To deposit, as a wager; to stake; to risk.
To lay a wager; to bet.
A bookie lays a selection when he opens a market in it and thus allows a bet on it.
To lay a bet is to oppose an outcome. See Back and Lay Calculator
A bettor can lay a selection on the betting exchanges such as Betfair and BetDaq. This is the opposite of backing a selection and involves taking other gamblers bets on a particular player, effectively acting like a conventional bookmaker.
A bet against a particular number by the wrong bettor, who gives the casino a 5% commission.
This is to bet or wager.
When a bookmaker accepts a bet - they will say they have laid Chelsea if they have taken a bet on them.
A bookmaker's offer quoting the price at which he wishes to trade. 'I'll lay 6-4 this favourite.'
A bet against a point number by paying a 5% commission.
The opposite to back an outcome. To play the role of the bookmaker and oppose an outcome.
To take a bet. Bookies lay bets.
When a bookmaker accept bets it is often said that they lay a bet. A bookmaker will often be known as a layor.
A bookmaker, or a person on a betting exchange, accepts a bet on a selection, i.e. someone is betting that the selection will not win. The opposite of backing an outcome is "laying" an outcome.
To stake money on an outcome; to bet, wager or gamble.
Take a bet on, like a Bookmaker.