Before we look in to the dos and don’ts of the first scorer market, let’s properly define what the first scorer is. It shouldn’t take long. The first scorer market is as ronseal a betting term as you can find, it means exactly what it says on the tin – a bet on the first goal scorer in a game.
Asian Handicap is a fast growing relatively new type of betting offered in football. The concept was introduced to give each team an equal chance of winning. This is done by awarding one of the team, generally the underdog, with an advantage, typically a goal or goals lead.
The anytime scorer market is an easier market than the first scorer market. Unlike the first scorer market where you are reliant on your choice scoring the first goal, the anytime market means that your bet just has to score during the 90 minutes in order for your bet to be successful. Do bear in mind however that own goals don’t count.
We’ve all being there. You are sitting in the pub when your mate, yes the one that knows everything about football without ever being interested, turns to you and says, this game will finish 3-1 to the home team. You scoff, after all you know more than him.
A Timecast bet is one of the most interesting markets for punters in that they let you to place a multiple bet on the team to score first goal, as well as the time period of first goal.
There are those amongst us that like to push things as far as they can. If you climb a hill, they will climb a mountain. If you run 10km, they will run 20km.
The vast majority of bettors end up losing money on sports betting, mainly because they have no concept of what a ‘value bet’ is. Value betting is easy to describe but extremely difficult to quantify as you need to have knowledge of the sport in question and experience in the world of betting.
Winning margins is a complicatedly easy bet whereby you bet on what the number of goals that a team will be winning by come the end of the match. This
Believe it or not, there is one sure-fire method of winning money through sports betting though as you can imagine, such opportunities are rare. This technique is known as arbitrage betting and you don’t even need to be interested in sport to make money from this method.
Whilst most bets will require us to place money down and hope that it successful, there are certain times when bookmakers will make special offers providing a free-bet when someone spends a specific amount on the site. These offers will apply at different times and on different occasions so it’s important to be aware of what the offer is and what’s needed to get the free bet. So how does it all work?