If you place a bet which is EW (1/5, 3 places) and your horse finishes in the top 3, you'll win your bet. The place portion of your bet will pay out at 1/5 of the odds that you took that horse for. Should the horse come first you'll receive the pay out on both the Win and Place portions of your bet.
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Over and above, how do you win an each way bet?
An each way bet is a bet made up of two parts: a WIN bet and a PLACE bet. Two bets of equal amounts are made; the first on a selection (horse) to win and the second on the same selection to place. A 'win' obviously means that the horse finishes the race first.
Somehow, what is the difference between a place bet and an each way bet? With an Each Way (EW) bet, half of your stake goes on a win, and half of it goes on a place. ... With a Place bet, the bet wins the same amount of money regardless of whether the horse finished first second or third.
Finally, is an each way bet worth it?
Betting each way on horses gives us an advantage because bookmakers don't set the place odds according to probability. They are simply always tied to the win odds (a 1/4 or 1/5 fraction of the win price). Sometimes, the place part offers higher odds than the real probability of the event happening.
What does each way mean on sports bet?
combined Win and Place bet
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When you bet each way, you have two bets; one for the horse to finish first, and a second bet for the horse to finish in the top four or five (varies according to by race). The winnings for the latter bet are calculated by applying the fraction (usually 1/4) to the original odds available.
Example 2. A £10
each-way single on a 10-1 selection in a horse race
and paying 1⁄4 the odds a place 1, 2, or 3 would cost £20. Total returns would be £110 + £35 = £145 if the horse won the race, but just £35 if the horse only finished second or third.
Hitting the 'Extra Place' can be a long shot — though they're still well worth doing even if you can only cover one horse, especially if it's for zero qualifying loss!
Each Way Extra gives you the option to increase or decrease the number of places in a race when you are betting Each Way on selected Horse Racing. When you use Each Way Extra you can add places to your Each Way Horse Racing bets and take a reduced price or remove places and increase the odds on your selection.
We, can sum up, then' a few rules about each-way betting. The longer the each-way price, the better it is for the bookmaker. ... Bet for a win if your winners are usually at 4/1 or longer. If you want to play safe' it might be wiser to bet two horses for a win in the race, rather than bet each-way.
Typically, the winner is paid 60 percent of the total purse, and second place is paid, 20% to second place, 10% to third, 5% to 4th, 3% to 5th, and 2% to 6th. From horses' earnings, jockey and training fees are paid.
Any race with less than five runners will be win only, whereby no bets can be placed on a horse each-way. If there are five, six or seven runners in a race, then there are two places available, meaning there is a payout if backed each-way on horses who finish first or second, at 1/4 of the odds.
If your horse comes first, you will be paid both the "Win" and "Place" part of your bet. But if your horse comes 2nd (or 3rd or 4th depending on how many places are paid) then you will get paid at either a 1/4 or 1/5th of the odds for you place stake, depending on the each way terms for the race.