Bettors must select at least two picks to build a Reverse or an If Bet. The total number of selections might be up to 15 on the bookmakers, which offer this betting service.
Reverses are more commonly available for NFL & NCAA College Football. These types of bet can also be placed on the NBA, the Major League Baseball, and the National Hockey League.
Baseball odds are strictly related to each team’s starting pitcher. Α possible pitcher change causes prices to alter and bet cancellations. It is wise to check the list of starting pitchers before making your decisions.
Generally, in sports betting, a push occurs when the Points, Runs, Goals, Handicaps, or Totals hit the exact line you bet on. Example: A bettor picks the LA Lakers to win against the Houston Rockets with -5 handicap, and Los Angeles wins with exactly 5 points. The wager has neither won nor lost, so the bettor gets the initial stake back if there is no option to predict the exact margin.
Besides the same initial stake, If Bets do not offer the ability to bettors to use potential winnings from the first to the second wager.
Cash Out service is not provided on If Bets & Reverses, apart from some exceptions like Interwetten. After a winning match in a Parlay, bettors can use the money they bet and win on the next pick. Using If Bets, they can bet only the starting stake.
The Rolling If Bet (RIF) is a Parlay or Teaser bet related to the outcome of a placed wager that is still pending. The pending bet can be a wager on an event in progress or one that has yet to begin. The pending wager cannot be an If Bet, Reverse Bet, or any other type of wager with a pending bet (Parlay or Teaser). Bettors can only make a RIF from a Money Line, Points/Goals, Handicaps/Totals Straight Bet.