In this section you have a brief description to know a little more about the common methods of placing bets on sporting events.
Betting on a parlay:
Betting at a sportsbook is very easy and the ticket writers will be happy to help you. For the convenience of both the house and player, the best way to make a wager is to use the numbers assigned to each team by the official Sports Schedule.
Wager on the money line
Make a straight moneyline bet
Straight moneyline wagering is available with just about every type of sports event, and even prefered in some. It is very straight forward and simple since the only requirement for victory is that you have the winning team when it's all said and done. Making a money line wager at a sportsbook is an easy process and ticket writers are more than willing to assist you. For the convenience of both the house and player, the best way to make a wager is to use the numbers assigned to each team by the official Sports Schedule.
Wager an NHL 1/2 puck & money line
Making an NHL 1/2 puck & money line wager
Betting on hockey is different from football and basketball since not enough points are scored to make the point spread wager feasible. Hockey has the additional complication of frequent ties and multiple betting systems; however, making a wager at a sportsbook is still an easy process.
Wager an MLB run line
Making an MLB run line wager
Betting the baseball runline is different from football, basketball and any other sport since not enough points are scored to make the point spread wager feasible.
Making an Over/Under wager
Without exception, wagering totals is the same from sport to sport, although some sports do from time to time ask for a different comeback on certain games.