Markets

If you hover a mouse over a market - there will appear a screen tip, explaining its meaning:

In this example H1(-1.5) means victory for the first team (Spain) with a negative handicap of -1.5 goals. What Is a Handicap?

To give you a quick overview of markets, we have chosen the most typical ones:

Market Meaning
1 / DNB
2 / DNB
First team will win, draw is not possible (*in case of a draw the stake is returned)
Second team will win, draw is not possible (*in case of a draw the stake is returned)
11-2 to qualify
21-2 to qualify
First team will qualify on goals scored, no draw is possible
Second team will qualify on goals scored, no draw is possible
1
X2
First team will win
There will either be a draw, or second team will win
1 to win to nil - No
1 to win to nil
Second team will score
Second team will not score
H1(−1)
H2(+1)
First team will win with handicap -1 (Asian handicap)
Second team will win with handicap +1 (Asian handicap)
1(≥4)
H2(+3.5)
First team will win with handicap +4 or more
Second team will win with handicap +3.5 (Asian handicap)
1(0:1)
2(0:2)
First team will win with handicap -1 (European handicap)
Second team will win with handicap +2 (European handicap)
X(0:1) - No
X(0:1)
There will be no draw with handicap (0:1) (European handicap)
There will be a draw with handicap (0:1) (European handicap)
Odd 1st team
Even 1st team
Total points scored by the first team will be an odd number
Total points scored by the first team will be an even number
Goals: Yes 2nd team
1st to keep clean sheet
Second team will score
Second team will not score
Penalty shootout: Yes
Penalty shootout: No
There will be a penalty shootout
There will be no penalty shootout
Goals: Yes 1st team
Total ≥1 1st team - No
First team will score
First team will not score
Goals: Yes 2nd period
0:0 2nd period
There will be goals in the second period
There will be no goals in the second period
Goals: Yes 2nd period
X and Under 1.5 2nd period
There will be goals in the second period
There will be no goals in the second period
Over 1.5 1st team
Under 1.5 1st team
First team will score 2 points and more
First team will score 1 point or zero points
Total =0 1st period - No
X and Under 1.5 1st period
There will be goals in the first period
There will be no goals in the first period
0:0 1st period
Over 0.5 1st period
There will be no goals in the first period
There will be goals in the first period
Score draw - No
X and Over 1.5
There will be no score draw
There will be a score draw
1 and Both to score - No
1 and Both to score
First team will not win and/or both teams will not score
First team will win and both teams will score

If you come across a market that is unclear to you, please contact us and we will advise.

Bets can differ by the game period to which they relate. It can be the entire match or only the first or the second half in football. In hockey it can be one of the three periods, a full regular time match or an overtime match, etc. If the bet does not relate to the entire match, it is indicated in its market description.

Players can also bet on additional performance indicators. In football it can be corners, offsides, yellow cards, own goals, etc. In basketball, it can be passes, 2-point and 3-point shots, blocked shots, and rebounds. In tennis it is aces, tie-breaks, match points, etc.

The service also searches for bets on specific game situations. So, in contrast to the standard situations where teams compete in the number of goals (points, games won, sets, etc.), there are conditional competitions for the first goal scored, or the last point in the match. There are more complex cases as well: for example, in what half more goals will be scored - in the first half, in the second half, or equally. This type of bets can be attributed to the 1-X-2 market - it is only that the halves will compete.

Every bet has a certain set of event outcomes, in which it will completely win or lose. However some bets allow for a full refund. For example, if a player bets on the match total over 3, and the total equals to 3, the bookmaker will have to return money to the player.

Equivalent Markets

Certain markets can mean the same thing:

1(0:0) equals to 1
X(0:0) equals to X
2(0:0) equals to 2
H1(0) equals to 1
H1(-0.5) equals to 1
H1(+0.5) equals to 1X
H2(0) equals to 2
H2(-0.5) equals to 2
H2(+0.5) equals to X2
1(0:0) equals to H1(-0.5)
2(0:0) equals to H2(-0.5)
1(1:0) equals to H1(+0.5)
1(1:0) equals to 1X
2(1:0) equals to H2(-1.5)
0:0 equals to Under 0.5, 0, Both will not score, etc.

That is, there is no difference which of the equivalent bets to choose. The result will be the same.