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Correct Score is where you bet on the (partial or definite) exact score of a match or event.
Example: In a soccer game between the DC United and NYC FC, NYC FC will will win by a score of 3 to 2.
An Outright bet is a wager placed on the outcome of the entirety of a tournament, season or longer competition, as opposed to one game, round, or match within a tournament.
Example: The bettor will have the option to bet on Tiger Woods to win the Masters tournament.
Asian Handicap is most commonly a Soccer bet and there are a few different types:
Whole Ball and Half Ball Asian Handicaps work exactly as a point spread would. The goal line is determined, and the bettor has the option to bet on either team to cover their spread.
A Split Ball handicap, or 2-way Asian Handicap is a bit different. This type of bet allows the bettor to bet on either side when the level of favoritism is between a full point line (e.g. 1.0, 2.0) and a half point (e.g. 0.5, 1.5).
Example (Split Ball Handicap): Philadelphia is favored to win against NY Red Bulls with a Split Ball Offering of -1.0 and -1.5. The bettor places $50 on Philadelphia, and their bet is now split into two $25-dollar bets, $25 on Philadelphia at -1.0 and $25 on Philadelphia at -1.5. If Philadelphia wins by 2 or more, both of these bets will be winners, If Philadelphia wins by 1 goal, the stake for the Philadelphia at -1.0 bet is refunded and the Philadelphia at -1.5 bet is a loser.
A Half-Time/Full-Time bet is a wager that allows the bettor to, within one bet, predict the halftime result and the full-time (end of match) result and is most commonly used in Soccer. The combinations look like:Home/Home (home team will be winning at half-time and will win the match) Home/Away (home team will be winning at half-time, away team will win the match) Home/Draw (home team will be winning at half-time, match will end in a draw), etc.
Example: New England is playing Chicago in a soccer match. The bettor places a wager on Draw/New England. There is no score in the first half (Draw), and Chicago scores the only goal in the second half. As the bettor’s Full-Time prediction (New England) was incorrect, they lose the entire bet.
An Odd/Even bet is a wager on the total score of an event to be an odd or even number.
Example: Bettor places an Even wager on the Yankees third inning total in a baseball game. Yankees score 3 runs in the third inning, and the bettor loses their Even bet.
A Three-Way Spread will have 3 bet offers (away team wins, home team wins, and draw). The game will be played with a handicap, meaning that the bettor is not necessarily betting on the outright winner. The underdog will be given a set number of goals that will determine the outcome of the wager (similar to a spread).
Example: LA Galaxy is a 4-goal favorite, and the bettor places a Three-Way Spread bet on that line and chooses Draw. LA Galaxy wins by 4 goals, therefore the bettor has won their bet.
A Double Chance bet, most commonly used in soccer, allows the bettor to wager on two out of three potential final outcomes (Away, Home, or Draw) with one wager. They are able to “double their chances” of winning the bet by ensuring that 2 of 3 outcomes will secure them a win. Their 3 possible combinations are Home and Away, Home and Draw, or Away and Draw.
Example: Seattle Sounders are playing San Jose in a soccer match and the bettor places a wager on the Sounders as well as San Jose. Seattle Sounders wins the match, therefore the bettor wins their bet. The only outcome that would have resulted in the bettor losing their bet would have been a Draw.
A Scorer is a bet offer based on a participant to achieve something (e.g. to score a goal).
Yes/no betting allows the user to place a bet that is phrased as a Yes/no question to predict an outcome. It’s commonly used in prop betting.
Example: Will Fergie take more than 2 minutes to sing the national anthem at this year’s NBA All Star Game?
Asian Over/Under X
This bet is most commonly placed on soccer games. Similar to an Asian Handicap, the bet can be split into two bet offerings.
Example: The Over/Under for a soccer match is set to 2.75 goals. The bettor wager $50 on the Under. This bet is split into two parallel bets, $25 on Under 2.5 and $25 on Under 3. The final score of the game is 2-1. The bettor is refunded on their Under 3.0 goals portion of the bet, and the Under 2.5 goals portion of the bet is a loser.
A Winning Margin bet is a wager that allows the bettor to predict the margin of victory for a certain team in a single event, most commonly used in Soccer. The bettor is able to predict the winning team and their margin of victory for the game.
Example: Bettor wagers on Arsenal to win by 3 goals. If Arsenal wins by more or less than 3 goals, draws, or loses, the bettor will not win their bet.
Player Occurrence Number
A Player Occurrence Number is a bet offer on which player will do the Nth occurrence of a specific activity.
For example: "Who will score first goal in the match", "Who will take the next throw-in", "Who will take the third free-kick in the second quarter" etc.
Player Last Occurrence
A Player Last Occurrence is a bet offer on which a player will do the last occurrence of a specific activity.
For example: "Who will score the last goal in the match". One bet offer contains multiple participants.
Player Occurrence Line
A Player Occurrence Line is a bet offer that a specific player will do a given activity, over or under a given number of times.
For example: Number of goals, Number of interceptions. One bet offer per participant player and line.