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Horse Racing Betting Rules

Thanks to satellite feeds from racetracks around the nation, Las Vegas is a sort of Nirvana for horse racing betters (or “horseplayers,” as they are called sometimes).

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Hockey Betting Rules

To bet on hockey, tell the ticket writer the bet number of the team you wish to bet and the amount you wish to wager. If your team covers the goal spread, you win. The payout is based on a “Money Line”. The Goal Spread: When betting on hockey, the ...

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Golf Betting Rules

Among Las Vegas gamblers, golf is considered one of the two fastest-growing sports to bet on (auto racing is the other). The most basic form of golf betting involves picking the winner of the tournament. Generally, a sports book will list 30 or more individual golfers along with a field ...

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Futures Betting Rules

Sports books offer betters the opportunity to wager on the upshot of a season. For example, Which team will be winning the Super Bowl or the Stanley Cup or the American League East pennant. This is considered as “futures book” or “future book” betting. As an illustration, Let us look ...

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Football Betting Rules

To bet on football, ask the ticket writer for the bet number of the team you wish to bet on, with the point spread

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Boxing Betting Rules

If you wish to bet on boxing, you need to ask the ticket writer for the bet number of the boxer you wish to bet on and inform him for the amount

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Basketball Betting Rules

To bet on basketball, you should ask the ticket writer for the bet number of the team you wish to stake on, along with the point spread, and the amount you wish to wager.

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Baseball Betting Rules

For betting on baseball, expose the bet number of the team you wish to bet to the ticket writer along with the amount you desire

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Auto Racing Betting Rules

Auto Racing

The configuration of betting on Auto Racing is comparable to that of golf. The most basic wager implicates the selection of the winner of a race.

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