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If-win bets are based on the results of one particular game. Bettors wager a fixed amount on one team in an If-win bet. If that team wins or the game is tied, then another fixed amount – up to the original amount – is bet on a different team.
Your first wager must win in order for you to have action on the remaining wagers. If the first wager loses, there is No Action thereafter. You cannot have duplicate teams in the same If-win wager.
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If the first game wins, ties, cancels, or is suspended, etc., you have action
Circled Game: A game where the maximum bet is restricted, often due to injuries.
Futures: Bets placed on the outcome of a future event, for example betting during the NHL season on the Stanley Cup champion.
Lines: Another word for odds.
Money Line: The amount you must bet to win $100, or the amount you win if you bet $100.
Over/Under: A bet on whether the total points/goals scored by the two teams will exceed or be less than a specified number.
Parlay: A bet on 2 or more games. All selections must be correct for the parlay to win.
Pick: A game where no team or betting option is favored, the teams are evenly matched.
Point spread: The handicap that the favorite gives to the underdog to make the bet fair.
Push: A game that is tied when the point spread is factored in.
Single: A bet on a single game or event.
Spread: Another way to say point spread.
Teaser: A bet on 2 or more teams where the bettor can add or subtract points from the spread to make their bets stronger. All selections must be correct for the teaser to win.
Total: The combined number of points or goals scored by the two teams.
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