What does Half-Time/Full-Time mean?
Half-Time/Full-Time refers to the results at both half-time and full-time of a sporting contest, also known as a Double Result market. This market splits the outcome into two halves, with the result of each half needed to happen for it to win. This is a common market in soccer so we will use a soccer example. Given the three outcomes of Win, Draw or Loss for each half, the types of markets within Half-Time/Full-Time are Win/Win, Win/Draw, Win/Loss, Draw/Loss, Draw/Draw, Draw/Win, Loss/Loss, Loss/Draw and Loss/Win. Win/Loss means a team has to win the first half and go on to lose the match. Win/Win means the team has to be winning at half-time and go on to win the match, but not necessarily win the second half. For example, if Team A leads 4-0 at the break and goes on to win 4-2, they have lost the second half but still won in the Win/Win market.