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Htown Tiger
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re: OFFICIAL Week 6 CFB bet thread™

How much will a ML parlay pay with West Virginia and Florida? Cause thats what I want.


HoLeInOnEr05
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re: OFFICIAL Week 6 CFB bet thread™
6.2/1


Boomdat
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re: OFFICIAL Week 6 CFB bet thread™
Northwestern +3
Michigan -3
Ohio State -3
WV Over 75
Oregon Over 65



HoLeInOnEr05
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re: OFFICIAL Week 6 CFB bet thread™


alfredblueforheisman
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re: OFFICIAL Week 6 CFB bet thread™
Thoughts on this tease:
Missouri -.5
Wv/Tx O69
Florida +8.5

ETA: Line change
This post was edited on 10/3 at 3:29 pm


alfredblueforheisman
Member since Aug 2010
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re: OFFICIAL Week 6 CFB bet thread™
So Georgia's WR is out for the year, and the line keeps moving in their direction? I dont understand. It's at USCE -1 now.


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HoLeInOnEr05
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re: OFFICIAL Week 6 CFB bet thread™
That Florida game scares the hell out of me. No way I put that in a teaser.

If I were you, I would tease that west Virginia line up.



alfredblueforheisman
Member since Aug 2010
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re: OFFICIAL Week 6 CFB bet thread™
quote:

That Florida game scares the hell out of me. No way I put that in a teaser.

If I were you, I would tease that west Virginia line up.



So you would tease that U81? Not expecting a big shootout?

I love my tigers, I think its a 24-20 LSU win. IMHO, I dont see us going to the swamp and winning by more than 4 or 5.


HoLeInOnEr05
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re: OFFICIAL Week 6 CFB bet thread™
No no no


I like your play teasing the over down ...

I'm saying I would tease the WVU +7 to WVU +14

Some others to think about using instead, would be Indiana to +23, Washington to +31, Miami to +19, and North Texas to +19.

I'm just saying I think there are safer bets out there to throw in with a teaser.


alfredblueforheisman
Member since Aug 2010
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re: OFFICIAL Week 6 CFB bet thread™
quote:

I'm saying I would tease the WVU +7 to WVU +14

Some others to think about using instead, would be Indiana to +23, Washington to +31, Miami to +19, and North Texas to +19.

I'm just saying I think there are safer bets out there to throw in with a teaser.


Roger that. Makes sense.

I have thought about Wash +31. Oregon has only covered once this year I believe and 30+ is alot of points to cover vs Wash.

Liking that WV line at +14 too.

Thanks for the tips.


alfredblueforheisman
Member since Aug 2010
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re: OFFICIAL Week 6 CFB bet thread™
What about UCLA at -2.5? Tease that to +3.5 is another thought.

I know many here are against teasing across the line, but I just dont see Cal winning that game period.


HoLeInOnEr05
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re: OFFICIAL Week 6 CFB bet thread™
Only time I cross a 0 is if I feel like the bookmakers missed the line. I just don't like it because it is a rivalry game, and it's Cal's homecoming.

I've been fairly successful this year in finding live dogs and teasing them up. No need to risk having your teaser busted up because you picked a game that was a crap shoot.


alfredblueforheisman
Member since Aug 2010
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re: OFFICIAL Week 6 CFB bet thread™
yeah good point.

so it's wash +31 or WV + 12.5 then. hmmmmm....maybe both


HoLeInOnEr05
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re: OFFICIAL Week 6 CFB bet thread™
I don't like that 12.5 number at all ...

Also, you may want to look at teasing Boise St down. They shouldn't have a problem with Southern Miss.


alfredblueforheisman
Member since Aug 2010
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re: OFFICIAL Week 6 CFB bet thread™
Loving Boise right there.

Locked in O69wv/tx, Missouri -.5, Boise -4


dcrews
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re: OFFICIAL Week 6 CFB bet thread™
Can someone give me a basic run-down of Reverse Bets vs. Parlays

Assuming a two teamer with (-110): From what I gather, they are pretty much the same. A reverse bet is keeping your loss(es) lower if your two team bet splits, yet offering you a lower payout assuming both teams in your bet win.

With a paraly, you get a higher payout if both teams in your bet win, yet a more severe loss should one of the two bets lose.

Reverse Bet = hedging against splitting and accepting a lower win total (assuming both bets hit) because of it.

Am I missing another key component to either of these types of bets?


bamafan425
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Reverse bet is like a parlay kind of.

If you bet $5 on the reverse bet, and both hit, then you win $20.

If only one hits, then you lose $5.

If both lose, you lose $10.


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TigerTatorTots
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re: OFFICIAL Week 6 CFB bet thread™
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And what's with the fading UMASS still? Hasn't that lost like 3 weeks in a row now?

Fade Umass is profitable full season


dcrews
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re: OFFICIAL Week 6 CFB bet thread™
I should have bet on the color of Romeny's tie. I thought for sure it would be red


TotallyTigers
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re: OFFICIAL Week 6 CFB bet thread™
first Week 6 play locked in:

Risk $25.00 To Win $56.25
4 Team Teaser (ties win) Teaser tw 7fb & 5½bk

Washington U +31 * vs Oregon
West Virginia +14 * vs Texas
West Virginia/Texas Over 68 *
Purdue +10 * vs Michigan


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