How do you win on a Quadpot?
To win a share of the Quadpot pool you just need to find a horse to place in races three to six at any meeting. The number of places on offer in each race depend on the number of runners. For races of four horses or fewer, only the winner will do.
Are Placepots worth it?
Lastly, the Placepot is typically a good bet because it offers value to the customers. The takeout is 28% which may sound a lot, but that is over six races. Comparing the margin to an accumulator or multiple bet with six selections, the value is there for all to see.
How does a Quadpot payout?
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.
What is a Quadpot bet365?
To win a share of the Quadpot pool you have to find a horse to place in races three, four, five and six at any given meeting. The number of places on offer in each race depend on the number of runners. For races of four horses or less, only the winner will do.
What is a tote jackpot bet?
The Tote Jackpot bet is a horse racing pool bet in which players attempt to pick the first six winners at a specific meeting.
How do you win Placepot?
To win the Placepot you just need to have a horse placed in the first six races at any meeting. How many places are on offer depends on how many runners are in a race and the same terms apply to the Tote Place pool.
What race is a Quadpot?
A Quadpot is similar to a Placepot, but where a Placepot is the first 6 races at a meeting, a Quadpot is races 3-6 (4 races in total). In order to win, you need to select 4 horses in these races, these horses have to win or be placed.
How do you win the Tote jackpot?
A Tote Jackpot is simple to understand and popular bet. Basically, a punter chooses six horses in the first six races at a horse racing meeting. To win on this bet, all the horses must win.
How does a 4 fold bet work?
A Fourfold Accumulator is one bet on four selections in different events. All four selections must be successful to have a return. A Yankee consists of eleven bets on four selections in different events i.e. 6 Doubles, 4 Trebles and 1 Fourfold Accumulator. Two or more selections must be successful to have a return.
What’s the best way to bet on horses?
For a beginner, I recommend sticking with straight wagers. They’re simple and cheap. You simply pick one horse to come in first, second, or third. The minimum bet at most tracks for a straight wager is just $2.
How do you win the tote?
To win a Tote Win bet, your horse just has to finish first. Winning a Tote Place bet depends on how many runners there are in a race: If there are between 5 and 7 runners, your horse must finish 1st or 2. If there are between 8 and 15 runners, your horse must finish 1st, 2nd or 3.
What did the Quadpot pay at Aintree?
Aintree Placepot Pointers: Danny Kirwan will be hard to keep out of the frame. From Cheltenham on Saturday, where the Placepot paid a massive £10,365 dividend, to Aintree on Sunday, we stick with the goliaths of National Hunt racing for our Placepot Pointers this weekend.
How are Tote bets calculated?
You are betting into the Tote Place pool for the race, in which the return (known as the Tote Place dividend) is determined by the proportion of money bet into the pool on each of the runners. Bookmakers set their own prices, so the odds they offer reflect their view on the chances of each runner.
How does a Tote Jackpot work?
The Tote Jackpot is a bet where you have to pick the first 6 winners at a meeting nominated by The Tote. The bet is available every day of the week excluding Saturday.