Sports betting rules
Bets are carried out through the Sportsbook Entity (US) or Bookmakers (UK) who receive bets. You can bet on the results of several sports events, such as; Baseball bets, basketball bets, soccer bets, tennis bets, hockey bets, snookers and soccer betting games.
To do sports bets, you go to sports, physical or online books. You can also bet by telephone with many SportsBooks. Note that sports books or sports books are not the same as protective makers. Sportsbook only accepts sports betting. Opportunity opportunities are people who set sports betting opportunities.
You need to state what you put by making a choice, type of bet and the amount you are terminated. Your choice will clearly depend on the opportunity offered, so you want to check various opportunities available before you make a decision.
There are many types of bets you can do. Some sportsbooks can offer more betting varieties and combinations than others. Below is a list of more general bets.
Straight or single bet.
This is the simplest and most common bet. You bet on the winner on the given opportunity.
This bet allows you to bet on the winner of the two choices that have been made the same as allocating points that are in accordance with the underdog team. The deployment point is the number of points allocated and displayed with A + sign for favorites and signs for underdog. Favorites must win with more than spread points for you to win; If not, you lose bets even if the team wins. Baliknya, if you bet for underdog, the team must lose with less than the point spread for you to win. If the favorite wins with the right point spread, then it is a push or tie. You get your bet back. To eliminate the results of ties, opportunities sometimes include half-point deployment. Because the score uses a full number, one team must win directly.
Also, to buy important points. Move the point spread properly at a price.
This sets an opportunity for each team but is inversely proportional to what will happen at the point, and indicated by A + for underdogs and – signs for favorites. Say Team A is a favorite and quoted on -180 and B is underdog at + 120. The bets offered will be 10:18 opportunities for favorites, and 12:10 for underdogs. For every $ 180 you bet on you will win $ 100 or lose $ 180, but for every $ 100 you bet on b you will win $ 120 or lose $ 100.
Bets for the number of points printed in the game by both combined teams, including points printed in overtime.
Over / Under.
The bet that the number of combined points scored by two teams in the game will end or below the total set by the protective maker.
Parlay or accumulator.
Double bet. A kind of bet ‘let-it-ride’. Make simultaneous choices in two games or more with the intention of pressing the first win of the game betting the following chosen, and so on. All choices made must win for you to win the parlay. If a game is a tie, postponed or canceled, your parlay is automatically reduced with one choice; Double parlay into a straight bet, Triple Parlay becomes double. Parlay bets can produce large dividends if it is won.
It’s like a parlay, but with the option to add or reduce points (called ‘moving lines’) from one or more betting spreads. When betting, additional teaser points are added to the underdog or reduced from favorites. Opportunities vary according to the number of points of dissemination and the number of teams combined to form teasers. Like in parlay, all choices must win for teasers to win. Odd teasers are usually worse than parlays.
Bets that allow bettor to make a second bet, up to the same amount, waiting for victory in the first selection.
Open bets allow a bet to play teasers or parlays make choices at different times and even different days.