Round Robin Parlays
A round-robin parlay is a major time saver for those sports bettors which want to place multiple parlay bets. As you know, betting lines and odds can change rapidly. And if you are playing multiple parlays, it can take a while to fill out all of those betting slips, meaning the odds or money line can change and wreck your chance at a winner before you complete your wagers.
To remedy this, some online sportsbooks have added the round-robin parlay as an easy way for players to place several parlay bets at once. Let's take a look at how this convenient "auto bet" works and exactly what is involved.
Top Sportsbooks Offering Round Robin Parlay Betting Options
|Site Name||4 Team Parlay Payout||Bonus||USA?||Visit Site|
|Bovada Sportsbook||$100 Bet Wins $1258.45||50% Max $250||Yes||Play Now|
|Bookmaker Sportsbook||$100 Bet Wins $1228||50% Max $300||Yes||Play Now|
|Betonline Sportsbook||$100 Bet Wins $1200||50% Max $1000||Yes||Play Now|
|Sportsbettingag||$100 Bet Wins $1200||50% Max $1000||Yes||Play Now|
What Is A Round-Robin Parlay?
Most sportsbooks will allow you to use round-robin betting on anywhere from 3 to 10 parlay bets. And usually, though this may be different from one sportsbook to the next, round-robin parlay betting is limited to 2 to 6 teams per parlay leg.
The round-robin parlay will create a maximum amount of two-team parlays out of all teams selected. For example, a $100 wager on 4 2-team parlays will result in a $400 bet. Losing round-robin teams force a loss on all parlay bets made on that team. If there is a push, then all remaining bets involving that team become a straight bet.