Volleyball

Match Winner

"Match Winner" in volleyball betting refers to a bet on the outcome of a volleyball match, where the bettor predicts which team will win the match.
For this type of bet, the bettor can choose either Team 1 (W1) or Team 2 (W2). If you bet on Team 1 (W1) and they win the match, you win the bet. If you bet on Team 2 (W2) and they win the match, you win the bet.
In volleyball, a match is typically played as a best-of-five set format, with the first team to win three sets declared the winner of the match. The outcome of the "Match Winner" bet is determined by which team wins the match, regardless of the number of sets played.

Total Points

"Total points" is a type of bet where you wager on the combined total number of points that will be scored by both teams in a match.
A bookmaker will set a line, for example, 180.5 points. As a bettor, you would predict whether the actual total points scored by both teams in the match will be "over" or "under" that set line.
  • If you bet "over" and the total points scored are 181 or more, you win.
  • If you bet "under" and the total points scored are 180 or less, you win.

Team 1 Total Points

"Team 1 Total Points" is a type of bet where you wager on the total number of points that will be scored by Team 1 in a match.
A bookmaker will provide a line (a set number of points), and as a bettor, you would predict whether Team 1 will score "over" or "under" that line of points.
For example, if the bookmaker sets the line at 87.5 points for Team 1, you would place a bet predicting whether Team 1 will score more (over) or less (under) than 87.5 points in the match.

Team 2 Total Points

"Team 2 Total Points" is a type of bet where you wager on the total number of points that will be scored by Team 2 in a match.
A bookmaker will provide a line (a set number of points), and as a bettor, you would predict whether Team 2 will score "over" or "under" that line of points.
For example, if the bookmaker sets the line at 87.5 points for Team 1, you would place a bet predicting whether Team 1 will score more (over) or less (under) than 87.5 points in the match.

Total Points Odd/Even

"Total Points Odd/Even" in volleyball is a wager on whether the total points scored by both teams will be an odd or even number. This bet doesn't consider which team wins, only the nature (odd/even) of the total score.
For instance, if the total points scored by both teams in a volleyball match are 175, that would be an odd total, and all bets placed on "odd" would win. If the total points were 176, that's an even total, and bets placed on "even" would win.

Points Handicap

"Points handicap" is used to balance a match between a favored team and an underdog. The favored team is given a points deficit (e.g., -1.5), which they must overcome to win the bet. Conversely, the underdog is given a points advantage (e.g., +1.5), so they can still 'win' the bet even if they lose the match, as long as the points difference is less than 1.5.
Let's say Team A (the favorite) is playing against Team B (the underdog). The bookmaker may give a handicap of -1.5 sets to Team A. This means Team A starts with a "deficit" of -1.5 sets. So, for a bet on Team A to win, they would need to win by more than 1.5 sets.
On the other side, if you bet on Team B, they would start with a "lead" of +1.5 sets. So, even if Team B loses the match but the set deficit is less than 1.5, you would still win the bet.
Handicap betting allows you to bet on a match where there's a perceived difference in abilities between teams, making the bet more interesting and balanced.

Set Winner

"Set Winner" is a type of bet where you predict which team will win a specific set within the match.
For example, you could place a bet on Team A to win the first set, Team B to win the second set, and so on.
The match overall might have a different winner, but with this type of bet, you're only wagering on the outcome of individual sets. It's a way to make more specific, targeted predictions about the course of a volleyball match.

Set Total Points

"Set Total Points" refers to a wager on the combined total number of points that will be scored by both teams in a specific set.
Similar to the "total points" bet, a sportsbook will set a line, such as 45.5 points for the first set, and you as a bettor would predict whether the actual total points scored in that set will be "over" or "under" that line.
This bet doesn't depend on which team wins the set or the match, only on the total points scored by both teams in the specified set.

Set Points Handicap

"Set Points Handicap" in volleyball game is a wager where one team is given a hypothetical advantage (handicap) for a specific set in the match.
For example, if Team A is favored to win the second set, the sportsbook may give a handicap of -2.5 points to Team A. This means Team A starts with a "deficit" of 2.5 points. For a bet on Team A to win, they must win the set by more than 2.5 points.
Conversely, Team B, the underdog, would have a "lead" of +2.5 points. So, even if Team B loses the set, as long as the points difference is less than 2.5, you'd win the bet.
This type of bet aims to level the playing field when there's a perceived difference in abilities between the two teams in a specific set.

Set Correct Score

"Set Correct Score" bet refers to a wager where you predict the exact final score of a specific set.
For example, you could place a bet predicting that Team A will win the first set 25-22. To win the bet, the first set must end with exactly that score.
It's a more precise bet and generally harder to predict than simply who will win the set or the match, but it usually offers higher potential returns due to the increased difficulty.

Set Total Points Odd/Even

"Set Total Points Odd/Even" in volleyball game is a type of bet where you wager on whether the total points scored by both teams in a specific set will end in an odd or even number.
For instance, if you bet on 'odd' and the total points in the set end up being 45, you would win the bet. If you bet on 'even' and the total points are 46, then you would win.
This type of bet doesn't take into account which team wins the set or the match, but rather the odd/even nature of the total score of a specific set.

Correct Score

Correct Score" bet refers to a wager where you predict the exact final score of the entire match in terms of sets.
In a typical volleyball match, a team needs to win 3 sets out of 5 to win the match. So, if you place a Correct Score bet predicting that Team A will beat Team B by a score of 3-2, you would need Team A to win exactly three sets and Team B to win exactly two sets for your bet to win.
This type of bet is quite challenging as it requires a high degree of accuracy, but it can offer higher potential returns due to its difficulty.

Sets Handicap

Sets Handicap" is a type of wager where one team is given a hypothetical advantage or disadvantage, measured in sets.
For example, if Team A is expected to win, they might be given a handicap of -1.5 sets. For a bet on Team A to pay out, they must win by more than 1.5 sets.
Conversely, if you bet on Team B, who starts with a +1.5 sets advantage, you'd win the bet if Team B wins the match, or if they lose by less than 1.5 sets.
This type of bet aims to balance the odds when there's a clear favorite and underdog, allowing bettors to potentially win even if they bet on the team that loses the match, as long as the set deficit is smaller than the handicap.