Multi-Chance Pleaser Bets
The wagering type known as the Pleaser has evolved over the last few years with the development of several new options such as the progressive pleaser. The progressive pleaser has spun into another type of betting option known as the Multi-Chance Pleaser.
If you are unfamiliar with the pleaser, it is the basic cornerstone of the Multi-Chance Pleaser and is very similar to the teaser. The difference between a pleaser and a teaser is that with a pleaser, the line you bet against for each individual wager is moved against your wager from 6-7½ points. The Multi-Chance Pleaser is different from a normal pleaser due to the amount of wagers that need to be won and the odds are also different from a progressive pleaser.
Multi-Chance Pleaser is similar to a Progressive Pleaser, as the sports bettor may still win with incorrect selections. However, the payouts do not increase with more correct selections. Once the minimum amount of correct selections has completed and graded as a win, the Multi-Chance pleaser will be a winner.
Winnings from a Multi-Chance plays are not credited to an account until all selections in the pleaser have been graded. Multi-Chance plays will not be credited before all selections have concluded even if the wager is already a winner. Like the progressive pleaser, the Multi-Chance Pleaser also has a restriction when betting on the same game.
Only one side or total may be selected on a game. Multi-Chance Pleaser selections with a side to a side, side to a total, or total to a total within the same game are not permitted. This is normal practice when betting on sports with a sports book.
Not all sports books offer the Multi-Chance Pleaser and in order to see if your current sports book offers this sports betting option see the list of rules and regulations. Once you wager using the Multi-Chance Pleaser, you will never look at sports betting the same way again.
More On Pleasers:
- • Pleaser - A pleaser bet is a bet that allows the player to move the line in the sports book’s favor, in exchange for better than normal odds.
- • Progressive Pleasers - Progressive pleaser works much the same way as a pleaser. However, with a Progressive pleaser, there is a relief payout for having an incorrect selection.