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## How are forecast bets calculated?

Those bookies that don’t offer a fixed price on the straight forecast before the start of a horse or greyhound race use the Computer Straight Forecast (CSF) to work out your return. Essentially this is a **computer calculation based upon the number of runners and their starting prices (SP)**.

## Do you get your stake back on a forecast bet?

While in a straight forecast bet you have to correctly predict the participants finishing first and second in the exact order they finish, in a reverse forecast bet your two selections can finish either first or second and you still win. The stake in a **reversed forecast bet is double that of a regular bet**.

## How are forecasts and Tricasts calculated?

With forecasts, you simply take the number of horses you wish to select (‘selections’) **and multiply it by one less than the number of selections**. With tricasts, multiply the number of selections by one less than the number of selections, and then multiply that by one less than the previous figure.

## What is a forecast Tricast bet?

A tricast bet **predicts the first, second and third finishers in an event in correct order**, whereas combination forecasts pick the 1-2-3 in any order.

## What odds do you get on a forecast?

A Forecast is a bet where you select the first two horses (or dogs) home in the correct order. currency you have staked. A forecast return is therefore usually in decimal odds as the dividend includes the stake. So a dividend of 11.53 is actually, in fractional betting odds, **10.53/1**.

## How many runners should I forecast?

Forecasts are accepted in all races **of 3 or more actual runners** and will be settled as a straight forecast (selections to finish 1st and 2nd in correct order) in accordance with the computer straight forecast dividend. If there are less than 3 actually running in a race then all forecasts for that race will be void.

## What is dual forecast bet?

A reverse forecast (sometimes called a Dual Forecast) is **a bet in which you predict the first and second-placed finishers in an event in any order**. … If you’re unsure about how they work on a particularly betting site always check their betting rules before placing your bet.

## What is a Lucky 15 bet?

A Lucky 15 consists of **15 bets of equal value on selections in four separate events**: four singles, six doubles, four trebles and one four-fold accumulator. … The doubles, trebles and four-fold ensure that with each additional winner your returns can jump significantly as the various multiple bets come into play.

## How do you work out the odds of winning?

To calculate winnings on fractional odds, **multiply your bet by the top number (numerator), then divide the result by the bottom (denominator)**. So a $10 bet at 5/2 odds is (10 * 5) / 2, which equals $25. A $10 bet at 2/5 odds is (10 * 2) / 5, which is $4.

## How do you calculate a Tricast?

**Combination Tricast Bet**

- The first bet is placed on Horse 1 to finish in first place, Horse 5 to finish in second place, and Horse 6 to finish in third place;
- The second bet is placed on Horse 1 to finish in first place, Horse 6 to finish in second place and Horse 5 to finish in third place;

## What does cover two places mean?

Cover Bet 2 Places. **The price for the selection to win the race is less than for Win and Each Way markets, but money back if your selection finishes second**.

## How do you calculate a trifecta?

To figure the cost of a Trifecta Key, **multiply 1 times the number of horses you used times the number of horses you used minus one**. For example, a $1 Trifecta Key 1 with 2,3,4,5 would be 12 possible combinations (1 x 4 x 3 = 12).

## What’s the difference between forecast and Tricast?

Straight forecast: A straight forecast or SF is composed of two selections and is a single bet prediction of 1st and 2nd in the correct order. … Combination tricast: A combination tricast or CT is composed of a number of selections and is a prediction for your selections to finish 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in any order.

## What is a Trixie bet?

A Trixie bet consists **of four bets of equal value on three selections in separate events**: three doubles and one treble. … It’s most often used in horse racing betting.

## What is the difference between Tricast and trifecta?

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