'Long odds' is another way of saying odds against, or that it is a long shot if this bet wins out. If there is a massive mismatch between two teams, with one favourite to win by a long way, the odds on that stronger team will likely be short odds.
What does a +150 betting line mean?
A moneyline is simply a bet type that only includes odds, as in “odds to win”. Example: a moneyline of +150, is just +150 odds ($100 to win $150) for the listed team to win. A moneyline of -150 is just -150 odds ($150 to win $100) for the listed team to win.
What does 300 or longer mean sports betting?
What about 'longer odds'? Longer odds means the same thing as minimum odds. It means that the odds have to be risker than what is listed. In example, if you need '-300 or longer odds,' you'd have to choose a bet that is -300 or more positive: -250 would work, +100 would also work, but -350 wouldn't qualify.
What do the betting lines mean?
A betting line is a number set by oddsmakers to represent the expected outcome of a particular event. The line is used as a reference point for people placing bets on the event and can be used to calculate the potential payout for a given bet based on the odds and the amount of money wagered.
What does lengthen your odds over 5 mean?
Get Mega Odds On A Favourite With the “Lengthen The Odds” promotion, you can get much greater odds if you think the horse will win by a decent margin. 5/2 to win by 0.5 lengths or more. 7/2 to win by 1 length or more. 5/1 to win by 1.5 lengths or more. 7/1 to win by 2 lengths or more.
What does +1.5 mean on betting line?
When betting on an MLB run line, +1.5 means that the underdog team must either win the game outright or lose the game by one run or less in order for the bet to be successful. With a run line, also called “against the spread,” the spread is almost always 1.5 runs.