Anti-Express at 1xBet
- Anti-Express at 1xBet bookmaker's office
- Adding to the coupon marquee for anti-express
- How do I calculate the anti-express coefficient?
- Return on an event in the odds anti-express
- Restrictions for anti-express
- Example of an anti-express at 1xBet
- Features of anti-express betting
- Frequently asked questions about anti-express betting at 1xBet
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At 1xBet and a number of other bookmakers, the anti-express bet is gaining popularity. It's like a parlay, only in reverse - the bet wins when at least one of its component events fails.
Anti-expresses have low total odds because it is calculated with the bookmaker's inverse odds = 2, where the customer cannot lose more than the amount of his bet.
You can make an Anti-Magic expression from two or more markets, but if the final odds are too low, the Anti-Magic option won't appear in the 1xbet Coupon. That's why you should add at least 1 market with a small, or even a very small odds to the anti-Axpress.
How do I bet the anti-express? How do I calculate the odds for an Anticompetition? What are the peculiarities of Anti-Max betting? Answers to such questions will be given in this article.
Anti-Express at 1xBet bookmaker's office
Anti betting odds at 1xbet are bet in the same way as all other composite betting variants. Any independent markets are suitable for them, whose odds combination will not make the total odds of the anti-extra betting odds negligible at all.
Adding to the coupon marquee for anti-express
Markets for the anti-express
To bet on the Anti-Markets, you must select 2 or more markets. If you only add high odds markets to the betting slip, the anti-express will either not be offered as a betting option at all, or the odds will be just over 1.01.
Markets with odds from one-something to moderately high may be suitable for the anti-express. Markets with odds higher than two will already bring down the anti-extra odds considerably. That is why only opposite pairs/fractions of markets with very low and high odds may be suitable for the double Anti-Markets balanced on odds and returns. Anti-expresses with low odds events are more attractive in terms of total return, but their chances of success are sharply reduced.
Adding markers to a 1xBet coupon
You can add betting variants to the Anti-express slip directly from 1xBet's home screen, from any slip window, or by accessing the full slip from the left navigation column or from the LINE, CIBERSPORT and LIVE sections.
The type of Anti-express bet is selected in the coupon - directly underneath the tiles of the markets added to it. The coupon itself is expanded from the tab on the right-hand side of the screen. The number in brackets must be at least 2, and the markets must meet the conditions for the antipress in order for the antipress option to appear.
1xBet anti-express odds
There is no such thing as a complete opposite of the odds of a Parlay and an Anti-Match from a set of the same markets in a bookmaker's office. The bookmaker's odds are 2, because the player is risking the amount of his bet, which together with the same notional amount of the bookmaker's bet forms the bookmaker's odds 2. So the player's odds are calculated taking this into account.
How do I calculate the anti-express coefficient?
- The odds of the selected markets should be used as a guide. As an example, the odds added to the betting market for Bayern's win over Dynamo Kyiv for 1.11 and Benfica's win over Barcelona for 2.9 make the final odds of the parlay 1.1 x 2.9 = 3.19.
- From the odds of a Parlay, the conditional probability of such a Parlay entering is calculated - one divided by the Parlay odds and this result multiplied by 100%. That is 1/3.19 x 100 = 31.34%.
- The resulting percentage of the conditional probability of hitting the parlay is subtracted from 100 per cent. It turns out 100 - 31.34 = 68.66%. This is the conditional probability of not coming of the express. And the anti-express entry.
- 100% divided by the probability of the no-show (the anti-express), this gives the expected odds of the anti-express. 100/68.66=1.45.
The 1xBet coupon shows odds of 1.38, which suggests either a bug or the addition of a second margin of 7%. This bookmaker has had similar things happen to the system, so extra margin for complex compound bets seems more likely to be the cause of the odds mismatch.
Return on an event in the odds anti-express
If one of the events is cancelled or returned, which is often the case for entire fora with totals, the odds for that market become one. Consequently, the anti-extra odds are calculated using 1 instead of the original market quotation. This increases (!) the Anti-express odds, but decreases the chances of its return - the return is not considered a lost market and is the basis for returning the entire Anti-express. The anti-express is calculated by the return only in the case of returns on all composite markets.
To receive a payout for an anti-express with a refund/rebuttal in the line-up, you still need at least 1 composite market to fail to go in, to lose. Alternatively, all events in the Anti-Match must be cancelled, in which case the bet will simply be refunded to the player's account.
Restrictions for anti-express
In addition to the minuscule total odds of the Anti-Match, which are close to one, several markets from the same roster or dependent markets are prohibited for selecting such a bet. An Anti-express can only be formed from markets of different matches, one market per game.
Example of an anti-express at 1xBet
The two single odds on Spartak's draw against Napoli and Monaco's win over Real Sociedad produce an anti-express with very paltry odds. This is because the odds for both markets are well above two - 6.3 and 3 respectively.
So let's look at an example of the second Anti-Match with a contrasting pair of odds on two markets. This is the most balanced variant of the anti-express, where the probability of it going in and the final odds reach acceptable values.
So, the two-event anti-express on Bayern and Benfica's Champions League wins at 1xBet has odds of 1.38, which takes into account the bookmaker's second margin. The notional betting amount is 1000 roubles.
Both teams win. The anti-express loses because it did not find a single market that did not go in. The player loses 1000 roubles - the betting amount.
"Bayern wins and Benfica draws with Barça. One of the markets - Benfica's win - does not come in, so the anti-express is played. Payout is 1000 x 1.38 rubles = 1380 rubles, where net winnings are 380 rubles (1380 - 1000).
"Bayern play to a draw and Benfica lose to Barcelona. Both markets fail to play, so the anti-match is in. The payout is still calculated by multiplying the bet amount by the odds of the anti-express. It will amount to 1380 roubles.
"Bayern draw and Benfica win. One of the markets - a Bayern win - did not go in, so the anti-express is played. The payout in any variant, apart from market returns, will be the same - 1380 roubles.
A Bayern Munich match against Dynamo Kyiv is cancelled, for example because of strong winds or heavy downpours, or because of an anti-welfare riot. The coefficient of this market becomes one. And Benfica plays a draw against Barça, which means the anti-express odds come in due to a lost market on Benfica's win. The anti-express odds have changed due to the replacement of 1.11 for Bayern with the return unit. It became 1.52 without the second bookmaker's margin. At 1xBet, it will probably be 1.45. The payout will be 1450 roubles (1000 x 1.45), and the net winnings will be 450 roubles (1450 - 1000).
"Bayern draw with Dynamo and the Benfica-Barcelona match is cancelled due to a storm from the Atlantic. The anti-express are deemed to have won due to a non-run of one market, a Bayern win. But the anti-Express odds have changed due to the replacement of Benfica's win odds from 2.9 to a return unit. It will be 10.98 without the bookmaker's second margin. At 1xBet, the final odds of the anti-express will be lower. Let's round it up roughly to 10. The payout will be 10000 rubles (1000 x 10), and the net winnings will be 9000 (10000 - 1000).
"Bayern win and Benfica's match is cancelled because of a raging ocean. The Anti-Express loses because one market matched and the other settled for a return. No market in this anti-express loses. A return does not count as a no-go. The player loses 1000 roubles - the amount of the bet. The same happens if Benfica wins and the Bayern vs Dynamo match is cancelled with a bet refund.
Features of anti-express betting
Anti betting odds also suffer from higher bookmaker margins than other composite bets. 1xBet's total odds for an anti-express bet are subject to extra margin, which is noticeable when comparing the calculated odds and the odds in the betting slip.
An Anti-Match of favourites, such as a grand slam or other highly probable margins, suffers the most from high margins. Therefore, this Anti-Markets variant with a bunch of favourite markets is markedly inferior to the other two, the Anti-Markets with average odds and with contrasting low and high odds. However, it will be a good way to entertain yourself while waiting for the misfires of the giants and your own shoals.
Balance the final odds and probability of success of the bet
In the anti-express, it is difficult not to let one of these two components slip badly. Often, either the odds are too low or the chances of losing a bet are frighteningly high. Higher margins add to the difficulty of balancing the anti-express. The easiest way to do this is by contrasting market quotes - low and high odds help to balance the bet more easily and make it more attractive.
Effect of return markets on odds and anti-express odds
High odds market returns increase the anti-express odds quite a bit. And returning markets with low odds will increase the total anti-extest odds by a small fraction.
Any comeback reduces the chance of success of the anti-express, the likelihood of receiving a payout for it, because a comeback event is not considered a loss.
Therefore, to increase the possible odds at the cost of increasing the risk of the entire bet, it is advisable to add markets of entire forwards (including 0) and totals with high odds to the Anti-Match. However, this is only valid if some other market in the Anti-Match with returns will not be played completely and the chances of that will decrease with every return. One return brings them down by half in a double anti-express.
Anti-express odds depend on the number of events
You need 1 or more unplayed markets for the Anti-Markets to win. Therefore, every Market added to the Anti-Markets, starting from 2, greatly reduces the Anti-Markets odds. The final betting odds depend on the number of markets - inversely.
The best final odds can be achieved in a two-event anti-express, and the odds can be balanced with the probability of success by a contrasting pairing of the odds of the two markets.
Psychological comfort of the anti-expressors
Betting on the condition of having to make a mistake can be fun. It's like playing against yourself. It can also be fun to think about sabotaging an express. And the emotions during matches can become more positive, lighter compared to cheering for the accomplishment of your predictions. Anti Expression betting is a great entertaining bet.
As with parlays, anti-express provide a useful way to insure that the last unplayed event does not fail the entire bet.
Unlike a Parlay, an Anti-Express allows insurance only to reduce the possible loss of a bet, to lose part of the amount instead of the entire betting denomination if the last event is a bad result.
An insurance order with the reverse of the remaining event market is selected individually.
Frequently asked questions about anti-express betting at 1xBet
Why isn't the odds of the 1xBet Anti-Assets opposite the odds of these markets?
Because the bookmaker's odds in both betting variants are 2, which means that in both cases the player cannot lose more than he has bet. In the case of an antikicker bet, the betting odds are severely undervalued because of this. And the bookmaker runs the risk of paying the jackpot winnings many times more than the bet amount. The antikicker betting odds are also affected by the betting firm's extra margin.
No multiple-market anti-express with high odds at 1xBet?
Their odds will be too close to one for such a bet to make sense. Even two events with odds heavily above a deuce may not make an anti-express bet because the odds are too low.
The payout for the 1xBet Anti-Axpress depends on which markets didn't go in?
No. It doesn't matter which markets in the Anti-Monster did not come true, as long as there is at least one such market. The antiestablishment will be considered a winning antiestablishment, and the payout is calculated according to the odds of the antiestablishment. Only the returns in the winning anti-express affect the payout.
Are returns beneficial as part of the anti-express?
Both yes and no. In terms of increasing the odds of a winning Anti-Match, yes, but the chance of success of the entire bet is reduced by the returns as part of it. It is possible to intentionally target returns, but there is little point in doing so, except for markets with high odds and the possibility of a return. However, the chance of a return in those is much less than the probability of such a market not going in, which would make the antiparlay a winning one.
Why is the anti-express odds at 1xBet lower than the calculated odds?
Complex compound betting odds take into account the added margin of the bookmakers, which is added to the bookmaker's original margin on the individual markets. This is like an extra commission for special types of betting. Perhaps that is why 1xBet does not have a systems and anti-express calculator.
Should the anti-express be picked up in 1xBet's potentially failing markets?
In general, yes, but those vulnerable and potentially losing markets must also be clearly favourites. Finding a bad condition in a market with undervalued odds whose probability of not going is greater than that reflected in the odds is useful for the anti-express.
Is the Anti-Axpress only with markets that have come true and returns considered lost at 1xBet?
Yes. And at any other bookmaker's office, too. The tricky thing about returns in relation to the anti-express is that they are not a market failure, a market condition failure. It is precisely parity, the basis for refunds and the cancellation of the bet.