A win reverse bet is very similar to an action reverse bet. An action reverse bet is two or more if bets that structure multiple individual bets in a causal sequence. In an if bet, if the initial line or wager wins, the next bet in the sequence is automatically placed. If the initial line or wager loses, no additional bets are placed. A reverse bet consists of multiple overlapping if bets.
Win Reverse Bets vs. Action Reverse Bets
The difference between a win reverse bet and an action reverse bet is how pushes are handled. A push is when a particular line or wager has no action.
A line or wager has no action when:
In a win reverse bet, the initial wagers within the if bets must have action AND win. If the first game is graded as no action, the secondary bet is not placed.
In an action reverse bet, the secondary wagers of the if bets are automatically placed if the initial bets have no action.
The difference means that action reverse bets ensure the second game is bet if the first game had no effect. If the reason you are using reverse bets is to manage your bankroll, you may prefer win reverse bets, because the only scenario in which a second bet is placed is if you have already profited from the first.
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