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* Two statistical systems are utilized to
calculate the expected margins of victory. *

The systems are known as "BLUE" and "ELO"
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- an application of the ELO system -

- Sometimes, the systems do not agree as to
which team wins

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to avoid these games.

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Last month, I was asked by phone how my statistical system works, i.e., what factors went into my calculations. I gave him a brief answer, but, in truth, there is no brief answer. A Statistician would tell you I use an algorithm. True, but as I was developing the system between 1965 and 1972 and as I further tweaked it in years which followed, I didn't know I was employing an algorithm. I would have told you "It's a simple mathematical process which just uses a lot of information."
When I was asked if there was an "algorithm program" online which anyone could use, I said I didn't know. I have since googled it and found this page:

"Free Elo rating system?" Inquiry

Perhaps that's a "no", but it offers something in the "same food group."

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