UFC 210 Odds – $10 Parlays That Could Pay Out Huge

If you don’t have a BookMaker.eu account to bet on UFC odds, you should know that the trustworthy online sportsbook is giving you $10 to bet with when. All you gotta do is scroll to the bottom of this article and follow the instructions on the Sherdog banner to get your free play.

With no deposit required, all of a sudden you’re playing with house money. And the quickest way to increase that is with parlays. You know the risk here: basically you’ve got to be perfect, but the payout is generally much larger than a single bet.

With UFC 210 just a few days away, today we’re looking at a few parlays for your free $10 bet. We’ll look at the UFC odds at BookMaker.eu and start small. Please note, fight odds are updated daily so there could be some slight variation when you log into the sportsbook.

2-Team Parlay: $10 to win 29.28

Johnson to win -107
Weidman to win +103

Taking Two Slight Underdogs

The top two fights are basically toss-ups, so taking both ‘dogs isn’t too big of a risk here. And really, it’s not hard to talk yourself into this. “Rumble” should be better prepared for Cormier’s grind, and he’s fended off elite wrestlers before. If he fights smart and conserves his energy, his explosive power could easily earn him the belt.

Weidman’s already been tabbed as an Underdog Special from our Cherry Picks review this week. Mousasi doesn’t have the killshot power or takedown defense of somebody like Yoel Romero, so he could easily take two of three rounds.

This is a somewhat low-risk parlay for nearly a 3-1 payout. Honestly, it sounds better than finding a +290 underdog and praying for a huge upset.

3-Team Parlay: $10 to win $52

Johnson to win -107
Weidman to win +103
Cote to win -162

Let’s Add A Moderate Favorite to the Mix

Here, we’re taking the same bet from before and adding Cote to win. That’ll up your winning potential to more than five times what you put in. Obviously, you’ve got to believe that both Johnson and Weidman will score upsets, while Cote will pull through against a flailing Thiago Alves.

You’ve got options here as well that won’t affect the payout too much. If you really believe that Johnson or Weidman will lose, you can swap them out with their opponents and you’ll still nab a better than 4-1 return.

4-Team Parlay: $10 to win $62.67

Johnson vs. Cormier Over 1.5 rounds -145
Mousasi vs. Weidman Over 2.5 rounds -180
Alves vs. Cote Over 2.5 rounds -170
Oliveira vs. Brooks Over 2.5 rounds -135

It Is All Over

In this option, we refrain from picking any winners and instead look at round totals. I feel it’s a near certainty that Cormier vs. Johnson goes past the 1.5 round mark – their first fight went deep into the third and DC proved he could take a clean hit from Johnson and clinch his way out of trouble.

I’d also feel safe with taking the over on Oliveira vs. Brooks – the Bellator champ’s past 10 fights have gone past 2.5 rounds. Weidman will likely get back to his wrestling roots while Alves and Cote will likely a good amount of time finding their rhythm and distance in a kickboxing matchup.

4-Team Parlay: $10 to win $71.95

Cormier to win -113
Weidman to win +103
Brooks to win -287
Cote vs. Alves Over 2.5 rounds -170

A Mix of Everything

Let’s take the assumption that Cormier and Weidman win as slight underdog, and pair that with two big favorites bets. Brooks is the biggest favorite on the main card, and he should be able to earn a win against an erratic Oliveira. We also need to have faith that Alves and Cote won’t knock each other out, given that they’re both a bit past their primes and the Brazilian doesn’t have the pop he used to.

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Abe first encountered MMA in 2000, watching a VHS tape of Kazushi Sakuraba kicking the legs of a downed Royce Gracie in Pride Fighting Championships. He's been hooked ever since. Abe has penned NBA and NFL articles for Sports Illustrated and RotoExperts. In 2010, Abe signed on as the lead MMA writer for BigOnSports.com, and is now dedicated to helping fellow fans beat the odds.