Betting A-Z: T – The Ultimate Encyclopaedia for All Your Betting Needs
Table: A surface used for playing games, such as card games, board games, or casino games.
Tactic: A strategy or plan of action used to achieve a specific goal, often in a competitive or challenging situation.
Tactics: The set of strategies or plans of action used by a team or individual to achieve a specific goal, often in a competitive or challenging situation.
Target: A specific outcome or objective that a bettor or team is aiming to achieve. Can also refer to the specific team or player that a bettor is betting on.
Team: A group of individuals who work together to achieve a common goal, often in a competitive or challenging environment.
Technique: A specific method or approach used to achieve a desired outcome, often in a physical or skill-based activity such as sports or games.
Televised: Refers to a sports event that is being broadcast on television for viewers to watch.
Tennis: A sport in which two or four players use rackets to hit a ball back and forth over a net, with the goal of making the ball land in the opponent’s court.
Termination: The ending or conclusion of a betting contract or agreement, often due to the occurrence of a specific event or outcome.
Terms: The specific conditions, rules, or requirements that apply to a betting contract or agreement between two parties.
Test: A sporting event or match played between two teams or individuals to determine skill or ability.
Texas hold’em: A popular form of poker in which each player is dealt two cards face down and then shares five community cards with the other players, with the goal of creating the best possible five-card hand.
Text: Refers to information, data, or content that is communicated through written or digital means.
Third quarter: In sports such as football or basketball, the period of play that occurs after the first half and before the final quarter.
Three-bet: A type of bet in poker in which a player makes a third bet after two previous bets have already been made.
Ticket: A physical or digital document that serves as proof of a bet or wager placed by a bettor.
Tie: A situation in which the outcome of a sports event or game results in a draw or a dead heat, with no clear winner.
Time: Refers to the duration of a sporting event or match, often broken down into specific periods or time intervals.
Time of possession: In sports such as football, the amount of time that a team has possession of the ball during a game.
Timed bet: A type of bet in which a bettor predicts the time at which a specific event or outcome will occur during a sporting event.
Tip: Information or advice provided by a bettor, handicapper, or expert on a specific event or outcome in a sporting event.
Tipping: The act of providing tips or advice to other bettors or handicappers on specific events or outcomes in a sporting event.
To win: Refers to the outcome of a bet or wager in which the bettor correctly predicts the winner of a specific event or match.
Top scorer: Refers to the player who scores the most points or goals during a specific event.
Total: In sports betting, the total refers to the number of points or goals scored by both teams combined. Bettors can wager on whether the total will be over or under a certain number set by the sportsbook.
Total goals: In soccer betting, total goals refer to the number of goals scored in a game. Bettors can wager on whether the total goals will be over or under a certain number set by the sportsbook.
Tote: The Tote is a bookmaker that pools all the bets together and divides the winnings amongst the winners after deducting their commission.
Touchdown: In American football, a touchdown occurs when a player advances the ball into the opponent’s end zone. It is worth six points and is the primary way to score in the sport.
Touchline: The touchline is the line that marks the boundary of the playing area in sports such as soccer, rugby, and field hockey.
Tournament: A tournament is a competition in which teams or individuals compete against each other to determine a winner.
Track: In horse racing, the track is the oval course on which the horses race. Different tracks have different surfaces and configurations, which can affect the performance of the horses.
Track conditions: Track conditions refer to the state of the racing surface in horse racing. Conditions can be affected by weather, maintenance, and other factors, and can have a significant impact on the outcome of races.
Trader: A trader is a person who buys and sells securities or commodities in financial markets with the aim of making a profit.
Trading: Trading refers to buying and selling securities or commodities in financial markets with the aim of making a profit.
Traditional odds: Traditional odds refer to the odds format that is commonly used in the United Kingdom and other parts of Europe. They are expressed as fractions (e.g., 2/1) or decimals (e.g., 3.0).
Trainer: In horse racing, a trainer is responsible for conditioning and preparing horses for races.
Training: Training refers to the process of conditioning and preparing athletes or horses for competition.
Transfer: In sports, a transfer occurs when a player moves from one team to another. Transfers usually involve a transfer fee that is paid by the buying team to the selling team.
Trap: In greyhound racing, a trap is the starting box from which a greyhound begins the race.
Treble: A treble is a bet that involves three selections, all of which must win for the bettor to receive a payout.
Triple crown: In horse racing, the Triple Crown is a title awarded to a three-year-old horse that wins the Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes, and Belmont Stakes in the same year.
True odds: True odds refer to the actual mathematical probability of an event occurring, as opposed to the odds set by a bookmaker.
Trump: In card games, the trump is a suit that is designated as more powerful than the others for the duration of the game.
Turnover: In sports betting, turnover refers to the total amount of money that is wagered on a particular market or event.
Two-handed: In some sports, such as snooker, players may be required to play shots with two hands on the cue.
Two-up: Two-up is a traditional Australian gambling game that involves tossing two coins and betting on the outcome.
Two-way: In sports betting, a two-way bet is a bet that has two possible outcomes, such as a win or a loss.