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What is the “All Placed Kicks To Count” market?

All Placed Kicks To Count

This market allows the punter to bet on whether a team will win their game should all placed kicks (penalties and conversions) be scored in the game, even if the kicks are missed.  Therefore all placed kicks are automatically award points to the teams score.

There are two options here.  You can bet on the Outright result, or the Handicap result.
If the Sharks are playing the Lions:

Here are the market options for the All Placed Kicks To Count (Outright) option:

Here are the market options for the All Placed Kicks to Count (Handicap) option:
Sharks (-6)
Lions (+6)

It’s important to remember that even if placed kicks are not converted, the points are still awarded to the team who attempted the kick. Please note that drop goal attempts do not count. Penalties are equivalent to 3 points, and Try Conversions are equivalent to 2 points.

Here’s a match scenario.  The final score is Sharks 15-10 Lions.  The Sharks missed all 3 conversions and one penalty. The Lions missed two penalties.  Therefore 3 conversions = 6 points, and one penalty (3 points), means we add 9 points to the Sharks score, and 6 points to the Lions score.

Therefore the score is no longer 15-10.  The score is now Sharks 24-16 Lions.

Therefore the winning market here is still the Sharks for the outright.  However for the handicap, the winning market is the Sharks (-6).  Because if you took 6 points off the Sharks score, they still win the game 18-16. For more info on handicap betting, read here!

Here is another scenario.

The end score is Sharks 22-22 Lions. However the Sharks missed 2 conversions, and the Lions missed 2 penalties.

The score now becomes Sharks 26-28 Lions.  The Lions will now win the game on the All Placed Kicks to count market (outright). They would still win on the handicap.

To find these markets, go to the rugby match you want to bet on, and click on the All Placed Kicks to Count market.  You will see both options there for the outright and the handicap.

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