- Log in to your FanDuel account on the FanDuel app or website.
- Browse through the available sports and select the sport you want to bet on.
- Select at least three games or events that you want to include in your round robin bet.
- Add each of these individual wagers to your betting slip.
- Go to your betting slip and select the "Round Robin" option.
- Enter the amount you want to bet in the "Amount" field. You will see the potential payout for your round robin bet in the "To Win" field.
- Select the number of teams and the number of combinations you want to include in your round robin bet. You can choose to include 2, 3, or 4 teams, and you can choose to include up to 6 different combinations of parlays.
- Confirm the details of your round robin bet and tap on the "Place Bet" button to submit your wager.
And that's it! You have successfully placed a round robin bet on FanDuel.
Now, what is a round robin bet? A round robin is a type of bet that combines multiple individual wagers into a series of smaller parlay bets. A round robin bet requires at least three individual wagers, and each individual wager is combined into a parlay with every other wager. This means that a round robin bet with three wagers would result in three separate parlays, while a round robin bet with four wagers would result in six separate parlays.
Here's an example of a round robin bet:
Let's say you want to bet on the following three NFL games:
- New England Patriots (-3) vs. Miami Dolphins
- Seattle Seahawks (+7) vs. San Francisco 49ers
- Green Bay Packers (-6) vs. Minnesota Vikings
You could place a round robin bet with two teams and two combinations, which would result in two separate parlays:
- Parlay 1: New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks
- Parlay 2: New England Patriots and Green Bay Packers
If all three of your selected teams win, you would win a higher payout than if you had placed three separate bets. However, if any one of the individual wagers loses, some of the parlays in your round robin bet may still win, but the overall payout will be lower.
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