Bet builder allows bettors to create customised bets by combining different selections from the same event
What Is A Bet Builder?
Bet builders are a relatively new feature offered by many bookmakers that allow customers to create their own unique bets by combining multiple selections from the same event. With bet builders, you can combine different markets or outcomes within a single game or event to create a single bet with custom odds.
To use a bet builder, you simply select the event you’re interested in, such as a football match, and then choose the bet builder option. You can then select the different outcomes you want to bet on, such as the result, first goal scorer, total goals, and so on. The odds for each selection are combined to give you a single overall price for your custom bet. So, instead of having to place multiple bets on different markets, you can create a single bet with all the outcomes you want to back.
It’s worth noting that not all bookmakers offer bet builders, and the availability of different markets and outcomes may vary between different operators. Additionally, bet builders often have certain restrictions or conditions attached, such as minimum or maximum stake limits, or only being available on certain events or markets.
Are Bet Builders The Same As Accumulators?
Bet builders and accumulators are both types of sports bets involving multiple outcomes, but they are not the same thing.
A bet builder allows you to create a customised bet by selecting multiple related outcomes from a single event. For example, in a football match, you might be able to bet on the number of goals, the number of yellow cards, and the number of corners, and combine them into a single bet.
An accumulator, on the other hand, is a type of bet where you combine multiple unrelated selections from different events into one bet. You can often include bet builder selections as part ofan accumulator.
The main similarity between bet builder and accumulator bets is that all of your selections must be correct to receieve a payout. Furthermore, the potential payout for both bet types is much higher than a single bet, as the risk is also higher. Essentially if one selection is incorrect, there will be no payout.
Recommendations For Bet Builders
When using bet builder, it’s wise to consider the interdependence of selections, as betting on unrelated outcomes might not make sense.
For instance, betting on one side to receieve a red card and to also win the game and score multiple goals could be unwise. Typically when a team receives red card they will not score many goals, because they’ll be at a disadvantage due to losing a player.
Instead, you might opt to focus on non-contradictory selections, such as predicting a team to score multiple goals, and to be awarded a penalty kick. This couldmake sense for a particularly attacking team that likes to dribble the ball into the penalty box at speed — often scoring goals or drawing fouls.
Pros & Cons of bet Builders
Bet builders offer greater customisation, convenience, flexibility, and potential payouts, but can also be more complex, higher risk, and subject to restrictions.
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