A teaser combines three or more spread wagers into a single bet and allows the bettor to adjust the spreads favorably. The bettor gets to choose how much to adjust the spread, but that adjustment is the same across every wager in the teaser. Teasers shift the odds in favor of the bettor, so they tend to have lower payouts than each wager would if placed separately. As an example, let’s say you like Pittsburgh -4 and Chicago +6, but are worried that Pittsburgh might only win by a field goal, or Chicago might lose by a touchdown. If you pair these games together in a 7-point teaser, you have Steelers at +3.0 and the Bears at +13.0. Now any Steelers win (and even a 1- or 2-point loss) is covered, as is Chicago in many more outcomes.

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