Handicap Bet: HC, HC1, HCX, HC2

Handicap betting adds virtual points/goals to one side or the other before the actual event. A handicap is usually given to provide the considered weaker team with an advantage. HC is the short term or the identifier of a handicap bet. Next to a handicap you find the number of points/goals given to one of the two teams, e.g. 0:1. This means that the away team will get an advantage of one goal. In this example the home team is the handicapped team and the away team gets the advantage. The handicap is added to the final result.

HC1 means you place a handicap bet on the home team.

HCX means you place a handicap bet on a draw.

HC2 means you place a handicap bet on the away team.

For example: You place an HC2 bet with the handicap 0:1

If the actual match finishes with a score of 0:1, the handicap bet will result in 0:2. Your HC2 bet will win in this case.

If the actual match finishes with a score of 2:1, the handicap bet will result in 2:2. Your HC2 bet will lose in this case.

If the actual match finishes with a score of 2:0, the handicap bet will result in 2:1. Your HC2 bet will lose in this case.

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