Borgata ‘Edit My Bet’ – Modify Placed Bets
19 October 2020
Control your placed bets with this Borgata Feature
‘Edit My Bet’ is one of the powerful tools provided by Borgata Sportsbook for its sports bettors. It allows the modification of a parlay or straight bet to a certain extent. No longer are bettors left to the mercy of their original selection.
How to use ‘Edit my Bet’ feature?
The ‘Edit my Bet’ feature can be deployed on a parlay or straight bet. A number of actions can be performed to modify the bet in such a way that a bettor increases the chances of success. This feature can be applied only on select bets which are able to meet two major criteria:
- Presence of Cash Out feature
- Presence of unsettled selections
The feature can be used by going into the ‘my bets’ section after logging into the Borgata sportsbook account. The edit label can be clicked to initiate the changes and confirming the same by clicking on the ‘save’ button.
What are the variety of functions supported by the feature?
A number of functions are supported by this feature. They are:
Adding selections – A new selection can be brought into an existing bet using this feature.
Removing selections – Some parts of the bet can be removed if the start of the event throws up a different scenario than initially expected
Increasing the stake – The size of the wager can be increased if a bettor feels more confident about their chances of success in a bet
Swapping the selection – One selection in a bet can be replaced with another if a bettor notices that the dynamics of the event have changed after the start
FAQ about ‘Edit My Bet’
After the edit bet feature has been initiated, the new stake will be same as the Cash Out value, which was available at the time of initiating the editing process.
Yes, changes can be rejected in situations where there are price changes, technical issues, lack of selections, and change in Cash Out value.
The status of the previous bet can be followed up in the ‘betting history’ as it will be Cashed Out at the displayed rates.