Asian handicap is a way of betting that originates in Asia and mostly used in football. Handicap means that one team has a virtual lead over the other side. Asian handicaps eliminate the chance of a draw in a match, so the possible outcomes are two.
The Asian handicap is a type of spread betting in soccer very similar to the run line in baseball or puck line in hockey. It’s really just soccer’s name for spread betting, which is a bet on the margin of victory. The key difference is that it introduces fractions of goals like .25 and .75 to the spread. When you bet a team at a number like +1.25, you’re actually splitting your bet between two spreads — +1 and +1.5 in this case.
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Asian Handicap Betting Explained. Asian Handicap betting is very similar to standard handicap betting and point spread betting. You’ll soon discover, though, that there are some key differences. The basic idea is to make the outcome of a soccer game a 50/50 proposition, by giving a goals handicap to each team.
Asian Handicap is a type of soccer (football) betting that effectively gives the lesser team an advantage. This type of soccer betting removes the draw (tie) option for bettors and provides an edge to the underdog team. This betting system comes from Indonesia and is like the runline in baseball and the puckline in hockey.
Asian Handicap -0.5. This handicap gives a disadvantage of half a goal to your selection. Since, half a goal is impossible, your bet wins if your team wins even by a single goal difference. However, should your selection lose or the match end in a draw, you lose. Asian Handicap -1, -1.5, -2, -2.5, etc.
Half Goals. There are no half-goals in soccer, but 0.5 is the most common, and most popular, of the Asian Handicaps. You add the underdog’s handicap to the underdog’s goals scored and if the total is bigger than the favorite’s goals scored, the underdog wins. Smaller, and the favorite wins. Simple as that.
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