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Understanding How the “Time Slice” Betting Market Works

Among the many different sports betting options, one of the most intriguing is betting based on “time slices” or “minute intervals,” as can be found on some websites. This type of bet is not available on all sites but can be a fun alternative.

How Does It Work?

The idea behind this type of bet is to divide a football match into time segments, usually every 10 or 15 minutes, and place bets on these periods. Depending on the chosen bookmaker, you can bet on the result, over/under, or a specific team’s goal within the selected time intervals.

This is easier to understand with examples. You can bet on which team will be winning the game between the 00 to 15 minutes of the game, or from 15 to 30 minutes, and so on. Another alternative is to bet that at least one goal will be scored between the 45 to 60 minutes, or that this specific period of the game will end without goals.

There is also the option to bet on just one of the teams, predicting that the home or away team will score their first goal before x minutes. The same bet can be placed on the game overall, predicting that the first goal of the match will happen before or after a minute defined by the betting site.

Advantages and Disadvantages

As with any sports betting market, options for time intervals are based on the risk and reward relationship. This type of bet has higher odds than a traditional over/under bet but also has a lower probability of success, as it requires an accurate prediction of the time variable. One of the advantages is that the bet is resolved in less time, not requiring you to wait for the entire game to conclude, just the period you bet on.

This type of line requires research and advanced knowledge of a team or league. For example, one option could be betting on a team that tends to use an aggressive strategy at the beginning of the game, putting pressure on the opponent. Another example would be a team with a good coach who generally makes good adjustments and/or substitutions at halftime, managing to score a goal at the start of the second half.