Chain in 1xBet
- Betting a chain at 1xBet
- Comparison of a chain with singles, expresses and systems
- Restrictions for chains
- Payout for the chain
- Features of chain betting at 1xBet
- Assigning bets by chain
- Frequently asked questions about chain betting at 1xBet
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When choosing betting options at a bookmaker's office, some players must have wondered, what is a chain at 1xBet? This composite type of betting has several names, and 1xbet uses the clearest one.
A chain is a number of singles placed by the bettor in a sequence of his choice. The wager on a chain will be the par value of the wager of each successive order if the first one wins. If the first event in the chain does not come in, the entire bet loses. The chain is wagered from its own bank account, which changes after each following single bet is drawn.
Betting a chain at 1xBet
To place a betting chain at the 1xBet bookmaker's office, you need to select the single bets that make it up. Ordinary single markets can be added to the betting line directly on the home screen, from the hot offers of top matches by going to line or live through the left-hand column, directly in the LINE and LIVE sections, as well as in the specialised CIBERSPORT section.
The most balanced chains consist of 3-5 events with odds of at least two. As an example, consider a chain of four Champions League matches.
Markets can be added to the coupon in the desired sequence for a chain, so you won't need to change it afterwards. However, you will still be asked to decide on the order in which the order of the singles will follow each other. This is the most important aspect of the chain, the links of which are not calculated by the end time of their matches, but in the sequence chosen by the player.
Example of a chain bet at 1xBet
- A conditional chain will consist of 4 events with high odds.
- The opening odds in the chain are 1000 roubles for a draw between Manchester City and PSG at odds of 3.9.
- The next link in the chain would be a draw between Juventus and Chelsea for 3.6.
- Next up in the chain is a draw between Red Bull and Lille with a 3.8 quote.
- Rounding out the chain is Shakhtar's win over Inter for 5.8.
- The order in which the ordinaries are added to the coupon is simply agreed upon by confirming this sequence for the chain.
- The chosen betting amount of 1000 roubles will become the starting bank of the chain, which in 1xBet is called the chain account.
PSG defeats Manchester City 0-1, which causes the first link in the chain to lose, leaving 0 roubles in the chain account, the bet does not go in. The results of the following links in the chain after losing the first event do not matter for the fate of the bet.
"Manchester City and PSG play to a 0-0 draw, so the first link in the chain is calculated as 1000 roubles (bet amount, aka the base value of the chain) x 3.9 = payment of 3900 roubles, which becomes the chain bank before moving on to the second link.
"Juventus" loses to "Chelsea" with a score of 1-2, as a result the face value of the next chain link of 1000 rubles is burned, multiplying by zero, i.e. from the chain bank of 3900 rubles this 1000 face value of the losing 2nd chain link is deducted, the original bet amount. The chain's account remains at 3900-1000=2900 roubles.
"Red Bull beat Lille 3-2, which means that the bet of the chain link of 1000 roubles goes to the bookmaker, and 1900 roubles remains in the chain bank (2900-1000).
"Shakhtar" beats "Inter", and the face value of the fourth link in the chain of 1000 roubles is multiplied by 5.8 and gives a payout for the last link of 5800 roubles with a net win of 4800 roubles. To the intermediate bank of 1900 roubles is added 4800 roubles net winnings or to the intermediate chain bank without par value of the bet on the 4th link is added the whole sum of payment for it (900 + 5800), it depends on how it is more convenient to represent, giving in total 6700 final payment for the chain.
Comparison of a chain with singles, expresses and systems
The net profit of the chain with option 2 is 5700 roubles (6700-1000 roubles betting amount).
Separate orders of 250 roubles (1000/4) on these markets would bring 250x3.9 + 250x5.8 = 975 + 1450 = 2425 roubles.
A parlay of these markets would have lost completely with a total betting loss of 1000 roubles.
A 3 for 4 system would have lost completely, as none of its composite expresses would have scored. A 2 for 4 system would pay out 3770 roubles (1 of 6 of her multi bets will play, with a stake of 166.67 (1000/6) roubles and odds of 22.619).
A chain in the example with half of the winning links is more than twice as good as an order with the same bank. A Parlay and a system of four 3-set singles would have lost the betting amount. And a system of 6 x 2 events is much less profitable than a chain with the chosen number of links.
Restrictions for chains
At 1xBet and other bookmakers, you cannot add interconnected (where one outcome is included in several markets from different rosters), mutually exclusive markets and marts from the same roster to the system. The prohibitions for chains are similar to those for parlays and systems, as they are also composite bets.
An incorrectly made chain with mutually exclusive marquets will be doomed to inevitable losses, as will an express with a system, which is why responsible bookmakers do not allow them to be made. Nor do they allow one condition to be squeezed into multiple selections, even as part of a march.
Chain account balance for the next link
If there is less money left in the chain's bank after the next draw than was originally placed on it (and how much should be placed on each of the next orders), the next chain is drawn on the balance of the chain's account.
Payout for the chain
When the last link in the chain is calculated, the chain bank (the chain score) is paid out to the player. If the final chain bank is less than the bet amount, it is paid out. In such a case, there is no winnings and part of the bet amount is lost, but the other share is saved.
Features of chain betting at 1xBet
At this bookmaker's office, the chain in the coupon is the easiest to choose, no need to guess what else it might be called, for example at another bookmaker the chain is called "conditional betting".
The first link in the chain
The main link in every chain is the first, the importance of other links is inversely proportional to the order of their succession, i.e. the last links are the least important. And the coefficient and chances of winning for the first link of the chain depend not only on the fact of its "survival", but also on the insurance against failure of the following links.
Odds of the first two links being less than 2 are fraught with chain failure after losing the second and third events.
High odds on the first link can multiply the pot of a chain that can reach the last orders with particularly high odds, which are better pushed to the end of the sequence. It is therefore worth considering a chain as a betting option when finding a bullion market that will serve as a suitable first link.
Number of links in the chain
Stretching a chain longer than 3-5 events is not recommended. Chains do not suffer as much from a bloated array of marquets as do systems and expresses, but markets with high odds (suitable for a chain) do not come very often, so it is easy to lose the first successes of a chain by lengthening its draw. Timely profit taking for the chain is of paramount importance, as it must be determined in advance.
Often only a fraction of the original bet is left for the lengthened tail of the chain, which, even when multiplied by a successfully played high odds, will bring only a fraction of the potential winnings. "Straightening out" a short-run game with fixed amounts is less likely to be done manually, e.g. with the same singles.
The last links in the chain
Due to a certain maximum betting amount for each link equal to the amount of the original bet on the chain, it is possible to risk the orders with particularly high odds at the end of the chain with minimised probable losses.
If the start of the sequence proves successful, resulting in a multiplication of the chain bank, the loss of one or two denominations on the adventurous last links will not wipe out the winnings.
Assigning bets by chain
For serious betting, the chain is poorly suited. Its advantage of using a single pot for a series of singles does not outweigh the advantages of spot-betting single bets, which are made for decent amounts. When a handler will not be able to adjust the amounts of subsequent singles, it will not minimise losses or have any useful effect on the situation, nor will it build on success by increasing denominations or odds by forcing, overstating totals, etc.
A chain is a convenient betting option for amateur betting, when you can comfortably schedule the ordering of composite ordinaries. This is suitable for bedtimes/busy times. Choosing the first leg of the chain to be the event that ends later than the others can keep the bet relevant until the end of the game day, without dashing hope early.
Frequently asked questions about chain betting at 1xBet
How do I bet a chain at 1xBet?
You must decide on the single markets for the chain, then choose a sequence of links in the chain for them. Ordinaries will be calculated in the given order, changing the chain bank. For every successive single bet the same amount as the original bet will be bet. If the intermediate bank of the chain becomes zero, the chain loses. The final pot of the chain is paid out after the chain is drawn completely.
Why do I need a chain at 1xBet?
This is not a bad option for amateur, recreational betting. You can charge a sequence of singles in advance to play out the initial pot. It's like a miniature distance game. A chain is good for bedtime/not-ready-to-bet. A chain with the chronologically latest event as the first link remains relevant for the rest of the day's play and will bring excitement to the game.
What is a conditional bet, chain, chain-bet?
These are all names for the same relative new type of betting. Ordinaries selected for a chain are placed by the player in the correct order, played in that order, regardless of the end time of those games. A bet on a chain becomes the starting pot on which a series of singles is played. The condition of successive singles and their similarity to a chain gave the betting term to this type of betting.
Is a chain at 1xBet a variation of expresses and systems?
No. It is a type of odds betting, a composite bet made up of single markets played in a chosen order one after the other. A chain at 1xBet is ranked after doubles and systems in terms of popularity rather than substance. A conditional chain bet is closer to an order, although it insures risks like a system, allowing partial losses and gains. On this basis alone we can agree on the closeness of chains to systems.
Is it worth betting a chain at 1xBet?
Trying it out in practice will be useful to gain your own experience and better appreciate the features of such a bet. Chains are appropriate for casual betting with high odds, to extend the action to the end of all matches of interest, as a chance to swing for high winnings without the sudden collapse of a mid- or late-run failure. The chain is also suitable as a betting planner for overseas sports, which are played at night and in the morning on local time.
What is the best way to bet a chain at 1xBet?
From a small number of singles, the first of which will be at odds of at least 2. Selecting the first link in the chain is the most responsible, attractive overvalued markets are suitable for the start of the sequence. At the end of the chain it is best to leave the marquets with the highest odds.
What's good about a chain at 1xBet?
The fact that one initial betting amount can be used to charge a sequence of singles, for example by sorting the odds in ascending order from the beginning to the end. The chain does not allow the bettor to make any adjustments during the draw, which means you can sit back, relax and enjoy yourself. Or go to bed/work/rest.