When wagering on soccer, we offer a three-way soccer lines: Team A, Team B, and Draw (tie) are the three wagering options. The conclusion will be one winner and two losers. You must wager on the correct outcome to win.
All soccer wagers are for regulation time only. Regulation time consists of two halves of 45 minutes each, plus any time the referee adds to compensate for injuries and other stoppages. Unless otherwise specified, your wager WILL NOT include extra time and/or penalty shootout.
Unless otherwise specified, wagering on game totals (over/under) only include goals scored in regulation time. Also, a match must reach full time for wagers on game totals to be valid.
Any wagers on a game abandoned before the completion of regulation time will be void, except for the wagers which's outcome has already been decided at the time of abandonment (player to score first, etc).
Game dates and times posted are for guidance purposes only and are not guaranteed to be 100% accurate. If a match is suspended or postponed, and an official result is declared immediately (same day) by the ruling body, the match will be graded with the result declared by the ruling body. If a match is suspended/postponed and NOT resumed within 24 hours from the actual scheduled start time, then wagers on the match will have no action and be refunded.
Any wager on whether a team advances in a cup competition or to win the cup, will have action regardless of a suspended or postponed match. Bets on teams to qualify or to advance to the next round of a competition are paid out on the referee's final whistle at the game's natural conclusion, whether the game is decided in regulation time, extra time or in penalty shootout.
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All top goal scorer futures include a Tie option and a Field option. You must wager on the correct outcome to win.
An Asian Handicap is a sports betting term used to describe spread betting in soccer. Described as Asian because of its Eastern origins, the phrase has little else to do with the region. This form of soccer betting has gained increased popularity over the last few years and is now offered by a variety of mainstream bookmakers.
Football bets can be made using a few different formats. From a gambler's standpoint, Asian handicap odds provide many benefits. For starters, the Asian handicap system eliminates any chance for loss due to a tie, which increases the gamblers chances of success. Secondly, bookmakers typically charge less Vigorish than with other bets.
Soccer is one of the few sports in the world where a tie is a fairly common outcome. With traditional fixed odds, ties are treated as an additional outcome to the game. In other words, bettors lose when they place a wager on either team to win and the game ties. With Asian Handicaps, however, the chance for a tie is eliminated by use of a handicap that forces a winner. This creates a situation where each team has a 50-50 chance of winning; similar to the odds for a basketball or baseball game where a tie is impossible.
This system works in a straight-forward manner. The bookmakers's goal is to create a handicap or "line" that will make the chance of either team winning (considering the handicap) as close to 50% as possible. Since the odds are as close to 50% as possible, bookmakers offer payouts close to even money, or 1.90 to 2.00. Asian Handicaps start at a quarter goal and can go as high as 2.5 or 3 goals in matches with a huge disparity in ability. What makes Asian Handicaps most interesting is the use of quarter goals to get the "line" as close as possible. Taken in conjunction with the posted total for the game, the handicap essentially predicts the game's final score. Take a look at this example:
Match: Everton vs. Newcastle United
Handicap: 0 : 1 1/2
Explained: This handicap states that Newcastle is "giving" Everton one and one half goal for the match. This means is that Everton is starting the game with a 1.5-0 lead. If the final score of the game is 1-2, then a bet on Everton wins the with the final score (considering handicap) as 2.5-2.
Subsequently, many matches are handicapped in 1/2 and 1/4 intervals; both of which eliminate the possibility of a tie since no one can score a half-goal. Quarter (1/4) handicaps split the bet between the two next closest 1/4 intervals. For instance, a $1000 bet with a handicap of 1 3/4 is the same as betting $500 at 1 1/2 and $500 at 2. With 1/4 handicap bets, you can win and tie (win 1/2 of wager) or lose and tie (lose 1/2 wager).
Handicaps that are whole numbers still allow for the possibility of a tie. In the event of a game tied by the handicap, Youwager.eu will refund the "tying" wager(s).
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