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Bet Types: Each-Way Bet

Last Updated: Nov 16, 2015 11:45PM CET

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(tick) Fixed-Odds Betting Each Way
(tick) Bookmaker Betting Each Way
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Rules

When you make an each-way bet, you are making two separate wagers. The stakes will be exactly the same for each of the two bets.

One bet is a standard win bet, while the other is a place bet following the each-way terms below. The number of horses that will be deemed to have placed depends on the number of horses that start the race. The place dividend is worked-out by applying a fractional calculation to the win odds.

If your horse wins the race, then both the win bet and the place bet will be successful. If the horse does not win, but is placed, then just the place bet will be a winner.

Each-way bets can be made at fixed-odds or at SP (when available). For SP betting the current each-way terms are displayed at the top of the race card. They are however subject to change in case of non-runners as they are depending on the number of runners that are actually starting in a race.

For fixed-odds bets the each-way terms are displayed in the according betting dialog. While they are fixed for ante-post bets for all other fixed-odds bets they are subject to change in case of non-runners as they are depending on the number of runners that are actually starting in a race.

Each-Way Terms

Number of Runners Handicap Races Non-Handicap Races
2 to 4 runners Win only
5 to 7 runners 2 places @ 1/4 odds 2 places @ 1/4 odds
8 to 11 runners 3 places @ 1/5 odds 3 places @ 1/5 odds
12 to 15 runners 3 places @ 1/4 odds 3 places @ 1/5 odds
16 or more runners 4 places @ 1/4 odds 3 places @ 1/5 odds

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