Customer Service/Sales 1800 370 3586
Top # SPORTSBOOK

## STRAIGHT BETS

This wager is made when you choose a team and the point spread. The cost of the wager is 10/11 or \$110 to win \$100.

Example:
If the straight wager is on the Ravens https://essaywriterusa.com/ app to track phone without them knowing -3½ then the Ravens must win by 4 or more points for the wager to win. If the straight wager is on the Falcons +3½ then the Falcons cannot lose by more than 3 points for the wager to win. Had the spread on the above example been 3, if the game landed on 3 pts., then the game would be a "PUSH" and result in "NO ACTION".

## Money Line

With this type of wager you wager which team is going to win. Disregarding the point spread.

Example:
If you wager on the Ravens -185 you lay \$185 to win \$100. If you wager on the Falcons +165 you lay \$100 to win \$165

+ Top

## Over/Under Totals

This is a wager on the combined scores (total) of a game. That being over or under the posted line. The cost of the wager is 10/11.

Example:
If you place a wager for UNDER 34, the combined total score of both teams must fall UNDER 34 pts. If you place a wager for OVER 34, the combined total score of both teams must go OVER 34 pts. If the combined total score falls on 34 pts. The wager is a "PUSH" and there is "NO ACTION".

+ Top

## Parlays

This wager is a selection of teams in no particular order, in one wager. All teams must win by the point-spread margin or by total points. The more teams selected, the greater the payoff.

FOOTBALL AND BASKETBALL PARLAY TRUE FRACTIONAL ODDS
 2 TEAMS 2.6446 to 1 9 TEAMS 335.8523 to 1 3 TEAMS 5.9579 to 1 10 TEAMS 642.0816 to 1 4 TEAMS 12.2833 to 1 11 TEAMS 1226.7013 to 1 5 TEAMS 24.3591 to 1 12 TEAMS 2342.7933 to 1 6 TEAMS 47.4127 to 1 13 TEAMS 4473.5145 to 1 7 TEAMS 91.4243 to 1 14 TEAMS 8541.2550 to 1 8 TEAMS 175.4464 to 1 15 TEAMS 16306.9415 to 1
Any push in a parlay with 3 teams or more will go to the next lowest number of teams. A push in a 2 team parlay will result in a straight wager. (All Contests at -110 will result in a payout of \$91)

Maximum payout is \$100,000 per group of parlays.

BASEBALL PARLAY CHART

If betting on a favorite, find the factor that coincides with the line.

If betting on an underdog, add to the line and a decimal point.

Examples:

For two team parlays:
Tthe REDS -130 to the CUBS +115

100 (AMOUNT BET) X 1.769 (REDS) X 2.15 (CUBS) MINUS 100 (AMOUNT BET) = 280

For three team parlays:
The REDS -130 to the CUBS +115 to the METS -127

100 (BET) X 1.769 (REDS) X 2.15 (CUBS) X 1.787 (METS) MINUS 100 (BET) = 579

 FACTORS 101 = 1.990 130 = 1.769 159 = 1.628 188 = 1.531 102 = 1.980 131 = 1.763 160 = 1.625 189 = 1.529 103 = 1.970 132 = 1.757 161 = 1.621 190 = 1.526 104 = 1.961 133 = 1.751 162 = 1.617 191 = 1.523 105 = 1.952 134 = 1.746 163 = 1.613 192 = 1.520 106 = 1.943 135 = 1.740 164 = 1.609 193 = 1.518 107 = 1.934 136 = 1.735 165 = 1.606 195 = 1.512 108 = 1.925 137 = 1.729 166 = 1.602 200 = 1.500 109 = 1.917 138 = 1.724 167 = 1.598 205 = 1.487 110 = 1.909 139 = 1.719 168 = 1.595 210 = 1.476 111 = 1.900 140 = 1.714 169 = 1.591 215 = 1.465 112 = 1.892 141 = 1.709 170 = 1.588 220 = 1.454 113 = 1.884 142 = 1.704 171 = 1.584 225 = 1.444 114 = 1.877 143 = 1.699 172 = 1.581 230 = 1.434 115 = 1.869 144 = 1.694 173 = 1.578 235 = 1.425 116 = 1.862 145 = 1.689 174 = 1.574 240 = 1.416 117 = 1.854 146 = 1.684 175 = 1.571 245 = 1.408 118 = 1.847 147 = 1.680 176 = 1.568 250 = 1.400 119 = 1.840 148 = 1.675 177 = 1.564 255 = 1.392 120 = 1.833 149 = 1.671 178 = 1.561 260 = 1.384 121 = 1.826 150 = 1.666 179 = 1.558 265 = 1.377 122 = 1.819 151 = 1.662 180 = 1.555 270 = 1.370 123 = 1.813 152 = 1.657 181 = 1.552 275 = 1.363 124 = 1.806 153 = 1.653 182 = 1.549 280 = 1.357 125 = 1.800 154 = 1.649 183 = 1.546 285 = 1.350 126 = 1.793 155 = 1.645 184 = 1.543 290 = 1.344 127 = 1.787 156 = 1.641 185 = 1.540 295 = 1.338 128 = 1.781 157 = 1.636 186 = 1.537 300 = 1.333 129 = 1.775 158 = 1.632 187 = 1.534 305 = 1.327

+ Top

## TEASERS

This is a wager in which 2 to 15 teams are selected together in one wager with an adjusted point spread. In a teaser you can add points to the sides or mix both sides and totals adding or subtracting to the totals. If one selection loses the teaser is considered a loss. **Except on a two team teaser if one team ties the wager is a "push" regardless if the other team wins or loses.

A 2 Team Open Teaser with a loss, cannot be filled, and IS A LOSER.

YOU CAN ALSO TEASE TOTALS!

Where you are given 1 1/2 runs to tease the total on a baseball game!

The Teaser is considered a loss unless all selections win - in other words a Tie is a Loser. In the event a game is postponed or a pitching change occurs, the Teaser will revert to the next lowest number of selections. If there is a loss with a postponed game or a pitching change game, your Teaser is considered No Action.

The payoff odds on these Teasers are:

 Teams Odds 2 10 to 12 3 2 to 1 4 3 to 1 5 11 to 2 6 6 to 1 7 7 to 1

Restrictions:
No In and Outs (meaning taking the over and under in the same game), \$500 MAX. Open spots allowed.
+ Top

## IF WIN OR PUSH

An "IF" wager allows the customer to make a second wager pending a win on the first selection. "IF" wagers must be made at the time of the first selection. The second part of the "IF" wager cannot exceed the amount of the risk of the prior selection.

Example:
In your first wager, you choose the Colts at -6 and if the Colts win you then select the Texans. If the first wager loses, the entire wager stops there. If the first wager wins, the wager continues to the second selection. If both wagers win the player is paid the sum of both wagers. If the second selection loses the players is paid the difference between the first winning wager and the second losing wager.

IF WIN ONLY
An "IF" wager allows the customer to make a second wager pending a win on the first selection. "IF" wagers must be made at the time of the first selection. The second part of the "IF" wager cannot exceed the amount of the risk of the prior selection. + Top

## RUN LINES

Contest based on a point spread and money line combined. It can also be based on specific Baseball Pitchers. If there is a pitching change the wager is graded as no action.

Example:
Braves - P Munro +1½ +100
Astros - M Morris -1½ -120
+ Top

## PUCK LINES

Hockey contests based on the pointspread and moneyline combined.

Example:
Pittsburgh Penguins +½ -105
Vancouver Canucks -½ - 125
+ Top

Regular Juice is -110
Buy ½ point Lay -120 (10 cents)
Buy 1 point Lay -130 (20 cents)
Buy 1.5 points Lay -140 (30 cents)
Buy 2 points Lay -150 cents (40 cents)

Example:
Before buying ½ point Colts - 6 -110
After buying ½ point Colts - 5½ -120

Limit Bets

We basically move the line 10 cents or a ½ point on every Maximum Bet on a straight play and 1 point on every Maximum Bet on a Total. However you can always ask for more on any line and if we can we will accommodate you.

½ point Lay -120 (10 cents)
1 point Lay -130 (20 cents)
1 ½ point Lay -145 (35 cents)
2 points Lay -160 (50 cents)

NBA Totals
½ point Lay -120 (10 cents)
1 point Lay -130 (20 cents)
1 ½ point Lay -140 (30 cents)
2 points Lay -150 (40 cents)

½ point Lay -120 (10 cents)
1 point Lay -135 (25 cents)
1 ½ point Lay -150 (40 cents)
2 points Lay -165 (55 cents)

NCAA Totals
½ point Lay -120 (10 cents)
1 point Lay -130 (20 cents)
1 ½ points Lay -140 (30 cents)
2 points Lay -150 (40 cents)

EXCEPTION IN PRO FOOTBALL:

WHEN BUYING OFF or ON THE NUMBER 3 THE PLAYER LAYS -135/100

WHEN BUYING OFF or ON THE NUMBER 7 THE PLAYER LAYS -125/100

EXCEPTION IN NCAA FOOTBALL:

WHEN BUYING ON OR OFF THE NUMBER 3 THE PLAYER LAYS -125/100

WHEN BUYING OFF or ON THE NUMBER 7 THERE IS NO EXTRA CHARGE.

## FUTURES

Odds that are posted in advance based on the winners of various major events including the Super Bowl, the World Series, the Stanley Cup, and the NBA Championship these are also called Future Bets.
+ Top

## PROPOSITIONS

A special wager offered by the sports book on unique and various topics. These wagers can be on sporting events, politics, and even trial outcomes. The wagers use the money line format of payoff odds and might included who scores the first touchdown in the Super Bowl, who will win the next presidential election.
+ Top

## FIRTS HALF WAGERS

A bet placed only on the first half (1st quarter & 2nd quarter) of the game. Wagering can be on the spread and totals. When available these are located at the bottom of the wager page. + Top

## SECOND HALF WAGERS

A bet placed only on the second half (3rd quarter, 4th quarter and overtime) of the game. Wagering can be on the spread and totals. When available these are located at the bottom of the wager page. + Top

## QUARTER WAGERS

A bet placed on the 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th quarter. Wagering on this can be on the spread and total. This is currently available for NFL and college football games that are televised. When available these are located at the bottom of the wager page.
+ Top

Translate »