All picks must be successful for the bet to win. If a pick in a teaser results in a push/draw, that pick is removed and the odds are adjusted accordingly. A push in a two-pick teaser, without a loss, is considered “no action” and the wager is refunded.
Do you lose the bet if the game ties?
Generally speaking, a tie in an NFL game results in a voided moneyline bet. The only real exception would be a three-way market, where a tie is an explicit outcome that's available to bet in the market. In this case, a tie would result in a loss for both traditional moneyline sides.
What happens if you push a leg in a teaser?
A teaser is a type of parlay, and its payout is similar. If any leg of the teaser pushes, the overall teaser becomes one leg smaller. A nine-team teaser becomes an eight-team teaser, a four-team teaser becomes a three-team teaser, and a two-team teaser becomes a single bet.
What happens if you bet under and it ties?
However, if a betting slip has a total that's a whole number, it's possible the result can be a tie. Take, for example, the 49-point Over/Under in a football game. If the game ends 28-21, the wager is graded as a “push”. In this situation, the bettor's money is refunded.
What happens if a game pushes in a teaser?
So, if the game is a push then the bet is simply removed from the overall teaser. For example, you have one game from a 5-pick teaser that is a push and the other four games win, all that will happen is the push is removed and the odds adjusted to a 4-pick teaser.
What happens if one team pushes in a teaser?
If a pick in a teaser results in a push/draw, that pick is removed and the odds are adjusted accordingly. A push in a two-pick teaser, without a loss, is considered “no action” and the wager is refunded. When placing a bet on a Super/Monster teaser, a push means the bet is considered lost.