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When more than 1 punt is combined, and your success is dependent on each selection winning.
A combination of Fixed-Odds and Spread betting with only 2 outcomes, 0 or 100. The wager is struck against an offer or bid somewhere between these 2 on an agreed-upon unit.
The last available odds offered to punters before a market closes. Consistently beating the Closing Line is the hallmark of a good punter.
When you play twice the amount of a usual stake, usually in reaction to something seen to be a good thing. Also referred to as Double Pop or Doubling Up.
A pledge comprised of 2 independent stakes, 1 for the selection to Win and 1 for the selection to Place. The latter conditions will vary in relation to the number of participations. Most frequently, but not exclusively, found in Greyhound and Horse Racing.
The amount that you can expect to win or lose if you were to place a pledge on the same odds many times over. Calculated through a simple equation multiplying your probability of winning with the stake you could take home and subtracting the likelihood of losing multiplied by the amount of money you would lose per stake.
Markets for the winner of a particular future event, frequently posted far in advance of its occurrence. For example, winners of the EPL, Super Bowl, Stanley Cup, or World Cup.
If you pledge on both sides of a market, or several selections within the same one, you’re Hedging. You will be exploiting the benefits of discrepancies in price, or trying simply to limit your losses.
Staking on an event as it is actually unfolding.
Juice( or Vig/Vigorish)
The implied cost of staking on a wager set by the bookmaker. Bookies inflate the perceived chance of an event occurring, as will be represented by their odds. These will suggest that it is more likely to happen than underlying probability would tell you.
A selection very low probability to win, suggestion it as unlikely to win, but offering a return that is very high in proportion to this.
This refers to a situation in which you are winning on both sides of the same wager by exploiting odds, points movements, or discrepancies over time.
Term to indicate the most confident selection a tipster has.
Selection that will not participate in any given event.
A wager which is difficult to assess in common handicapping terms, offered purely for its unconventionality. For example, who will win a certain reality TV show.
Describes the situation when a market’s gambling percentage is less than 100%, and so provides an advantage to you rather than the bookmaker.
A system of ratings based on historical information that you would use for your predictions.
Also referred to as a Prop, this is a stake derived from events that happen inside a game or match. For example, the First Goal Scorer, or First Player to Receive a Yellow Card.
A wager on the outcome of 1 particular quarter of a game only.
A specific Multiple wager which combines 3 selections in a 10-Combination stake.
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Guide price that is very tentative and very likely to alter.
Staking at odds that represent a lesser chance than the underlying probability, therefore giving you Value in terms of an increased in your potential profit.