How do you gamble on sports games?

April 27, 2014

Gambling

Question by William: How do you gamble on sports games?
What do you have to do and where do you have to go? For example, if i bet 50 dollars on a team and the team wins, what do I get? What do I get if the team loses? and what about gambling on horse races. How does all this work?

Best answer:

Answer by LegFuJohnson
Lots of general questions…

The winnings and losings depend on what type of bet you are doing, and there are many kinds.

Gambling on horse racing is very different. Go to one of the million gambling websites, and read the rules on the different types of bets.

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2 Responses to “How do you gamble on sports games?”

  1. thehowtoguide Says:

    how much you win depends on the odd or tote. You will find the odds at at betting website, depending on the website you can choose fixed odds which will are set and will not fluctuate or the tote which will fluctuate up until the beginning of the race/game etc.

    Horse racing can appear difficult it has it’s own form guide and language. However here is a simple trick to help improve your odds. Scan down the form guide for a horse that has finished 32 in its last races (this means that in its last race it finished 2nd and in the race before that it finished 3rd). It has improving form. If the horse is racing the same distance it did in its last race eg 1400m and in similar conditions eg good and the jockey is reputable (check the race course website they will list the top performing jockeys at that track) then make a place bet on the horse – you are using all of the data to stack the odds in your favour. Don’t get greedy and bet on a win. Bet in small amounts eg $2.50 for the place. Over time your money will grow if you are disciplined in your choices.

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  2. Ryan G Says:

    Horse racing can appear difficult it has it’s own form guide and language. However here is a simple trick to help improve your odds. Scan down the form guide for a horse that has finished 32 in its last races (this means that in its last race it finished 2nd and in the race before that it finished 3rd). It has improving form. If the horse is racing the same distance it did in its last race eg 1400m and in similar conditions eg good and the jockey is reputable (check the race course website they will list the top performing jockeys at that track) then make a place bet on the horse – you are using all of the data to stack the odds in your favour. Don’t get greedy and bet on a win. Bet in small amounts eg $2.50 for the place. Over time your money will grow if you are disciplined in your choices.

    Reply

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