How to play Handicap, Guide to Playing agen judi depobos Handicap, Guide to playing Handicap, Calculate Handicap Market, Handicap Betting, Online Gambling Handicap Betting, How to Calculate Handicap – Playing Handicap Asian Handicap (HDP) is a bet that balances the possible outcomes of matches between two teams that are not comparable, by giving a “handicap” to the team (in the form of goals or points) before the match starts. In other words, the Favorite Team will be awarded a number of deficit goals because they are more likely to win and the Underdog Team will get an early addition because the chances of winning are less. The Favorite Team because it is superior will give the Underdog Team a voor (Voor) value.
1. How to Read Voor / Points on Asian Handicap (HDP)
- 0.0 = for 0 bola (tidak ada yang for)
- 0-0.5 = for 1/4 bola
- 0.50 = for 1/2 bola
- 0.5-1 = for 3/4 bola
- 1.0 = for 1 bola
- 1-1.5 = for 1 1/4 bola
- 1.50 = for 1 1/2 bola
- 1.5-2 = for 1 3/4 bola
- *and so on.
2. How to see which team gave voor
A team is said to “give” voor the ball, is the team that is red.
A team is said to “get” voor the ball, is the team that is not red. daftar agen bola terbaik
NB: Please note that the explanation in question is the red color of the team name on Sbobet, not the red color on the odds, uniforms, or player names. (See the sample image below)
In the picture above, the name of the team in red is the one who gave the ball voor. It can be seen that in the match between ‘Western Sydney Wanderers vs Newcastle Jets, the one who gave the voor was the red Western Sydney Wanderers. And who got the voor was the Newcastle Jets.
Meanwhile, in the match between ‘Salernitana vs Cagliari’, it was Cagliari who gave the ball voor in red. And the one who gets the voor is Salernitana.
3. How to calculate Odds / Key’an (price comparison)
Odds / Key’an is a comparison of the price of winning or losing in a bet, Odds / Key’an minus (-) is marked with a number with a minus sign and is red while Odds / Key’an plus is marked with a black number and there is no minus sign on that number. (Look at the example image below which is marked with a yellow column).
*Example Odds / Key’an plus = for example you choose Western Sydney Wanderers (Home) with a bet value of 100 thousand then,
1.09 x 100k = 109k your winnings.
Nb: if you lose, the capital is only 100 thousand
*Example Key’an minus (-) = for example you choose Newcastle Jets (Away) with a bet value of 100 thousand then,
-1.20 x 100k = -120k your loss.
Nb: if you lose 120rb and when you win it remains 100rb.