How to Bet a Three Way Soccer Money Line

How to Make a Soccer Three Way Money line Bet

Three Way Soccer Money Line Bet? Sounds far more difficult than it really is. In soccer there are usually three outcomes possible in a game. A Win, Loss, or Draw are 3 different outcomes to bet on.

Three Way Money Line Bet Example:

A game between San Jose Earthquakes and Colorado Rapids. These are the three possible outcomes of the game.

San Jose Wins

Colorado Wins

San Jose & Colorado Draw

Soccer bets are based on results after 90 minutes of play or, ‘Regular Time’, which includes any time added by the referee in respect of injuries and other stoppages. Any Overtime, Golden Goals or Penalty Shoot-Outs do not count towards these bets since they are not considered ‘Regular Time’. For example, in the elimination stages of the World Cup, a winner is required in the tournament in order to progress to the next stage, but all bets are settled on 90 minutes of play (Regular Time). Thus, a draw is a possible outcome to bet on even in a game where one team must be eliminated. An example of what a 3-way money line would look like is:

San Jose -129

Colorado +325

Draw +250

What is the Advantage to Three Way Betting?

You can make more than one bet on the same game. In the San Jose vs Colorado game you can see Colorado is a dog. Maybe you like them but you think the game will be really close. Instead of just making one bet on the game with Colorado +325. You can make a second bet on the game and bet on a draw at +250. If you make a $100 bet on both of those outcomes then a total of $200 is wagered. If Colorado wins then you will win $325, however if Colorado and San Jose tie then you will still win money for the game with a return of $250.
I do like taking two of the three outcomes if both are +200 or better. That means if either happens I will get at least a push for the game.