How Many Places Are Paid On An Each Way Bet. £5 at 20/1 pays £105 (£5 x 20 = £100 plus your £5 stake back). So as long as your golfer finishes in the 10, you should see a return on your bet.
With sixteen or more runners, four places are paid out. To keep things simple, we will explain with reference to the most basic accumulator there is, a double, involving two legs. A ‘win’ obviously means that the horse finishes the race first.
If The Horse Wins, You Will Be Paid £22.
This is an excellent opportunity to back a golfer you think will come close to winning but may just be edged out into the places. The ‘place’ means that it finishes in any of the top positions. For example, you might back fast fred in the 1.30pm and quick quentin in the 2.00pm.
The Each Way Terms Of The Race Are Six Places At A Fifth Of The Odds.
An each way bet is effectively two bets in one, with half the bet going on the selection to win and half on it to “place” with the definition of “place” depending on the. The exact number of positions paid out on a place bet varies bookie to bookie, but it’s usually the first 4 or 5. Applies to ‘winner or e/w’ market only.
A Fifth Of 20/1 Is 4/1 (20 Divided By 5) So The Place Part Of The Bet Is Paid As £5 At 4/1 = £25 (£5 X 4 = £20 Plus Your £5 Stake Back).
Meanwhile, in the event of 16+ runners featuring, 5 extra places will be paid out on. The more potential winners the less chance of you predicting the winner but more places will be paid each way. We are paying 5 places for each way bets at 1/5 the odds in the 15:35 uttoxeter.
Applies To Singles And Multiple Bets.
This can vary, and many bookmakers offer extra place promotions on specific events or races. So if you back your horse £10 each way at 20/1 in a top class group race and it finishes second, you get paid nothing for the win part of the bet and 4/1 for the place part of the bet. The “to place” part of your bet is the key here.
So, A £5 Each Way Bet Will Cost £10 As The Bet Is Made Up Of £5 Win And £5 Place Bet.
£5 at 20/1 pays £105 (£5 x 20 = £100 plus your £5 stake back). In an each way bet, the place portion of your bet will typically vary depending on the number of runners. With eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen and fifteen runners, three places are paid out.