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Money Line

Definition: Odds strictly on the straight-up game outcome with no consideration for a point spread. More money must be risked to bet the better team; less money on the weaker team.
 
Example: The money line is -200 on New England since they have a better chance to win the game. That means a bettor would have to wager $200 to win $100.

Related Terms: Point Spread, Straight-up

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