Definition of bet (Entry 2 of 3) transitive verb. 1 a : to stake on the outcome of an issue or the performance of a contestant. b : to be able to be sure that —usually used in the expression you bet you bet I'll be there. 2 a : to maintain with or as if with a bet. b : to make a bet with. c : to make a bet on.
v. bet bet•ted, bet•ting, v.t. 1. to wager with (someone). 2. to maintain in or as if in a bet: I bet you forgot it. 3. Informal. to be able to feel certain that (used in the phrase you bet ). v.i. 4. to make a wager. n. 5. a pledge of a forfeit risked on some uncertain outcome; wager.
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Base Form (Infinitive): To Bet. Past Simple: Bet. Past Participle: Bet. 3rd Person Singular: Bets. Present Participle/Gerund:
Odds expression indicating return relative to a $100 bet. A point spread is used to make the matchup between two unbalanced teams more even. The odds available to bet before the event begins. The...
Say the Duke Blue Devils are -5 (-110) … that means if you want to bet on Duke as a 5-point favorite, you need to risk $110 to win $100. The juice can also be a positive number, such as Penn State -7 (+110). That means if you bet $100 on Penn State as a 7-point favorite and it covers, you win $110.
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• Volume betting leads to increased profits (9.5 times greater than NFL). • Avoid unfair betting odds with parlays and teasers. Stick to individual game bets. • Manage your bankroll. Bet between 1% and 5% of your bankroll per play. • Pay attention to divisional underdogs. Teams within the division play each other more often.