We recommend selections that win in the aggregate.Our wagers are selected through a 3 stage evaluation process: they are first chosen by experts, then vetted using our internal method of analysis, and finally only recommended if they work into our profitability model, which accounts for the risk level of each bet we have recommended so as to secure a profit in the aggregate.
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A straight bet, also known as a single bet or a single wager, is precisely what it sounds like — a single stake in an event. You can place a wager using any betting type, including money line, point spread, and over/under, as long as you can properly anticipate the result of that particular wager.
A team is given a handicap called a point spread, depending on whether they are predicted to win or lose by a specific margin. To get spreads that they think will bring the predicted final score the closest to even, oddsmakers try to arrive at a precise number line.
NFL games frequently feature a +7 margin because a touchdown and a successful extra point are scored. It is also seen in other sports. If the spread is +7, the underdog must either win the game handily or suffer a loss of fewer than seven points to make up the difference. The favourite needs to win by more than seven points to cover.
Spread bet odds typically fall between -120 and +100, which is considered to be a very respectable range. This has a major impact on how much you can win on a single wager against the spread, depending on whether you are a bettor looking to win one unit on a bet or gamble a unit on all bets.
Since they are the favourites, betting on a team with negative odds is typically a safer choice.
It's quite simple to place a wager on the winner using the Moneyline system. A Moneyline wager disregards the points spread, which is dependent on who wins and by how much.
The odds display the potential return on each wager. The likelihood of an event occurring is also represented by its chances. The likelihood of the event occurring increases with decreasing odds.
These probabilities might be expressed as positive or negative numbers (e.g. -200 or 200). Favourable odds reflect how much profit would be made on a $100 bet, while negative odds show how much money would need to be wagered to make a profit of $100.