Because the sportsbook is giving you six extra points on two games, the juice on this teaser is around -120, depending on the book. You’d risk $12 to win $10. It’s like a two-team parlay in which both games are about -265.
2. Teaser Examples.
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A teaser (or a “two-team teaser”) is a type of gambling bet that allows the bettor to combine his bets on two different games. The bettor can adjust the point spreads for the two games, but realizes a lower return on the bets in the event of a win.
The rules for pushes are generally the same at each site. If a leg in a teaser pushes while any other leg is a loss, the teaser bet is graded a loss. A push and all wins reduce the same as they would in a parlay. For example, a three team teaser with the results: push/win/win is paid as a two team teaser.
Payouts From Teaser Bets
A three-team parlay, regardless of side, will pay roughly +600 (6/1) with a winning wager (at -110 odds). A three-team teaser payout, however, is a different story. That’s because the updated spreads have greatly improved your sides of hitting.
Usually, the standard teaser calls for the bettor to get six points per football game and four points per basketball game. In return, they must pick at least two teams, increasing the chances of the bet failing by at least one leg.
A typical NFL or college football teaser, for example, is six points. That means that you get to subtract six points the spread of a favorite and add six points to the spread of an underdog. For example, a -13 favorite would become -7 in a six-point teaser, while a +8 underdog would become +14.
only 7 or less teasers if one team pushes it reverts to alower teaser payout. ex: 6 team teaser reverts to 5 team payout. It depends on your book. Some will reduce the payout, some will count it as a loss.