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    Reverse Wagers (Win & Action)

    You may only bet 2 games in a Reverse Wager.

    You may also combine different sports and leagues on a single ticket.

    Similar to If Wagers and parlays, in that your ticket is alive after a win and moves "forward" to the next selection, but different in that Reverse Wagers are actually 2 If Wagers made as 1 bet. You're betting the wager amount on each game as your Unit Bet and since it's reversed you are making 2 bets and thereby doubling your Total Bet for that Bet Ticket.

    An If Win Wager is saying "if your first team wins, you will bet the same initial amount back again on this second team". A Reverse Wager is adding the possibility for the reverse of that as well which is saying "if your second team wins, you will bet the same initial amount back again on this first team". This is why your Unit Bet is doubled.

    Let's say you Houston is playing Orlando in an NBA game and Cincinnati is playing Seattle in an MLB game and you like both Houston and Cincinnati to win their games...

    You can bet them both in a single Reverse Wager. There are 4 possible outcomes to a Reverse Wager on 2 teams (they have to be from 2 different games but can be from different sports):

    • If Houston wins your ticket continues with the straight wager payout from that game and essentially reinvests your initial wager amount on a win bet for Cincinnati. If Cincinnati wins then you’ve won both parts of your Reverse Wager.
    • If Houston wins and Cincinnati loses, you will win the first If Wager but lose the second. You will win the straight wager payout for Houston winning, then minus your Unit Bet amount for the Cincinnati loss.
    • If Houston loses and Cincinnati wins, you will win the second If Wager but lose the first. You will win the straight wager payout for Cincinnati winning, then minus your Unit Bet amount for the Houston loss.
    • If they both lose then your ticket loses and you lose both Unit Bet amounts.

    You can also choose to make an If Action Reverse wager.

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