American Football

Money Line

"Money Line (Including Overtime)" in American Football betting refers to a bet on the outcome of a football game, where the bettor predicts which team will win the game, including any overtime periods.
For this type of bet, the bettor can choose either Team 1(W1) or Team 2(W2). If you bet on Team 1 and they win the game, you win the bet. If you bet on Team 2 and they win the game, you win the bet.
In American Football, if the game ends in a tie after regulation time (i.e., four quarters of 15 minutes each), the game will go into overtime, where the first team to score wins the game. The outcome of the "Money Line (Including Overtime)" bet will be determined by which team wins the game, including any overtime periods.

Points Handicap

"Points Handicap" is a type of wager used to balance a match when there's a clear favorite and an underdog. The sportsbook assigns a hypothetical points advantage or disadvantage to each team.
For example, if Team A is favored, they might have a handicap of -7.5 points. This means they start the game with a 'deficit' of 7.5 points. To win the bet, Team A needs to win the game by more than 7.5 points.
Conversely, if you bet on Team B (the underdog), they start with a 'lead' of +7.5 points. So, if Team B wins, or loses by less than 7.5 points, you win the bet.
This type of betting allows for more balanced and exciting betting, even when there is a clear favorite to win the game.

Total Points

"Total Points" refers to a wager on the combined total number of points scored by both teams in a game.
A sportsbook will set a predicted total, and you as the bettor would wager on whether the actual total points scored in the game will be "over" or "under" that prediction.
For instance, if the sportsbook sets the total at 49.5 points for a football game, you would place a bet predicting whether the combined score of both teams will be over or under 49.5 points. This type of bet doesn't concern itself with who wins or loses the match, but rather the total points scored by both teams.

Team 1 Total Points

"Team 1 Total Points" refers to a wager on the total number of points that Team 1 (usually the home team) will score in a game.
A sportsbook will provide a predicted point total, and bettors can wager whether Team 1's actual points will be "over" or "under" this prediction.
For example, if the sportsbook sets the total at 24.5 for Team 1's points in a football game, bettors can place a wager predicting whether Team 1 will score more or fewer than 24.5 points in that game.
This type of bet only considers the points scored by Team 1, not who wins the match or the total points scored by both teams.

Team 2 Total Points

"Team 2 Total Points" refers to a wager on the total number of points that Team 2 (usually the away team) will score in a game.
A sportsbook will provide a predicted point total, and bettors can wager whether Team 1's actual points will be "over" or "under" this prediction.
For example, if the sportsbook sets the total at 30.5 for Team 2's points in a football game, bettors can place a wager predicting whether Team 2 will score more or fewer than 30.5 points in that game.
This type of bet only considers the points scored by Team 2, not who wins the match or the total points scored by both teams.

1st Half/Full Time

1st Half/Full Time" bet (also known as a "Half-Time/Full-Time" bet) is a type of wager where you predict the outcome of the match at both half-time and full-time.
For instance, in a football match between Team A and Team B, the possible bets could be:
  1. 1.
    Team A/Team A: Team A leads at half-time and wins the game at full-time.
  2. 2.
    Team A/Draw: Team A leads at half-time, but the game is a draw at full-time.
  3. 3.
    Team A/Team B: Team A leads at half-time, but Team B wins at full-time.
And similarly for Team B leading at half-time, or the match being a draw at half-time.
This type of bet requires both parts of the prediction to be correct in order to win, making it more challenging than a regular match result bet, but it usually offers higher potential returns due to its difficulty.