Asian corner bookies. Please advise

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Asian corner bookies. Please advise

Postby Seanctips » Wed Mar 14, 2018 11:50 pm

Can anyone tell me of another bookie besides bet365 which offers Asian corners betting inplay. Not Asian Handicap or over/unders. Simply Asian corners. Any help greatly appreciated, thank you :win:

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Re: Asian corner bookies. Please advise

Postby monkeytennis » Wed Jun 06, 2018 11:00 am

I haven't seen anywhere else offering Asian corners but Betfair Sportsbook seem to offer the best selection of corner markets other than bet365 so it might be worth trying them for a similar market.

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Re: Asian corner bookies. Please advise

Postby nors » Fri Jun 08, 2018 11:43 am

I think Davidg3907 is the corners expert, he should be able to help the debate.

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Re: Asian corner bookies. Please advise

Postby monkeytennis » Wed Jun 13, 2018 10:14 am

I've just noticed that both NetBet and 10 Bet have both Asian Handicap corners and Asian Handicap corners (1st half) (plus loads of other Asian Handicap markets for the World Cup matches. They both have the same odds feed so you'll find exactly the same prices and markets on both.

Hope this helps!

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Re: Asian corner bookies. Please advise

Postby davidg3907 » Wed Jun 13, 2018 8:08 pm

Total Corners is a fairly common market. With several bookies adopting different ranges, and often more than one, this is as close as I can get to an alternative to "Asian Corners" in many cases.

However, it is far from ideal.

Betfair offers limited opportunities. If covering this market at all on any given match, it would be only televised matches and excluding lower leagues.

More firms are posting live streams (or graphics) BUT the time lapse was different by about 6 seconds as I watched a couple of weeks ago. As this feature becomes more widespread among the major players, I would expect Bet Victor, Paddy Power, Ladbrokes, Hills, and possibly others to follow suit and issue in-play odds on more than the basic markets.

Predicting a timescale for it to become commonplace is another matter.
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Re: Asian corner bookies. Please advise

Postby nors » Fri Jun 15, 2018 7:46 am

"Predicting a timescale for it to become commonplace is another matter."

I think after the World Cup, we are going to see an expansion as the bookies start adding even more "niche" markets.

These smaller markets can give the bookies bigger margins, you can see by the specials they have during this World Cup that they are expanding coverage.

If there is a niche market that you like, please add it in your bookie review, as we want to highlight where they are different from others.

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