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MLB Free Betting Tip | Aug 28 , Aaron Toller.
Royals vs. Red Sox, Pick Total 9 un-105 at Pinnacle
NCAA-F Free Betting Tip | Sep 03 , Dennis Macklin.
Hawaii vs. Michigan, Pick Michigan -41-106 at Unibet
NCAA-F Free Betting Tip | Sep 03 , Jesse Schule.
Hawaii vs. Michigan, Pick Hawaii +41½-110 at Pinnacle
NCAA-F Free Betting Tip | Sep 03 , Sean Higgs.
LSU vs. Wisconsin, Pick Wisconsin +10-110 at Pinnacle
NCAA-F Free Betting Tip | Sep 03 , Jeff Allen.
Texas State vs. Ohio, Pick Ohio -21-110 at WilliamHill
NFLX Free Betting Tip | Aug 28 , Info Plays.
Bengals vs. Jaguars, Pick Jaguars -1½-106 at Unibet
NFLX Free Betting Tip | Aug 28 , Pure Lock.
Bengals vs. Jaguars, Pick Jaguars -1½-106 at Betfair
Soccer Free Betting Tip | Aug 29 , Red Dog Sports.
Sochaux vs. Brest, Pick Draw +201 at WilliamHill
Moneyline odds are favoured by American bookmakers. There are two possibilities, the figure quote can be either positive or negative. If the figure quoted is positive, the odds are quoting how much money will be won on a $100 wager (this is done if the odds are better than even). If the figure quoted is negative, then the moneyline odds are quoting how much money must be wagered to win $100 (this is done if the odds are worse than even). To convert moneyline to decimal odds it depends on whether it's positive or negative. If it's positive, you divide by 100 and add 1. +400 moneyline is the same as 5.0 in decimal odds. If the moneyline is negative, to convert, first remove the minus sign, then instead of dividing by 100, you take 100 and divide it by the moneyline amount, then you add 1. For example, -400 moneyline is 100/400 + 1 in decimal, or 1.25.
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