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The default view in the Consensus show a combination of both the Side and Total action on a given game.

“$ BET” is the total amount wagered on the side and total combined.

“CASH %” This shows what percentage of the “$ BET” is on the team and the Over or Under.

(e.g) Below a total $7,786 has been bet on the Cavaliers / Magic game SIDE & TOTAL combined.

74% of the money has been wagered on the CAVALIERS (26% on the MAGIC) and 92% on the OVER (o92%) and 8% on the UNDER.

“TICKET #” shows how many individual wagers have been placed on this game’s Side and Total.

“TICKET %” breaks down the percentage of those wagers that are on the indicated team and how many on the Over or Under.

(e.g.) Of the 36 wagers made on this game 62% are on the CAVALIERS and 58% on the OVER. (o58%)

Real time changes are indicated by flashing. The values in RED indicates an update from the last 2 minutes and the BLACK from the last 5 minutes.

By using the “BET TYPE” drop down menu you can choose to look at the SIDE or TOTAL information by themselves.

Now we can see that there has been $3,870 wagered on the game with 67% on the CAVALIERS

There have been 34 SIDE bets made with 59% on the CAVALIERS

There has been $4,921 wagered on the TOTAL with 90% on the OVER

There have been 13 wagers on the TOTAL with 54% of them on the OVER

 

Football Odds Archive Page

Odds Archive Page Example

Here is a brief explanation of some of the terms used on the odds archive page: 

ATS: Against the spread, this refers to the point spread bet. 

Consensus: The most popular pick or the team that is receiving the most bets. 

Cover: A team that wins by more than the point spread is said to have covered. 

Current: The current odds or point spread at the time the archive was updated. 

Date: This refers to the date that the odds were last updated. 

Margin: The margin of victory, or the difference in points between the winning and losing teams. 

ML: The moneyline odds for the game. 

Move: The movement of the odds or point spread. This can be represented as a positive or negative number, indicating whether the odds or point spread have increased or decreased. 

Open: The original odds or point spread established by oddsmakers for the game. 

% of Plays: The percentage of total bets placed on the team in question. 

Result: The final outcome of the game. This could be a win, loss or push (tie) for each team. 

Rot #: Rotational number assigned by the sportsbook to the game for easy reference and identification. 

Team: The teams playing in the game. 

Time: This refers to the time that the odds were last updated. 

Total: The over/under odds for the game. 

Consensus Archive Page Example

Here is an explanation of some of the terms used on the consensus archive page: 

ATS: Against the spread, this refers to the point spread bet.

Consensus: The percentage of total bets placed on the team in question.

Consensus %: The percentage of total bets placed on the team in question.

Cover: A team that wins by more than the point spread is said to have covered.

Date: This refers to the date that the consensus was last updated.

Margin: The margin of victory, or the difference in points between the winning and losing teams.

Moneyline %: The percentage of total bets placed on the moneyline for the game.

ML: The moneyline odds for the game.

Points: The point spread for the game.

Public %: The percentage of total bets placed by the general public on the team in question.

Reverse Line Movement (RLM): Reverse Line Movement is the opposite of Steam, it occurs when the betting line moves in the opposite direction of the public betting percentage.

Result: The final outcome of the game. This could be a win, loss, or push (tie) for each team.

Sharp %: The percentage of total bets placed by professional or experienced bettors on the team in question.

Spread %: The percentage of total bets placed on the point spread for the game.

Steam: Steam refers to sudden, drastic, and uniform line movement across the entire sports betting market.

Team: The teams playing in the game.

Total: The over/under odds for the game.

 

Sports information Glossary 

Action: Action refers to a bet that has been placed or is currently active. 

Chalk: The favorite team in a game is often referred to as the chalk. 

Dog: The underdog team in a game is often referred to as the dog. 

Futures: A future bet is a wager made well in advance of the outcome, usually on events that will take place several months in the future such as the Super Bowl, a team to win the championship or individual awards. 

Heavy Juice: Heavy Juice refers to a higher commission or vigorish taken by the sportsbook on a specific bet or event. 

Hedge: Hedge is a strategy used to reduce the risk of a losing bet by placing a second bet on the opposing outcome. 

Juice: Juice is another name for the commission or vigorish that a sportsbook takes on a bet. It is typically 10% of the total bet. 

Line: The line is the point spread or odds for a specific game or event. 

Lock: A lock is a term used to describe a sure bet or a guaranteed win. 

Live betting: Live betting or in-play betting refers to the ability to place bets on ongoing events. Live betting lines are updated in real-time, allowing bettors to place wagers as the action unfolds. 

Moneyline: The moneyline is a straight-up bet on which team will win the game outright. The odds will be represented with a minus or plus sign, indicating the favorite or underdog respectively. For example, a moneyline of -150 for Team A means a $150 bet would win $100. 

Off the board: A game or event that is off the board means that it is not currently available for betting. 

Over/Under: The over/under is a bet on whether the total combined score of the game will be above or below a certain number set by oddsmakers. For example, if the over/under is set at 45, a bet on the over would win if the combined score is 46 or higher, while a bet on the under would win if the combined score is 44 or lower. 

Parlay: A parlay is a type of bet where multiple wagers are combined into one. All bets in a parlay must win for the bettor to win. 

Pick 'em: A pick 'em game refers to a game where both teams are considered even and there is no point spread. 

Point Spread: The point spread is the number of points by which the favored team is expected to win. A minus sign (-) indicates the favorite, while a plus sign (+) indicates the underdog. For example, if the point spread is -7 for Team A, they are the favorite and must win by more than 7 points for a bet on them to pay out. 

Prop Bet: A prop bet is a wager on a specific outcome within a game, rather than the outcome of the game itself. Examples include betting on the first team to score, or the total number of touchdown passes in a game. 

Round Robin: A round robin bet is a wager where a bettor creates a parlay by choosing multiple teams, but instead of betting all the combinations of teams, only a specific number of teams is chosen. 

Sharp: A sharp is a professional or experienced bettor. 

Spread: The spread is the difference between the point spread and the actual final score of the game. The spread is used to determine the winner of a point spread bet. 

Square: A square is a casual or recreational bettor. 

Straight up: Straight up refers to a bet on a team to win the game outright, without any point spread. 

Tail: Tail refers to betting on the underdog team. 

Half Time betting: This is a bet placed during the halftime break, it could be a bet on the team to score first on the second half, the score at the halftime and many more options. 

Underdog: The underdog is the team that is not favored to win the game and typically has a plus sign (+) next to their odds. 

Unit: A unit is a term used to represent the amount of money a bettor is wagering on a specific bet. 

Wiseguy: A wiseguy is a term used to describe a professional or experienced bettor. 

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