William Hill Odds to Win 2019 Big Dance Regions

March Madness Futures are a heck of a lot more fun to bet than they are predictable. And just when you believe you have an edge on a specific team or player the morning sun once rises and alerts you to what can be forecast. And in the world of sports, college basketball, you are once again introduces to the Mad March Beast. William Hill Odds to Win 2019 Big Dance Regions.

So at first glance at the opening college basketball national championship propositions you wagered on all four No. 1 seeds to win their regions. In addition you went all in on the North, South, East and West all making the Final Four.

Odds of all four No. 1 Seeds making Final Four

The Mad March Beast has allowed only on first weekend in April double-date in which all four of the No. 1 seedlings advanced to the Final Four, winning their regions.

Just one since the tournament expanded to 64-teams.

The last time, and only occasion, that all four of the top-of-bracket seeds found their way to play on the final Saturday of the college campaign was in 2008. The Kansas Jayhawks won that championshp over the Memphis Tigers. The other two schools in that ’08 final was North Carolina and UCLA.

And while it is easy to write that wagering on the fouresome of Duke, Virginia, North Carolina and Gonzaga to all win their regions and advance to the final weekend of hoops heaven it is uber-difficult for it to actually transpire.

Without breaking down the odds, the value/return on investment of a No. 1 Seed winning their region and what the payoff would be note the below chart and the percentages (number of teams to make the Final Four in the same season) of the short list of possibilities.

No. 1 Seeds to make Final Four
Times
Percentage
412.94%
3411.76%
21338.24%
11441.18%
025.88%

 

William Hill 2019 Men’s College Basketball Odds to Win Regions

 

 

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William Hill Odds to Win 2019 Big Dance Regions

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