There are many misconceptions people have about gambling and game of chance. The most common is that luck is the greatest ally a gambler has and the gambler is at the mercy of an unparalleled system of events. But in progressive betting, that is totally untrue. It would be very important to understand betting as a course, every outcome is not directly affected by the implementation of a progressive betting system, nonetheless, your position definitely can.
The usefulness of a betting plan cannot be overemphasized.
We will try to give good examples of bets and make sure all complicated practices become more understandable. Using these strategies, we will show you how much money you can make by using these strategies.
DOUBLE CHANCE BETTING
The name specifically gives us an insight into this system. This is a betting strategy for more risk-averse bettors. This type gives a double chance for you to win the bet. Simply, this implies that you can bet on two events happening in a game, thus decreasing the possibility of a loss. The downside of this implies that the odds come out really lower.
For Instance, take a football game in the premier league between Manchester United vs Tottenham. There are three outcomes that are required from this game. A win by Manchester United is denoted as (1), a win by Tottenham is denoted by (2), a draw is denoted by (X). So if you have a feeling that Manchester United will win the game, or at least draw Tottenham, then you can put Manchester United to win or draw denoted as (1X). However, if you believe Tottenham to win or lose, then it can be denoted as (X2). The third type of Double chance betting in this category is Manchester United or Tottenham to win but no draws. Then, this is denoted as (12).
In this kind of betting strategy, you take a little more risk than the double chance betting. Here, you bet on the standings at half-time and the results at full time. This is sometimes similar to scorecast/wincast betting.
For instance, if the home team is to win at half time and full time, it is denoted as (1/1). If the away team is to win in both halves, then it is denoted as (2/2). If the teams are to draw both halves, whether goals are involved or not, then it is denoted as (X/X). If there should be a draw at half time and the home team to win at full time, then it is denoted as (X/1). If you want to pick a win at first half for the home team and a draw at full time, then it is denoted as (1/X). If you believe the away team to win at half time and to draw at full time, then it should be denoted as (2/X). Lastly, if you believe the home team to be winning at half time and the away team to beat them at full time, then it should be denoted as (1/2), or if you feel it should be the other way round, then it is denoted as (2/1) although this is usually a very rare scenario most times, which brings about higher odds.
These bets are the most interesting when you are expecting a favorite to win. The idea behind this type of betting is that it starts with the weaker team being ahead with some goals to be added to the final scoreline. So the team which is favorite to win will start with some goals down. The aim of this is to raise the odds for the favorite team to win.
For instance, if we were having a game between FC Bayern Munich and Eintracht Frankfurt. A handicap bet in this kind of match, with FC Bayern being a huge favorite, you can just ignore the normal three-way bet used which will give you way lesser odd, and give Eintracht Frankfurt a goal lead at the start of the game and a win for FC Bayern at full time.
Considering this wager, you just need to choose a player which you feel will score first in the game and the score at the end of the game. Note that this doesn’t refer to the RESULT but the final SCORE. In this wager, it is required that you not just predict which team will win but the scoreline at the end of the game.
For instance, you want to place a scorecast wager in a game between Chelsea and Westham. You may decide to predict the first goal to come from Eden Hazard and Chelsea to win 2-1. Then, it is needed that BOTH events take place for this particular bet to be won.
If for any reason, Willian scored the first goal and Chelsea goes on to win the game against West Ham, the wager will be lost still. The wager will be lost also if Chelsea won 4-1 and Eden Hazard happened to score the first goal. You will ONLY win if Eden Hazard scored the first goal AND Chelsea won the game against Westham with two goals to one.
This is the basic principle guiding all combination wagers. It is compulsory for BOTH components of the wager to be right for it to be a win. For this reason, they are hard wagers to win but some appear easier to win than others.
Most people consider the scorecast wager to be the hardest wager to win. Although it has many risks attached, the payout is definitely appealing. You can find odds of 50.00 or more on this combination due to the high risk involved.
Being able to predict the exact score alone is very tough, and getting the first scorer at the same time is usually Impossible.
OVER AND UNDER
This is one of the easiest bet combinations you can find in sports betting. What is needed here is just for you to predict that there will be less or more goals in a particular game. Example of such bet is over 1.5, which depicts that there will be 2 or more goals in the game, under 1.5 depicts there will be at most one goal in the game. You can also bet on over or under 2.5, and so on.
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