A straight forecast bet is a betting scenario in which you select two participants in a single sporting event and state the specific order in which they will finish, first and second. This kind of bet is popular in race-based sports, such as horse racing, greyhound racing, cycling and motorsports.
How does a forecast bet work?
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. … Sometimes, particularly in general sports betting, bookies will offer their own odds on a forecast.
How do you bet on weather?
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Can you put a bet on the weather?
Weather betting works in exactly the same way as any other kind of betting. Bettors log on to their favoured online bookmaker and navigate their way to the weather specials which are usually listed under the Specials tab. Once there, punters pick the punt they wish to place and do exactly that.
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.
What is a reverse 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.
What is a straight forecast bet?
A Straight Forecast consists of 1 bet that requires you to predict which selections will finish 1st and 2nd in the correct order. A Reverse Forecast consists of 2 bets that requires you to predict which selections will finish 1st and 2nd in any order.
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 reverse forecast?
A reverse forecast bet can be placed one of two ways:
- Select one Horse or Greyhound by clicking a ‘1st’ box next to the selection name you choose to bet on (under the Forecast heading). …
- Select one Horse or Greyhound by clicking the ‘Any’ box next to the selection name you choose to bet on (under the Forecast heading).