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|Posted: Fri Jul 31st, 2020 09:07 pm||
Angelic Assassin wrote:Really hasn't affected me much at all other than ProLine which I mainly do on football with some hockey thrown in.
Betting on games. Maybe just a Canadian thing. Pick anywhere from 3 to 6 games, can be a mix of any sports that have games during a week. You can spread them out over the week or like I do for NFL pick 6 games off the Sunday games or the Monday nighter.
You pick WIN, LOSE OR TIE. Team has to win by 7 or more for a win. There are odds posted, like NE 2.5 to win over Cleveland and Cleveland is set at 7.0, say so higher payoff if Cleveland wins.
I normally play $5 and 6 games.
It's like a lottery ticket really. The system when your ticket is entered will multiply your $5 say x whatever the odds are for the games you picked.
Something like $5 x 2.5 × 5.0 × 1.6 × 4.0 × 4.0 × 5.0 or whatever they are and that number is your payoff. But you have to get every game on your ticket correct.
You can pick 6 sure fire favorites with the lowest odds and bet $5 buck and make maybe $50 or less.
On a couple of occasions I've won over $2000.00 in a weekend and back in the days of tie games in hockey won $660 by picking 6 games in hockey because I had Boston and Montreal as a tie game and Boston scored with 6 seconds left in the game to tie it.
There must be something similar in Murica.
The rules changed on how much could be bet at any one time years ago. I think the limit now is $50 but it was much higher at one time and these two guys in Toronto did nothing but handicap games and break things down and were spending big money and winning big. Ontario Lotteries got passed I guess, you really aren't supposed to win in their eyes, much like casinos. These guys had no jobs but were making a shitload of untaxable income because it's considered a lottery and therefore not taxed in Canada.
This thread was great till Rossi posted that AA ruined it.
Rossi=The Mouth That Bored