Halftime Betting


If you came late from work and could not make it to your computer on time to place a bet on a game you had been waiting for a while. Don’t worry, as even though the game has started, you still have the option of placing a half time bet.

Half time bets can also be used for gamblers as a way to recover some cash if they feel that their original bet for the whole game is not going as expected, so then they can play a bet on the half and get at least even.

Here are some ideas on how you can bet half time wagers: (The following examples are made based on a game between the Patriots and the Giants).

Let’s say that the Patriots are favored for the game with a line of -13 with a total of 44. The half time comes and the score is Patriots 23, Giants 0

If you have a bet on the Patriots for the whole game and you are approaching the half time, you can take New York on the spread for the 2nd half, as if the Giants outscore New England by less than ten points you would win both bets, if the Giants outscores the Patriots by more than ten points, you would win just the half time bet and lose the bet for the game, so either way you are at least getting even.

So go ahead and give half time wagers a try, they are just another form of gambling that can make you some good money if applied correctly.

But remember, when you are betting half time bets, you need to be careful on your full-game bets and your half-time bets in order to make the most out of every single wager you place, be sure to know exactly which bet is what so you don’t lose money you could have kept, that is why I added the example above, so you can have an idea of how you can bet successfully.

Study the games first, so once you know which players are injured, which ones are coming fully energized, etc, you might have guessed the outcome of the game before it actually starts. From here, the best of luck to you.

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~ by Pay Per Head Sportsbook on December 7, 2008.

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