Rob’s Vocabulary

21.07.2022 | 5 min

Every day we get asked by customers about specific terms of betting. What does Draw No Bet, handicap, or ACCA ticket mean? We have therefore decided to create a vocabulary of terms for our customers.

Moneyline (ML)

It is a bet on which team will win a game.

Draw No Bet 

Your team must win. If the match ends in a draw, your stake will be returned.


Handicap betting provides one team with a goal disadvantage (-0.5, 1.5, ...) or advantage (+0.5, +1.5, ...). The value of the handicap is added or subtracted from the final result. For a bet to be successful, the team or player must be able to overcome the handicap. For more information, watch our explainer video HERE.


You bet on single a game.

ACCA/Combo/Parlay/Multiple Bet

Two or more selections on one ticket. For winning an ACCA bet, all your tips need to win. If at least one of them loses, you lose the entire wager. 

Cash Out

Cash Out allows sports bettors the opportunity to get paid for a wager before the result of the event is complete. Cash out is convenient in the case of a good offer from a betting office. We offer it in LIVE bets as part of our services in Rob's and ALL IN membership.

Double Bet (Double Chance)

Two different selections bundled into one bet.


MoneyManagement is a wager amount recommendation for specific tips and tickets so that the profitability is as high as possible and the risk of losing the bank in the event of a failed betting period is eliminated as much as possible.


Anyone who wants to start betting should have money set aside for bets that will not limit them. This money is called a bank.

Yield (ROI)

Success – profitability of the bank for a certain period.

You can look forward to a more sophisticated vocabulary in our forthcoming book about betting, investment, and internal motivation.

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