Although there are several types of sports betting, in this space we will review the most common ones; the conventional ones, to define them in some way.
This group consists of the simple, combined and system bets, briefly developed below.
As the name suggests, it’s the simple bets. The user chooses a selection and makes his or her move in a specific event. Of course you can do it as many times as you like, but always individually. Calculating the winnings is very easy: it comes from multiplying the amount of money betted by the selected quota. For example, if you bet 10 euros on a 2.00 share, the gross profit will be 20 euros and the net profit 10 euros.
It is precisely a combination of simple bets: two or more, with a maximum that determines each bookmaker. The great advantage of this modality is that the quotas of each selection are multiplied among themselves and lead to a high final quota. At the same time and as a negative point, the bettor must match all his plays to win. Combined bets tend to choose events in which, a priori, there is a very clear favorite in the preview, as they pose a greater risk than other types of sports betting.
In this case, the user combines a series of events but has an advantage over the above-mentioned combinations, which is that an error does not necessarily result in losing the invested money. A simple example to explain this converted version of the combined bets is System 2/3. It consists of choosing three events and choosing two selections in each of them, each selection being a bet on itself. The bet amount is divided into the three bets, so in order to win win, it is necessary to hit at least two of the three plays.
In this modality, which requires a minimum of three forecasts and generally a maximum of eight, the revenue increases as the number of bets that make up the system increases. Of course, the amount of bets you have to make to win increases as well.
It is almost impossible to determine which of the three alternatives presented is the best. They are strictly different and much depends on the event chosen. Simple bets are the most traditional and do not require too much analysis, while system bets are considered ideal for those more cautious and speculative gamblers.
Finally, the combined options are probably the most attractive option depending on the benefits they can deliver in case of success. In this regard, in the section “Articles” of Apuestas-Deportivas. es you can access an interesting observation made by Adrián, expert in the matter, who alludes to the double-edged sword that constitutes the relationship between the possibility of achieving great benefits with the fact that a minimum error knocks down the house of cards completely.
In the article cited, Adrian places special emphasis on not recommending that combined bets be made that are overloaded. This is why he proposes never to include more than three predictions, even in the cases that are only events in which the favorite is very clear.