MMA Betting

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One of the most exciting aspects of MMA betting is the Over/Under total. With an Over/Under total, you bet on how many rounds will be contested in a fight. The oddsmakers determine the prices for this option, called juice or vig. The oddsmakers take into account the implied probability of the fight reaching a certain number of rounds. For example, let’s say that FIGHTER A fights FIGHTER B for the championship, with the fight scheduled to go five rounds.

The odds will be released for each possible outcome, allowing punters to place a wager on the winner of a particular fight or match. The odds are released for three different outcomes: winner, loser, and draw. While draws are not common in MMA, they do happen. Some sportsbooks may not offer the Draw possibility, while others will refund your bet or give you a “push” bet if the match ends in a draw.

The oddsmakers often set lines in favor of their employers. This means that underdogs often offer the best betting opportunities, so look for fighters who are listed as underdogs. However, heavyweight fighters are notorious for being unpredictable and can come with high odds. While heavyweights can offer great odds, a smart MMA betting strategy avoids them. These types of fighters have a high chance of winning, so it’s important to check the odds.

Before placing a bet, watch as much MMA as you can. If you’re new to MMA betting, you may want to look for sportsbooks with the best signup bonuses. The biggest bonus will likely attract new MMA fans. A good sportsbook will also have reliable software, an easy-to-use interface, and all the information you need to make intelligent bets. If these three factors don’t apply to you, there’s a good chance you’ll be disappointed.

While the UFC may be hard to predict, there are plenty of betting markets available on the website of a good sportsbook. Most betting sites that cater to Americans will provide Moneyline odds for their matches. Moneyline odds are generally less lucrative than other wagering options, but they do offer real cash out opportunities. In addition to betting on winners, there are also MMA proposition bets that don’t have specific outcomes, and will instead be based on the fight’s outcome.

While a Parlay bet involves placing a wager on more than one fight, it is also riskier, requiring the correct selection of all the outcomes. If a single fighter loses, the entire stake will be wiped out. If you choose to bet on both fighters, you’ll have to find a site that’s mobile-friendly, as many punters are now using their smartphones to place their bets.

Mixed martial arts betting is not for the faint of heart. If you’re not sure about your MMA betting strategies, you can always try the UFC Over/Under bet, which is perfect for newbies. Moreover, the Over/Under round bet is one of the most popular bets in UFC and is easy to understand. For a better payout, you should bet on the winner of each round rather than on the number of rounds in the fight.