Football 1X2 statistical spread reduction method allows you to increase the number of combinations that he can use for prediction football games final results.

This can be done by using double or triple (1X2 notation) prediction guess instead of only one.

For example:Instead of guessing only one option: home win /teko or home lost (1/X/2),

you can use more complex option like: double or triple notation.

You can use 1X notation to predict home win or Teko(Draw), or you can use 12 notations to predict home win or home lost.

1X2 statistical spread reduction method uses a sophisticated statistical calculation which allows you to reduce the number of your guess results columns, and thereby reducing the cost and risk at the expense of the possibility of one or more "pitch" (errors).

The term **"pitch"** represents the number of errors in the final guessing column in relation to yours original column.

For example: you can predict a football matches result by using double or triple statistical spread reduction program with a ratio of one fall that will cause a certain probability of one mistake in one of the final columns.

So if we have a base column with 8 football games,when we will perform a statistical spread reduction program with one fall.

We will find that:

For 100% we have 7 correct results and for the last 8 game we only have 12.5 %.

In other words the maximum correct result is based on the selected spread reduction ratio program.

There are other methods of statistical reducing that allow you to permit two or more **"pitch”**.

But at the end it's all about the Money that you select to risk.

Double guess shown in image are always presented as 1X,

Triples are always 1X2.

Instead of 1X notation you can place in a different notation format, such as: 12, X2 1X etc.

1X notation can be marked as X1 or 1X

#### 3 Double Spread Example

without reduction would get 8 different combinations(columns).

spread reduction method with ratio of 1:4 we will get 2 column

Prediction |
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X1 |

X1 |

X1 |

without reduction | |||||||
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1 | X | 1 | 1 | X | 1 | X | X |

1 | 1 | X | 1 | X | X | 1 | X |

1 | 1 | 1 | X | X | X | X | 1 |

reduction ratio 1:4 | |
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X | 1 |

1 | X |

X | 1 |