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acronyms markets
« on: September 23, 2013, 08:31:50 PM »

Hello guys, anyone know where I can get a table with all the  ???.
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Re: acronyms markets
« Reply #1 on: September 27, 2013, 02:45:28 PM »


Goal Bets

HTSF - Home team to score first
HTSF(DNB) - Home team to score first draw no bet
ATSF - Away team to score first
ATSF(DNB) - Away team to score first draw no bet
No Goals - No goals in match
CS(1-0) - Correct score 1-0
HTFT(1/1) - Halftime / Fulltime result is 1/1
HTFT(2/2) - Halftime / Fulltime result is 2/2


1-X-2

1 - Home team to win.
X - Draw.
2 - Away team to win.
1X - Home team to win or draw
X2 - Away team to win or draw.
12 - Home team to win or away team to win
W1 - Moneyline home team to win.
W2 - Moneyline away team to win.

Asian Handicaps and spread handicaps

Arb types like H1(-1.5) and H2(+2.5) are representative of Asian Handicaps in soccer and Spread Handicaps on other sporting events.

Some examples:
H1(0) - Home team to win; if the match is a draw, then the stake is refunded.
H2(0) - Away team to win; if the match is a draw, then the stake is refunded.
H1(0) and H2(0) bets can be found with some bookmakers in the "Draw No Bet" section.

With bookmaker Pinnacle, Hockey and Handball arbs with H1(0)/H2(0) are the same as moneyline home/away bets in their webpage. That is because Pinnacle rules states that "games will be graded on the results of regulation time only, unless explicitly stated otherwise in the line offering." In layman's terms, if the game goes into overtime then all money is returned.

H1(+0.25) - Home team to win. If the match is a draw then half bet will be void and half will win.
H1(+0.50) - Home team to win or draw.
H1(+0.75) - Home team to win or draw. If the home team losses the match with one goal then half bet will be void.

H1(-0.25) - Home team to win. If the match is a draw then half stake will be returned.
H1(-0.50) - Home team to win.
H1(-0.75) - Home to win by two goals or more. If the home team wins by one then half the bet will be void while the other half wins.

European Handicaps

E1(-1) - Home team to win by at least two goals
E1(-2) - Home team to win by at least three goals
E1(+1) - Home team to win or draw
E1(+2) - Home team to win or draw, or away team to win by one goal.
EX(-1) - Home team to win by exactly one goal
EH(+1) - Away team to win by exactly one goal
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Re: acronyms markets
« Reply #2 on: October 06, 2013, 08:57:37 AM »



European Handicaps

E1(-1) - Home team to win by at least two goals
E1(-2) - Home team to win by at least three goals
E1(+1) - Home team to win or draw
E1(+2) - Home team to win or draw, or away team to win by one goal.
EX(-1) - Home team to win by exactly one goal
EH(+1) - Away team to win by exactly one goal

yes, i think i found what i am looking for, but the problem is that E1(+1) and E1(+2)  are confusing.

most website have it as

Match Handicap +1

3.60 Ayr Utd (+1) 4.00 Tie (+1)  1.62 Rangers (-1)

something like the above, now my question is this does this 1.62 Rangers (-1) = E1(-1) - Home team to win by at least two goals

and if E1(+1) - Home team to win or draw, then why do the website also have it in 3 ways +1win, +1 tie and -1.


   
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Re: acronyms markets
« Reply #3 on: October 06, 2013, 06:41:21 PM »

  in the greek bookie has this acronym PK, anyone know what it means?

Genk
 PK   1.95
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Re: acronyms markets
« Reply #4 on: October 06, 2013, 06:49:58 PM »

puck?

Ice hockey equivalent of the spread
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