A 0 point spread means there is no favorite or underdog in the game, match, etc. This is often called a “pick 'em” bet or a “moneyline” bet.
How does a ML bet work?
A moneyline bet is the most straightforward type of wager in sports betting. Put simply, it's a bet on which team or player will win a game or contest, regardless of the final margin.
How does moneyline work in basketball?
What is a moneyline bet in basketball? Betting the moneyline (ML) in the NBA means simply picking which team wins the game outright. Moneyline favorites have a negative value (-110), while moneyline underdogs have a positive value (+110). It's a two-way market, which means there are only two options to place a wager.
What does ml mean on Fanduel?
Moneyline A moneyline is a bet on which team will win a game outright. Example: The Cowboys are -190 to beat the Commanders, while the Commanders are +160 to win. If you think the Cowboys will win the game, you would have to wager $190 to potentially win $100 (or wager $19 to win $10).
Is zero spread better?
Zero spread accounts are better suited for long term position traders, or those trading during off market hours. The fixed 0 pip spread and low costs make it accessible even for small account sizes.
How do you know who is favored in betting?
Identifying the underdog in any contest is easy. The underdog will have a '+' plus sign next to their odds, while the favorite will have a '-' minus sign. That's true for both the money line and the spread. If an NFL team is an underdog of 6.5 points on the spread, their odds will look like '+6.5′.