Soccer Predicted Free Tips 1x2

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Free Fixed Betting Matches 1×2

Free Fixed Betting Matches 1×2


Soccer betting predictions Tips 1×2
Day: Sunday    Date: 18.09.2022

League: NORWAY Eliteserien
Match: Valerenga – Sandefjord
Tip: Over 2.5 Goals
Odds: 1.50    Result: ?:?

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With Free Fixed Betting Matches 1×2 finances to sports, betting is a mixture of skill and luck. The key to long-term success is not to pick winners, but to find value and make consistent profits. Betting tipsters soccer 1×2 predictions often promise high strike rates, but can they perform consistently in the long run? The answer lies in what is called the Paradox of Skill.

The variability in your betting 1×2 fixed match outcomes, and therefore your profits, is a combination of the variance in your skill and the variance in luck. Although sporting outcomes are subject to inherent randomness, on average if your assessment of an outcome probability (in other words the odds) is better than those published by the bookmaker, you will have secured Free Fixed Betting Matches 1×2 positive expectation.

What do the odds represent?

The bookmaker’s odds, however, are to a significant extent a reflection of the market’s opinion about the outcome probability, discounting the influence of the margin. What is the market? It’s simply the collection of bettors expressing opinions about the likelihood of the outcome with their money.

In other words, the betting odds fixed matches today merely represent a weighted average opinion of players engaged in a Free Fixed Betting Matches 1×2 contest, in which the key to success is to have better forecasting skills than your opponents. If you do, you are likely to find value and make a profit over the long term. Sounds easy enough. Why, then, is finding consistent value so difficult? The answer lies in what is called the Paradox of Skill.

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Lessons from baseball

In 1941, Ted Williams, a Major League Baseball player for the Boston Red Sox, had a batting average of 0.406. Considering that typical batting averages have remained largely unchanged since the origins of the professional game in the 1870s (around 0.25 to 0.28), this was a remarkable achievement, and something that has not been repeated since.

Arguably, however, Williams would not score anything like that average in today’s league, given the improvements in training, fitness, diet and general professionalism. So what’s going on? Firstly, the batting average is simply a measure of relative skill, between the pitcher on the one hand and the batter on the other.

As Major League Baseball has become more professionalised, batters have individually become more skilled at hitting. At the same time, however, pitchers have become more skilled at pitching. Michael Mauboussin, author of The Success Equation, describes this as a kind of arms race: absolute skills improve across the board, but relative skills, on average, remain Free Fixed Betting Matches 1×2 more or less the same.

Secondly, whilst overall skill levels have improved, the difference between the best and worst hitters (and pitchers) has shrunk. We can explain this by imagining there to be a ‘wall’ of human ability. In the early years of professional baseball, a few players were already approaching the ‘wall’ but most were still quite some way away. Over time, progressively better hitters (and pitchers) were replacing the weaker ones, and as a consequence the difference between best and worst has narrowed.

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Since the observed variance in outcomes is the variance in skill plus the variance in luck, a decrease in the variance of skill (with the variance in luck remaining the same) should reveal itself in the observed variation in batting averages, quantified by means of the standard deviation.

Sure enough, during the first years of Free Fixed Betting Matches 1×2 (1870s), standard deviation in batting averages was around 0.05, meaning around two-thirds of all batting averages were roughly in the range 0.2 to 0.3, with about 95% between 0.15 and 0.35.

Today, the standard deviation is about half of what it was. Consequently, extreme outliers have become less common. In the 19th century we might have expected a batting average of 0.40 to appear once in every 1,000 hitters; today that might be more like 1 in a million.

Mauboussin also reminds us that as the variance in skill diminishes the variance in luck, luck will assume an ever-increasing importance in the calculation of outcomes. “If everyone gets better at something, luck plays a more important role in determining who wins.”

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What is a Draw No Bet?

When betting on regular time soccer outcomes that are catered for by 1X2 odds fixed matches football, bettors often want the option of a more simple two-way market. There are two common choices available for this, Double Chance – combining home & draw or away & draw as the two options  – or Draw No Bet, which as its name implies, removes the option of a draw from a bet – allowing bettors to bet on either a home or away win. They win if their team wins and get their stake back if the match ends in draw.

In comparison if bettors bet on a straight home or away victory, success is dependent on that outcome alone – if the match ends in draw fixed matches tips 1×2, they lose. It’s therefore logical that your return from a Draw No Bet (and accordingly, Draw No Bet odds) will be somewhere between straight 1X2 fixed matches tips and Double Chance.

Bettors can therefore combine fixed matches soccer 1X2 odds to work like a Draw No Bet. To do this they need to cover the stake on a home win by their profit on the draw; that way, if the match ends in draw, their net profit will be zero, and that’s effectively what you want to achieve.

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Alternatively, FixedMatch.Bet offer numerous Asian Handicap fixed matches lines. As explained, the Asian Handicap +0.5 works exactly as Double Chance, while Asian Handicap 0 is known as “PK”. What Draw No Bet offers that an Asian Handicap fixed matches football doesn’t, is the chance of building extra value into your bet by Free Fixed Betting Matches 1×2 shopping around.

Example of FREE FIXED BETTING MATCHES 1×2 at FixedMatch.Bet

Lets look at an example where you would use a Draw No Bet with MANIPULATED FIXED MATCHES at FixedMatch.Bet. You believe Aston Villa are too strong for Chelsea, and you want to stake £100 on Villa at 7.790 to win, but you want an insurance – your money back – if the match ends in a draw.

Other bookmakers price this bet at 4.90 and 5.50. This means, your stake of £100 would yield a winning profit between £390 and £450.

FixedMatch.Bet as mentioned offer odds of 7.790 for Villa to win, the draw is priced 4.300, while Chelsea’s win is worth 1.518. Can we use these odds to our advantage?

For the purpose of our example our stake for Villa to win is labeled as S; stake on draw is then (100-S), since we want to bet a total of £100.

If Villa win, you will win (7.790-1)*S on that bet, and you will lose (100-S) on your draw bet; so, your net profit is:

If the match ends in a draw, you will win (4.300-1)*(100-S) from that bet – you want that profit to exactly cover your loss on a home win, which is S therefore:

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This equation is relatively easy to solve, which gives us a value for S of £76.744, which is your stake on a Home win. Stake on draw is (100-76.744) = £23.256.

Let’s check our sums; your profit from the draw will be (4.300-1)*23.256 = 76.745, which is just equal to your loss on a home win bet fixed matches tips 1×2, so you achieved what you wanted: you break even in case of a draw.

Now let’s see what happens if Villa beat Chelsea in this example. You win (7.790-1)*76.744 = £521.092, and you lose £23.256 on the draw; so you net a total of £497.84, which ranges from 9% more than the best industry offer on this market (you remember, £450) to as much as 21% more than rest of the industry. So was it worth the hassle? A 9 to 21% profit increase should be sufficient motivation to calculate the stakes.

From the above example, it’s easy to derive a general rule for the Free Fixed Betting Matches 1×2. If you label the total amount of money you want to risk with TOTAL, odds for Home Win with HOME, Away Win with AWAY, and odds for Draw with DRAW Fixed Matches 1×2, then:

Which gives you the stake for a home win as:

As you can see, stake depends only on odds for the draw, which will facilitate your calculation – it’s the same for both home draw no bet and away draw no bet. But if you want to calculate the effective odds, then you need to include odds for home win and away win.

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Remember, odds represent ratio of return and stake. Using the same labels as above, in case of home win, our return is:

HOME * S,

or, when we replace S from formula above:

Therefore,

Or, after making up this formula:

Equally, for Away Win Draw No Bet:

You are now able to quickly calculate Draw No bet stakes and odds from a Free Fixed Betting Matches 1×2, allowing you to identify the better value FixedMatch.Bet offers compared to other bookmakers, and additionally to employ this calculation across two bookmakers to potentially engineer even better odds than using FixedMatch.Bet alone. Follow all our great tips to win your bets at FixedMatch.Bet and earn profits through successfull betting on football fixed matches.

Author: Denise Price