Congratulations goes out to Reece Roberts as he predicted the SF Giants to win the World Series in 4 games!
Good thing I took his advise, as I thought initially the series had 7 games written all over it! I did tell Reece however “IF” SF won that game 3… It was going to be a SWEEP.. So we cashed in very nicely last night.
Let’s talk parlay club for a moment. We started the club last week and it’s a great value BTW… After the first five parlays – we stand at 2-3 and +$190 based on $100 per bet.
Now let’s look at this and the actual plays involved in these five parlays:
1) Miami-Ohio & Oregon
2) Auburn & Ohio st.
3) Houston U. & Under GA/FLA
4) Eagles & Under Eagles/Falcons
5) NYG & Over Giants/Cowboys
Parlay bettors won parlays #1 & #5 but lost parlays #2 – #3 & #4
Thats how we came up with the 2-3 parlay record and the +$190.00 profit based on $100 per parlay and some half point buying that we did on parlay #1 **note** had we not bought the points in parlay #1 the numbers would have been 2-3 for +$220.00
So from this point forward it’s up to the clients whether they choose to buy points or not. But in all reality we can’t control what our clients do with our plays, we just try to win them money!
If you chose to bet all five parlays and all 10 bets straight for regular odds and for all $100 per bet the net result would have been:
8-7 for +$380.00
So in all reality and in hindsight I hope you did that – because you would have made more money, but I did not advise it – so I do not count it that way.
The eight wins:
1. Parlay #1 plus $260.00
2. Miami-Ohio plus $100.00
3. Oregon plus $100.00
4. Ohio St. plus $100.00
5. Under GA/FLA plus $100.00
6. Parlay #5 plus $260.00
7. NYG plus $100.00
8. Over NYG/Dallas +$100.00
The seven losses:
1. Parlay #2 -$100
2. Auburn -$110
3. Parlay #3 -$100
4. Houston U. -$110
5. Parlay #4 -$100
6. Eagles -$110
7. Under Eagles/Falcons -$110
Resulting in the 8-7 record +$380.00
I advise all players today to maybe consider “IF BETS” as a tool to use.
Maybe a “TIP” rather than advise.
If you have no idea what a “IF BET” is – then just do a engine search and it can be explained to you better.
“IF BETS” are good if your sports book balance is low – but you want action on other games, but ONLY – IF you win the first game of the “IF BET”…
For example – you received my email and parlay #1 was enclosed – you really did not have a strong opinion on the games involved (Miami-Ohio & Oregon) but you wanted to wager $100 and did not want to chance it in a parlay. So you really thought Oregon was the better play – but did not want to miss out if Miami-Ohio cashed either.
Problem was they both kicked off around the same time!
A “IF BET” would have been the option you needed.
You would have made Oregon your first part of the IF BET and Miami-Ohio the second part of the IF BET, meaning you would risk $110 to win $100 and you could do the same on Miami-Ohio ONLY IF – Oregon covered the spread!
Once Oregon covered you won $100 and now have $110 to win $100 on Miami-Ohio no matter the start time. However if Oregon lost – there would be no bet on Miami-Ohio and the damage would only be -$110 you lost on Oregon.
The end result of a “IF BET” involving Oregon and Miami-Ohio would be 2-0 plus $200.00 (no matter who was the first or second part of it) since they both won.
A “IF BET” helps control your bankroll and limits damage, since you only have action if first part wins.
A parlay has action after the first game wins and can be lost if the second play losses.
Using the same two games as examples:
You bet both in a parlay for $100 you risk $100 and won $260.00
You bet both games “STRAIGHT” for $100 you risk $220 and won $200
You bet both games in a “IF BET” you risk $110 and won $200
Bad part of a “IF BET” is if game 1 losses and game 2 won!
Since you listed the losing team first the bet is FINAL and -$110.00 no matter if the second team covers.
A parlay would lose $100 if first team lost and second team won.
And same situation betting both games straight you would have action on second game and would go 1-1 for -$10
Most books offer a “reverse if – bet” it allows you to have (2) “IF BETS” going at the same time and will use each game as the first part on both bets..
First bet Oregon 1st – Miami 2nd &
Second bet it’s reversed to have Miami 1st and Oregon 2nd….
But you do not want to bet full amounts on a “REVERSE IF BET”…
Because it would not make sense to do so!
But if you did a $50 “reverse if bet” it would make sense.. Because you would be risking the same $110 to win the same $200
But to bet big on a reverse would be risking too much and basically killing the reasons you bet “IF BETS” to begin with.
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