overbet

overbet

vb, -bets, -betting, -bet or -betted
(Card Games) to bet too much or more than the usual or permitted amount
n
(Card Games) a bet that is greater than the usual or permitted amount
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Conclusion Think he'll be overbet in the market and would prefer to side with the proven Dinsdale.
With the handicaps, as usual, having more plots than an allotment, Mullins' beasts will be overbet in those contests as well.
Normally, calling with jacks is a dicey move, but I could tell he only made the overbet because he incorrectly assumed he was being bluffed.
Today's ties pitch overbet favourites packed with famous major-league haircuts, against minnows from tiny mullet-blighted regions you'd struggle to place on a map.
They could overbet him here and my suggestion would be to support Mull Of Killough.
Because of their success last year, when the Europeans won five of the 14 Breeders' Cup races, retired Hall of Fame jockey and ABC/ESPN racing analyst Jerry Bailey believes the foreign invaders may be overbet today and Saturday.
They can now place their bets in advance, obtain fair odds and avoid wagering on overbet horses.
He will relish the underfoot conditions and has done more than Bang Bang Rosie and Caltex who could both be overbet because of where they hail from.
Inthosesituations, your radar tells you to ignore the hype, they will be overbet, etc.
The top riders get their pick far more so than in other jurisdictions, but can be consequently overbet.
Liverpool are a ludicrous 1/2 to beat Swansea - just the latest rotten price about football's most overbet club.
Conclusion Guesswork, but sure to be overbet, so she's a lay.