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Statistical models and good predictions

Started by ferryville7050 - June 24, 2015

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#1 ferryville7050

24 Posts

2015-06-24 00:44

I have noticed that last matches' predictions of the season 2014 - 2015 weren't successful at all... and that may be explained by the "illogic" resusults of some encounters. In fact, in this turning of championships. many teams "offer" the result of their matches to the other teams witch are willing to accept the gift or even obliged to  buy.

So my question is: does the statistical models you prepare take care of this factor?

if no I hope you work hard on it as it is a decisive prediction element.


#2 Eugene

470 Posts

2015-06-24 06:58

We're working on improvement of our statistical models prediction accuracy. Of course, so-called "fixed" games affect our results, but I don't think this is a key factor of our low performance. I believe the only way to avoid such games is just ignore betting recommendation, but you never know whether the game is fixed or not.

So we're focusing on improving our performance and rating calculation accuracy which will increase statistical models performance, and as a result will provide us with better results in terms of profitability.

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