Wednesday, January 28, 2009


Computer Simulation Predicts Steelers Win Super Bowl

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – No coin toss necessary! A computer programmer in Chattanooga, Tennessee, is already calling the final score for Super Bowl XLIII.

David Holt, a software programmer for Sportsims.net, used his very own game simulation engine and entered 100,000 different possible scenarios for this Sunday’s (Feb. 1) match-up between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Arizona Cardinals.

After reviewing the results, he’s calling a Steelers Super Bowl victory.

He says, “Pittsburgh’s gonna win it 20 to 14. The Steelers will pretty much control the game from the offset.”

However, the Cardinals do have a sliver of hope if Pittsburgh’s MVP wide receiver Hines Ward sits out the game due to injury.

Holt assures that his simulation has never been wrong, and though he’s not a betting man himself, it’s gotten him some perks.

He recalls, “I had some doctors bet on a game using our results, and they won. They said the next time I was in Connecticut, the surgery was on them.”

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