You might imagine that the model could be pitted against the bookmaker odds. And you are correct! In fact, if you were to do this since the start of 2005 to the current round your bank would look something like this:
That is to say, if you had $1 at the start, and bet on every game the model suggests, you would have over $17 now. The model suggests not only which teams to bet on, but also how much to bet on them. This point is crucial to long-term growth. Betting equal amounts on every game is a path to financial ruin.
An interesting feature of the graph is that almost all of the winners it picks are home teams. Fascinating.
Note that I have only been generating probabilities since the start of the 2012 season, and only publishing them on this website since June of 2013.