BET TYPES
Straight Bet
Parlay
Teaser
If-Bet
Reverse
Round Robin

Straight Bet

A straight bet is the simplest kind of bet. In a game you can choose for a team to win, for the team to cover a point, or goal, spread, or for the game total score to go over or under a specific amount.

Normally the moneyline will be -110, this means that you will need to risk $100 in order to win $100. The moneyline will be clearly displayed if it is different.

Example

Team Spread Total Money Line
Chicago Bulls +4 ov 192½ -125 +110
Los Angeles Lakers -4 un 192½ +105 -130

In the example above you can place these bets for instance:

  • Lakers -4, risking $110 to win $100. In this case you are betting on the Lakers to win the game by more than 4 points. In the case that they win by exactly 4 points, the bet will be considered PUSH and your risk, the $110 will be returned.
  • Under 192½ +105, risking $100 to win $105. Here you are betting for the total points scored in the game to go under 192½.
  • Bulls +110, risking $110 to win $100. In this wager you are betting on the Bulls to win the game outright.

Parlay

A Parlay bet or a combination is a kind of wager where you can chosse from 2 up to 8 teams. All your picks must be winner in order for the whole parlay to win. The more teams you include the higher is the payout.

PARLAY PAYOFFS
2 Teams +260
3 Teams +600
4 Teams +1000
5 Teams +2000
6 Teams +4000
7 Teams +6000
8 Teams +8000
9 Teams +10000
10 Teams +20000

If one of the picks is a PUSH, then the Parlay reverts to the next lower Payoff. A 2 Team Parlay with one PUSH will revert to a straight bet.

CAN NOT be included in a parlay: circled games, propositional and future bets.

Open Spots:

When you start a parlay, you can leave Open Spots. This can be used in the case where the line of the game you want to include is not available yet. You can have a maximum of 2 Open Spots. In a 2 Team Parlay, you can have only one Open Spot.

A parlay can have Open Spots for a maximum of 30 days. After this time the parlay will be cancelled and the risked amount returned to the account.

Teaser

A teaser is similar to a parlay. It is a series of bets or picks, on sides and/or totals, grouped toguether into one bet. The main difference here is that additionally you will get the line adjusted in your favor.

In order to win a Teaser you need to win all your picks. A push in one of the picks will make the Teaser a loser.

Teasers can only be used in Basketball and Football. They can only be used in one

Basketball Regular Teasers: 4, 4½ and 5 points

Points 2 Teams 3 Teams 4 Teams 5 Teams 6 Teams 7 Teams 8 Teams 9 Teams 10 Teams
4 pts +100 +160 +300 +450 +700 +900 +1200 +1500 +2000
4½ pts -110 +140 +250 +400 +600 +800 +1000 +1200 +1500
5 pts -120 +120 +200 +350 +500 +700 +900 +1000 +1200

Basketball Special Teaser: 6 and 7 points

Points 3 Teams 4 Teams
6 pts -120 N/A
7 pts N/A -130

Football Regular Teaser: 6, 6½ and 7 points

Points 2 Teams 3 Teams 4 Teams 5 Teams 6 Teams 7 Teams 8 Teams 9 Teams 10 Teams
6 pts +100 +160 +300 +450 +700 +900 +1200 +1500 +2000
6½pts -110 +140 +250 +400 +600 +800 +1000 +1200 +1500
7 pts -120 +120 +200 +350 +500 +700 +900 +1000 +1200

Football Special Teaser: 10 and 13 points

Points 3 Teams 4 Teams
10 pts -120 N/A
13 pts N/A -130

If-Bet or Conditional Bet

An If-Bet is a series of Straight bets linked together by a condition. If this condition is met, then the next bet in line will have action. There are two varieties: If Win Only and If Win/Tie/Cancel.

Examples:

IF WIN ONLY
Cowboys -5,risking $110 to win $100
IF WIN ONLY
Panthers +4,risking $110 to win $100

In this case, the Cowboys bet needs to be a winner in order for the Panthers bet to have action. If the Cowboys lose or push then the bet stops there and the Panthers bet will have no action.


IF WIN/TIE/CANCEL
Cowboys -5,risking $110 to win $100
IF WIN/TIE/CANCEL
Panthers +4,risking $110 to win $100

In this example, the second bet will have action if the first bet pushes or if is cancelled. The only way to stop the bet is if the first bet loses.

Reverse Bet

This is a double If-Bet. Normally an If-Bet only goes in one direction. A reverse goes in the two directions. For example, you have Bet 1 IF WIN ONLY then Bet 2, but you will also have Bet 2 IF WIN ONLY then Bet 1.

In the same way that you have two varieties of If-Bets: If Win Only and If Win/Push/Cancel. Then you have the same for a reverse.

Example:
A If Win Only Reverse with Patriots -9 and Broncos +3, risking $110
Leg 1: Patriots -9, risking $110 to win $100 IF WIN ONLY then Broncos +3, risking $110 to win $100
Leg 2: Broncos +3, risking $110 to win $100 IF WIN ONLY then Patriots -9, risking $110 to win $100

Round Robin

A Round Robin is a combination of parlays. You can select from 3 up to 10 teams. You can also use Monely Lines, Spreads and Totals. The selecte picks are then combined into 2 teams or 3 teams parlays.

The same rules that apply at parlays are used for Round Robins as well.

  • If one team loses, then the parlays containing that team will lose
  • If one team pushes, then the parlays containing that team will be turned into smaller Parlays or Straight bets risking the same amount of the original parlay
  • There can't be any open spots

For example, if you choose 5 teams, risking $100, and put them into 3 Team Parlays then you will be getting 10 different parlays risking $100 in each one.

Example:
$50 Round Robin in 2 Team Parlays with
New York Knicks +7
Houston Rockets +8
Cleveland/Denver OV 188
Will be organized in the following way:

Parlay 1:
Knicks +7
Rockets +8
Risking $50 to win $130

Parlay 2:
Rockets +8
Cleveland OV 188
Risking $50 to win $130

Parlay 3:
Knicks +7
Cleveland OV 188
Risking $50 to win $130