Today is March Madness Round 2, Day 2. We’ve been keeping a close eye on our brackets and staying in check with our GoodBookey bracketologist, Dr. Senkbeil. Below, he’s outlined today’s top games to watch, projected winners, stats, and more.
Round two of March Madness is here! Our bracketologist, Dr. Senkbeil, is still killing it. Saturday’s game picks are below. Who are you rooting for?
Day two of March Madness is here! Who are you betting on? We’re pulling for our projected winners with the help of our resident brackologist, Dr. Jason Senkbeil, who has had an incredible March Madness round 1 run so far.
It’s Day One of March Madness, and we’re ready! With the help of Dr. Senkbeil, we’re prepping you for the games to look out for, who his projected winner is, and why. (Projected winner marked with “w”.)
WANT TO KNOW THE METHOD OF THE MADNESS? KEEP READING!
Today is day two of our March Madness feature with Dr. Jason Senkbeil. If you’re looking at how to finish your March Madness bracket with the best chance of accuracy, keep reading!
IT’S MARCH MADNESS TIME! ?
Let’s get pumped up for the First Four! Here to help is GoodBookey’s very own bracketologist, Dr. Jason Senkbeil.
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Why do people bet?
The common thinking is that there are a couple of reasons–the thrill of competition, risk and reward, and associated social interactions. People do play for money, and some of the ill-advised few even do this for financial gain.
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