Abbreviated as LGS, a bet on which player will score the final goal in a match.
A bet that something won't happen. See lay betting for more information.
Lay betting is betting that something won't happen. For example, you may bet that a team won't win a match or that a horse won't place in a flat race.
lay the favourite
Laying the favourite involves betting that the favourite in a race or competition won't win.
Another term for hedging.
A measurement of the distance between horses, roughly equivalent to the length of a horse. The number of lengths between horses is sometimes used to determine payouts on money back betting specials from bookies.
In betting, increasing the odds on a particular selection or outcome.
Level Stakes Profit
Abbreviated as LSP, the value of the profit that would have been made if each stake were worth one unit.
The current odds for an event.
An ungraded stakes race.
Live betting is betting that occurs while sports events are being played. It's also known as in-play betting.
US term for a near-certain winner.
An outsider with long odds, considered unlikely to win.
A Lucky 15 is a wager on four selections, consisting of 15 bets - four singles, six doubles, four trebles and a fourfold accumulator. If only one selection wins, returns are paid to double the odds.
A Lucky 31 bet is a wager on five selections, consisting of 31 bets - five singles, 10 doubles, 10 trebles, five fourfold accumulators and a fivefold accumulator. One selection has to win for a return.
A Lucky 63 bet is a wager on six selections, consisting of 63 separate bets - six singles, 15 doubles, 20 trebles, 15 fourfolds, six fivefolds and a sixfold accumulator. One selection has to win for a return.