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Prother

Sporting events

Reported by Prother | May 15th, 2019 @ 01:01 PM

I have always been interested in sporting events. How to calculate the coefficient of the game? The basis of the formulation of the coefficient is the assertion that the probability of an event can vary from 1 to 0, that is, any event cannot exactly take place (0%) and it can happen with a 100% probability. If we consider this statement through a prism, for example, an ordinary football match, then we can confidently say that any game has three possible outcomes: it can end in a draw or victory of one of two teams (in the sum, the possibility of such options is 1 or 100%). To derive the coefficient, you just need to calculate how the particular match will end. How did I know all this? Just took advantage https://www.mightytips.com

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