Does anyone know what the DK odds are for Georgia to win the national title? I’m thinking about going down to Lake Charles and placing a bet at the Draftkings Sportsbook.
I would be curious.
I would guess that unless it is a big bet, winnings wont cover the gas to get there and back with Georgia being such a media favorite.
What does -260 mean on the moneyline? $260 to win what?
-260 means if you bet $100 dollars and you win, you’ll get back $138. Those aren’t good odds. I wouldn’t bet that.
I saw Georgia -130. Which means you bet $130 to win $100. TCU is +1800 if anyone is feeling froggy.
If the Line is ( – 260) it means you have to bet 260.00 to win 100.00. Pretty sure it still works thst way. I stopped betting n keeping up w that for 20+ yrs now. Maybe @lowbehold or someone else on here that bets on occasion can confirm.
American, or moneyline, odds show you how much money you can win on a $100 bet. As their name suggests, they are used by American sportsbooks.
In American Odds you will either see a (+) or a (-). This means that if you bet $100 on a match with odds of +130 that when the bet wins you will receive $130.
On the flip side, the negative odd indicates that on a bet with odds of -130 that you must bet $130 in order to win $100 on a winning bet.
You want at least even money.
Thks . As I expected it still worked the same way.
Good explanation of even money odds.
The spread is even money minus the juice.
That’s the same conversion.
I don’t know but that 9.5 spread between UM & TCU is looking pretty tasty
I see how you meant now. Thought you were saying win 138.00 + the 100.00 you put down. U meant 138.00 total. All good!
It isn’t clear which direction you’d go on that bet. I’d take TCU and the points.
If I were setting the line, I’d put it at Michigan -5.5 over TCU.
TCU and the points would be a solid bet there. Vegas usually knows, but there may be too much stock in that Ohio State game.
Our Cougar spread vs Ooh-La-La is 3.5.
How do we feel about that?
It’s now at 6 1/2. Very quick adjustment by the books.
So how would we bet on 6.5?
Coogs or Cajuns?