Kentucky Derby 2011

If Bets (Football, Basketball, Baseball, and Hockey)

An If Bet consists of two straight bets joined together by an IF CLAUSE. That is, if the customer’s first play is a win or a push, then we process his second wager. In If Bets the player gets Double Action (wager goes on only if the first one wins, ties orcancels).

Each of the bets in the If Bet must be for the same amount or less than the first one, he cannot change each subsequent one to a higher amount; however, when you have money lines you have to be careful and see if the customer is taking only dogs, only favorites or a combinations of both.

If Bets can be used for all of the four major sports (Football, Basketball, Baseball & Hockey), except circled games; and there is no buying points allowed. The advantage of placing an If Bet is that the customer can make sure to get action on all of the games that he is interested in. Sometimes he will have a pending wager that hasn’t been reconciled and there can be a game going of the board, so if he places an If Bet he will not have any kind of problem whatsoever.

Example

If bets are combinations of 2 Straight Bets/Sidebets. You can use multiple sports in your combinations.

If Bets

Combinations

Odds for a $100 Bet

If win or Tie

$110 to win $100

If Win only

$110 to win $100

If Lose or Tie

$110 to win $100

If Lose only

$110 to win $100

Example

Teams

Line

Price

Total

Price

San Diego Chargers

+7½

-110

35

-110

Oakland Raiders

-7

-110

44

-110

USC Trojans

-9

-110

41

-110

Arizona Wildcats

+2

-110

51

-110

Bet example: 2-Team If Bet.

If San Diego Chargers +7½ Win only Risking $110. to win $100.

Next bet: USC Trojans over 41 Risking $110 to win $100.

If the first bet is a winner then your second bet will have action.