Gavin Lazarow is a huge sports fan but, by his own admission, a terrible gambler.
One weekend, during NCAA March Madness, he picked 10 games—and lost nine. His friends began asking him for his picks just so they could bet the other side.
This year, the 37-year-old software developer, who lives in Seattle and uses the Twitterhandle Lebronculous, decided to take a different approach to picking the right teams to bet on.
He outsourced it—to a fund manager.