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Bet Types

What is handicap betting? What are Over Unders? What is 1X2 betting? The bettingexpert Academy Bet Types guide explains, covering a diverse range of bet types from the traditional and familiar to the modern and exotic.

What is Head to Head betting?

Also known as moneyline betting, head to head betting is the oldest and still the most popular way to bet on an event.

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What is Over Under betting?

Also known as ‘totals’, over/under betting allows you to ignore the result of the event and focus simply on the score.

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What is Handicap betting?

Also known as line or spread betting, handicap betting allows you to ignore the result and focus simply on the margin of victory.

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What is Asian handicap betting?

A nuanced variation of handicap betting, Asian handicaps are now one of the most popular ways to bet on football.

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What is In Play betting?

With the internet age, so too came the arrival of in play betting allowing bettors to place bets while an event is in progress.

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What is Each Way betting?

Traditionally a horse racing bet type, each way betting is applied to a range of betting markets splitting a bet between the win and place markets.

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What is an Accumulator bet?

Also known as ‘accas’, accumulator bets are a great way to consolidate a number of small value selections into a bet of greater value.

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What is Request a Bet?

Many bookmakers now offer their customers the ability to propose their own bets, providing customers odds for imaginative combinations of events and outcomes.

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What is Draw No Bet?

Draw No Bet, also known as DNB betting, eliminates the draw from consideration and allows bettors the opportunity to bet only on the win result.

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