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ABC Betting: All the rules about betting

1X2 Full Time Result
Predict the score at the end of normal time. Own goals count.
Enter 1 if you thinks the home team will win the match, 2 if you thinks the away team will win the match and X if draw is the final time result.
Double Chance
Doppia Chance IN: 1 or X - If the result is either a home or draw then bets on this option are winners.
Doppia Chance OUT: X or 2 - If the result is either a draw or away then bets on this option are winners.
Doppia Chance NoDraw: 1 or 2 - If the result is either a home or away then bets on this option are winners.
Under/Over
Predict whether there will be under or over 2.5 goals in a match. In the event of a match being abandoned before 90 minutes have been played then all bets will be void unless settlement of bets is already determined.
Gol/NoGol (Both Teams to Score)
Predict whether both teams will score in a match. If so the winning choise is GOL, otherwise NoGol
Odd/Even
Predict whether the sums of goal in a match will be Even or Odd. If the match ends 1-1, the sum of goal is 2 so the winning choise is Even. Contrariwise if the match ends 2-1 or 3-0 the sums of goals is 3 so the winning choise is Odd. So it's more guessing than predicting, but if you think that the match ends in a draw, Even is always the winning choise.
Correct Score
It is the exact final result of the match at the end of normal time. Own goals count.
1X2 Half Time
Predict which will be the Half Time result of the match. So 1 for the home team, X for the draw, 2 for the awat team.
1X2 Half Time/Full Time
Predict which will be the half time result and the full time result of the match. You have to predict the 'Fisrt Half' and the 'Second Half' final result of the match. Example:
[1°Half: Inter – Milan = 1-1] [2°Half: Inter – Milan = 2-3]
The winning choise will be: X/2 .
Handicap Result
This type of bet is probably the most complicated to explain, so we will use an example. The brooker decides to give at one of the two teams a disadvantage (or advantage) of a goal (Handicap -1), or 2 goals (Handicap -2) and so on ..
Example: Handicap -1: Italy(-1) – Switzerland
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    If Italy wins with 2 or more goals difference, the result will be = 1h
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    If Italy wins with 1 goal difference, the result will be = Xh
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    If Italy draws or lose the match, the result will be = 2h
DNB Draw No Bet
DNB stands for DRAW NO BET , so in case of a draw you have the REFUND of your bet:
1 DNB = You win your bet if the final result of the match is 1, while if the final result is X the bookmakers refund your bet, finally if the final result is 2.... you lost your bet.
2 DNB = You win your bet if the final result of the match is 2, while if the final result is X the bookmakers refund your bet, finally if the final result is 1.... you lost your bet.
DNB example on the match Argentine - Brasil
DNB Odds = 1dnb (1,36) - 2dnb (3,00)
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    Brasil wins = you win three times the betted sum
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    Brasil draws = your bet will be refunded
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    Brasile loses = you lose the bet

 

What will change?
DNB is comparable to the Double Chance (1X - X2 - 12), but the odds are higher cause the draw is not listed.
Asian Handicap

Handicap = 0
The team that wins by any margin is considered to be the winning selection. In case of a draw, all bets will be void and stakes will be refunded.

Other Asian Handicap Examples

Asia Goal
Goal Line 2
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    Under 2 - You win if in the match are scored 0 or 1 goals. If 2 goals are scored, the stake will be refunded. You lost the bet if in the match are scored 3 or more goals.
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    Over 2 - You win if in the match is scored 3 or more goals. If 2 goals are scored, the stake will be refunded. You lost the bet if in the match are scored 0 or 1 goals.

Other Asian Goal Line examples

Surebet
It consists of betting on all possible results of an event (1X2 - Under/Over), choosing for each result always the bookmakers that offers the best odd for that event. It's a type of bet quite difficult to achieve because the odds of different bookmakers differ slightly. Example:
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    Bookmakers A - Juventus-Milan : 2.90 - 3.30 - 2.20
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    Bookmakers B - Juventus-Milan : 2.70 - 2.90 - 3.30
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    Bookmakers C - Juventus-Milan : 3.10 - 2.90 - 2.20

 

You have to bet on Juventus using Bookmakers C, draw using bookmakers A and Milan on bookmakers B.
In this way, whatever is the result, there is always an economic return.
Systems and Combinations

Trixie
A 'Trixie' bet uses 3 different sport events and it is composed of 4 bets: 3 doubles and 1 treble. With at least 2 correct bets we have a money return. If 3 bets are correct, we will win with 2 doubles a 1 treble.

Patent
A 'Patent' bet uses 3 different sport events and it is composed of 7 bets: 3 singles, 3 doubles and 1 trebles. The difference with 'trixie' bet is that in this case we bet also on the singles. With at least 1 correct bet we have a money return. If 3 bets are correct, we will win with 3 trebles, 3 doubles and 1 treble.

Yankee
A 'Yankee' bet uses 4 different sport events and it is composed of 11 bets: 6 doubles and 4 triples and 1 multiple of 4 event. With at least 2 correct bets we have a money return. If 4 bets are correct, we will win with 4 trebles, 6 doubles and 1 multiple of 4.

Other Systems and Combinations examples

 

 

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