How Do NFL Betting Odds Work?

In this video I will explain to you exactly how NFL betting odds work, and the easiest way to understand them. I go over what both the odds with the negative (-) sign means and what the odds…
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12 Responses

  1. Thundernoob88 says:

    So if you have to bet 110 dollars to only get 100 dollars, does that mean
    you cant bet on the favored team or your always going to lose money?

  2. Britten Adams says:

    Thanks

  3. Wayne Was says:

    what is when the book show 5 ov +100

  4. Doubleg123 says:

    Thanks, I could not find anyone to explain this to me,, again thanks,,,

  5. Bill Vallandingham says:

    Thank you. Now I know not to bet football.

  6. Arun Meena says:

    interesting points ,if anyone else trying to find out best sports betting
    strategies try Renkarter Sport Predict Report (should be on google have a
    look ) ? Ive heard some unbelievable things about it and my work buddy got
    excellent results with it.
    

  7. fishncapt26 says:

    Yo geek…I’ve got the jyst of it but can break down parleys? Like lets say
    a 3 game parley? Like how much laid and won and how do the odds and spreads
    etc factor in.do u just pick 3 winners or have be 3 beaters of spread
    winners? What’s the pay out say on 100 bones 3 game parley is that 300 won
    or do odds of each game influence it so there is no set formula due to
    varying of spreads or odds? Can u break it down like talkin to children
    please?? 

  8. Paul Christen says:

    @Paul Christen So if I pick Jon Jones to win I have to spend $1,100 just to
    earn a $100…wow

  9. f1rma says:

    Fantastic video! Very good, thanks champ!

  10. Paul Christen says:

    Wow,..that was a lot easier than I thought..Thanks!

  11. Paul Christen says:

    For UFC 159 5Dimes has Chael Sonnen @ +700 and Jon Jones @ -1100

  12. krsongs says:

    Wow that was easy… thank for showing us this!!

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