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Banker Bets Explained

If you've ever placed a bet online, you probably know what accumulators are. Punters are no longer restricted to placing single bets – they can bet on doubles, trebles, and accumulators at will.
Back And Lay Betting
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Back and Lay Betting Explained

If you regularly bet online, you might have come across some special types of bets (at least in the name) that you don’t know the meaning of. For example, you’ve surely come across back lay betting. Many punters find it difficult to place lay and back bets, yet it’s pretty simple to do so.
Quinella Bet
Horse Racing

Quinella Bet Explained

A Quinella bet allows bettors who love horse races to win. You must note that you can only benefit from this bet type if you understand how it works.
Asian Handicap
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Asian Handicap Explained

Asian handicap is a popular type of bet which originated in Asia. It’s a bet that levels the playing field between 2 teams with a big difference in quality. Bookies give one side a virtual lead over the other, effectively handicapping that team so the other has a fighting chance. Of course, Asian handicap bets are only for bettors – there’s no real advantage on the field.
Btts Bet
Football

BTTS Betting (Both Teams to Score Bet) Explained

As many of you know, team betting is the most common type of betting online. While individual bets are certainly attractive, nothing beats the most common type of bet – match winner. You can also place bets on outrights and other fun markets, especially BTTS. Both teams to score bet has been around for quite some time and is one of the easiest wagers you can place.
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