half time result
Abbreviated as HTR, a bet on the result of a match at half time.
half time/full time
Also known as double result betting, a single bet on the result of a match at half time and on its result at full time. Both outcomes must be predicted correctly for the bet to win.
Also referred to as a Half Time Result (HTR), a bet on the result of a match at half time.
1. To level the odds among competitors, by giving weaker competitors some form of advantage and/or giving stronger competitors a disadvantage. 2. In racing, a weight assigned to each racehorse in order to create a more level field. Horses with strong form are assigned heavier weights than horses with weaker form.
The process of assigning a handicap to favoured competitors to help even the odds with other competitors.
The total amount of money placed on a bet.
An alternative name for Asian handicap betting..
To place two or more opposing bets, to reduce risk or ensure a profit irrespective of the outcome.
Placing two or more opposing bets, to reduce risk or ensure a profit irrespective of the outcome.
A Heinz bet is a wager that involves six selections and 57 separate bets - 15 doubles, 20 trebles, 15 fourfolds, 6 fivefolds and a sixfold accumulator.
The advantage it's assumed that a competitor or team has when competing in its home town, due to the familiarity of facilities and supportive audiences.
The section of a racetrack between the last turn and the finish line.