Full-time result betting is very popular and also easy to understand. It is simply betting on the full-time result of the game and the bettor can wager on any three outcomes which are Team A winning, Team B Winning of Team A and B playing a draw in the game.
As most of you know that soccer matches do end only once the 90th-minute mark is reached. Okay maybe plus so few added minutes which rarely go beyond 6 minutes. So, for a punter who bets or wants to bet on a Full-Time wager, he or she needs to understand that the bookies will only consider the results of the match or bet when the 90 minutes of the allocated football time elapses.
For a better understanding, I can use a simple football match between say FC Rubin Kazan (Russia) and Tottenham Hotspurs (England) as an example. If a punter decides to place his /she stake on FC Rubin Kazan to win on Full Time, he/she will get the payout as expected but only if that team wins within the 90 minutes. If Rubin Kazan also scores a winning goal at the added time, the punter will still be able to get the payout since world football body recognises the added time or minutes in a football match as part of the scheduled 90 minutes.
A punter will however not get any payout if none of the two teams fail to win within the 90 minutes but one of them proceeds to score or win at the extra time. No bookie in this universe will ever pay anyone for that. Not even the top bookmakers like bet365, Ladbrokes, Unibet, William Hill, Betvictor, and the rest can do that.
By now, I am sure you know what full-time results mean and so, therefore, you need to place that bet of yours with caution.