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Best Parlay Betting Options at Hard Rock Bet NJ

Parlays are immensely popular at online sportsbooks, comprising about 60% of all wagers and nearly 30% of all money bet. At Hard Rock Bet in New Jersey, new parlay options like the Same-Game Parlay Max and Flex Parlay offer innovative ways to increase odds and provide flexibility, allowing for up to 20 combined legs across various markets, including niche sports and a forgiving structure that still pays out even if some legs fail.

Parlays Are The Play At Hard Rock Bet

  • Parlays Popularity: Around 60% of online sports bets are parlays.
  • Innovative Options: Hard Rock Bet offers the Same-Game Parlay Max, allowing up to 20 combined legs across multiple markets.
  • Flexibility in Bets: The Flex Parlay offers a forgiving structure, paying out even if some legs of the parlay fail.

There’s no more popular play at online NJ sportsbooks than the parlay. Industry estimates are that around 60% of all wagers played are parlays and they account for nearly 30% of all money bet.

The draw of parlays is the chance to win big while betting small. The drawback with parlays is that your odds of winning are also quite small. 

However, at HardRock Bet New Jersey, they are tweaking their parlay plays with some innovative options that can increase those odds.

Hard Rock Bet SGP Max

The most recent addition to the Hard Rock Bet app repertoire of parlay specials is the Same-Game Parlay Max. This wager could be called parlay 2.0, or parlays on steroids.

With Hard Rock Bet’s SGP Max, unlike standard same-game parlays, you’re able to combine up to 20 legs and you can do so across a variety of markets. You might say it’s a marriage of the best of both parlay worlds. It’s a traditional parlay getting hitched with a same-game parlay.

By toggling a SGP button, online players at Hard Rock sportsbook in New Jersey can instantly click on the “only show bets for same game parlay” option to see every bet from each game that’s eligible to be packaged in a same-game parlay play. Then you’re free to start assembling your SGP. There’s no longer the need to search the Hard Rock Bet to determine which bets are SGP eligible. 

With the SGP Max wager, you can take a number of same-game parlays from a variety of games and package them together into one massive same-game parlay, with as many as 20 separate legs.

For example, if you were betting a Philadelphia Eagles vs Dallas Cowboys NFL game, you could include the over on passing yards for Eagles QB Jalen Hurts and the under on passing TDs by Cowboys QB Dak Prescott. Then you might switch to a Los Angeles Lakers vs Milwaukee Bucks NBA game and include the over on assists for LA’s LeBron James and the under on rebounds for Milwaukee’s Giannis Antetokounmpo. And you can do this up to a maximum of 20 times, across as many games as you want.

As the name suggests, it’s same game parlaying to the max.

Hard Rock Bet Flex Parlay

The introduction of the SGP Max comes on the heels of Hard Rock Bet creating the Flex Parlay. This is the most forgiving parlay bet currently on offer to New Jersey players. These sportsbook bonuses can work well with this type of bets.

With a Flex Parlay wager at Hard Rock Bet, New Jersey players can package up to 10 legs into one parlay play. But it’s much more than that. The Hard Rock Bet Flex Parlay is the antidote to the bad beat.

There are other New Jersey sports betting apps that offer some level of parlay insurance. None are nearly as forgiving as the Hard Rock Bet Flex Parlay. It enables you to still be in with a chance to win even after a few of your parlay legs have failed to cash.

The more legs your parlay contains, the more forgiving the Hard Rock Bet Flex Parlay becomes. For starters, a three-leg parlay will still cash even if one leg fails. Perhaps the best part of the Flex Parlay is that you are in control. As you assemble your parlay, you get to choose how many legs can fail and you will still get paid. Of course, the odds will change dynamically depending upon the number of legs you choose to set your cash out option prior to playing the parlay.

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