Bet is one of those verbs that has the same word for present past and past participle. bet / bet / bet I bet on the horses. I bet on two horses yesterday. I have bet on the dogs before but I lost money.
When you say 'I bet you...' in a real or figurative way, you are making a bet with someone on the outcome of something. When you say 'I bet on you', you are telling someone that you believe they will succeed or win.
for example if you place a bet of "manchester united draw no bet" the following happens: if manchester united win, you win the bet if the match is a draw you get your stake back if manchester united lose you lose the bet
I bet you can't lick your elbow. I bet you can't go an entire day with out eating. I bet you can't jump higher than me. I bet you can't make a dumber bet than I can. I bet you can't start a chant in a public place.
A straddle bet is when the player in first position makes a bet twice the size of the pot. It is an optional bet made blindly by a player before even seeing the hand. After such a bet all the following players must either match or raise the bet before continuing the hand.