Sport Betting Odds Provides Hockey Odds and Gambling Odds

If hockey lines have been chosen, the following information will be contained within the line (from left to right). If you’re not sure how to access and view lines, refer to Selecting Lines .

Displayed at the top left corner of each set of lines (e.g., Full Game, 1st Half, 2nd Period, Event Proposition), the event part indicates which portion of the event the corresponding lines are applicable to. If the event part indicates 1st Half, any wagers made on the corresponding lines will be based on the 1st Half result only. If a proposition is indicated, the corresponding lines offer propositions to wager on.

Refer to Miscellaneous Propositions and Event Propositions for more information. This line part indicates the approximate date and time that the event is scheduled to start. This line part indicates the system number generated for a specific event. This number will correspond with the ticket number that is generated when your bet is placed. This line part indicates the teams competing in the event. The top team is always the visiting team. The bottom is always the home team. The team with the negative value (-) in the Money Line is the favourite.

The team with positive value (+) is the underdog. The Point Spread column displays the point spread of the line on the left hand side and the money line corresponding to the spread on the right side.  The information about the odds should be available at the scoreboard at Judi Bola Online site. The wagering of the amount Is done as per the odds displaying at the board. With the knowledge, the winning chances of the players increases.  The participation in the leagues and tournaments is effective. 

 Point Spread:

 In hockey, a negative numeral (e.g., -2 ) adjacent to a team indicates the team is favoured by the number of goals specified (e.g., 2 goals). A positive numeral (e.g., +2) indicates that the team is an underdog by the number of goals specified (e.g., 2 goals). In this example, the favoured team must win by more than 2 goals for a successful wager. The underdog must win or lose by less than 2 goals to pay out. If the winning margin is exactly 2 goals, the wager is scored as a push (i.e., no payout). Money Line:

 The amount of the payout is determined by the accompanying money line on the right. A negative (-) numeral (e.g., -110 ) indicates that the amount of the wager will exceed the amount of the payout (e.g., a $110 wager will pay out $100). A positive (+) numeral (e.g., +110) indicates that the amount of the payout will exceed the amount of the wager (e.g., a $100 wager will pay out $110). If you wish to wager on this part of the line, click the check box to the immediate left of the point spread figure that you have chosen. The Point Spread column displays the point spread of the line on the left hand side and the Money Line corresponding to the spread on the right side. Point Spread:

In hockey, a negative numeral (e.g., -2 ) adjacent to a team indicates the team is favoured by the number of goals specified (e.g., 2 goals). A positive numeral (e.g., +2) indicates that the team is an underdog by the number of goals specified (e.g., 2 goals). In this example, the favoured team must win by more than 2 goals for a successful wager. The underdog must win or lose by less than 2 goals to pay out. If the winning margin is exactly 2 goals, the wager is scored as a push (i.e., no payout). Money Line:

With the American Puck, the accompanying money line is even money (EV). Therefore, if $100 is wagered on the favourite and they cover the point spread, $100 is paid out. The same holds true for a wager on the underdog. EV indicates a pick scenario where neither team is favoured. If you wish to wager on this part of the line, click the check box to the immediate left of the point spread figure that you have chosen. This line part displays the Over (O) and Under (U) options, the numeral that is stipulated for the Totals total of the contest, and the money line corresponding to the Over/Under on the right side. 

 Over/Under – Total:

 If the numeral displayed is 4 and you place a wager on the Over option, the total number of goals scored must exceed 4 to win. For an Under selection, 3 or less goals are required. If exactly 4 goals are scored, the Over/Under wager is scored as a push (i.e., no payout).

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