News Flash: Boosted Odds Updates
Spreads.ca offers more than a dozen "odds boosts" relating to this Sunday's Super Bowl.
What's an odds boost?
An odds boost is when the payout actually EXCEEDS the normal odds of something happening. For instance, if we flop a balanced coin and instead of being paid even money (1 dollar for 1 dollar) you were paid 1.2:1 or 6:5 (which is $1.20), well then -- that's a "boost."
In a sense, it's like free money if you look at it in terms of expected value (what serious gamblers call +EV).
Check out the full menu labeled "Boosted Odds" which applies to cross-sports betting. An example at Spreads.ca is the prop on which will be higher -- Wolverhampton (a team in English Premier League soccer) or the number of touchdowns scored by Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp in the Super Bowl game. BTW, betting the tie pays +140. That's a steal price since the likelihood of both Wolverhampton scoring one goal and Kupp landing on 0, 1, or 2 are pretty good.
Boosted odds makes betting on the Super Bowl more fun. But it's also profitable if you make optimal wagers.