Entering Zero in Betting Lines on MyBookie Sportsbook [Quick Explanation]: a blog on how to play betting lines against the zero.
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Entering Zero in Betting Lines on MyBookie Sportsbook [Quick Explanation]
For those of you who are unfamiliar with “Zero”, this is a common way to bet on sports in Europe and South America. It has recently gained popularity in the US thanks to online sportsbooks that allow for this type of wager.
But what does it mean?
Zero is a betting option that allows you to make two bets for the price of one. You can choose whether or not the favorite or underdog will win at exactly zero points. For example, if you were betting on a soccer match between Liverpool and Manchester United, both teams could win at 0-0 (zero). Or if you were betting on an NFL game between the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys, both teams could win by exactly 3 points.
It sounds complicated but it’s actually very simple. The over/under is always set at zero so there’s no point spread to worry about, just the moneyline odds which are usually around -110/+110 on both sides (but can vary depending on the event).
To place your bet simply go into your account and select “sports” from the top menu bar. Then click “soccer”, “football” or whatever sport you want to
What is a zero in betting lines? You may be reading this article because you saw the word ‘zero’ in your betting line on MyBookie and you’re not sure what it is. Well, I’m here to explain it to you.
The first thing to understand about a zero in a betting line is that it’s not actually zero. The zero represents a push. This isn’t the same as breaking even, though, because of the house edge.
Essentially, if you place a bet on one team and they win by exactly the margin of victory displayed in the betting line, then your bet is considered a push, or no action. In terms of payouts, this means that you get back all of your money from the bookmaker (minus juice). For example, if I were to place $10 on Team A at -7 and they ended up winning by exactly 7 points (20-13), then I would receive $10 back from MyBookie ($10 returned + $0 in winnings – $1 juice = $9 total profit).
You might be wondering why anyone would want to bet on a zero. It’s pretty simple: You can make money off of them! Obviously exploiting these bets requires doing some additional research into how
If you’re reading this, you probably have a functioning knowledge of sports betting, and I’m not going to insult your intelligence by explaining how odds work. What I will explain is why entering zero lines on MyBookie Sportsbook is profitable.
Let’s start with a reminder of how the vig works. Let’s say that the Patriots are -3 on the spread against the Dolphins in Week 8. This means New England must win by more than 3 points for a bet on them to cover the spread. Conversely, Miami must either win outright or lose by fewer than 3 points for a bet on them to cover the spread.
The “juice” or “vig” is always built into each line, and it can be thought of as a commission paid to the sportsbook for their services. In this example, let’s say that Patriots -3 has a vig of -110 (meaning that you would have to pay $110 to win $100). When you click on Patriots -3, here is what happens:
– Your selection automatically converts to Patriots -3 (-110).
– The “bet slip” will show your bet as Patriots -3 (-110) for $100 [the maximum amount allowed on this line].
Thursday night football is back in action and what better way to start the new season with a great match up between two of the best teams in the NFL. The opening game of this season was the New England Patriots vs. Miami Dolphins.
This is a great game for bettors because it means that you can take advantage of the zero lines on MyBookie Sportsbook. If you are new to online sports betting, then you may be wondering what these zero lines are all about.
Here is how it works: when you place a bet on any sporting event, you will find that your odds will vary depending on where you place your bet. For example, if you wanted to place a bet on the Patriots -12.5 point spread, then that means that they would have to win by at least 13 points or more for your wager to pay off.
If the Patriots were favored by 12.5 points over the Dolphins and the line was at -16.5 points, then that would mean that Miami would have to win by 17 points or more for your wager to pay off. Now, if both teams are listed as favorites and they end up losing their games by less than 16 points, then this is known as a push
I will quickly show you how to place a bet on mybookie.ag that would make you win every time or at least most of the time.
Let’s say it’s Thursday, and there are two games being played. The odds for each game are:
Carolina Panthers +4 -110
Tennessee Titans -4 -110
Miami Dolphins +3 -110
Buffalo Bills -3 -110
The easiest way to place a bet that will make you win every time is to place a moneyline bet on the zero value. However, in order for the zero value to win, all four teams must lose. We don’t want this because we still need to pay out the vigorish (vig). That means one team has to win, but we need to choose the right team that would make us win regardless.
To do this, we would have to do some math. Let’s use a $50 bet as an example. So, if Carolina wins, we would win 50 * (-110) = 454545454.54545455 and if Tennessee loses, we would lose 50 * 110 = 5000 If Miami wins, we would win 50 * (-110) = 454545454.54545455 and if Buffalo
Fantasy football is a game that you play against other people, but in a way I’m not convinced it has much to do with the actual sport of football.
The real NFL, like any competitive sports league, is always trying to prevent one team from winning by a huge margin. That’s why they have a draft and a salary cap and other rules designed to make sure the best teams aren’t too good and the worst teams aren’t too bad.
Fantasy football, on the other hand, rewards teams who win huge. If you have all your players active for a given week and you score over 100 points when your opponent only scores 40, you get bonus points just for blowing them out. There are no rules to prevent one team from being better than another. In fact, there are rules designed to encourage that kind of thing.
So when I watch football now, I find myself rooting for huge losses rather than close games. When both my fantasy team and my friend’s fantasy team have players on the same team, naturally we root for them to win (we want our players to get points), but we want their win to be decisive. We want that game to be over quickly so we can move on