Penalty card bets and certain things to keep in mind
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In the world of football betting, there are many different types of bets available on betting apps, such as Over/Under, traditional, corner, etc., and one intriguing option is penalty cards. Betting on penalty cards can be considered challenging as it heavily relies on chance. Often, players are drawn to penalty card bets out of curiosity or to try something new.

However, with a clear understanding of how penalty cards work and the necessary experience, this type of bet can be profitable. In this article, the betting guide will provide insights to help you better understand penalty card bets and gain more experience in playing them on your betting app.

                              Definition of "penalty card bet"

First of all, let's briefly introduce penalty card bets in football betting. This is a type of bet that allows you to wager on the number of yellow and red cards in a match for each team. The yellow card and red card handicaps will also have the team on top and the team on the bottom, according to the handicap set by the football bookmaker on the odds table. The bets are calculated based on the result of the penalty cards after the official 90 minutes of the match. In addition to Over/Under and an odd number of penalty cards, first and last card bets are also available.

                             Some rules to remember

There are some rules in penalty card bets that you need to keep in mind. For example, yellow or red cards must be issued by the referee only within the field of play (cards issued by coaches or substitute players will not be included in the final calculation results). Also, a yellow card counts as 1 point, and a red card counts as 2 points. Based on the above scoring system, players will calculate the total score of the match.

Here's an example to make it easier for you to understand: In the match between Team A and Team B, if player 1 on the Team A side receives 1 yellow card in the first half, the corresponding score is 1 point. Moving on to the second half, player 2 on the Team A side also receives a yellow card; the corresponding score is still 1 point, but the total number of points for Team A will be 2 points due to the accumulation of 1 point that player 1 created in the first half. On the Team B side, a player receives a direct red card, which corresponds to 2 points, so Team B's score is also 2 points.

In another case, if player 1 receives a yellow card in the first half, and in the second half, he receives another yellow card along with a red card, then the total number of points that has been created is 3 (1 yellow card + 1 red card). This is a feature that needs to be noted the most and can confuse players.

In summary, the scoring system is as follows: 1 yellow card = 1 point, 1 red card = 2 points, and in the case of 2 yellow cards, it counts as 3 points.

          Factors determining the outcome of penalty card bets

There are several factors that can influence the outcome of a penalty card bet, such as the importance of the match, the aggressiveness of the players, the defensive tactics of each team, etc. However, these factors are not the main determinants of the outcome of penalty card bets. On the contrary, the most crucial factor to pay attention to when playing a penalty card bet is the name of the referee. The referee's character and tendencies are key factors in determining whether a match will have many cards or not.

In a thrilling and classic match, it is likely that an lenient referee will allow many collisions without issuing a card. On the contrary, for some referees with a penchant for discipline, just one situation of dribbling can lead to a red card like the legendary red card. In addition, a strict referee can sometimes punish a player for his attitude, not the foul. So, it is very important to pay attention to who is the referee if you play penalty cards.

Before you drop money, you need to find out who is the main referee of the game. review the statistics of the referee to see if he tends to issue more cards or vice versa. In addition, if possible, find out about the personality of the referee because that will partly determine the number of cards.