Ice Hockey

Match Winner (Including Overtime)

"Match Winner (Including Overtime)" is a type of betting market in ice hockey where the bettor predicts which team will win the game, including any overtime periods that may be played.
W1: You can bet on team 1 will win the match.
W2: You can bet on team 2 will win the match.
If a game ends in regulation time with a winner, then the bettor who correctly chose that team will win the bet. However, if the game goes into overtime or a shootout, the winning team during that additional period will be considered the official winner for betting purposes. The bettor who correctly selected that team as the winner, including any overtime periods, will be deemed the winner of the bet.

Match Result (Regular Time)

"Match Result (Regular Time)" is a type of betting market in ice hockey where the bettor predicts the outcome of a game based solely on the results of regulation time (i.e., three periods of 20 minutes each).
W1: You can bet on team 1 will win the match.
Draw:You can bet on the match to end in a draw.
W2: You can bet on team 2 will win the match.
If the game ends in regulation time with a winner, then the bettor who correctly chose that team will win the bet. If the game goes into overtime or a shootout, the result of the game for betting purposes will be based only on the score at the end of regulation time and any overtime or shootout goals will not be considered. This type of bet is different from the "Match Winner (Including Overtimes)" market, where the outcome of the game, including any overtime or shootout periods, determines the winner of the bet.

Goals Handicap (Regular Time)

"Goals Handicap (Regular Time)" is a type of betting market in ice hockey where a handicap is applied to the actual number of goals scored by one team in regulation time. This type of bet is used to even the playing field and provide betting opportunities for both favorites and underdogs.
For example, let's say that Team A is playing against Team B, and the bookmaker sets a handicap of +1.5 for Team B. This means that 1.5 goals will be added to the actual number of goals scored by Team B in regulation time. If you bet on Team A, then they must win the game by more than 1.5 goals for you to win the bet. If you bet on Team B, then they must either win the game or lose by less than 1.5 goals for you to win the bet.
It's important to note that this type of bet is based only on the result of regulation time and does not consider any overtime or shootout periods. Additionally, the handicap is applied only to the actual number of goals scored in regulation time and does not consider any goals scored in overtime or a shootout.

Total Goals (Regular Time)

"Total Goals (Regular Time)" is a type of allows you to bet on the total number of goals scored in the match. You can bet on whether the total goals will be over or under a certain number, or you can place a specific total goals bet.
For example, let's say the bookmaker sets a total of 5.5 goals for a game between Team A and Team B. If you bet on the "Over 5.5" option, you are predicting that the total number of goals scored by both teams in regulation time will be 6 or more. If you bet on the "Under 5.5" option, you are predicting that the total number of goals scored by both teams will be 5 or fewer.
It's important to note that this type of bet is based only on the result of regulation time and does not consider any overtime or shootout periods. Additionally, the total number of goals is determined by the number of goals scored in regulation time only, and any goals scored in overtime or a shootout are not considered.

Double Chance (Regular Time)

"Double Chance (Regular Time)" is a type of betting market in ice hockey where the bettor has two options to choose from, instead of just one, to cover the potential outcomes of the game in regulation time (i.e., three periods of 20 minutes each). The two options are typically "Team A or a Draw", and "Team B or a Draw".
1X: You can bet on the home team to win or the match to end in a draw. This means that if the home team wins or the match ends in a draw, your bet will be a winning one.
12: You can bet on either the home team to win or the away team to win. This means that if either the home team or away team wins, your bet will be a winning one.
X2: You can bet on the away team to win or the match to end in a draw. This means that if the away team wins or the match ends in a draw, your bet will be a winning one.
It's important to note that this type of bet is based only on the result of regulation time and does not consider any overtime or shootout periods. The bet is determined by the score after three periods of 20 minutes each and any goals scored in overtime or a shootout are not considered.

First Team To Score (Regular Time)

"First Team To Score (Regular Time)" is a type of betting market in ice hockey where the bettor predicts which team will score the first goal of the game in regulation time (i.e., three periods of 20 minutes each).
Team 1:You can bet on Team 1 to score the first goal.
Team 2:You can bet on Team 2 to score the first goal.
No Goal:You can bet that there will be no goals in the match.
It's important to note that this type of bet is based only on the result of regulation time and does not consider any overtime or shootout periods.

"Both Teams To Score (Regular Time)"

"Both Teams To Score (Regular Time)" is a type of betting market in ice hockey where the bettor predicts whether both teams will score at least one goal each during regulation time (i.e., three periods of 20 minutes each).
For this type of bet, the bettor can choose from two options: "Yes" or "No". If you bet on "Yes" and both teams score at least one goal each, you win the bet. If you bet on "No" and either one of the teams does not score, or both teams do not score, you also win the bet.
It's important to note that this type of bet is based only on the result of regulation time and does not consider any overtime or shootout periods. The outcome of the bet is determined by the number of goals scored by both teams during the three periods of 20 minutes each, and any goals scored in overtime or a shootout are not considered.

Goals Handicap 3 Way (Regular Time)

"Goals Handicap 3 Way (Regular Time)" is a type of betting market in ice hockey where the bettor predicts the outcome of a game based on a predetermined goal handicap assigned to one of the teams in regulation time (i.e., three periods of 20 minutes each).
For example, let's say the goal handicap is assigned to Team A as -1.5. If you bet on "Team A (-1.5)" and Team A wins the game or loses by no more than 1 goal, you win the bet. If you bet on "Draw (+1.5)" and the game ends in a draw or if Team A wins by exactly 1 goal, you win the bet. If you bet on "Team B (+1.5)" and Team B wins the game or wins by 2 or more goals, you also win the bet.
In this type of bet, the bookmaker assigns a goal handicap, typically in the form of a half goal (e.g., +1.5, -1.5), to one of the teams. This goal handicap is then added to the actual number of goals scored by that team to determine the outcome of the bet. The bettor then has three options to choose from: "Team A (-1.5)", "Draw (+1.5)", and "Team B (+1.5)".

Period Result

Period Total Goals
Period Team 1 Total Goals
Period Team 2 Total Goals
Period Goals Handicap
Period Double Chance

Correct Score (Regular Time)

"Correct Score (Regular Time)" is a type of betting market in ice hockey where the bettor predicts the exact score of the game after regulation time (i.e., three periods of 20 minutes each).
For this type of bet, the bettor must predict the exact score of the game at the end of regulation time. For example, if you bet on the correct score being "3-2", and the game ends with that score after the three periods of 20 minutes each, you win the bet. If the game ends with any other score, you lose the bet.
It's important to note that this type of bet is based only on the result of regulation time and does not consider any overtime or shootout periods. The outcome of the bet is determined by the exact score at the end of the three periods of 20 minutes each, and any goals scored in overtime or a shootout are not considered.

Team 1 Total Goals (Regular Time)

"Team 1 Total Goals (Regular Time)" is a type of betting market in ice hockey where the bettor predicts the total number of goals that Team 1 will score in regulation time (i.e., three periods of 20 minutes each).
For this type of bet, the bettor can choose from a range of options for the total number of goals that Team 1 will score. For example, the options could be "Under 2.5 Goals", or "Over 4.5 Goals". If you bet on "Under 2.5 Goals" and Team 1 scores 2 goals or fewer in regulation time, you win the bet. If you bet on "Over 4.5 Goals" and Team 1 scores 5 goals or more in regulation time, you win the bet.
It's important to note that this type of bet is based only on the goals scored by Team 1 in regulation time and does not consider any goals scored in overtime or a shootout. The outcome of the bet is determined by the total number of goals scored by Team 1 in the three periods of 20 minutes each.

Team 2 Total Goals (Regular Time)

"Team 2 Total Goals (Regular Time)" is a type of betting market in ice hockey where the bettor predicts the total number of goals that Team 2 will score in regulation time (i.e., three periods of 20 minutes each).
For this type of bet, the bettor can choose from a range of options for the total number of goals that Team 2 will score. For example, the options could be "Under 2.5 Goals", or "Over 4.5 Goals". If you bet on "Under 2.5 Goals" and Team 2 scores 2 goals or fewer in regulation time, you win the bet. If you bet on "Over 4.5 Goals" and Team 2 scores 5 goals or more in regulation time, you win the bet.
It's important to note that this type of bet is based only on the goals scored by Team 2 in regulation time and does not consider any goals scored in overtime or a shootout. The outcome of the bet is determined by the total number of goals scored by Team 2 in the three periods of 20 minutes each.

Both Teams To Score (Regular Time)

"Both Teams To Score (Regular Time)" is a type of betting market in ice hockey where the bettor predicts whether both teams will score in regulation time (i.e., three periods of 20 minutes each).
For this type of bet, the bettor can choose either "Yes" or "No". If you bet on "Yes", both teams must score at least one goal in regulation time for you to win the bet. If you bet on "No", neither team can score a goal in regulation time for you to win the bet.
It's important to note that this type of bet is based only on the goals scored in regulation time and does not consider any goals scored in overtime or a shootout. The outcome of the bet is determined by whether both teams have scored at least one goal each in the three periods of 20 minutes each.

First Team To Score (Regular Time)

"First Team To Score (Regular Time)" is a type of betting market in ice hockey where the bettor predicts which team will score the first goal in regulation time (i.e., three periods of 20 minutes each).
For this type of bet, the bettor can choose either Team 1, Team 2 or No goal . If you bet on Team 1 and they score the first goal in regulation time, you win the bet. If you bet on Team 2 and they score the first goal in regulation time, you win the bet. If you bet on No Goal and there is no goal in regulation time, you win the bet.
It's important to note that this type of bet is based only on the order of goals scored in regulation time and does not consider any goals scored in overtime or a shootout. The outcome of the bet is determined by which team scores the first goal in the three periods of 20 minutes each.

Last Team To Score (Regular Time)

"Last Team To Score (Regular Time)" is a type of betting market in ice hockey where the bettor predicts which team will score the last goal in regulation time (i.e., three periods of 20 minutes each).
For this type of bet, the bettor can choose either Team 1 or Team 2. If you bet on Team 1 and they score the last goal in regulation time, you win the bet. If you bet on Team 2 and they score the last goal in regulation time, you win the bet. If you bet on the No Goal and there is no goal in regulation time, you win the bet.
It's important to note that this type of bet is based only on the order of goals scored in regulation time and does not consider any goals scored in overtime or a shootout. The outcome of the bet is determined by which team scores the last goal in the three periods of 20 minutes each.

Period Both Team To Score

Total Goals Odd/Even (Regular Time)

"Total Goals Odd/Even (Regular Time)" is a type of betting market in ice hockey where the bettor predicts whether the total number of goals scored in regulation time (i.e., three periods of 20 minutes each) will be an odd or even number.
For this type of bet, the bettor can choose either "Odd" or "Even". If you bet on "Odd" and the total number of goals scored in regulation time is an odd number(1,3,5), you win the bet. If you bet on "Even" and the total number of goals scored in regulation time is an even number(2,4,6), you win the bet.
It's important to note that this type of bet is based only on the total number of goals scored in regulation time and does not consider any goals scored in overtime or a shootout. The outcome of the bet is determined by the total number of goals scored in the three periods of 20 minutes each.