It is 2005, and Brock Albert is fresh out of business school. He landed a marketing research job for an ad agency, but quickly grows bored with it. For an intellectual distraction, he creates a statistical model to predict the outcomes of men’s college basketball games. He does this as a hobby until a huge misunderstanding costs him his job, leaving him no choice but to take all of his cash, his best friends, and the model to Las Vegas and go head-to-head with their sportsbooks. For the first time in his life, he’s faced with betting big – on himself.
I am a marketing research professional. I have worked in small and large companies in the U.S. My interests include sports, music, and video games. I am a Chicago professional sports fan and follow my college Alma Maters (Florida and Illinois).
I am a frequent concert goer and have attended over 400 shows. I typically attend 2-3 major festivals per year. Additionally, I enjoy playing drums in my free time, and I attempt to play bass and guitar on occasion. I’ll sing if I’ve had enough adult beverages.
I am a very nostalgic guy. I have an old school video game collection across a variety of consoles. I have over 450 old Nintendo cartridges. My entire video game collection extends beyond 1000 games in total.
I have a dog named Peanut who can be followed on Instagram at apupnamedpeanut.