What Does Over/Under Mean?
With over/under betting, the first thing to understand is that you are betting in relation to the number of goals scored in the game. It doesn’t matter which team scores the goals or even who wins. You just take the number of goals scored by each of the teams and add them together to get the total goals scored during the game. The simplicity of this bet is what makes it such a common wager. When you place an over/under bet, you have to choose two things: What “goal line” you want to bet, and Whether you bet that the total goals scored in the game will end over or under that goal line. It doesn’t matter how close the result is to the goal line either, the bet pays the same whether the end result is close to the bet’s goal line or far away.
|Over 0.5: 90%||Under 0.5: 10%|
|Over 1.5: 60%||Under 1.5: 40%|
|Over 2.5: 60%||Under 2.5: 40%|
|Over 3.5: 40%||Under 3.5: 60%|
|Over 4.5: 30%||Under 4.5: 70%|
|Yes: 40%||No: 60%|
|Yes: 20%||No: 10%|
Thank you and keep it up in your selections - Arvin from Jakarta, Indonesia
Definition of ‘Stake’: Money or property risked on the result of a horse race, card game, match outcome, etc.
Stake (or ‘wager’ in America), is straightforward terminology.
You bet with your friend on a game of pool, and stake £5 each. Whoever wins the game gets £5 from the other party, and whoever loses is £5 poorer.
In betting, the stake (or ‘wager’) usually means money, which is countable.
The concept of stake becomes much more complicated if property is wagered, such as houses, cars, or in some countries even wives! If you gamble property then you not only have to calculate the true probabilities of a bet to compute the odds, but also convert the staked property into a monetary value.