Basketball

Match Winner

This is a game where the prediction of the winner is made. There is no handicap option in the game. There are two predictions; Home win(W1), Away win(W2)
When considering a Match Winner bet, it is important to take into account the current form of both teams, the availability of key players, the recent head-to-head record, the home-court advantage, and the motivation of each team. Understanding these factors can help the bettor make an informed decision and increase the chances of winning the bet.

Points Handicap

Points Handicap in basketball betting refers to a type of wager where a virtual deficit or advantage is added to the final score of a team to determine the winner of the bet. The handicap is set by the sportsbook and the bettor can either take the favorite team giving away points or the underdog team receiving points.
For example, if the handicap is set at +5.5 for the underdog team and they win the game or lose by fewer than 5 points, then the bet on the underdog will win. If the favorite team wins the game by more than 5 points, then the bet on the favorite will win.
It is important to carefully consider the Points Handicap when making a bet, as it can significantly impact the outcome of the bet. By taking into account relevant factors such as the current form and recent performance of both teams, the availability of key players, the betting odds, and the motivation of each team, bettors can make informed decisions and increase their chances of winning the bet.

Total Points

Total Points in basketball betting refers to a type of wager where the bettor predicts the total number of points that will be scored in a game by both teams combined. The sportsbook sets an over/under line and the bettor can either bet on the total points being over that line or under that line.
If the over/under line is set at 200 and the bettor chooses the over, then the combined score of both teams must be 201 or more for the bet to win. If the combined score is 200 or less, then the bet on the under will win.
When considering a Total Points bet, it is important to take into account factors such as the current form and recent performance of both teams, the tempo of the game, the motivation of each team, the availability of key players, and any other relevant information that may impact the total number of points scored.

Team 1 Total Points

Team 1 Total Points in basketball betting refers to a type of wager where the bettor predicts the total number of points that Team 1 will score in a game. The sportsbook sets an over/under line and the bettor can either bet on the total points being over that line or under that line for Team 1.
If the over/under line for Team 1 is set at 100 and the bettor chooses the over, then Team 1 must score 101 or more points for the bet to win. If Team 1 scores 100 or less, then the bet on the under will win.
When considering a Team 1 Total Points bet, it is important to take into account factors such as the current form and recent performance of Team 1, the performance of its key players, the tempo of the game, and any other relevant information that may impact the total number of points scored by Team 1.

Team 2 Total Points

Team 1 Total Points in basketball betting refers to a type of wager where the bettor predicts the total number of points that Team 1 will score in a game. The sportsbook sets an over/under line and the bettor can either bet on the total points being over that line or under that line for Team 1.
If the over/under line for Team 1 is set at 100 and the bettor chooses the over, then Team 1 must score 101 or more points for the bet to win. If Team 1 scores 100 or less, then the bet on the under will win.

Total Points Odd/Even

Total Points Odd/Even in basketball betting refers to a type of wager where the bettor predicts if the total number of points scored by both teams in a game will be an odd or even number. The sportsbook sets the odds for both options and the bettor can choose to bet on either "odd" or "even."
If the bettor chooses "odd" and the combined score of both teams is 121, then the bet will win. If the combined score is 120, then the bet will lose.

1st Half/Full Time

1st Half/Full Time in basketball betting refers to a type of wager where the bettor predicts the outcome of the game at two different stages, either at the end of the first half or at the end of the full game. The bettor can choose to bet on the result at halftime or the final result.
If the bettor chooses to bet on the 1st Half, they predict which team will be leading at the end of the first half. If the bettor chooses to bet on the Full Time, they predict which team will win the game at the end of the second half.

Overtime

Overtime in basketball betting refers to a type of wager where the bettor predicts if a game will go into overtime or not.
If you bet on "yes" game will go into overtime.
If you bet on "no" game will not go into overtime.

Half Result (3-Way)

Half Result (3-Way) in basketball betting refers to a type of wager where the bettor predicts the outcome of a game at halftime. The bettor can choose to bet on one of three possible outcomes: team 1 winning(W1), team 2 winning(W2), or draw(X).
  1. 1.
    W1: You can bet on Team 1 will win the match during halftime.
  2. 2.
    X: You can bet that the match will end in a draw at half time.
  3. 3.
    W2: You can bet on Team 1 will win the match during halftime.
For example, if the bettor chooses to bet on team 1 winning, they predict that team 1 will be leading at halftime. If the bettor chooses to bet on team 2 winning, they predict that team 2 will be leading at halftime. If the bettor chooses to bet on a tie, they predict that the score at halftime will be tied.

Half Points Handicap

Half Points Handicap in basketball betting refers to a type of wager where the bettor predicts the outcome of a game at halftime with an added handicap.
Example 1:Team 1 is set a +2.5 point handicap. The score at halftime is Team 1 35 - Team 2 40. With the handicap added, the adjusted score becomes 37.5-40, meaning Team 2 wins the Half Points Handicap bet.
Example 2:Team 2 is set a -3.5 point handicap. The score at halftime is Team 1 45 - Team 2 42. With the handicap applied, the adjusted score becomes 45-38.5, meaning Team 1 wins the Half Points Handicap bet.
It is important to consider the handicap value and its potential impact on the outcome of the bet. For example, if a team is set a large handicap, they will need to overcome a significant deficit at halftime in order to win the bet, which may be difficult if they have been struggling in their recent games.

Half Total Points

Half Total Points in basketball betting refers to a type of wager where the bettor predicts the total number of points that will be scored in the first half of a game. The sportsbook sets a total number of points and the bettor can either place a wager on the total number of points being over or under the set total.
For example, if the sportsbook sets the Half Total Points at 81.5, a bettor can place a wager on the total points scored in the first half of the game being over or under 81.5. If the total number of points scored in the first half is 82 or higher, the over bet wins, and if the total number of points scored is 81 or lower, the under bet wins.
When considering a Half Total Points bet, it is important to take into account factors such as the offensive and defensive strengths and weaknesses of both teams, the tempo of the game, the availability of key players, and any other relevant information that may impact the total number of points scored in the first half of the game.

Half Team 1 Total Points

Half Team 1 Total Points in basketball betting refers to a type of wager where the bettor predicts the total number of points that the first team will score in the first half of a game. The sportsbook sets a total number of points and the bettor can either place a wager on the first team's total points being over or under the set total.
For example, if the sportsbook sets the Half Team 1 Total Points at 46.5, a bettor can place a wager on the first team's total points scored in the first half of the game being over or under 46.5. If the first team scores 47 or more points in the first half, the over bet wins, and if the first team scores 46 or fewer points in the first half, the under bet wins.

Half Team 2 Total Points

Half Team 2 Total Points in basketball betting refers to a type of wager where the bettor predicts the total number of points that the second team will score in the first half of a game. The sportsbook sets a total number of points and the bettor can either place a wager on the second team's total points being over or under the set total.
For example, if the sportsbook sets the Half Team 1 Total Points at 35.5, a bettor can place a wager on the first team's total points scored in the first half of the game being over or under 35.5. If the first team scores 36 or more points in the first half, the over bet wins, and if the first team scores 35 or fewer points in the first half, the under bet wins.

Quarter Result (3-Way)

Quarter Result (3-Way) in basketball betting refers to a type of wager where the bettor predicts the result of a specific quarter in a game. The bettor can place a wager on one of three outcomes: team 1 winning(W1), team 2 winning(W2), or draw(X).
W1: You can bet that team1 will win the quarter.
X: You can bet that the quarter will end in a draw.
W2: You can bet that team2 will win the quarter.
For example, a bettor can place a wager on the outcome of the first quarter of a game. If the first team has more points than the second team at the end of the first quarter, the first team wins the quarter and the first team to win the quarter bet wins. If the second team has more points than the first team at the end of the first quarter, the second team wins the quarter and the second team to win the quarter bet wins. If the first and second team have the same number of points at the end of the first quarter, the quarter ends in a tie and the tie bet wins.

Quarter Points Handicap

Quarter Points Handicap in basketball betting refers to a type of wager where the bettor predicts the outcome of a specific quarter in a game with the benefit of a points handicap.