A straight bet is a single wager on the outcome of a single event or game. Depending on the line-type, the outright winner, the spread or a combined total of both teams decide whether you win or lose. The confirmed price at the time you placed your wager, will determine the amount you win, with certain exceptions.
An if bet consists of two (2) to five (5) straight bets joined together by an if clause which determines the wager process. If the player’s first selection complies with the condition (clause), then the second selection will have action; if the second selection complies with the condition, then customer’s third selection will have action and so on.
A Reverse consist of a selection that goes from two (2) to five (5) straight bets joined together into all possible combinations of two team If Bets Double Action. Same rules for If Bets will apply.
Buying points allows changing the point-spread or total of a football or basketball game. Buying points allows the customer to move the point spread to his/her advantage; therefore customer will get more points when betting the underdog or will give away fewer points when betting the favorite. Customer will be also allowed to move the total in order to get a higher total when betting the under or a lower total if betting the over. For each half point the customer purchases, will have to pay an extra 10%.
Customer can only buy a maximum of 2 points in Football and Basketball, both college and pro with certain exceptions.
There are two special rules:
A parlay is a type of cumulative bet where the customer can choose from two up to fifteen teams and the payout will increase as selections get higher. In order to win the wager all of the selections must be winners. Even if only one of the selections loses, the entire play will become a loss. The benefit of Parlay wager is that the more selections made the bigger payout will be.
All parlay payouts are calculated at true odds. The exception is where all selections are priced at -110. In this case the payout odds below apply.
Parlay Payout Table for Standard -110 Parlays
|2 team||13 to 5|
|3 team||6 to 1|
|4 team||10 to 1|
|5 team||20 to 1|
Customer may estimate Parlay Payoffs when the price is different than -110 by following this steps (example provided):
Let's say you played Cubs +150 and Cubs game over 9 -120 in a two team parlay and you wagered $100. Use the following steps to determine your winnings or should we say potential winnings.
1.50 + 1 = 2.50
-1.20 (take reciprocal or divide one by the negative price) 1/1.20 = 0.83 + 1 = 1.83
2.50 x 1.83 = 4.57 (now multiply this times your bet) x 100 = 457
$457 is your total return if both pieces win (including your bet amount)
457 - 100 = 357 Winnings
This will also work for three, four, five, six... team parlays, simply follow the steps. Note: This will provide an estimated amount; actual winnings may differ due to rounding rule.
A Round Robin is a wager type consisting of all parlay combinations of a chosen number within a group of selected teams (2 team parlay maximum). This type of wager gives the customer the advantage of placing multiple parlays within a chosen set of teams.
A teaser is a wager involving two or more outcomes in a single wager wherein you adjust the point spread/total in your favor in return of reduced odds.
A teaser can only be played in American Football (NFL/NCAA) and Basketball (NBA/NCAA) or a combination of these two sports only. Teasers have a minimum of two selections and a maximum of seven.
You can tease the point spread and or total on a basketball or football game. When you tease the favorite on the point spread you are actually decreasing the number of points that your selection has in order to win by, or if you take the underdog you are increasing the points your selection can lose the game by before the selection is a loss. When your teaser includes overs and/or unders, the total is teased lower if you choose an over and higher if you choose and under.
|2||10 to 11||10 to 12||10 to 13|
|3||18 to 10||16 to 10||15 to 10|
|4||30 to 10||25 to 10||20 to 10|
|5||45 to 10||40 to 10||35 to 10|
|6||70 to 10||60 to 10||50 to 10|
With special teasers, you can tease (NFL, NCAAF, NBA, NCAAB) the games you like even more, although you are limited to having either 3 or 4 teams only.
|FT||10 Pts||13 Pts|
|BK||7 Pts||9 Pts|
|3 Teams||10 to 13||N/A|
|4 Teams||10 to 12||10 to 14|