Boxing Betting Odds Explained

Money Line: In certain situations the odds-maker may set a “Money Line” bet alongside or instead of a point-spread If a match-up is determined by a Money Line, then it will cost more to win less on the favorite, and less to win more on the underdog. Since no point spread is involved, a customer simply selects a winner and is paid according to the “Money Line” the the odds-maker sets.

Money Line Wagers

The boxer wagered on just has to win the fight. The amount you lay or take for each fight may vary. The money line that is read to at the time of your wager is the money line you keep regardless of any line movement.

Example: The player wagers on Roy Jones -160 at Antonio Tarver +260. If Roy wins then the player would lay $160.00 to win $100.00. If the player bet on Tarver then the player would lay $100.00 to win $260.00

European Odds

All European football lines are quoted using European odds. European odds are slightly different than their North American money-line counterparts. American Money-line odds are expressed with a minus (-) or a plus (+) symbol. (i.e. -150 or +200). European Odds use a decimal, include the original stake in the odds, and omit the minus or plus.

Example 1: You wager on a team offered at 4.00. In European Odds this would means that for every $1.00 you wager (your stake), you get back $4.00 if they win – $3.00 plus your original $1.00 stake. If you lose, you lose your $1.00 wager.

Example 2: You wager on a team offered at 1.60. In European Odds this would means that for every $1.00 you wager (your stake), you get back $1.60 if you win – $0.60 plus your original $1.00 stake. If you lose, you lose your $1.00 wager.

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