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SOME FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS AND DEFINITIONS.
What is "the spread"?
The team perceived to have less chance of winning a game is given a
handicap of a certain number of points for wagering purposes. This
handicap is known as the "point spread," and is sometimes called the
"line" or "price." If a team has a greater number of points after the
point spread has been factored into its final score, it is said to
have "covered the spread."
The favorite is always listed with a negative number.
Why a negative number? For wagering purposes, 8 points are
subtracted from the favorite's final score. If the favorite
still has more points than the underdog after these points
have been subtracted, then a bet on the favorite wins.
Conversely, the underdog is given a positive number because
8 points are added to the underdog's final score to determine
a wager's winners and losers. If these additional points
produce a score higher than the favorite's final score,
then a bet on the underdog wins.
These types of bets are common in footballand basketball.
What is a "side/straight bet"?
A straight wager, also referred to as a "side", is when you pick the team or person
you believe is going to win. The straight or side wager can be governed by a point
spread, money line, or sometimes both depending on the sport.
What is a "total" or "over/under" wager?
The total is the sum of all points scored in the game. Two bets are available on totals:
the "over" bet, in which you wager that the combined scores of the two teams will exceed
the listed number, and the "under" bet, in which you wager that the combined scores of
the two teams will not reach the listed total. The number in parentheses (-110) is the
money line, as explained above. If the sum of all points in the game equals the total
exactly, it is called a "push" or "no action" and all wagers are returned, no one wins
What is a parlay?
A parlay is a single bet that links together anywhere from 2 to 6 individual plays. The
parlay can be comprised of a series of bets on a team, over/under bets, or any mixture of
the two. For the parlay to be a winning wager, every one of its individual plays must win.
If any of the individual plays is not a winner, then the entire parlay wager loses.
If, however, one of the individual plays is a "PUSH," or "NO ACTION", then the parlay
is still on for the remaining plays. A three-play parlay would become a two-play parlay;
a two-play parlay would become a straight bet, with corresponding reductions of the payoff.
Why wager on a parlay and not make several individual bets? The payouts for parlays are
significantly higher than for individual bets. But remember, since every one of the
individual plays must win, it's an all-or-nothing bet. If you win two out of three plays,
the parlay still loses, whereas you would have won those two plays as individual straight
bets. You are given better odds because predicting the outcomes of several plays together
is significantly more difficult than predicting any individual play.
What is a teaser?
A teaser is a parlay in which you adjust the point spread or total of each individual play.
Like a parlay, a teaser is a single bet that links together several individual plays
(from 2 to 8 in the case of teasers). You can combine a series of straight bets,
over/under bets, or any mixture of the two. A teaser allows you to "buy points" - adjust
the point spread or totals in your favor - on the plays that comprise the multi-part wager.
As in a buy wager, adjusting the spread and/or the totals gives you more favorable odds,
thus less of a return on your wager.
Teasers are not available for baseball and you cannot mix sports with teasers. Maybe you
can mix football and basketball. Teaser points differ for basketball and football.
Football teasers are 6 points for full game and 3 points for half-time wagers. Basketball
teasers are 4 points for full game and 2 points for half time wager. However, you cannot
select different point adjustments for the different plays: the amount of points you buy
will be applied to all of the individual plays that comprise the teaser. You cannot buy,
say, 4 points on one game and 5 on another.
What are the advantages of playing a teaser rather than a series of individual buy wagers?
You receive significantly better odds than you would playing the adjusted money lines of
buy wagers. Also, compared to a buy wager, the teaser offers you a greater number of
points with which to adjust the point spreads and totals. The disadvantages? As in a
parlay, winning two out of three or three out of four is still a loss. If those winning
plays had been individual buy wagers, you would have come out ahead. As always, going
for a bigger payout entails a bigger risk.
What is a reverse?
Reverse bets are simply "if bets" that work in both directions.
All reverse bets are double action: the remaining bets in the sequence will be placed
if the preceding bet is a win, a "push," or is cancelled for any reason. An "if bet"
(double action) follows the sequence "if X wins, ties or cancels then Y." Placing a
reverse bet will include that sequence and its opposite: "if X wins, ties or cancels
then Y" AND "if Y wins, ties or cancels then X." As you can see, reverse bets contain
two "if bet" sequences, and you must lay down an equal amount for each one: an if bet for
$110 is $220 as a reverse bet.
A reverse bet merely reverses the order of an initial "if bet": if there was a third
bet "Z," then a reverse bet would include these two sequences: "if X wins, ties or
cancels then Y. if Y wins, ties or cancels then Z" AND "if Z wins, ties, or cancels then
Y. if Y wins, ties or cancels then X." It would not, however, include this sequence: "if
Y wins, ties or cancels the X. if X wins, ties or cancels then Z." You must specify the
exact order of the initial "if bet," and the reverse does exactly what its name implies:
it reverses the order of that sequence but cannot shuffle it.
The advantage of playing reverse bets is that you are still able to limit your
exposure to losses while expanding the possible combinations that will produce
What is a money line bet?
The money line, also referred to as "odds", lists how much money your wager will return.
In most sports "-110" will be offered for all side and total bets. For the moment, we
will only discuss this number. Fluctuating money lines will be explained below.
The easiest way to understand the "-110" figure is to consider $110 the price of the bet
if you would like to win $100: if you bet $110 and your bet wins, you will receive
earnings of $100. Of course you may bet any amount between the minimum and maximum and
it is this fraction (110/100 or 11/10) that will always be used to compute your winnings.
So, if you bet $11 and your bet wins, you will win $10. If you bet $55, you'll win $50.
The -110 money line is used by the house to guarantee that it receives some payment for
its services. If the house offered even odds (1/1) and the "action," or the total of all
wagers received, was divided evenly across the two teams, the house would be doing
volunteer work: handing all the loser's money over to the winners with nothing left over.
This money line comprises, in a sense, even odds with a 10% house commission - sometimes
called the "juice," "vigorish," or "vig" - for providing the action.
The types of bets are common in baseball, golf, tennis, horses and futures, but can
also be applied to football and hockey on occasion. For examples check out the individual
sport you are interested in wagering on.
What are fixed odds?
Fixed odds are odds set by a professional bookmaker or sportsbook covering certain special events like Golf, Auto Racing, and Cricket. Certain house leagues, like golf and Auto Racing, will have a weekly events for wagering, and all the wagering will be in fixed odds format. Like Tiger Woods being an 8/1 favorite in the U.S. Open, or for Auto Racing, Jeff Gordon being a 4/1 favorite to win Daytona What are the payoff odds for side/straight bets? For football and basketball the payoff is 100 units for every 100 units wagered, unless otherwise noted. Therefore,100 units will be wagered if you specify a 100 unit straight bet.
What are the payoff odds for totals or over/under bets?
For football and basketball the payoff is 100 units for every 100 units wagered, unless otherwise noted. For baseball and hockey, the payoff is determined by the money line attached to each proposition.
What are the payoff odds for parlays?
2 teams--2.6 to 1
3 teams--6 to 1
4 teams--10 to 1
5 teams--20 to 1
What are the payoffs for reverses?
2 Team Reverse--
2 Wins, 0 Losses, 0 Pushes Pays 4 to 1
1 Win, 0 Losses, 1 Push Pays 2 to 1
1 Win, 1 Loss, 0 Pushes Loses 1 to 1
0 Wins, 1 Loss, 1 Push Loses 2 to 1
0 Wins, 2 Losses, 0 Pushes Loses 2 to 1
0 Wins, 0 Losses, 2 Pushes Breaks Even
3 Team Box Reverse--
3 Wins, 0 Losses, 0 Pushes Pays 12 to 1
2 Wins, 0 Losses, 1 Pushes Pays 8 to 1
2 Wins, 1 Losses, 0 Pushes Pays 2 to 1
1 Wins, 0 Losses, 2 Pushes Pays 2 to 1
1 Wins, 1 Losses, 1 Pushes Loses 1 to 1
1 Wins, 2 Losses, 0 Pushes Loses 4 to 1
0 Wins, 1 Losses, 2 Pushes Loses 4 to 1
0 Wins, 2 Losses, 1 Pushes Loses 6 to 1
0 Wins, 3 Losses, 0 Pushes Loses 6 to 1
0 Wins, 0 Losses, 3 Pushes Breaks Even
4 Team Box Reverse--
4 Wins, 0 Losses, 0 Pushes Pays 24 to 1
3 Wins, 0 Losses, 1 Push Pays 18 to 1
3 Wins, 1 Loss, 0 Pushes Pays 9 to 1
2 Wins, 0 Losses, 2 Pushes Pays 12 to 1
2 Wins, 1 Loss, 1 Push Pays 4 to 1
2 Wins, 2 Losses, 0 Pushes Loses 2 to 1
1 Win, 0 Losses, 3 Pushes Pays 6 to 1
1 Win, 1 Loss, 2 Pushes Loses 1 to 1
1 Win, 2 Losses, 1 Push Loses 6 to 1
1 Win, 3 Losses, 0 Pushes Loses 9 to 1
0 Wins, 1 Loss, 3 Pushes Loses 6 to 1
0 Wins, 2 Losses, 2 Pushes Loses 10 to 1
0 Wins, 3 Losses, 1 Push Loses 12 to 1
0 Wins, 4 Losses, 0 Pushes Loses 12 to 1
0 Wins, 0 Losses, 4 Pushes Breaks Even
How many additional points will I receive in a teaser bet?
2 Props: 6 Points
3 Props: 10 Points
4 Props: 13 Points
2 Props: 4.5 Points
3 Props: 7.5 Points
4 Props: 10.5 Points
HERE ARE SOME BETTING RULES THAT APPLY TO MOST WAGERS.
Betting rules are detailed below for football, basketball, hockey and baseball. (These rules are in place in the event of a game being cancelled due to weather or some other act of God, or man. Like a lunatic blowing up a stadium because he can't take the loss, a tidal wave wiping out a city, lightning storms, hurricanes, crazed fans pulling down goalposts in the 4th quarter in Columbus when Ohio State is beating Michigan, The Buffalo Bills running off the field in protest of a game, etc.) All sporting events must be played at their originally scheduled time, place and date unless otherwise specified. If an event is cancelled or postponed and then later rescheduled, it is deemed a "No Action" wager, and all points will be credited accordingly. All gimmicks involving the cancelled game will also be deemed "No-Action" regardless of the outcome of the remaining propositions and all points will be refunded.
Winners and losers will be official after 55 minutes of regulation play or at the completion of overtime period(s).
Winners and losers will be official after 35 minutes of regulation play or at the completion of overtime period(s).
Winners and losers will be official after 43 minutes of regulation play or at the completion of overtime period(s).
Winners and losers will be official after 55 minutes of regulation play or at the completion of overtime period(s).
Games are official after five innings of play. If the home team is leading, the game is official after 4 1/2 innings. If a game is called due to weather after 4 1/2 innings of play and the score is tied and the game needs to be replayed at a later date, the game will be considered a push and your bet amount will be returned to the player.
When wagering on total runs, the game must go nine innings (8 1/2 if the home team is ahead) to have action. If the game does not go nine innings, all action on totals will be void and refunded. All parlays involving totals will also be void and refunded, regardless of the outcome of the remaining props.
Parlay Rules will be as follows:
Pushes reduce. Pushes are considered no action and reduce the wager by one proposition. If the number of pushes reduce the number of props to one, the bet is reduced to a straight bet. Posted point spreads accepted by the member at the time of confirmation are used in determination of winners and losers. Games not played on the date specified, or invalid game selections are considered no action. Parlays/Reverses must have at least two valid propositions in action. If only one exists due to cancellation, the parlay/reverse becomes a null bet.
Teaser Rules will be as follows:
Ties lose - Ties are considered losers in a teaser, just like in the real world. Posted point spreads accepted by the member at the time of confirmation are used in determination of winners and losers. Games not played on the date specified due to cancellation, or invalid game selections are considered no action. Teasers must have at least two valid propositions in action. If only one exists due to cancellation, the teaser becomes a null bet.
Management reserves the right to refuse any wager or delete/limit any proposition(s) prior to the event's commencement. All company wagering rules and regulations apply to parlay/reverse/teaser wagers unless otherwise stipulated. Overtime periods are included in all totals wagers. Las Vegas rules, regulations, payoffs and wager types apply where not covered herein.
Here are some popular terms from the world of WANNA and betting in general. Use these words and terms
and you will sound like you know what you're talking about.
Across The Board - A method of wagering on a horse to win, place and show
Action - A wager of any kind
Bad Beat - Tough Loss
Beard - Messenger bettor
Buck - $100
Chalk - Favorite
Circled Game - Game where action is limited due to uncertainties about weather, injuries, etc.
Cover - Win by more than the pointspread
Dead Heat- When two horses finish in a tie
Dime - $1000
Dime Line - Slang used to designate the 10 cent money line. The money line difference
(10 cents) between what a bettor would lay with the favorite or take back with the underdog;
Dog - Underdog
Dollar - $100
Double Header- Two separate baseball games played on the same day for the same two teams
Edge - Advantage
Even Money - A wager on which neither side lays any odds or vigorish
Exotic Bet - Action other than a straight bet or parlay
Exposure - The amount of money one actually stands to lose on a game or race
Favorite - The contestant in any given contest that is considered the most talented,
or has the best chance to win the contest
Final Four - Final four teams in the NCAA basketball tournament
Firing - Betting a lot. A player who is "firing" is wagering large sums
"Foots" - Slang word used sometimes for football
Futures - Wagers made, or lines/odds posted on an event or outcome taking place some
time in the future, e.g. betting during the season on the SuperBowl winner.
Get Down - Make a bet
Grand Slam - The four major tennis tournaments: Wimbledon, Australian Open,
French Open, U.S. Open. Also the four major golf tournaments: The Masters, U.S. Open,
British Open, PGA Championship (Professional Golf Association). Also in baseball,
a homerun with the bases loaded, scoring four runs.
Grand Salami - A slang word for the over/under total for the combined score of
all the hockey contests on the schedule for that day
Halftime Line - A line on only the first half, or only the second half scoring of a
football or basketball game
Handicapper - One who studies sports and predicts outcomes
Hedge - Bet the opposite of your original wager in order to reduce the amount of
exposure you have on a game
Hook - Half point in pointspreads
"Hoops" - Slang word used to indicate the game of basketball
Home Field Advantage - Edge the home team is expected to have as a result of familiarity
with the playing area, favorable demographics and effect of travel on the visiting team
Hoops - Basketball
Hot Tip - Information the bookmaker is not yet privy to
IBF - International Boxing Federation
Juice - Bookmaker's commission, most often refers to the 11 to 10 football bettors
lay on straight wagers. Also known as vigorish.
Lay The Points - A wager on a favorite in a pointspread contest
Lay The Price - A wager on a favorite in a moneyline contest
Limit - Maximum bet accepted by the house before the price will be changed
Line - The moneyline, odds, or pointspread of any given contest
Listed Pitcher (LP) - The pitcher or pitchers listed by Las Vegas oddsmakers as probable
starting pitchers for a scheduled baseball game
Lock - Easy Winner
Longshot - Large underdog
Middle - To win both sides of a game. For example, if you bet the underdog +3 1/2 and
the favorite -2 1/2 and the favorite wins by 3, you've middled the book. The book has been middled
MLB - Major League Baseball
Moneyline - The amount you must bet to win 100 or the amount you win if you bet 100
Neutral Site - Arena, court or field where neither side has a home field advantage
Nickel - $500
NIT - National Invitational Tournament
Off The Board - Game where no bets are being accepted
Over/Under - A bet on whether the combined total of the points/goals scored by the
two teams will exceed or be less than a specified number
Overlay - When the odds on a proposition are in favor of the bettor rather than the house
Overtime- The continuance of a contest that is tied at the end of regulation time until a
winner is determined or the maximum number of overtime periods have expired
Parlay - A bet with two or more teams where all the teams must win for the bettor to
Past Post - To make a bet after an event has started
Penny Line- A money line that is adjusted in increments of a penny, or one cent at a time
Pick or Pick'em- A game where neither team is favored
Player- Bettor, gambler
Pointspread - The handicap, or head start, which the favorite gives to the underdog for
Press - To bet a larger amount than usual
Price - The moneyline odds on the favorite of a given match
"Pucks" - A slang word used to indicate the game of hockey
Puppy - Underdog
Push - A tie between the bettor and the bookmaker that is the result of the score of an
event falling exactly on the pointspread number, or the total points number
Rain Out - A contest that has been canceled because of bad weather
Round Robin - A series of parlays. A three-team round robin consists of one three-team parlay
and three two-team parlays
Rundown- Line update
Runner - Messenger bettor; see beard
Ryder Cup- A golf tournament between American and European golfers that is staged every two years
Scalper - One who attempts to profit from the differences in odds from book to book by betting
both sides of the same game at different prices
Score - To win a lot of money
Scratch - Withdraw; cancel
Sharp - Wise guy
Side- To win one side and tie the other. For example, if you lay -2 1/2 and take 3 on the same
game and the favorite wins by 3 you have sided the book. The book has been sided.
Side Bet/Side Wager - A wager on a particular team, or side, to win a contest
Soft Line - A wagering line that is not current with the true posted line. A line that has
been adjusted or moved as a result of action and does not reflect the true line as posted.
Spread - An abbreviated form of pointspread
Stanley Cup - NHL Championship
Steam - When a betting line starts to move quite rapidly. Most "steam games" do not necessarily
reflect the "right side", but are games that the mass of bettors somehow decide to key on
Straight Bet - A single wager on a selected side or over/under
Sudden Death - An overtime period in which the first contestant to score is declared the
winner of the contest
Superbowl - NFL Championship game
Take A Price - A wager on the underdog in a moneyline contest
Take The Points - A wager on the underdog in a pointspread contest
Teaser - A bet on 2 or more teams where the line on each team is adjusted in the favor of the
bettor. Like a Parlay, all selections must be correct for the teaser to win, pushes lose
The Big Dance - The 64 team, post season college basketball championship tournament
Toss Up - Game where the line is close to pick-em
Total - The line on a given contest, representing the combined number of points/goals scored
by the two teams; see over/under
Tout Service - A business that sells opinions on sporting events
Underdog - - The contestant in any given contest that is considered the least talented, or
has the least chance to win the contest
Underlay - When the odds on a proposition are in favor of the house
Value - An overlay
Vigorish - Bookmaker's commission, most often refers to the 11 to 10 football bettors lay on
straight wagers. Also known as juice
WBA - World Boxing Association
WBC - World Boxing Council
Wise Guy - Established and successful sports bettor
WNBA - Womens National Basketball Association
World Series - MLB championship; The final seven games of the baseball playoffs between the
two league champions to determine the world champion
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