The Tote Exacta is a bet in which the aim is to select the horses that finish first and second in a race. It is the pool betting version of the forecast bet offered by fixed odds bookmakers.
What is a Tote Trifecta bet?
The Tote Trifecta is a bet where the aim is to select the horses that finish first, second and third in a race. … The win dividend for a successful Trifecta is dictated by the total number of money bet into the Tote Trifecta pool for the race and the total number of winning bets placed by all bettors.
What is a Tote Exacta perm?
What is an Exacta? A Tote Exacta bet requires you to pick the first and second horses to finish in a race. This can be a straight Exacta or a reverse Exacta.
What is an exacta bet?
An Exacta bet consists of picking two runners to place 1st and 2nd, in the correct order.
What is a tote Quadpot?
The Tote Quadpot is a popular pool bet in which players must pick a horse to place in races 3, 4, 5 and 6 at a meeting in order to win a share of the Tote Quadpot dividend. The more bets placed on the Quadpot pool at the meeting, the larger the potential dividend for successful bets.
Can you bet 4 horses in a trifecta?
With a trifecta, you will need to include three horses in your selection to finish in first, second, and third position, in that exact order. A superfecta bet is considered the most difficult, as you will need to include four horses in your selection to finish in the top 4 positions, in the exact order as well.
How many horses make a trifecta?
In horse racing or greyhound racing, a Trifecta bet is when you place a bet on the three horses which you think will finish the race first and second and third, in a specific order.
How many horses can you bet in an exacta box?
Exacta bets, also referred to as perfecta or exactor bets, involve a bettor choosing two horses he thinks will place in the top two positions. Unlike the popular quinella bets, exacta bets require you to select the correct finishing order of the top two horses.
How are exacta bets calculated?
Exacta bets require you to select the first two finishers in correct order. The bet cost is determined by the number of possible winning combinations from the selected horses. A box exacta is calculated by multiplying the number of selections for first by the number of selections for second, minus one.
What is a quartet bet in horse racing?
This bet is a selection of four or more horses to run in the first four positions in any order. Example: Selection 2, 4, 6 and 8 = R 24.00 (the bet taken one time with 24 combinations) and these selections can finish in any order in the first four positions.
What’s the difference between quinella and exacta?
An exacta is similar to a quinella in that it involved the first two horses, but with the Exacta you must pick the first two horses in the exact finishing order. You might choose the Exacta over a Quinella if you think one horse has a clear advantage over your second pick.
How much is a $1 exacta box with 3 horses?
For example, if you choose three horses in a boxed exacta, any two of your horses need to finish first and second – but you now have six possible combinations, so a $1 boxed Exacta will cost you $6.
What is AFL exacta?
An Exacta consists of picking two runners to place first and second in the correct order. You can select as many runners as you want and make it a boxed Exacta, or also pick a standout for first or second position.
How do tote odds work?
Tote betting is when all bets placed on an event or race is placed into a pool. The odds of a individual runner is calculated by the dividing the total pool (all wagers on all runners) minus any amount the house takes, divided by the amount wagered on that runner.
How are Tote bets calculated?
Tote betting explained
If you make a winning bet, the size of your dividend is determined by the percentage of the money in the Tote pool that was wagered on your selection. The lower the percentage of money in the pool staked on the winner, the greater the share of the pool earned by winning units.
What percentage does the Tote take?
How is the Tote Placepot prize pool calculated and shared? A deduction of 27% is taken from the total pool, then the remaining 73% is divided among the winners. For example, if the pool is £100,000, the deduction will be £27,000.