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« on: March 03, 2016, 04:56:50 PM »

Trying  a new sportsbook and found that they have +.75 wager in NHL. The wager states it includes overtime. I thought +.75 wager was to eliminate that outcome. Their odds posted were slightly higher than most books with +.5. I emailed them about this and gave me the rules section. They  did not tell me how they  would grade wager if the underdog loses by 1 goal in overtime. I thought draw to get to overtime should make it a winner in the first place.  Is it a misleading way to get a player to wager and make them have to win 2 times to get the wager in the first place? I would like some advice because several arb opportunities but I think it is a trap how it is stated.

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« Reply #1 on: March 04, 2016, 08:49:37 AM »

If it counts overtime, than in your case underdog loses after OT means your bet is half-lost. Different rules in NHL are always something you have to check carefully.

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