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    What happens to a moneyline wager than ends in a tie?

    ???

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    Its a push

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    Pushes

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    Push.

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    Push it what it is at Heritage.

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    wow I just dodged a huge $3100 money line wager on the 49ers. I should of lost it but I will gladly take the push

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urbanwildlife View Post
    Do they push it if it is a spread bet as well?
    Yea, if the spread is on a whole number...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urbanwildlife View Post
    Do they push it if it is a spread bet as well?
    Nope.

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    what happens if you have a bunch of in game plays at + odds like ex you take sf at +300 then st louis at +360 then san fran at +200 and you just kept doing this and it ended in a tie

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    However free play Moneyline bets lose on a push, so hopefully it was real money

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4TH AND STUPID View Post
    what happens if you have a bunch of in game plays at + odds like ex you take sf at +300 then st louis at +360 then san fran at +200 and you just kept doing this and it ended in a tie

    There all pushes

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4TH AND STUPID View Post
    what happens if you have a bunch of in game plays at + odds like ex you take sf at +300 then st louis at +360 then san fran at +200 and you just kept doing this and it ended in a tie
    All ML's are pushes.

    Spreads with plus points win.

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    Yes it was real money...push, I'll take that. Close call! I almost had a heart attack!

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    another BUMP........

    i didn't know this................ why isn't a moneyline favorite or underdog a LOSS when the game ties? aren't we betting on X team to win, which it didn't? does it make logical sense? or just how they do it?

    thx advance

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    They didn't lose either

    Quote Originally Posted by gojetsgomoxies View Post
    another BUMP........

    i didn't know this................ why isn't a moneyline favorite or underdog a LOSS when the game ties? aren't we betting on X team to win, which it didn't? does it make logical sense? or just how they do it?

    thx advance

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    A tie is a push, unless otherwise stated.

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    i think the reason they may do it that way is the bookmaker doesn't want the bad optics of middling the bets. i.e. not paying out either side.

    definitely there are 3 way markets in sports that often end in ties. soccer. formerly hockey.

    i know one thing that has tripped up ignorant friends of mine is regulation vs. full-time

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