A PK or pick’em in soccer betting is essentially a point spread in which neither team is getting any points. It’s also sometimes shown as +0 or -0. If the team you bet at a PK wins, you win your bet. If the match ends in a draw, your bet is refunded, because it’s considered a push at +0 or -0 on the spread. (Spread betting is about the margin of victory; if you bet a team at +1, you’d win your bet if the match ends in a draw, and push if your team loses by one goal).
What does PK mean in betting? PK is short for pick'em, pk’em, or pick. Pk'em happens when both teams are graded by the oddsmakers to be even in strength -- there's no clear favorite.
pk for home team means : draw or home team wins u win, away team wins u loose after loosing some money with PK u ll learn this goodluck not sure where you have the bets graded like that but it ...
What is PK Soccer Betting? PK does not mean penalty kick no! PK or pick’em in soccer betting is a point spread in which neither team is getting points. This is considered the safest betting strategy that can protect you from unpredictable results. Sometimes online betting sites show it as +0 or -0.
pk = draw is a push - england wins you win at line given. +.5 is england gets a half a goal meaning you win if they tie or win same goes for france on the reverse side.
PK simply means that neither team is the favorite nor the underdog, so the point spread is zero. Whenever you place a PK bet, you are essentially wagering on one team or the other to emerge victorious regardless of the winning margin.
What is PK in Sports Betting? PK is short for Pick ’em or Pick. If you see this on an NFL betting line, it means that the game is largely considered to be even.
The most common betting line for a point spread is -110. A -110 line on either side is like paying a tax or commission to the sportsbook. Bettors would pay 10 percent (aka juice) to the sportsbook, which is essentially a fee for brokering the wager. So, the -110 indicates that a bettor must risk $110 to win $100.