This market is similar to normal corner betting in so many ways except that there is a possibility of refund in this market. The refund, however, only happens under some special circumstances. This, therefore, means that this market offers players three options.
In the first one, the bettor gets the payout if he/she wins the bet. Two is a situation whereby the number of corners taken does not exceed the number that the punter thought will exceed but instead becomes exactly that number, then the punter is entitled to the refund.
The third and the last option here is the one whereby the punter loses the bet because the number of corners failed to hit the punter’s target.
The odds for normal corner betting and those of Asian total corners do have a notable difference. The ones for normal corner betting are slightly higher than those of Asian total corners. The latter, however, carries fewer risks compared to that of normal corner bets.
Asian corner bets can also be adjusted to fit only two options of either Over or Under a certain number. For example, a punter might bet on “Over 8.5” for Asian corners. That punter will only win the bet if the all the corners taken are above 8 goals meaning starting from 9 and above. He/she will lose the bet if the corners taken are 8 or less.
This market can also be split into “half-time Asian corner” and “full-time Asian corners” by the best bookies. Not all bookies do support this style but only the selected few. The odds for half-time corner bets is slightly higher than those of the full-time Asian corners.