TomG
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September 26th, 2021 at 1:19:40 PM permalink
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Isn't this already available almost everywhere? Just put six bets on a ticket and round robin them by 5s. Small payout if five winners and much bigger payout if there are six.

I do not know that play, can you explain, por favor?

Pretty much exactly as I already said: put six bets on a ticket. If five of them win, get back a little; if six of them win, get back a lot. If they are all -110 lines and all six win, it pays back about 24.33 to 1. If five win, it pays back something like 3.33 to 1. Can be done with any number of bets over 3, with many different payout options, all based on odds bet and risk assumed. I'm sure an online search could provide better a lot more details.
AZDuffman
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September 26th, 2021 at 1:37:10 PM permalink
Quote: TomG

Pretty much exactly as I already said: put six bets on a ticket. If five of them win, get back a little; if six of them win, get back a lot. If they are all -110 lines and all six win, it pays back about 24.33 to 1. If five win, it pays back something like 3.33 to 1. Can be done with any number of bets over 3, with many different payout options, all based on odds bet and risk assumed. I'm sure an online search could provide better a lot more details.

Hard to believe I have not seen or heard of such a thing. I gotta check this out.
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unJon
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September 26th, 2021 at 1:55:00 PM permalink
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Pretty much exactly as I already said: put six bets on a ticket. If five of them win, get back a little; if six of them win, get back a lot. If they are all -110 lines and all six win, it pays back about 24.33 to 1. If five win, it pays back something like 3.33 to 1. Can be done with any number of bets over 3, with many different payout options, all based on odds bet and risk assumed. I'm sure an online search could provide better a lot more details.

Hard to believe I have not seen or heard of such a thing. I gotta check this out.

In other words, instead of making a 6 team parlay, you take the 6 teams and make six 5 team parlays out of them, one for each possible combination.
The race is not always to the swift, nor the battle to the strong; but that is the way to bet.
AZDuffman
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September 26th, 2021 at 2:03:08 PM permalink
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Quote: TomG

Pretty much exactly as I already said: put six bets on a ticket. If five of them win, get back a little; if six of them win, get back a lot. If they are all -110 lines and all six win, it pays back about 24.33 to 1. If five win, it pays back something like 3.33 to 1. Can be done with any number of bets over 3, with many different payout options, all based on odds bet and risk assumed. I'm sure an online search could provide better a lot more details.

Hard to believe I have not seen or heard of such a thing. I gotta check this out.

In other words, instead of making a 6 team parlay, you take the 6 teams and make six 5 team parlays out of them, one for each possible combination.

Oh, someone should have just said it that way in the first place lol.

I have already been doing forms of this in the first place. Thank you for showing I am the degenerate sports better I thought I was....
All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others
ben771williams
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October 12th, 2021 at 3:53:54 AM permalink
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AZDuffman
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