Here are some common NFL Live Market Betting Terms that can be a bit confusing compared to normal fixed odds and standard props:
HALFTIME / FULL TIME: Who will win the game at halftime vs the entire game
WINNING MARGIN: A winning margin bet is a wager on the final outcome on a game within a certain range of points - so choosing the team who will win in addition to by how many points they will win by. Think of this as a more precise version of a moneyline bet because you are narrowing down how much a team will win by.
For Example: If you are betting on Team X to win by a margin of 1-6 points, they will need to win from anywhere between a 1-6 point difference.
1ST / 2ND / 3RD / 4TH QUARTER TEAM TO WIN TO NIL: This type of betting refers to making two wagers: One being that a team will "win" the quarter by having more than 0 points in the quarter AND another being that the other team will score 0 for the quarter. BOTH outcomes have to be met for this bet to payout.
For Example: If you are placing a 1st Quarter Team X to Win to Nil, Team X will need to "win" the quarter by having some sort of points on the board by the end of the quarter AND their opponent (Team Y) must have a score of 0 by the end of the quarter for this bet to be a winner.
NEXT TD SCORER (2ND - 20TH): After the first touchdown is scored, bettors have the option to bet on who will be the next scorer on the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, etc. touchdowns in the game.
Several different parlays will be available as Live Markets. Here are a few examples:
-Moneyline & Total Parlay
-1st TD Player / Last TD Player Parlay
-1st TD Scorer & Winning Margin
-Anytime TD Scorer & Winning Margin
-Spread & Total Parlay
-Team to Score First and Win
-Anytime TD / Moneyline / Total Treble
-Anytime TD / Spread / Total Treble