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Hey guys I just recently figured out how to convert the real odds from Sportsbook to our V-Bookie system. Things will be a lot better now that we have one source for all of our odds. I also added three new events for your betting pleasure so enjoy. Tommy and I will try to make V-Bookie as enjoyable as possible for everyone!

-Shane
 

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PrettyBoyFloyd said:
Hey guys I just recently figured out how to convert the real odds from Sportsbook to our V-Bookie system. Things will be a lot better now that we have one source for all of our odds. I also added three new events for your betting pleasure so enjoy. Tommy and I will try to make V-Bookie as enjoyable as possible for everyone!

-Shane
its getting more action now than ever, we make a good team dude. :thumbsup:
 

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Absolutely! Now that I figured out how to transfer the weird +125 or -250 kind of odds it is a lot easier. I think I am going to put a report on Vbookie explaining what the odds mean and how much you would win by betting 100 points as a reference.
 

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damn right!!!

u ladys get your points up for grabs. :laugh:
 

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Yea I have an explanation report written up that tells exactly how to read the odds and what you will win based on how much you bet. I will be posting that in there soon. I think many just don't get what everything means. Vbookie is one of the best features this site has! It is far underutilized.
 

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tysonjones said:
you guys married? i use it all the time, especially when i really favor someone.
staff members should always show solidarity. ;)
 

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A moneyline wager is wagering on a side simply to win. The minus team is always the favourite to win, and the plus team is the underdog.
For example:
De La Hoya: +150
Mayweather: -160
If you wager on Mayweather at -160, you would have to lay $160 to win $100. If you wager on De La Hoya at +150, you would only have to lay $100 to win $150. So, with a minus number, you lay that amount to win $100 and a plus number, you lay $100 to win that amount. Of course, this is just a way of expressing the odds...
 
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