I cant be the only one thats noticed…

What is going on here? Thanks!

If i make a parlay on normal Bovada, i get the correct odds payout.

If I used Prop Builder, even though it is the same odds, the payout is off, everytime. For example.

I cant be the only one thats noticed…

What is going on here? Thanks!

If i make a parlay on normal Bovada, i get the correct odds payout.

If I used Prop Builder, even though it is the same odds, the payout is off, everytime. For example.

Just saying, I also think its strange that on the Game Markets tab of the Prop Builder, they dont show the odds for if you pick a team to win, for example. The parlays odds just change to “something”.

Thanks

I am not sure I understand what you’re referring to. As your screenshot shows completely different wagers. Prop markets are completely different from regular lines that can be parlayed.

Hi Lillian,

So I suppose the question is, how come, if the paralyed value of the lines are the same, (off by 1 cent). How come the parlay odds are the same? Shouldn’t the parlay value for both be +118? Instead of the -107 or so from the Prop Builder parlay?

Thank you

I believe it would be dependent on the prop itself.

Is that possible? I don’t understand how the final parlay value can be different, if the two legs are the same value.

The two inputs are the same in both parlays, but the output is different. I don’t understand how it would be different just because it’s a prop. The type of bet shouldn’t matter. It could be golf and rubgy. All the values should calculate correctly all the way around. No?

The parlay from the bet builder in this example is charging .20 extra cents per dollar due to the -107 output. Even though -137 and -385 should equal a +118 parlay.

Thank you!

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They take more “juice” for these types of bets. It’s no secret. I think another party provides this platform for them so the funds probably go to them also. (I may not be correct on the 2nd part)

Props are from a third party, yes. So they will set their own odds.

This is simple math and has nothing to do with the odds.

If 2+2=4 on Bovada, 2+2 should be 4 anywhere else. Including third party.

Otherwise it is simply a scam - explained above by @Kingfishtr

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I mean, I skirted it, but that’s what it comes down to lol ^.

The math is not mathing is all i’m saying.

So it’s clearly wise to not use Bet Builder, losing 20% value, that changes everything.

It’s just the weird feeling of them showing you the 2 + 2 but saying it = 3 lol.

I was like hold up, let me check with others. Thanks everyone for your input!

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His example while giving two different sets of picks, used almost the same odds:+

-385/-137 Which shows the parlay at -107 Note this is 100% INCORRECT…

-385/-138 Which shows the parlay at +118 Note this is 100% correct…

Doesn’t matter what the sports is or what the picks are, the odds are the odds…

It doesn’t matter who “sets” the odds… Math is Math…

I’m at a loss here in understanding what wasn’t understood here, this is as basic as it gets…

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I’m with you freaks. And what a weird response/lack of response really. I mean I let it go, but obviously nothing got resolved here and is being brushed aside. I just wanted to see if other members had noticed. I mean, math is math and Prop Builder parlays says 2 + 2 = 3. While they keep the other 1.

Thanks for the feedback

It’s not feedback, it’s the truth. In no math equation of a parlay at -385 and -137 is the result -107. It’s +118. That’s a 25 cent difference.

For comparison a $1,000 bet or to win $1,000 in this case.

In the incorrect payout: it would make you wager $1,070 to win $1,000

In the correct payout: you would bet $1,000 to win $1,180

That’s a $250 difference and on top of it, people that don’t know the true odds are being cheated without knowing it. When I say the word cheated, I’m not trying to imply it is being done maliciously but they are being given the wrong odds payout.

This needs looked into as it is could be as simple as a math code in the program that is off, in any event. It needs fixed and that type of wagering shut down until it is 100% accurate and verified as accurate. There’s a lot of money at stake here…

Agreed! 100%

And i’ll take whatever huge bonus Bovada wants to give me for bringing it to their attention

Waiting on bovada to respond please. This seems real bad

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Math is math response will get you banned. Lol. Because you are right

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