What Does Plus 1200 Mean in Betting?

The world of sports betting is a complex one, and the lines can be a little confusing at times. That’s why we’ve gone ahead and interpreted some of the lines for you. Here’s a short introduction to what all these numbers mean in sports betting.

Formula 1

This one is pretty self-explanatory. It’s the most popular sport in the world, with annual competitions held around the globe. The races are relatively short, with the longest one featuring ten circuits. The top three drivers in each race win points that contribute to the World Championship. The points system is designed so that only the best eighteen drivers out of over one hundred race for the entire season compete for the Championship (which is decided at the end of the year).

A-Levels

If you’re an international student, you’ll need to apply for an A-Level. These are qualification exams that you need to pass in order to progress to the next stage of your studies. In some cases, you’ll also need to complete a course in order to be able to sit for these exams. The number in the parentheses next to the sport indicates how many A Levels you need to pass in order to qualify for that sport. You can find out more information about your A-Level results here. You’ll also need to register for the UCAS Tariff in order to find out what fees you’ll have to pay for your A Levels. Note that some universities may choose to defer the cost of their A-Levels until after you graduate, so be sure to make the right choice when applying.

NFL Season

The National Football League (NFL) is the best-known and most popular American sporting competition. The league features twenty-six teams, each with its own unique color, which are known as the ‘Seahawks’. The games are famous for their high energy and intense competition. The regular season of the NFL is played between September and December, with each team playing sixteen games. The postseason features the competing teams with the best records in a single league, known as the ‘Super Bowl’. The Super Bowl is the championship of the NFL and is generally considered to be the most important game of the year. If you’re a fan of American football, then this is the league you’ll need to follow closely.

NHL Season

The National Hockey League (NHL) was founded in 1917, and is still one of the biggest and most popular sports leagues in the world. The league has established itself as a major sport in its own right, with a regular season that runs from October to April, and a playoffs following the season. Like the NFL, the primary teams in the NHL are referred to as the ‘Seahawks’. However, unlike the NFL, the NHL has a far more traditional hockey lineup, with each team employing only six skaters and a goalie in order to keep the gameplay simple. The hits can also be a little more violent, with fighting being a part of the game since its earliest years. If you’re a fan of hockey, then this is the league you’ll need to keep an eye on in the coming months.

WNBA Season

The WNBA is the top-level women’s basketball league in the world. Founded in 1996, the league consists of twelve teams, each with its own vibrant history and culture. Games in the WNBA are typically held on weeknights, with the occasional weekday afternoon or evening game being played. The regular season of the WNBA runs from May to October, and features teams competing in the Eastern and Western Conference Championships, as well as the NBA Finals. Like the other major sports leagues mentioned so far, the WNBA has a short regular season that features less matches and less traveling, giving the players a chance to rest and recover between games. There’s also the Olympics, which are held every four years and provide an opportunity to showcase the sport internationally. The pinnacle of the WNBA season is the All-Star Game, which is usually played in mid-July. This year’s edition will be played on January 25, and the coaches’ version will be broadcast during the Winter Olympics on February 20.

College Football Playoffs

Just because the NBA, NHL, and NFL have completed their seasons doesn’t mean that college football is any less interesting. For the most part, college football fans can be considered as hardcore as their counterparts in the other sports, with numerous annual matchups generating intense rivalry. While the postseason features the same general format as the other sports, with four teams competing for supremacy, there’s one major difference. Games in the college football playoffs are typically played on Sundays, with the championship game often being held on Thanksgiving day. Thanks to the combination of the American Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays, this game is often played on the last Tuesday of November or the first Sunday of December. While the NFL, NHL, and NBA get all the glory, the CFB playoffs are where the real action is, with each team employing a specialized, football-specific vocabulary. If you’re a fan of American football, then this is the category you’ll want to keep an eye on.

Major Soccer League Season

Major soccer leagues have been around for well over a century, with the most famous and popular of these being the English Premier League and the Spanish Liga. Like the other major sports leagues mentioned so far, the MLS season runs from October to April, with each team playing thirty-six matches. Like the other sports leagues, the MLS features numerous American and international players, with the league champion being decided by way of a playoff. Due to the sheer number of games and matches throughout the season, it’s not uncommon for fans to follow a particular team for the entirety of the season. However, if you’re looking for a team you can follow around the world, then Major Soccer is the place to be. For those who follow the game internationally, each team plays with a regularly changing roster of player, meaning that during a season you’ll see multiple champions and multiple World Cup appearances. If you’re a fan of soccer, then this is the league you’ll need to keep an eye on in the coming months.

Cricket

Cricket is another sport that has been around for well over a century and is one of the more traditional sports in the world. The International Cricket Council (ICC) regulates the sport and sets the rules for cricket, with the governing body being the international equivalent of the NFL, the English Premier League, and the Major Leagues. Just like the other major sports leagues mentioned so far, the ICC season runs from October to April, with each team playing a twenty-six-game season. The actual game is relatively simple, with the field being divided into four parts, and each part being assigned a number. If you follow cricket, then this is the category you’ll want to keep an eye on.