A moneyline bet is the simplest bet type available. You predict who you think will win a game and place a bet on them. If your team wins, you’ll get your bet returned with profit. If your bet loses, you’ll lose your stake.
Totals betting is a type of over/under bet. The sportsbook will set a combined score for a game. As a bettor, you can choose whether the total score will be over or under that set amount. It doesn’t matter which team is scoring points, just the combined total.
Favorites have to win by a certain number of points, and underdogs can lose by a set number of points in point spread betting. The underdog can also win the game. Point spreads make the most one-sided games interesting by offering a viable bet on the underdog.
A parlay is a bet that combines several individual wagers into one bet. Although a parlay offers better odds and larger potential wins than individual bets, all legs must win for a parlay to pay out.
When making a prop bet, you aren’t betting on the game’s final score. Instead, you need to predict how players or teams will perform regarding specific aspects of the sport. For example, you can bet on a quarterback to throw over 200 yards for three touchdowns or on a baseball team to score two home runs.
Futures bets are wagers on significant events like the winner of the NBA Championship or which player will pick up an MVP award. The earlier you place your futures, the better your odds will be.
The NFL is the most popular betting sport in the US. Every South Dakota sportsbook has hundreds of betting options available on every match. You can bet on moneylines, totals, point spreads, and prop bets. Every Minnesota Vikings game will be available for betting, along with every team in the NFL.
As well as offering multiple markets on every NBA game, you can place a huge array of player prop bets. You can bet on teams like the Minnesota Timberwolves in-play or pre-game. College basketball bets are also available.
There are no MLB teams in South Dakota, but MLB betting is hugely popular in the state. Whether you root for the Minnesota Twins or the Colorado Rockies, you’ll be offered run lines, total runs, “race to X runs”, and more MLB-exclusive wagers.