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mikew
26 Nov 19 15:59
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This probably sounds a very simple, elementary query but right at the moment my brain seems to have gone into reverse.  If I lay for example draw/away does this pay out if just one event (draw or away) does not occur or do both have to go down ie a home win?  Can somebody please put my scrambled brain to rest.  Many thanks.

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peckerdunne
When: 26 Nov 19 17:11
The backer is backing draw f/h away win s/h, so he must get both outcomes correct to win.
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mikew
When: 26 Nov 19 19:20
Cheers peckerdunne.  That now makes sense.
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Charlie
When: 26 Nov 19 19:22
mikew
This probably sounds a very simple, elementary query but right at the moment my brain seems to have gone into reverse.  If I lay for example draw/away does this pay out if just one event (draw or away) does not occur or do both have to go down ie a home win?  Can somebody please put my scrambled brain to rest.  Many thanks.

I think you have confused yourself. If you lay draw/away then you are laying the draw and the away team to win so, yes, the home team have to win for you to win.
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peckerdunne
When: 26 Nov 19 19:29
So Charles you and i are talking different markets if it's not f/h s/h as i was unaware of the one you speak of, but i do understand the difference off course.

I never look at or bet those.
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Charlie
When: 26 Nov 19 19:29
I don't understand the need for this market by the way.
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