The main advantage of an “if bet” is that it allows you to place multiple wagers with a limited amount of funds as you can use a single risk amount to place up to 4 wagers. This excludes circled/correlated games, proposition bets, future bets, live betting, or prop builder lines. You cannot use free play on rolling if bets.
The wagers can be concurrent or overlapping. You can buy up to 3 points on each selection. An If bet is the combination of 2–4 straight bets, joined by an “if condition” or “if clause”. There are 2 conditions–If win or tie–If win only. Likewise, each subsequent leg of the If Bet will be placed as long as the preceding bet is a winner.
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