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MLB team totals

Discussion in 'The Sports Book' started by HardEight, Apr 15, 2016.

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  1. HardEight

    HardEight Low-Roller

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    Hello everyone!

    Does anyone know if any of the Vegas sports books have wagering offered on game team totals? I know everyone has MLB over / unders for individual games but was wondering if I can wager on just a specific teams run total for that one game? Hope my question makes sense. Thanks!
     
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    Very rarely. That's a prop bet and I have rarely seen those types of props other than on MLB playoff or all-star games. Still, I would check the super book. If any Vegas book routinely offers that prop, they would be the book most likely to do it
     
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    IxAccDnf VIP Whale

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    I don't remember if any do but since these books offer enough variety they they have first half MLB lines maybe they will also offer team totals

    South Point
    Coast
    William Hill
    Cantor
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    Wynn
     
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    Never seen it offered at CG or Wynn (outside of the exceptions I mentioned above). So OP should probably start with the others on this list
     
  5. HardEight

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    Thanks for the suggestions. I think I will start with trying Westgate and go from there.
     
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