Propositional Spread Bet Examples – Collect 100 Times Your Bet!

Sports Spread betting offers online spread دانلود وان ایکس بت with a wide range of options. The Sporting Index website has a unique collection of these options or propositions that can payout up to 100 times your stake.

The number of these option bets or Props for NFL markets are numerous. The range of some of these wagers are listed under their own terminology. They include Supremacy, Total Points, Touchdown Shirt Numbers, Handicap, Performance, Win Index, Multi Points, First Quarter Points and more. Do not confuse these with the Prop wagers you see for the Superbowl every year although some are similar but the payouts are much higher with more risk. This is an extreme high risk-reward betting platform that presents sophisticated options for generating huge profits or losses.

Laying minus 110 to win even money is a sound and safe program for the average bettor. Even the conservative professional uses patience and discipline to earn a winning percentage. But there are options on the spread betting board that can return 100 times your stake on the listed proposition. This is not some obscure bet that has longshot odds of 100 to 1. It does happen most Sundays on NFL games. It can happen on low scoring or high scoring games. The payout usually lands between 50 and 100 times your wager — especially when a team gets shut-out in the first or second half and you “sold your position” or you bet under on this particular option called Multi Points.

“It is a prediction on the outcome of multiplying the points scored by a team in the first half by the points scored by the same team in the second half”. This prediction is the actual spread numbers that are listed depending on a teams perceived offense and defense. Some real examples of these spread numbers for November 21 are:

NY Giants Multi Points — Sell 110 — Buy 130. Results were 3 x 14 equals 42. Final score was Eagles 27 and Giants 17. Giants had 3 points in first half and 14 in second half. If you bet the Sell option on Giants at 110 you were under by 68 points (110 minus 42 equals 68). A $10 wager would return $680. If you bet the Buy option at 130 points, you lost 88 times your money (130 – 42 = 88)

Phil. Eagles Multi Points — Sell 150 — Buy 170. Results were 13 x 14 equals 182. If you bet the Sell option on Eagles at 150 you lost 32 times your bet (182 – 150) since you bet under 150 and the result went over 150 by 32 points. If you bet the Buy option, you won 12 times your bet since you bet over 170 points.

San Francisco was Sell 110 – Buy 130. If you placed Sell at 110 you won 100 times your wager since San Fran was shut out both halves and lost 21 – 0 to Tampa Bay. You only needed one half – first or second – to get a zero result. The most important rule to remember is when multiplying first half by second half, any number times zero is equal to zero. Your actual Sell bet was 110 minus 0 equals 110 times your bet but they cap this at maximum of 100 times win or lose.

Cinn. Bengals had 28 first half points and zero second half points. Their option was Sell 190 – Buy 210. The final result was 28 x 0 equals 0. If you bet the Sell option at 190, you won 100 times your stake. Again, you won 190 times your wager but all wins or losses have a maximum cap of 100 times you bet. If you bet the Buy option at 210, you were looking very good at half-time. Even if the Bengals scored only 10 points in second half you would have total of 28 x 10 equals 280 points minus your 210 wager would provide 70 times your stake. In the same game, if you bet Buffalo Bills at Buy 220 your profit was 100 times your money. Bills first half was 14 times second half of 35 points equaled 490 total – way over the 220.

It basically boils down to betting under or Sell the number to betting over or Buy the number. However, as you can see it provides a stimulating risk-reward result option compared to a standard over or under wager for even money. For more information or clarification with these advanced betting options, please email me anytime.

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