Betting strategy: corridors in betting on tennis
In betting on tennis, players use a variety of strategies. Some like to take risk and hoping for a miracle put singles at manifestative outsiders, others in search of good luck make up long express trains with huge odds and some rely solely on mathematical calculations. One strategy, based on this calculation, is called "the corridor".
Principle strategy entitled corridors in the betting is simultaneous bets on two different outcome of one event. Most often, the "corridor" applied in total betting and odds or matches involving the apparent favorite.
Examples of rate corridor in a large tennis
Consider the example of corridor with total.
The player must explore several bookmakers and to find the maximum odds for each outcome. Take a match between two players with approximately equal level of the game. The coefficient on TB 19.5 in the same office may be 1,9, TM 22,5 in another office – also a 1.9. Put on both for $50. For example, the result of a tennis match – 6:4, 6:4. Total is 20, played both bets. For each of the received bets $95, net gain is $190. In case you lose, one of the bets will definitely play the second bet. If total goals is less than 19,5 22,5 or more, the total loss will be minimal and will be $5.
Sample rate corridor at odds
A similar scheme can be used in the "corridors" with a handicap. For example, take a match between two players with a slight difference in the classroom. In one office, a ratio of winning favorite is 1.6. Thus on the positive handicap of the outsider other office gives a factor of 1.8. Put $60 to win of the first player and $40 on the positive handicap second, get the "corridor". The chances that will play both bets, is quite high, and in this case, the net gain will be $68.
Corridor in betting on the outcome of the match
Now consider the "corridor" with bets on the outcome of the match. For example, Andy Murray plays with Andreas Seppi. Murray is clear favorite; the maximum odds on him to win were 1.15. However, to exclude completely the possibility of the victory of Seppi also won’t. The probability of loss of Murray with the score 0:2 will be considered extremely low, therefore bet on a 1:2 maximum ratio 15. The total amount of bets as in the previous examples is $100. Distribute this amount as follows:
On P1 with a factor of 1.15 bid $93
At the account 1:2 with cal.15 put $7
If Murray wins on first bet get $106,95; the total net gain is $6,95. With the victory, Seppi with 2:1 payout on the second bet will be $105, and in the end, we get $5 net gain.
Thus, using the math and betting a few bookmakers, you can usually stay in the win finding a suitable corridor to betting on tennis.
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