Online Bookie Tips: Combine These 3 Events Into a Cross Parlay For More Cash

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Oct/05/2017

Three sports events happening this Sunday on October 8 could be combined to form a parlay that most individual bettors won’t hit.
 

The reason is because to get all three events correct, one must have a lot of luck. Check out the events.

Event #1:  NFL Green Bay at Dallas

Green Bay is a +2 dog versus the home team Dallas Cowboys. The Packers and Cowboys are two of the most popular teams in the NFL.

This projects to be the most bet single NFL game against the spread this Sunday. What it means is that many players are going to automatically put Green Bay and Dallas into their NFL parlays.

Adding this game should make players comfortable playing the promotional parlay.

Event #2:  MLB Houston at Boston

Houston at Boston is the only MLB game being played this Sunday. Luckily, both teams are popular. Boston figures to garner a ton of eyeballs.

Where eyeballs go, betting action follows. Both Houston and Boston have legitimate chances of winning the American League Pennant.

This game should be one that many sports fans follow, so adding them into a cross parlay should see action.

Event #3:  NHL Anaheim at Carolina

Interest will be high when Anaheim plays Carolina in the first week of the 2017-2018 NHL Season. Anaheim is one of the favorites to win the Stanley Cup this season.

Carolina isn’t a bad hockey team. As with the Houston at Boston baseball AL Divisional Series Game garnering interest from non-baseball fans, Anaheim versus Carolina could garner interest from individuals other than hockey fans.

What’s a Parlay Promotion?

A parlay promotion can be whatever the per head agent wants it to be. In many cases, a good parlay promotion simply offers better odds to win than what a normal parlay might offer.

If an agent offers 3-team parlays at 6 to 1, the agent should offer the 3-team parlay promotion above at either 6.5 to 1 or 7 to 1.

Agents must make sure that a certain betting amount is attached to the above parlay. It might be best to keep the betting amount at $10 to $20. At $10, the betting amount translates to a $70 payoff at 7 to 1. The winnings translate to a $140 payout at $20.

Use the above payouts as a guide. Remember, most players won’t hit a 3-sport cross parlay that involves the above events.

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