Betting Odds Explained

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Odds Formats

Odds are numbers telling how much you can win in a bet at a given stake. In general the rule is the higher odds the lower probability of winning.

Odds are presented in different formats or styles around the world, depending on local custom. In our odds tables, we offer 6 odds formats:

  • EU (European odds)
  • UK (UK odds)
  • US (US odds)
  • MA (Malaysian odds)
  • IN (Indonesian odds)
  • HK (Hong Kong odds)

Some bookmakers support more than one of these standards. When you click from here to a bookmaker, the format may be different, but then just change the format to fit, to be sure that you’re getting the right odds in your bet.

Please see below all odds formats explained, with examples:

European Odds (decimals)

European odds multiplied by your stake equals the payout. The odds show how many units the bookmaker pays back per unit staked.

EXAMPLE 1: BRAZIL TO BEAT ENGLAND, EURO ODDS 1.40

Payout:Stake×Euro odds

€200×1.40= €280

Profit:Stake×(Euro odds – 1)

€200×(1.40 – 1)= €80

Example 2: England to beat Brazil, Euro odds 5.00

Payout:Stake×Euro odds

€200×5.00= €1000

Profit:Stake×(Euro odds – 1)

€200×(5.00 – 1)= €800

United Kingdom Odds (fractions)

UK odds multiplied by your stake equals the profit. The odds show how many units you win in profit per unit staked.

EXAMPLE 1: BRAZIL TO BEAT ENGLAND, UK ODDS 2/5

Payout:Stake×(UK odds + 1)

€200×(2/5 + 1)= €280

Profit:Stake×UK odds

€200×2/5= €80

Please note, that when converting odds into the British standard, round-off errors may occur, since some odds don’t have an exact translation into British-style fractions. Here, we’ll show the nearest fractional odds.

Many bookmakers will use decimal style internally and settle their customers based on the decimal odds despite showing – slightly different – fractional odds to UK users. For instance, the bookmaker may have odds of 1.28 internally but show odds 2/7 to his UK users. Since 2/7 = 0.28571, a winning bet of GBP 1,000 will give the customer a profit of GBP 280.00, not GBP 285.71 as the customer might expect.

United States Odds

Profit less than stake.These are bets that have a high probability of winning since you require less than your stake back in order to place the bet. In fact, you will at most require a 50% probability for the bet to win in order to place the bet. This is where European odds are less than 2 or UK odds are less than 1/1. The odds number shows how big a stake is needed for a winning of 100 units. It is also negative – to easily know which of the two cases you’re in.

EXAMPLE 1: BRAZIL TO BEAT ENGLAND, US ODDS -250

Payout:Stake×(1 + 100 / US odds)

€200×(1 + 100/250)= €280

Profit:Stake×100 / US odds

€200×100/250= €80

Notice that the negative sign in front of the odds is changed in the calculation. The number has to be positive.

Positive Odds(winning with a stake of 100 units): Positive odds are used for bets where the potential profit is larger than the stake. So bets that have a low probability of winning – since you require more than your stake back in order to place the bet. This is where European odds are larger than or equal to 2 and where UK odds are larger than or equal to 1/1. The odds number shows how big your winnings are if you bet 100 units.

EXAMPLE 2: ENGLAND TO BEAT BRAZIL, US ODDS +400

Payout:Stake×(1 + US odds / 100)

€200×(1 + 400/100)= €1000

Profit:Stake×US odds / 100

€200×400/100= €800

Profit equal to stake.The borderline case, where your potential profit is equal to your stake is called Evens or odds 100. Notice that the formula for positive odds will work as intended for odds value 100.

Malaysian Odds

Like US odds, Malaysian odds can be divided according to the relationship between stake and potential profit:

Profit less than stake.In this case odds are positive and show the profit per unit you bet. Odds of 0 corresponds to the case there you have a profit identical to your stake if you win, a 50/50 bet.

EXAMPLE 1: BRAZIL TO BEAT ENGLAND, MALAY ODDS +0.4

Payout:Stake×(1 + Malay odds)

€200×(1 + 0.4)= €280

Profit:Stake×Malay odds

€200×0.4= €80

Profit larger than stake. In this case odds are negative and show the necessary stake to win 1 unit.

EXAMPLE 2: ENGLAND TO BEAT BRAZIL, MALAY ODDS -0.25

Payout:Stake×(1 – 1 / Malay odds)

€200×(1 – 1/(-0.25))= €1000

Profit:Stake×1 / Malay odds

€200×1/0.25= €800

Notice that the negative sign in front of the odds is removed in the calculation. The number has to be positive.

Hong Kong Odds

HK odds multiplied with your stake equals the winnings. The odds show how many units you win in pure winning per unit staked. So HK odds are just like UK odds, except not expressed in fractions but in decimals.

EXAMPLE 1: BRAZIL TO BEAT ENGLAND, HK ODDS 0.4

Payout:Stake×(1 + HK odds)

€200×(1 + 0.4)= €280

Profit:Stake×HK odds

€200×0.4= €80

Indonesian Odds

Indonesian odds are just like US odds, just divided by 100. So when negative, they show how big a stake is needed for a profit of 1 and when positive, they show the profit from a stake of 1.

Profit less than stake (negative odds).

EXAMPLE 1: BRAZIL TO BEAT ENGLAND, INDO ODDS -2.50

Payout:Stake×(1 – 1 / Indo odds)

€200×(1 – 1/(-2.50))= €280

Profit:Stake×- 1 / Indo odds

€200×- 1/(-2.50)= €80

Profit larger than stake (positive odds).

EXAMPLE 2: ENGLAND TO BEAT BRAZIL, INDO ODDS +4.00

Payout:Stake×(1 + Indo odds)

€200×(1 + 4.00)= €1000

Profit:Stake×Indo odds

€200×4.00= €800

Betting Types Explained

1×2 (Home Draw Away / 3-way)

This betting type has 3 outcomes:

  • Home (1)
  • Draw (X)
  • Away (2)

The result of the bet depends 100% on the final score of the match.

Example 1:

Match: Chelsea – Liverpool

I place a bet on home to win.

I win the bet when:

  • Chelsea (the home team) beats Liverpool (e.g. 2-0, 2-1, 3-2, etc.)

I lose the bet when:

  • The match ends in a draw (e.g. 0-0, 1-1, 2-2, etc.)
  • Chelsea is defeated by Liverpool (e.g. 0-1, 1-2, 2-3, etc.)

Example 2:

Match: Chelsea – Liverpool

I place a bet on draw.

I win the bet when:

  • The match ends in a draw (e.g. 0-0, 1-1, 2-2, etc.)

I lose the bet when:

  • Either Chelsea or Liverpool win the match

Example 3:

Match: Chelsea – Liverpool

I place a bet on away to win.

I win the bet when:

  • Liverpool (the away team) beats Chelsea (e.g. 0-1, 1-2, 0-2, etc.)

I lose the bet when:

  • The match ends in a draw (e.g. 0-0, 1-1, 2-2, etc.)
  • Chelsea (the home team) defeats Liverpool (e.g. 1-0, 2-1, 3-0, etc.)

1×2 with Handicap (3-way Handicap)

This betting type has 3 outcomes:

  • Home (1)
  • Draw (X)
  • Away (2)

The difference between 1×2 with Handicap and 1×2 is that the final score will be influenced by the parameter given as handicap.

1×2 with Handicap can have only integer parameters (e.g. +/- 1, +/- 2)

1×2 with Handicap (1) means:

  • The home team (considered the underdog) starts the match with one goal advantage over the away team
  • Home team had +1 goal advantage
  • Away team has -1 goal disadvantage

1×2 with Handicap (-1) means:

  • The home team starts with a 1 goal disadvantage
  • The away team starts with a 1 goal advantage

Example 1:

1×2 with Handicap (1) – I place a bet on home

I win the bet when:

  • The match ends in a draw (e.g. 0-0  by adding the parameter the score turns into: 1-0 – giving the home team the win)
  • If the home team wins the match, no matter what the score is (e.g. 2-0  by adding the parameter the score turns into: 3-0)

In all other situations I will lose the bet

Example 2:

1×2 with Handicap (1) – I place a bet on draw

I win the bet when:

  • The away team wins the match with ONLY 1 goal difference (e.g.: 0-1  by adding the parameter the score turns into 1-1 draw result)

In all other situations I will lose the bet

Example 3:

1×2 with Handicap (1) – I place a bet on away to win (their handicap is -1)

I win this bet when:

  • The away team wins the match with MORE THAN 2 goals difference (e.g. 0-2  by adding the parameter the score turns into: 0-1  still away wins)

In all other situations I will lose the bet

Example 4:

1×2 with Handicap (-1) – I place a bet on home to win

I win this bet when:

  • The home teams wins the match with MORE THAN 2 goals difference (e.g. 3-1

by adding the parameter the score turns into: 2-1  still home wins)

In all other situations I will lose the bet

Example 5:

1×2 with Handicap (-1) – I place a bet on draw

I win the bet when

  • The home team wins the match with ONLY 1 goal difference ( e.g. 3-2  by adding the parameter the score turns into: 2-2 draw result)

In all other situations I will lose the bet

Example 6:

1×2 with Handicap (-1) – I place a bet on away (their handicap is +1)

I win the bet when

  • The match ends in a draw ( e.g. 3-3  by adding the parameter the score turns into 3-4  away wins)
  • The away team wins no matter what the score is ( e.g. 0-3  by adding the parameter the score turns into: 0-4  away wins)

In all other situations I will lose the bet

Correct Score

This betting type can have multiple outcomes depending on how many final scores are made available for betting.

The final outcome of a bet depends strictly on the final score of the match.

Example 1:

Match: Chelsea – Liverpool

I place a bet on Chelsea to win the match with 2-1

I win the bet when:

  • Chelsea beats Liverpool with 2-1 (2 goals to 1)

For all other scores I will lose the bet

Double Chance

This betting type has 3 outcomes:

  • 1X ( home and draw)
  • X2 (draw and away)
  • 12 (home and away)

The advantage of this betting type is that you can place a bet on 2 outcomes and if at the end of the match one of those outcomes is met then you win the bet.

Example 1:

Match: Chelsea – Liverpool

I place a bet on 1X

I win the bet when:

  • Chelsea defeats Liverpool, no matter the score (1)
  • The match ends in a draw (X)

I lose the bet when:

  • Liverpool defeats Chelsea (2)

Example 2:

Match: Chelsea – Liverpool

I place a bet on X2

I win the bet when:

  • The match ends in a draw (X)
  • Liverpool defeats Chelsea, no matter the score (2)

I lose the bet when:

  • Chelsea beats Liverpool (1)

Example 3:

Match: Chelsea – Liverpool

I place a bet on 12

I win the bet when:

  • Chelsea defeats Liverpool, no matter the score (1)
  • Liverpool beats Chelsea, no matter the score (2)

I lose the bet when:

  • The match ends in a draw (X)

HT/FT (Half Time/ Full Time)

This betting type has 9 outcomes:

  • 1/1 (home teams wins 1st half / home team wins the whole match)
  • 1/X (home team wins 1st half / match ends in a draw)
  • 1/2 (home team wins 1st half / away team wins the whole match)
  • X/1 (1st half ends in a draw / home team wins the whole match)
  • X/X (1st half ends in a draw / whole match ends in a draw)
  • X/2 (1st half ends in a draw / away teams wins the whole match)
  • 2/1 (away team wins 1st half / home team wins the whole match)
  • 2/X (away team wins 1st half / the match ends in a draw)
  • 2/2 (away team wins 1st half / away team wins the whole match)

The outcome of a bet on HT/FT depends on both the score from half time and the final score of the match.

For a bet to we won, both conditions (scores) have to be met.

Example 1:

Match: Chelsea – Liverpool

I place a bet on 1/1

I win the bet when:

  • Chelsea wins the 1st half (e.g. 1-0, 2-0, etc.) and also wins the whole match (e.g. 1-0, 2-0, 3-1, etc.)

In all other situations I will lose the bet

Example 2:

Match: Chelsea – Liverpool

I place a bet on 1/X

I win the bet when:

  • Chelsea beats Liverpool in the 1st half (e.g. 1-0, etc.), but the match ends in a draw (e.g. 1-1, 2-2, etc.)

In all other situations I will lose the bet

Example 3:

Match: Chelsea – Liverpool

I place a bet on 1/2

I win the bet when:

  • Chelsea defeats Liverpool in the 1st half (e.g. 1-0, 2-1, 2-0, etc.), but Liverpool wins the whole match (e.g. 1-3, 2-3, etc.)

In all other situations I will lose the bet

Example 4:

Match: Chelsea – Liverpool

I place a bet on X/1

I win the bet when:

  • 1st half ends in a draw (e.g. 0-0, 1-1), but Chelsea wins the whole match (e.g. 1-0, 2-1, 3-2, etc.)

In all other situations I will lose the bet

Example 5:

Match: Chelsea – Liverpool

I place a bet on X/X

I win the bet when:

  • 1st half ends in a draw (e.g. 0-0, 1-1, etc,) and the whole match ends in a draw (e.g. 0-0, 1-1, 2-2, 3-3, etc.)

In all other situations I will lose the bet

Example 6:

Match: Chelsea – Liverpool

I place a bet on X/2

I win the bet when:

  • 1st half ends in a draw (e.g. 0-0, 1-1, etc.), but Liverpool wins the whole match (e.g. 0-1, 0-2, 1-2, etc.)

In all other situations I will lose the bet

Example 7:

Match: Chelsea – Liverpool

I place a bet on 2/1

I win the bet when:

  • Liverpool defeats Chelsea in the 1st half (e.g. 0-1, 0-2, 1-2, etc.), but Chelsea wins the whole match (e.g. 2-1, 3-2, 3-1, etc.)

In all other situations I will lose the bet

Example 8:

Match: Chelsea – Liverpool

I place a bet on 2/X

I win the bet when:

  • Liverpool beats Chelsea in the 1st half (e.g. 0-1, 1-2, 0-2, etc.), but the match ends in a draw (e.g. 1-1, 2-2, 3-3, etc.)

In all other situations I will lose the bet

Example 9:

Match: Chelsea – Liverpool

I place a bet on 2/2

I win the bet when:

  • Liverpool beats Chelsea in the 1st half (e.g. 0-1, 0-2, 1-2, etc.) and also at the end of the match (e.g. 0-1, 0-2, 1-2, 1-3, etc.)

In all other situations I will lose the bet

Odd or Even

This betting type has 2 outcomes:

  • Odd
  • Even

The outcome of bets on this betting type depends on the number of goals that were scored during a match, no matter which team scored them.

Odd = 1, 3, 5, 7 goals

Even = 0, 2, 4, 6, 8 goals

Example 1:

Match: Chelsea – Liverpool

I place a bet on ODD

I win the bet when:

  • The number of goals scored by the end of the match is odd
  1. 1 goal

1-2  3 goals

Etc.

I lose the bet when:

  • The number of goals scored by the end of the match is even
  1. 0 goals

2-2  4 goals

3-3  6 goals

Example 2:

Match: Chelsea – Liverpool

I place a bet on EVEN

I win the bet when:

  • The number of goals scored by the end of the match is even

2-2  4 goals

3-3  6 goals

I lose the bet when:

  • The number of goals scored by the end of the match is odd
  1. 1 goal

1-2  2 goals

Asian Handicap

This betting type has only 2 outcomes, draw being excluded:

  • Home
  • Away

Asian Handicap is a form of betting where the perceived weaker team (or underdog) is given a number of goals head start. Conversely, the team perceived to be superior (the favorite) is penalized or ‘handicapped’ an equal number of goals in an attempt to make the two teams equal for betting purposes.

The favorite has to overcome the handicap, and will have it taken away from its final score. The handicap for the favorite is preceded by a minus (-). The underdog is given a ‘head-start’, and will have it added to its final score. The handicap for the underdog is preceded by a plus (+).

So if the home team (the favorites) starts the match with a disadvantage of -0.5 goals, the away team (the underdog) with have an advantage of +0.5 goals.

The wider the gap between the two teams, the greater the number of goals head start is given to the weaker team. If the two teams’ on-field ability is considered to be approximately equal, no handicap is given to either team. This is known as Asian Handicap 0 (with parameter 0) or Draw No Bet.

Asian Handicap can have 2 types of parameters:

  • Integer (e.g. -/+1, -/+2, etc.)
  • Decimal (e.g. -/+0.5, -/+ 0.75, -/+1.25, etc.)

For Asian Handicap with integer parameters there is the possibility of getting your stake back.

Example 1:

Match: Chelsea Liverpool

Asian Handicap 0

I place a bet on home.

I win the bet when:

  • Chelsea beats Liverpool, no matter the score

I get the stake back when:

  • The match ends in a draw

I lose the bet when:

  • Liverpool beats Chelsea, no matter the score

Example 2:

Match: Chelsea – Liverpool

Asian Handicap -1

I place a bet on away  away has parameter +1

I win the bet when:

  • The match ends in a draw (e.g. 0-0  by adding the advantage given by the parameter the score turns into: 0-1  away wins)
  • Liverpool beats Chelsea, no matter the score

I get the stake back when:

  • Chelsea beats Liverpool with ONLY 1 goal difference (e.g. 1-0  by adding the advantage given by the parameter the score turns into: 1-1 draw is not possible in Asian Handicap)

I lose the bet when:

  • Chelsea beats Liverpool with MORE THAN 1 goal difference (e.g. 2-0, 3-1, etc.)

For Asian Handicap with decimal parameters you cannot get your stake back. You either win or lose. Exceptions are the mixed parameters that will be explained later.

Example 3:

Match: Chelsea – Liverpool

Asian Handicap 0.5

I place a bet on home.

I win the bet when:

  • The match ends in a draw (e.g. 0-0  by adding the advantage given by the parameter the score turns into: 0.5-0  home wins)
  • Chelsea defeats Liverpool, no matter the score

I lose the bet when:

  • Liverpool beats Chelsea (e.g. 0-1, 0-2, etc.)

Example 4:

Match: Chelsea – Liverpool

Asian Handicap 0.5

I place a bet on away  parameter for away is -0.5

I win the bet when:

  • Liverpool beats Chelsea, no matter the score (e.g. 0-1  by deducting the disadvantage given by the parameter the score turns into: 0-0.5 away wins)

I lose the bet when:

  • The match ends in a draw (e.g. 1-1  by deducting the disadvantage given by the parameter the score turns into: 1-0.5 home wins)
  • Chelsea beats Liverpool, no matter the score

Asian Handicap with mixed parameters is one of the most complex betting types.

Examples of mixed parameters are:

  • AH (-/+) 0.25 – is the result from combining AH 0 with AH (-/+) 0.5
  • AH (-/+) 0.75 – is the result from combining AH (-/+) 0.5 with AH (-/+) 1
  • AH (-/+) 1.25 – is the result from combining AH (-/+) 1 with AH (-/+) 1.5
  • AH (-/+) 1.75 – is the result from combining AH (-/+) 1.5 with AH (-/+) 2

Because there parameters are mixed, there is also another way of calculating winnings.

Bets can have 4 outcomes: won, lost, half won and half lost.

Example 5:

Match: Chelsea – Liverpool

Asian Handicap -0.25

I place a bet on home. Odds: 2.00. Stake: EUR 100

The stake will be divided: EUR 50 going to AH 0 and EUR 50 to AH -0.5

If the match ends in a draw (e.g. 1-1):

  • EUR 50 from AH 0 will be returned to the user
  • EUR 50 from AH -0.5 will be lost (by deducting the disadvantage given by the parameter the score will turn into: 0.5 -1 away wins  home loses

The final status of the bet is HALF LOST

For HALF LOST bets, the odds will always turn into 0.5.

So the user will be back: New odds * stake

in this case: 0.5*100=EUR 50

I win the bet when:

  • Chelsea beats Liverpool, no matter the score

I lose the bet when:

  • Liverpool beats Chelsea, no matter the score

Example 6:

Match: Chelsea – Liverpool

Asian Handicap -0.25

I place a bet on away. Odds: 2.00. Stake: EUR 100

The stake will be divided: EUR 50 going to AH 0 and EUR 50 to AH 0.5

If the match ends in a draw (e.g. 0-0):

  • EUR 50 from AH 0 will be returned to the user
  • EUR 50 from AH 0.5 will be won (by adding the advantage given by the parameter the score will turn into: 0-0.5  away wins)

The final status of the bet is HALF WON

For HALF WON bets, the odds will be recalculated using this formula:

New odds = (Initial odds +1)/2

in this case: new odds = (2+1)/2=1.5

winnings = 1.5 *100 = EUR 150

I win the bet when:

  • Liverpool wins the match no matter the score

I lose the bet when:

  • Chelsea wins the match, no matter the score

Example 7:

Match: Chelsea – Liverpool

Asian Handicap 0.75

I place a bet on home

I win the bet when:

  • The match ends in a draw
  • Chelsea beats Liverpool no matter the score

I lose the bet when:

  • Liverpool wins the match with AT LEAST 2 goals difference

The bet is half lost when:

  • Liverpool wins the match with ONLY one goal difference (e.g. 0-1, 1-2)

Example 8:

Match: Chelsea – Liverpool

Asian Handicap 0.75

I place a bet on away

I win the bet when:

  • Liverpool defeats Chelsea by AT LEAST 2 goals difference

I lose the bet when:

  • The match ends in a draw
  • Chelsea wins the match, no matter the score

The bet is half won when:

  • Liverpool wins the match with ONLY one goal difference (e.g. 0-1, 1-2, 2-3, etc.)

Over Under

This betting type has 2 outcomes:

  • Over
  • Under

The outcome of a bet depends on the number of goals that are scored during a match. Which team wins the match does not influence this settlement of this betting type.

The parameters for Over Under can be:

  • Integer: 2, 3, 4, etc.
  • Decimal: 1.5, 2.5, 3.5, etc.
  • Mixed: 2.25, 2.75, 3.25, 3.75, etc.

As in Asian Handicap 0, the stakes on bets on Over Under with integer parameters can be returned to the users.

Example 1:

Over Under 2

I place a bet on Over 2.

I win the bet when:

  • The total number of goals scored is higher than 2 (e.g. final score: 2-1, 2-3, 3-0,

1-3, 3-3, 2-2, etc.)

I lose the bet when:

  • The total number of goals score is lower than 2 (e.g. final score: 0-0, 1-0, 0-1)

I get my stake back when:

  • The total number of goals score is 2 (e.g. final score: 1-1, 2-0, 0-2)

Example 2:

Over Under 3

I place a bet on Under 3.

I win the bet when:

  • The total number of goals scored is lower than 3 (e.g. final score: 0-0, 1-0, 0-1,

2-0, 0-2)

I lose the bet when:

  • The total number of goals scored is higher than 3 (e.g. final score: 2-2, 3-1, 1-3,

4-0, 0-4, etc.)

I get my stake back when:

  • The total number of goals scored is 3 (e.g. final score: 2-1, 1-2, 3-0, 0-3)

Bets on Over Under with decimal parameter can be only won or lost.

Example 3:

Over Under 2.5

I place a bet on Over 2.5

I win the bet when:

  • The total number of goals scored >= 3 (e.g. final score: 3-0, 0-3, 2-1, 1-2, 3-1,

2-4, etc,)

I lose the bet when:

  • The total number of goals scored < 3(e.g. final score: 0-0, 1-0, 1-1, 0-1, 2-0, 0-2)

Example 4:

Over Under 2.5

I place a bet on Under 2.5

I win the bet when:

  • The total number of goals scored <3 (e.g. final score: 0-0, 1-0, 1-1, 0-1, 2-0, 0-2)

I lose the bet when:

  • The total number of goals scored >=3 (e.g. final score: 3-0, 0-3, 2-1, 1-2, 3-1,

2-4, etc,)

Bets on Over Under with mixed parameter can be half won and half lost, just like in the case of mixed Asian Handicaps.

Examples of mixed Over Unders (OU):

  • OU 1.75 – is the result from combining OU 1.5 with OU 2
  • OU 2.25 – is the result from combining OU 2 with OU 2.5
  • OU 2.75 – is the result from combining OU 2.5 with OU 3
  • OU 3.25 – is the result from combining OU 3 with OU 3.5

Example 5:

Over Under 2.25

I place a bet on Under 2.25

I win the bet when:

  • The total number of goals is <2 (e.g. final score: 0-0, 1-0, 0-1)

I lose the when:

  • The total number of goals is >=3 (e.g. final score: 2-1, 1-2, 3-0, 0-3, 2-2, etc.)

The bet is HALF WON when:

  • The total number of goals scored is 2 (e.g. final score: 1-1, 2-0, 0-2)

The odds and winnings calculation system is identical to the one from Asian Handicap

Example 6:

Over Under 2.25

I place a bet on Over 2.25

I win the bet when:

  • The total number of goals scored >=3 (e.g. final score: 3-0, 0-3, 2-2, 3-1, 1-3, etc.)

I lose the bet when:

  • The total number of goals scored <2 (e.g. final score: 0-0, 1-0, 0-1)

The bet is HALF LOST when:

  • The total number of goals is 2 (e.g. final score: 1-1, 2-0, 0-2)

The odds and winnings calculation system is identical to the one from Asian Handicap

Home Away (2-way)

This betting type has 2 outcomes:

  • Home
  • Away

The outcome of a bet depends on who wins the match.

This betting type is frequent in tennis, basketball, ice hockey, snooker, volleyball, etc.

Example:

Tennis match: Federer – Nadal

I place a bet on away = Nadal to win the match

I win the bet when:

  • Nadal defeats Federer no matter the score

I lose the bet when:

  • Federer beats Nadal no matter the score