Chalk: the favoured team to win (used to describe a heavy favourite). Example sentence: The local soccer club is chalk against the visiting team.
Chalk Eater or Player: a sports bettor that primarily or only backs favourites. Example sentence: I have a friend who never bets on the underdog, we call him a chalk eater ID Line SBOBET.
Covered: winning against the point spread. Example sentence: I bet on the Buffalo Bills even though they start the game with a -4 point spread, I know they will win by more then 4 points so its a sure bet.
Circled: a match that has reduced betting action due to various factors like bad weather or player injury. Example sentence: The Australia vs Germany football game was circled because some starters for both teams came down with the flu.
Carpet: Odds of 3 to 1 (UK Slang).
Closing Line: no more changes to the point spread will be made before game time.
Canadian Line: a combination money-line and point-spread bet in hockey.
Dead Hit: both teams or players end the match equal – they both win. Example sentence: It was a dead hit match between the Tamworth Butchers and Gunnedah Sharks soccer teams as they both had a goal on the scoreboard at the final whistle.
Dime: is a $1000.00 wager.
Dividend: the payout (return) on the bet. Example sentence: The dividend on the wager was forty dollars.
Dog: is the less favoured team to win. Example sentence: The Celtics are the dog in their upcoming match against the Lakers as the majority of people believe the Lakers will win.