Bet Slip Point Spreads At

In Point spreads work the same way as moneylines, but you give the underdog team a little bit of an advantage before the game starts. Our oddsmakers will look at the game and set the point spreads for each team before the game based on how likely each team is to win at

Let's say the line is 12.5 points and the same teams are playing as above. This means that the Nets are still very likely to win the game, but they will need to win by 13 points or more. The Celtics can either lose by less than 12 points or win the game by themselves. The odds for a point spread bet on any sportsbook are always -110 for each team's point spread.

If you add the Nets at -12.5 to your bet slip at odds of -110 and bet $50 on that bet, you could win $45.45 and get your initial stake back, which is almost as much as you bet on

A bet slip's totals

You can add a totals bet to your bet slip if you don't know which team will win or by how much. When you make a totals bet, you choose whether the total number of points scored by both teams will be more or less than the line set by our oddsmaker. Let's say the total number of points scored by the Celtics and Nets is 226. This means you'd have to decide if you think both teams will score more or less than 226 points.

Most of the time, each side of a totals bet will have odds of -110, so you can keep that in mind when you choose a bet for your bet slip. Let's say you pick "under" and the final score is 116-107, which adds up to a total of $223. If you put $100 on this bet and put it on your bet slip, you would have won $90.91 and gotten your $100 back, for a total of $190.91.

We also have team totals, which are the same as individual totals but show how many points each team got. If the oddsmakers set the team total for the Brooklyn Nets at 123.5, you would have to decide if you think the Nets will score more than 124 or less than 123.

On a Bet Slip, you can:

If you put between two and fifteen bets on a bet slip, you will be able to combine all of the odds into one single bet. For your bet to pay off, all of the parts of the parlay must win. You can pick any combination of the moneyline, the point spread, and the totals.

But if every part of your bet is right, you will win a lot of money. When you want to combine a few bets, you'll choose the "parlay" option on your bet slip and write down how much you want to bet on all the odds. For example, instead of betting $5 on each of five games, you could combine them into a "parlay" and bet $5 to win $100 or more, depending on the odds.

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