Betting on expresses is especially fond of beginners: put a ruble, won 10. We explain what parlays are, how to count them, their pros and cons.
Even one Parlay allows you to win big money in sports betting parimatch log in, thanks to its high odds. Parlays can win tens of times the bet amount, but one of the most probable outcomes can spoil everything. Let's find out what parlay bets are, see examples of their calculation and understand the pros and cons of parlay betting.
What are Parlays in Betting
A parlay is a combination bet that consists of at least two single bets in different matches. These singles are called selections or outcomes. If at least one loses, the entire express will collapse. If at least one wins and the other outcomes win or return, the Parlay will win. If all of the outcomes in the combined bet are returned, then the amount bet on the parlay will simply be refunded to you. When any outcome in the Parlay ends in a return, in the total odds this choice is calculated with odds 1.00.
The total odds of a Parlay is the result of multiplying the odds of the events included in it. Let's say you take the outcomes for 1.50 and 2.00 in a Parlay. The total odds of the bet will equal 3.00: 1.50 x 2.00. If the first outcome is a return, and the second one wins, then the bookmaker will calculate your Parlay with odds 2.00: 1.00 x 2.00.
In slang, players call expresses "steam trains" and "presses".
How to bet on a Parlay
To make your first parlay bet, do the following.
- Register at a betting shop and verify your identity.
- Deposit money into your betting account or use the freebet.
- Choose at least 2 outcomes from different sporting events.
- Select the type of bet "express" in the coupon. The bookmaker will also offer you a system and the design of the outcomes by single outcomes.
- Enter the bet amount and confirm your choice.
Your first train is running to the final station!