Reverse Bets

     Reverse bets are types of bets that contain two If Win, Tie or Cancel bets which may be sides or totals. If the initial reverse bet wins, ties or cancels, you will then have action on your second reverse bet. At the same time, if your second reverse bet wins, ties or cancels, you will also have action on your initial reverse bet. Reverse bets are essentially two straight bets and the total amount of the reverse will be the amount of each straight bet. The maximum risk involved is twice the highest risk of your two bets. The maximum you can win is twice the winning of each team.*


Reverse Bet

2 Team Reverse for $500
Pick
Line Odds Risk Win Max Risk Max Win
Sacramento Kings
+6 ½ -110 550 500 1200 2000
Marlins/ Cubs Total
8 -120 600 500

Reverse Bet Possibilities

1. The Sacramento Kings do not lose the game by more than 6 points. You win this bet. The Marlins/Cubs total is over 8. You win this bet too. In this scenario you win the maximum of $2,000. Basically, you win twice on each team because of the conditional nature of these bets.

2. The Sacramento Kings lose the game by 20 points. You lose this bet and action does not carry down to your second bet. The Marlins/Cubs total is only 5. You lose this bet and action does not carry over to your initial bet. In this scenario you lose $1,150 because you lose once on each bet.

3. The Sacramento Kings lose the game by 20 points. You lose this bet and action does not carry down to your second bet. The Marlins/Cubs total is 8. You push on this bet and action does carry to your initial bet. In this scenario you lose $1,100 because you lost twice on the Sacramento Kings.

4. The Sacramento Kings do not lose the game by more than 6 points. You win this bet and action carries down to your second bet. The Marlins/Cubs total is 8. You push on this bet and action carries to your initial bet. In this scenario you win $1,100 because you won twice on the Sacramento Kings.

5. The Sacramento Kings lose the game by 20 points. You lose this bet and action does not carry down to your second bet. The Marlins/Cubs total is over 8. You win this bet and action carries to your initial bet. In this scenario you lost $600 because you won once on the Marlins/Cubs, but you lost twice on the Sacramento Kings.

*A $100 Reverse has a maximum win of $400 and a maximum risk of $220