|제목||And, you can tell by the way it’s formatted that this is an expression of American odds.|
And, you can tell by the way it’s formatted that this is an expression of American odds. So, you know it’s based on a $100 bet.
Since it says (+200), you know that risking $100 results in winning $200 profit when you win.
If it said (-200), you’d be risking $200 to win $100 – that would be the case if you’re betting on the favorite.
What Do the (+) and the (–) Mean in Sports Betting?
This also holds true when you’re looking at the point spread for a match-up. The (+) means that the underdog gets to add that number to their final score for purposes of determining the winner of the bet.
The (–) means that the winner must subtract that number from their final score for purposes of determining the winner of the bet.
Let’s assume you’re betting on the Atlanta Falcons (+4.5) to beat the Cowboys (-4.5).
Then assume that the Cowboys win with a final score of 40 to 39.
You get to add 4.5 points to the Falcons’ score of 39 and see if they would still have won. Since 39 + 4.5 = 43.5, a bet on the Falcons wins.
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