A Draw No Bet is a bet where you will get your stake back in the event of a tie. The literal translation is a tie, no bet. Almost all bookmakers offer the DNB betting option for football betting, and you will see that it often comes in handy. The most significant advantage you get with the Draw No Bet market is that you can only lose the bet with one result, and that is a draw. And then there is the Double Chance – a bet very similar to Draw No Bet. The agreement is that with these bets, you can limit the risk of loss. But what are the differences between Draw No Bet and Double Chance, and which one should you choose? A DSO can also have consequences for the total odd of an Acca. Read on, because we’ll explain it all to you.
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