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View current scores and play-by-play as well as live, updating projections from 50,000 simulations of the remaining time in basketball, football, or baseball games with the totally free Live ScoreCaster from PredictionMachine.com.

After each play in an NFL, college football, college basketball or NBA game and after each half inning of every MLB game, the Predictalator simulates the rest of the game 50,000 times to determine the projected score and the likelihood of either team winning. Simulations of the rest of each game 50,000 times are conducted utilizing PredictionMachine.com's Predictalator technology and simulation engines.

Find games involving your favorite teams easier with My Teams or check out live win probability charts from Recent Games. In the App (iTunes and Google Play Store), notifications are available to get updates at the end of each quarter, half or game and when major plays occur in the game to significantly change the projected outcome.

To highlight the Live ScoreCaster, we will take the in-game technology to the next level to review three of the game-changing plays from the NFL and what the game would have looked like if the plays had turned out differently. The weekly analysis will review one play that could have resulted in a major upset, one controversial coaching decision and one play that dictated the team that covered the spread.

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1/26/2015 Highlight: Using the ResultsFinder for the week of January 19th - 25th, one could find that all featured, "normal" or better against-the-spread plays in the NBA and college basketball went 13-7 (65% ATS). The ATS success wasn't limited to just full games picks. All normal or better halftime against-the-spread plays in the NBA and college basketball combined to go 64-48 (57% ATS). In the last three weeks all normal or better against-the-spread halftime picks in college basketball picks have gone 132-94 (58% ATS).

In the previous week's NFL Conference Championship games, the Lock of the Week in the NFL Playoffs (Packers +7.5 at Seattle) easily covered. All-time, in the NFL Playoffs, Locks of the Week are 17-2 (89% ATS), including going 4-1 (80% ATS) in Super Bowls. All playable against-the-spread picks in this NFL postseason are now 6-3 (67% ATS). All-time on the site, all against-the-spread picks in the NFL Playoffs are now 41-13 (76% ATS). Playable prop picks for last Super Bowl went a combined 26-19 (58%), generating a profit of +$847 for a normal $50 player utilizing play value recommendations. Highlighted "normal" plays went 12-7 (63% and +$570), while "2X Green" plays went 4-1 (80% and +$355).

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