Sports betting system is a compromise between risky accumulator bets and “reliable” single bets. The simplest type of bet in the system is two out of three (written as 2/3). Let us analyze how to set the system and how the bookmaker calculates the winnings on it.
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What is a betting system?
A system in sports betting is a combined bet consisting of accumulators. The dimension of the system is described by two numbers. For example, a 2/3 system (reads “two out of three”). The second number (denominator) is the number of accumulators in the system. The first number is the number of picks in each accumulator. That is, in the example of a 2 out of 3 system, the number of accumulator combinations is three, with each combination consisting of two selections (bets).
Let’s consider an example of a bet on a system. We have three matches.
Three accumulators can be assembled from them, if each has two choices:
- outcome of the first match + outcome of the second match,
- outcome of the second match + outcome of the third match,
- outcome of the first match + outcome of the third match.
In the 2/3 system, all three multiples are combined into one bet. In this case, the amount of the bet on the system is conditionally divided equally between the accumulators.
Advantages and disadvantages of the betting system
The advantage of the system over other types of bets lies in the format itself – in order to win, at least one combination must win. But the system also has obvious drawbacks:
- bookmakers limit the size of the bet on the system,
- some bookmakers limit the size of the maximum odds of the system, and also set the minimum odds for the events included in the system,
- not all bookmakers offer a betting option by the system.
A system bet is a combination of accumulatorts, which leaves a second chance even if some of the outcomes are lost. The risk in combined bets is significantly higher than in single bets, but the reward is also higher. Start with a two out of three (2/3) system at the bookmaker, and then move on to more complex bets.