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The Wizards are the favorite of the game and are -5 points. Using that same game, if the final score was Washington New York , all of the players that bet on the Washington Wizards would of lost because when you take off the -5 points that they were laying, the adjusted final score would be Washington New York Over the years, many bettors have become accustomed to betting on the totals in the NBA.
Betting on the totals is basically defined as betting the combined score of both teams to go over or under a predetermined number. With the final score being , the total combined score at the end of the game is a total of points. This means if you were to have bet the over, you would of lost but if you played the under, you would of won because is less than Playing the Moneyline is another way that many gamblers take advantage of the NBA season.
Betting the Moneyline is similar to Point Spread Betting in the fact that you are picking a team to win the game but the difference is the fact that there is no point spread and instead, you are betting against odds.
This means if you were to use the same game above, Wizards vs. Knicks, and instead of Washington being -5 points, you played the Moneyline which was Washington This is a great way to make extra money in single wagers.
Parlay Wagering is best defined as two or more wagers placed on the same ticket with the chance to cash in on a large payday. Winning one game can be difficult at times but winning 4 teams only adds to the hardness of winning. That being said, if you hit one of those big parlays, you can drastically increase your bankroll in a quick period of time. A breakdown at most online sportsbooks will get you a return on investment as follows:.
Always keep in mind that at various online sportsbooks, the return on investment may vary due to odds and amount of money wagered on a particular team. Playing Teasers in the NBA is a great way to move the line some extra points in your favor. The node you're attempting to unmount was rendered by another copy of React. The node you're attempting to unmount was rendered by React and is not a top-level container.
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