Betting A-Z: V – The Ultimate Encyclopaedia for All Your Betting Needs
Value Bet Analysis: The process of evaluating the worth or probability of a bet winning to determine if it is a value bet.
Value Bet Calculator: A tool used to calculate the potential value of a bet based on the odds and probability of winning.
Value Bet Finder: A software or tool that helps to identify value bets from a range of bookmakers.
Value Bet Prediction: A forecast of the potential value of a bet based on analysis of relevant factors.
Value Bet Rating: A score given to a bet indicating the level of value it offers.
Value Bet Record: A record of value bets placed and the results of each bet.
Value Bet Signal: An alert or notification that a bet has been identified as a value bet.
Value Bet System: A strategy or system for identifying and placing value bets.
Value Betting: The act of placing bets that offer value over the long term.
Value Betting Service: A paid service that provides information and advice on value bets.
Value Betting Software: A software that helps to identify value bets and provides relevant information and statistics.
Value Betting Strategy: A set of rules and guidelines for identifying and placing value bets.
Value Handicapping: The process of identifying value bets in horse racing by analyzing factors such as form, class, and track conditions.
Value Investing: The practice of identifying undervalued assets and investing in them for long-term gain.
Value Line: The odds or point spread set by a bookmaker based on the worth or probability of a bet winning.
Value Odds: The odds offered by a bookmaker that represent the estimated probability of a bet winning.
Value Selections: Bets that offer value in terms of odds or probability of winning.
Value Trap: A bet that appears to offer value but is actually a losing proposition.
Vanity Bet: A bet placed for the purpose of showing off or impressing others.
Variance: The degree of deviation from expected outcomes in a series of bets.
Vegas Odds: The odds offered by bookmakers in Las Vegas, known for their accuracy and reliability.
Video Bingo: A game of chance similar to traditional bingo played on a video screen.
Video Gaming Machines: Electronic gaming machines that offer a variety of games such as slots, video poker, and keno.
Video Poker: A casino game that uses video screens to simulate the play of traditional poker.
Vig: Short for vigorish, the commission or fee charged by bookmakers on bets.
Vigorish Margin: The difference between the true odds of an event and the odds offered by a bookmaker, representing the bookmaker’s profit.
Vigorish Rate: The percentage of a bet taken by the bookmaker as commission or fee.
Virtual Football: A simulated version of football that allows betting on virtual matches and leagues.
Virtual Horse Racing: A simulated version of horse racing that allows betting on virtual races.
Virtual Sports: Simulated versions of various sports that allow for virtual sports betting.
Virtual Sports Betting: A type of sports betting that involves betting on the outcome of simulated sports events.
Virtual Sports League: A league or competition consisting of simulated sports events for virtual sports betting.
Void Bet: A bet that is canceled or voided by a bookmaker for various reasons, such as a change in the event or a technical issue.
Void Race: A horse race that has been declared invalid by the racing authorities, usually due to an irregularity or unfairness in the race.
Voodoo Betting System: A betting system that uses superstitious or mystical beliefs to predict the outcome of a sporting event. Such systems are not based on statistical analysis or sound betting principles and are generally considered unreliable.
Voucher: A document or ticket that represents a specified monetary value and can be redeemed for goods or services. In the context of betting, a voucher may be used to claim winnings or as a form of payment for bets placed.
Vulture: A person who waits for an opportunity to take advantage of others, often by exploiting weaknesses or vulnerabilities. In the context of betting, a vulture may be someone who seeks out and takes advantage of mispriced or undervalued bets, often at the expense of others.