For those who have been in football betting for a long time, the term "Even-Odd" is no longer unfamiliar. This type of betting is favored by many people, but to win, players need to have a high level of thinking. So what is Even-Odd betting? How to place Even-Odd bets? Let's find out.
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I. What is Even-Odd betting?
Even-Odd is a type of betting that divides the win and loss based on the final total goals of the two teams being even or odd. Accordingly, the Even option will be 0, 2, 4, 6 ... The Odd option will be 1, 3, 5, 7 ... Each option will have a success rate of 50/50.
On the bookmaker's betting board, players will see symbols such as:
E - Even
O - Odd
Due to the 50/50 win rate, many people choose to bet on Even-Odd. In reality, playing Even-Odd betting depends a lot on luck because not everyone can predict the total number of goals in a match correctly.
Like other types of bets, Even-Odd goals are also offered by bookmakers for players to bet on in the first and second half of the match. However, because it is a side bet in the match, the Even-Odd betting win will appear in the extended betting section of the bookmaker.
Some other types of Even-Odd bets that bookmakers often offer are:
Odd/Odd bet: The number of goals of the home team is odd, the number of goals of the away team is odd.
Odd/Even bet: The number of goals of the home team is odd, the number of goals of the away team is even.
Even/Odd bet: The number of goals of the home team is even, the number of goals of the away team is odd.
Even/Even bet: The number of goals of the home team is even, the number of goals of the away team is even.
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II. How to place Even-Odd bets
First, players need to choose a reputable and safe bookmaker, each bookmaker will have different odds.
To make it easier to understand, I will give an example of a match between Real Madrid and Leganes:
If the player places an Even bet for the entire match: The total score of the two teams at the end of the match is an odd number (1 + 2 = 3), then you win. If the total score is even, you lose.
Similar to you betting odd first half, at the end of the first half, if the total score of both teams is odd, you will win -> If you bet 100 points you win 100 points, if you lose, you only lose 91 point.