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There is no such thing as a draw in fixed odds betting, and it can seem like a risky proposition to some of the betters. One thing that should always be remembered is that bets can either be lost or won and it offers no middle ground. But to top it all off, the Asian handicap in football betting is a relief; it deals with other options available in betting. Here you can get a return on your bets without winning, or you can even choose a split bet, where the bets are split half of the loss and half of the win.

Asian Handicap Football betting is very famous in eastern countries and is a very special betting. In football betting, you usually see +1, 0, -1 handicaps, but with Asian handicaps you can also aim for ½ goal, ¼ goal and ¾ goal. These are also known as ½ ball, ¼ ball and ¾ ball. Obviously, it may seem that this makes no sense, because if a team loses or wins a ½ goal start, they will easily lose or beat a ¼ goal start. This betting can do many things and we will look at the different aspects of Asian handicaps in this article.

Generally, in football betting, in handicap betting, the underdog gets a head start and the favorite also grants the same handicap. The handicaps previously awarded to settle the bet are awarded based on the actual goals scored by the teams. In the event that no tie has been awarded, a tie results in a draw (also bets are returned). If there is a winner between two teams, the better bets on that team win, while bets on the other side lose. The same rule applies to a 1-goal or 2-goal Asian tie.

The scenario changes when the disadvantages are admitted; you can either win or lose the bet and there will be no draw under any circumstances. If the handicap is ¼ of the goal, bets will be settled as a split bet. Here, half of the stakes go to ¼ target less than the quoted target and the other half to ½ target higher than the quoted target.

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