One round robin is one way of betting multiple parlays at the same time. Essentially, the bettor selects between three to eight teams as well as selecting various parlays of about two to six teams. For instance, one round robin can consist of betting on two-team parlays (three) on a given weekend during the NFL season. Thanks to round robins, bettors can get money, even if one out of the parlays loses. Most bettors do not usually use the round robin.
- The Futures
One future bet is one that the bettor puts a wager on one event that happens in days, months, or weeks. The most typical future bets are settled on what team can win the finals before one season starts. For instance, the odds so that the New England Patriots can win the SuperBowl in the season of 2019 are 6.5 or +650 to 1. When you bet $100 before one season begins and the Patriots win, then you will get $750 (the $100 wagered and the $650 payout). When you wait until the time the two SuperBowl teams get decided, then their odds may be between +/- 150.
Thus, futures should be put when you consider you know the outcome of one future event before the players or teams are even decided, as the payouts are far more extensive than traditional bets
For some other popular futures, they are under/ over total team wins, division/conference winner, MVP odds, as well as player averages over one season.
- Prop Bets
One prop bet is one bet that sheds light on something other than the game’s outcome. Prop bet’s most common type is how one individual player performs. Some examples would be: Which team to score first in one match? How many points can Steph Curry score?