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Caesars Sportsbook Promo Code Scores $1,250 in Most States, $1,500 in Ohio for Tuesday CBB

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Tuesday evening’s selection of college basketball features several compelling matchups for sports bettors to use the Caesars Sportsbook promo code ACTION4FULL to seize up to $1,250 in bet value.

If you’re betting in Ohio, the ceiling is kicked up to a $1,500 offer with Caesars Sportsbook promo code ACTION41BET. It works the same, just a higher value.

Caesars Promo Code State Bet Amount
ACTION4FULL All Caesars States $1,250
ACTION41BET Ohio $1,500

Alright, so what does any of this mean? Let’s dive deeper into some Tuesday college basketball bets and walk through it together.

First Bets on the House

Before we get into it, take a quick look at our 12 sports betting tips and a how-to for reading American odds guide.

Your first bet with the book will be your “first bet on the house.” So it’s a good idea to consider a play that’s comfortably researched, but has a higher payout.

It might seem tempting to place a bet on a team that’s hot. Or, fade the team that’s in a slump. You shouldn’t do either. Historically, both are overvalued.

There are several ways to boost your line. For this example, we’ll compile a three-leg parlay of several Tuesday best bets from our staff to make things interesting.

Brett Pund on Kansas +8.5:

In the four contests at Allen Fieldhouse, Self’s squad failed to cover this number in all four, with an average margin of victory of just 2.67. This also includes a TCU team coming in and beating the Jayhawks by 23 points in their last home game.

Meanwhile, Kansas State has victories on the road at Texas and Baylor in Big 12 play, so it’s proven it can play well away from home. In the first matchup, Kansas closed as a -1.5 favorite, which makes you wonder what’s causing this big change after Kansas State won that game. It’s just too many points for me.

BJ Cunningham on Indiana +3:

Indiana is putting up 0.99 PPP in the half-court during conference play while Maryland is 10th defensively.

During Big Ten play, Maryland is 13th in effective field goal percentage and is shooting under 32% from behind the arc. The Terrapins are one of the highest-frequency teams in the country running pick-and-roll, and it’s second in the Big Ten in PPP in pick-and-roll.

Meanwhile, Indiana is pretty average at defending PnR sets, so that will be the Terps’ best path to success offensively. However, the Terps are not finishing at the rim at a high level, and like I already mentioned, they’re struggling shooting from deep, so that means they will be forced into a lot of mid-range jumpers.

Stuckey on West Virginia +2:

I’m willing to back the road dog here and fade a TCU team that I believe will be lost without star guard Mike Miles.

Miles is just so important to the Horned Frogs’ transition offense, which is the deadliest in the country. He’s the engine that makes the entire car go and also takes all of the biggest shots in the clutch.

It will take some time for the Frogs to adjust to life without him. Meanwhile, West Virginia is playing great basketball of late and is due for some positive shooting regression in league play. It should also dominate the offensive glass in this particular matchup.

So, we have the following to use as our bet on the house:

Bet Odds
Kansas State +8.5 -110
Indiana +3 -110
West Virginia +2 -110
Total Odds +596

We can bet anything up to $1,250. If you can afford it, it’s best to maximize the value of the offer by betting the full amount. So that’s what we’ll do in this mock bet.

If we bet $1,250 on this parlay at +596, we’ll see back a $7,450 for an $8,700 total payout. That’s if it all hits. If one of the legs misses, the bet loses and we see back $1,250 in bet credits form.

Those can’t be cashed out though. The catch is to bet with them to win real profits back. Let’s talk about how we can take an angle to doing so.

A Strategy to Bet Credits

The bet above has an implied improbability of 14.4%. In the case it doesn’t hit, we have $1,250 in bet credits. We are essentially getting double the opportunity with the money we deposited.

We’ll still want longer odds. So we’ll break off $100 of our $1,250 pot and place a straight-up bet on Florida to defeat Tennessee on Wednesday night. These odds are at +230 at the time of publish.

We have $230 ($100 stake is taken back) in real cash if Florida wins, but we lose the $100 without profiting anything if they lose.

Signing Up With Caesars

  1. Click here and select your state, and input the Caesars promo code ACTION4FULL (or ACTION41BET in Ohio).
  2. Provide your basic personal information to create an account, including your name, date of birth, address & email address.
  3. Make a deposit using your bank account, PayPal or credit/debit cards.
  4. Download the Caesars Sportsbook app and login.
  5. Wager up to $1,250 on your first bet.

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