An Anti-Axpress is the opposite of a Parlay. A Parlay wins if all bets pass, and an Anti-Axpress if at least one bet fails. Only one legal bookmaker offers this type of betting – parimatch pk.

We bet on Chelsea, Tottenham and Liverpool to win. We need at least one of these teams to lose or draw for the Anti-Axpress to work.

## What bets you can use to build the Anti-Axpress.

Any of them, that are in the line. The choice is big – you can bet on the winner, handicaps, totals, yellow cards, exact score.

## How many matches you can bet in Anti-Axpress?

As many as you like. But remember, the more events in the Anti-Match, the higher the probability that at least one event will not pass, and thus the lower the odds. It is optimal to include two or three events in the bet.

## How the anti-extras betting odds are calculated

According to the formula:

- 100% ÷ (100% – (100% / odds ratio))

This is how the net coefficient is calculated. Keep in mind that in the end it will be 3-11% less because the bookmaker will deduct his margin.

## Let’s look at an example

We have chosen three events:

- Sevilla victory over Real Madrid at odds of 2.50
- Newcastle defeat Manchester City at odds of 3.50
- Victory of Ufa over Zenit at odds of 2.50

To calculate the total odds of the Anti-Match, we first calculate the total odds of the Parlay by multiplying the odds:

- 2.5 × 3.5 × 2.5 = 21.87

After that determine the probability of passing the express – divide 100% by the odds:

- 100 ÷ 21.87 = 4.57%

Now we calculate the probability of antiestablishment out of the same bets – it is inverse to the probability of the express passage:

- 100% – 4.57% = 95.43%

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Let’s convert percentage to odds – let’s divide 100% by the probability of antitesting in percent:

- 100 ÷ 95.43 = 1.04

1.04 is the coefficient of the antiexpress of three events without the bookmaker’s margin.