You have probably heard that there are several types of betting, including in-play, money line, and totals. You might be wondering what all of these terms mean and how they can be helpful. These terms describe sports wagers and include point spread, money line, and total. Each of these categories has specific rules for making bets on the different events. Listed below are a few of the terms that are used in sports betting. While they may sound complicated, they’re actually very simple.
In a two-team game, you can place your bet on either team’s final score or on the total. Over/under bets are placed on the total, which will either be over or under the set number. A team winning an over bet requires the final combined score to be higher than 66. For example, a team losing by two runs would lose a game if the combined score is under 66. When betting on the total, you’ll need to know how many runs the opposing team scores in order to place a winning bet.
In futures betting, you’ll be betting on an event that will happen later in the season. For example, if you were to bet on the Rams to win the Super Bowl in 2020, you’d be betting on the team’s win total a few weeks before the game. That would be considered a future, but the payout is less than the odds of winning an actual bet. In addition, you can bet on the winners of a division or championship.