In the world of sports betting a teaser allows you to add points on your sides and either add or subtract from the total points. They are very popular bets in Las Vegas sportsbooks and in the online gambling world. You must play between 2 and 10 plays and each betting wager must win. Unfortunately ties lose when betting a teaser in most places. Although you may find some sports betting teaser cards in Las Vegas that specify that ties win. But those propositions are very hard to find in sports betting and online gambling establishments. When your teaser includes a point spread, you can decrease the odds for the favorite or, conversely, increase the odds for the underdog. Many sports betting professionals recommend teasing up underdogs in the NFL. Gamblers believe that the NFL betting lines are very difficult to predict and many times the game lands near or on the sports book betting line. NFL games are usually very close and teasing an underdog is good betting advice. A favorite who is leading the football game is most likely to run out the clock and will no longer desire to score more points. Thus teasing an underdog has tremendous winning value.
Now in college football many bettors believe there is value on the favorite when betting college football teasers. The reason here is there is a significant talent gap between teams and outcomes that can be by wide margin. Also factoring in teasing college football bets are the polls. Many college football teams are playing to increase the popularity of their team in the eyes of the pollsters. The polls are significant because they factor in a teams ability to play for a national championship or earn a huge payday for playing in a BCS Bowl Game. Photo Football bettors pay very close attention to the current BCS standings and will look to play a college football teaser bet on the favorite who is sitting high in the polls. Those college football teams are likely to run up the score against their opponent. Professional college football bettors are fully aware about this and will look to make teaser bets on the favorite.
You can increase or decrease your point spread when it includes the total. Much like a parlay, in order to win the bet, all wagers must win. Betting on the over under line means that the score accrued by both teams must be higher or lower than the betting line established by the sports book operator. Many gamblers who bet on the NFL tend to look to bet on under when defensive teams meet. Teasing the total up 7 points in a game between two solid defenses is sound betting advice. Bad weather games also affect the betting pointspread. The passing game is greatly impacted by wind and professional gamblers and will look to bet teasers to the under in a game under that condition.
Spreads and totals can be teased between 5 and 7 points in football. Many NFL betting experts like to move the betting line to their favor across key numbers in the NFL. Key numbers include, 3,4,7 and 10, as games tend to land mostly within those numbers. These numbers factor because in professional football teams score 3 points for a field goal and usually earn 7 points for a touchdown. A 2 point safety is very rare in the NFL. This is not the case for college football betting. Teams miss more extra points following touchdowns in the college football rankings making key number less significant when betting college football.
4 through 5-point line moves are allowed on total and pointspread teasers in basketball. The key number in the NBA and college basketball is 7 because it would take a team 3 possessions to catch up late in a game. Betting on underdogs getting 7 or more points on a teaser is a sports betting professional's sound advice. An underdog trailing by 7 or more points late in a contest is least likely to foul because the chance of a victory is very slim.