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# Statistics abbreviations

Below you will find an explanations of our statistics abbreviations.

1. CSWD - current sequence without a draw

Explanation: The number of matches from the last draw.
Interpretation: The higher value of CSWD, the chances for a draw are theoretically greater. However, it's usually better to start a progression for a team with low value of CSWD.

2. HSWD - the highest sequence without a draw

Explanation: The number of matches for which you had to bet in order to end a draw progression. Minimal value of HSWD is 1.
Interpretation: The lower value the better.

3. SD - standard deviation of sequence without a draw

Explanation: The Standard Deviation is a measure of how spread out numbers are. It this case it measures how spread out are the sequences without a draw. To learn more about standard deviation go here.
Interpretation: The lower value of the SD, the sequences are more similiar to each other. Teams with low value of the SD have regular draws, but the SD does not tell how regular these draws are. You can not compare teams taking only the SD value.

4. CV - coefficient of variation of sequence without a draw

Explanation: It's a standard deviation divided by a mean sequence. It measures the relative regularity of sequences without a draw. You can find out more about the CV at this page.
Interpretation: The lower the value of the CV, the better. Low value means that a team has been drawing on a regular basis. You can usually assume that if the CV is lower than 80%, a team draws regularly. When the CV s lower than 50%, we have a team with very regular draws. You can compare the value of the CV between teams.

5. CSWD ht - current sequence without a draw to half-time

Explanation: The same as CSWD.

6. HSWD ht - highest sequence without a draw to half-time

Explanation: The same as HSWD.

7. LSWD - the last sequence without a draw

Explanation: The last sequence without a draw in the season.

8. LSWD ht - the last sequence without a draw to half-time

Explanation: The same as LSWD.

9. CSWU - current sequence without under

Explanation: The number of matches from the last result under specified line. Generally in football this line is 2.5 and in hockey it is 5.5 goals.

10. HSWU - highest sequence without under

Explanation: The number of matches for which you had to bet in order to end a progression for the result under specified line. Minimal value of HSWU is 1.

11. CSWO - current sequence without over

Explanation: The number of matches from the last result over specified line.

12. HSWO - highest sequence without over

Explanation: The number of matches for which you had to bet in order to end a progression for the result over specified line. Minimal value of HSWO is 1.

13. CSWW - current sequence without win

Explanation: The number of matches from the last win.

14. HSWW - highest sequence without win

Explanation: The number of matches for which you had to bet in order to end a progression for the win. Minimal value of HSWW is 1.

15. CSWL - current sequence without loss

Explanation: The number of matches from the last loss.

16. HSWL - highest sequence without loss

Explanation: The number of matches for which you had to bet in order to end a progression for the loss. Minimal value of HSWL is 1.

17. CAS - current alternate sequence

Explanation: The alternate sequence is the sequence with result like win, loss, win, etc.

18. HAS - highest alternate sequence