn any backtesting but it’s pure mathematics so I’ll take them as two good bets.

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