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WiskyBadgers | |

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#1This works for an online account. Basically if you like a side, just make it a parlay with a total that has a 1/2 point on it. For example if you like Louisville -3 tonight and you were planning on betting $110 on Louisville to win $100. Find any game with a total that has a 1/2 point on it. Bet $50 parlay on Louisville/Under and another $50 on Louisville/Over. You are guaranteed not to push on the total as long as you select a game with a 1/2 point on the total. If Louisville covers the spread, you will win one of your bets at 2.6:1 paying out $180. You will lose the other $50. Instead of wagering $110 to win $100, you have instead wagered $100 to win $130. Take that online books! |

VegasMaxx | |

All-Star |
#2winning $50 parlay pays $130 Losing parlay loses $50 You win $80 You risk 100 to win 80 |

Bengalfan9 | |

Veteran |
#3 |

err | |

Captain |
#4 |

WiskyBadgers | |

Rookie |
#5QUOTE Originally Posted by VegasMaxx:winning $50 parlay pays $130 Losing parlay loses $50 You win $80 You risk 100 to win 80 Add your $50 winning wager back. |

bigstork311 | |

Rookie |
#6QUOTE Originally Posted by VegasMaxx:winning $50 parlay pays $130 Losing parlay loses $50 You win $80 You risk 100 to win 80
Thats what I was thinking? |

WiskyBadgers | |

Rookie |
#7QUOTE Originally Posted by
I use Betus and have been doing it for years. |

WiskyBadgers | |

Rookie |
#8 |

koko11 | |

Veteran |
#9QUOTE Originally Posted by WiskyBadgers:Add your $50 winning wager back. That $50 is not profit.. It was already yours so you make $80... If you have been doing this for year you have been cheating yourself out of a lot of money.. |

PINNACLE | |

Veteran |
#10Seriously ????? This is worse than if I had to pay more than the standard 10 cents. C'mon people. |

WiskyBadgers | |

Rookie |
#11Let me dumb this down for you all. $10 Parlay Louisville & Under $10 Parlay Louisville & Over Risking $20 to Win $26 vs. Risking $20 to Win $18 on straight wager. |

WiskyBadgers | |

Rookie |
#12I can't believe if you people can't understand this, you must have problems counting how many units you are down. Are all of you fools above ready to eat your words yet, or still getting your calculators out yet. |

highlander | |

Prospect |
#13You sir.....are a moron. Maxx is right. You profit 130 on the one bet and then lose the 50 on the other bet. 130-50 = 80 thus 100 to win 80 = losing 11 cents for every dollar. |

vinnydiesel | |

Prospect |
#14 |

jfio626 | |

Veteran |
#15 |

bigstork311 | |

Rookie |
#16 |

highlander | |

Prospect |
#17 |

haithuy | |

Rookie |
#18 |

sims_key | |

MVP |
#19caption: "i thought i was cool with this great thing, but it exploded in my face." |

KVEGAS | |

Captain |
#20this might be the most epic fail in the history of covers. please let this make the archives. the best part.. 'I've been doing this for years..." LMFAO. I HOPE NOT. |

chmura89 | |

Prospect |
#21Risking $20 straight up to win $18.18, you now have $38.18 in the account. Help me where my thought process is off... |

IgetMoney101 | |

Captain |
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haithuy | |

Rookie |
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KVEGAS | |

Captain |
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bigstork311 | |

Rookie |
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