The Draw No Bet market is widely used and recognised across the wide world of betting.
A couple of the keys towards its popularity is that it’s simple to use and offers punters some insurance if their selections fail to come off.
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How Does Draw No Bet Work?
This market works by removing the possibility of the draw and letting you select the home win or the away win. So basically if the team you pick wins, you win. But if they can only muster a draw, you get your stake refunded, which makes it good for situations when you’re pretty sure but not entirely certain your team will win and when backing an underdog.
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It can also save you against losing when bad luck occurs like a dodgy refereeing decision or when your team concedes a wicked late goal to lose. In addition, it’s also a great option for lower scoring leagues, where many draws tend to occur, and when your chosen team is playing against a side who typically are an excellent defensive outfit.
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The obvious downside attached to this form of betting comes from the lower odds you’ll be offered, but it’s not a bad trade off in certain scenarios when you’re after some extra security.
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With so many football matches ending in a draw and games decided by such fine margins, using this market gives you that little bit of additional safety when placing your bets.
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