1. Hi and welcome to Betnod. If you would like to view the forum without adverts then please register.

Help for Newbie Betting markets

Discussion in 'System Proofing' started by kufontinas, Jan 4, 2013.

  1. kufontinas

    kufontinas New Member

    Messages:
    1
    The betting market is where you place a bet on an event. Any given event, such as a football match may have a number of different markets, for example Win/Draw/Win, Half Time Result and Double Chance markets. Each market will have at least two selections available. Before placing your bets you need to know what type of markets are available for the event you wish to bet on.
    With our full sports betting descriptions you will quickly learn which bets apply to which sports, which bets have special rules or terms and what it all means to you, the online sports bettor!

    Half Time/Full Time



    Description: The Half Time/Full Time bet refers to the possible correct prediction of both half time and final time result. It is a combination of the Win/Draw/Win at the Half and Final time, and that’s why the odds are higher than the normal 1X2. Of course both selections must be correct in order to win.
    Selection: Half Time / Full Time bets have 9 selections:
    1/1) Home team must be winning both at Half Time and at Final time Example: The home team must be the match winner and the half/time winner too.
    1/2) Home team must be winning at Half Time but the Away team will be the match winner.
    Example: If the score at H/T is 1-0 for the Home Team, the Away Team then ends up winning 1-2.
    1/X) Home team must be winning at half time, but the final result is a draw.
    Example: If the score at the H/T is 1-0 for the Home Team, but the match ends in a 1-1 draw.
    2/1) Away team must be winning in the First Half but the Home team must win the match.
    Example: If the score at the H/T is 0-1 for the Away Team, but the final result is 2-1 for the Home Team.
    2/2) Away team must be the match winner but must also be winning at Half time.
    Example: The score at Half Time may be 0-1 and at the Final Time 0-1 or 0-2 or 1-2 etc
    2/X) Away team must be winning in the first half, but the final result must be a draw.
    Example: If the score at the H/T is 0-1, but the final result is a draw.
    X/1) The first half ends in a draw, but the Final result is a win for the Home Team.
    Example: If the score at H/T is 0-0 but the full time result is 1-0, 2-0 etc.
    X/2) The first half ends in a draw, but the final result is an away win.
    Example: If the score at the H/T is 0-0, but the full time result is 0-1, 0-2, 1-2 etc.
    X/X) The result at both Half Time and Full Time must be a draw.
    Example: If the score at the H/T is 0-0 the Full Time score must be also a draw (0-0, 1-1, 2-2 etc)
    Sports: Football, Basketball


    Total Goals



    Description: The Total Goals bet is the prediction of the total number of goals that will be scored in a match in normal duration (including injury time). The difference between the Total Goals and the Over/Under is that the bettor has to predict the precise number of goals that will be scored.
    Selections: Total Goals bet has 4 selections:

    0-1 : The total number of goals scored during the match will be 0 or 1.
    2-3 : The total number of goals scored during the match will be 2 or 3.
    4-6 : The total number of goals scored during the match will be between 4 and 6.
    7+ : The total number of goals scored during the match will be 7 or more.
    Example: A selection at 2-3 goals for a Match that will end 2-0 or 2-1 or 3-0 is correct and it wins but a final result of 1-0 or 2-2 will make the bet to lose.

    NO LINKS PLEASE ......

    Ta ...
  2. winrew

    winrew GILF

    Messages:
    2,185
    Link removed , probably SPAM