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    CamNewtonOutfit
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    Moneyline vs runline

    Moneyline vs runline which one is better or is there really any difference?

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    Slanina
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    Too many variables to answer. But if you're stuck between deciding, find a book that offers -1 lines.

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    LT Profits
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slanina View Post
    Too many variables to answer. But if you're stuck between deciding, find a book that offers -1 lines.
    In reality they ALL do, even if they don't directly. If they do not offer -1, create it yourself with combination of favorite ML and RL.

    For example, let's say you want Team A -1 to win 100 and book has ML -130 and -1.5 +160. You would bet 50 to win 38.46 on ML and 38.46 to win 61.54 at -1.5. If team covers -1.5, you win 100. If team wins by 1, you break even (effectively pushing -1). Total risk is 88.46 so bet is effectively -1 +113ish.

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    Slanina
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    Funny you mention that, LT. That's what I have to do tonight on the Seattle game. -140 is my ML cutoff.

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