Definition of One Game Parlay

What does the term "one game parlay" mean? What is the definition of the term "one game parlay"?

A "One Game Parlay" is the same thing as a "Same Game Parlay", where you are making selections from the same game to create a parlay bet.

Why is this important?

What is a One Game Parlay when it comes to betting on sports online?  The King explains.In the past, sportsbooks would forbid people from including multiple outcomes from the SAME game in a parlay bet.

For instance - let's say that you wanted to bet Luka Doncic to score more than 28.5 points AND the Dallas Mavericks to win.

In the past, you wouldn't be able to make this bet into a parlay - you'd have to bet on the two elements separately.

Now, in what has been a relatively new innovation, sportsbooks are allowing people to create One Game Parlays.


Here is another example.

Let's say that you want to create a One Game Parlay for a Monday Night Football game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Dallas Cowboys.

It might look like this:

Tom Brady to Throw For 265+ Yards
Buccaneers to Win
Ezekiel Elliott to Run For Less Than 82 Yards

With the one game parlay, you can add all three of these things into one ticket, to potentially dramatically increase your potential payout.