## How do you calculate forecast doubles?

The number of RFC doubles can be calculated by multiplying the number of doubles in the total number of races by 4. The number of RFC trebles can be calculated by multiplying the number of trebles in the total number of races by 8.

## 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).

**What is a 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.

**How does a doubles bet work?**

A double bet is the most simple and straightforward multiple bet available. As the name suggests, it is simply two different selections bundled together into one bet. If the bettor makes two winning selections, they win and get a greater payout than they would if they have just placed two separate single bets.

### How many doubles and trebles are there?

A bet comprising three selections and four bets – three doubles and a treble. A minimum of two selections must win to guarantee a return.

### How do you calculate a trifecta?

$1 Trifecta Key Costs: To figure the cost of a Trifecta Key, use this simple equation: $ x Number of horses x number of horses minus one. For example, a $1 Trifecta Key 1 with 2,3,4,5 would be 1 x 4 x 3 = 12 possible combinations costing you $12.

**How do forecast odds work?**

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.

**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 do you bet on a forecast?

To place a forecast bet, beneath the ‘Forecast & Tricast’ heading select the Horse or Greyhound you predict to finish 1st by clicking the ‘1st’ box under the Forecast heading, select the Horse or Greyhound you predict to finish 2nd by clicking the ‘2nd’ box and you will notice the Forecast will be added to your betslip …

## What does a reverse forecast pay?

The Reverse Forecast is a bet on two runners finishing 1st and 2nd in one half and the reverse in the second half of the bet. It is effectively two straight forecasts with opposing predicted results meaning the stake is double compared to a Straight Forecast. This is illustrated below.

**How many doubles are in 6 selections?**

15 doubles

The Heinz bet is a six-selection bet consisting of 57 bets: 15 doubles, 20 trebles, 15 fourfolds, six fivefolds and a one sixfold accumulator. Aptly named after the 57 ‘varieties’ company slogan from Heinz, this 57 bet wager is a unique bet that combines every permutation of the 6 selections into one single wager.

**How many winners do you need in a Trixie?**

In a Trixie at least two selections must be successful to get a return. The treble ensures that if you land all three winners your returns can leap significantly. It’s most often used in horse racing betting.

### How to calculate double bets with free calculator?

The Double Bet Calculator allows you to calculate the stake, return and profit for Doubles, permed from up to 20 selections if required, with the same comprehensive range of options available to the Free Bet Calculator. … is displayed below a selection number to indicate that other options are available for that selection.

### How to calculate forecast doubles and trebles in horse racing?

But for those of you still prepared to seek a win in the face of horrendous odds….the table below details the number of forecast Doubles and Trebles bets for various numbers of races with 2 selections in each race. The columns represent: 1) The number of races.

**How to calculate the number of straight forecast doubles?**

The columns represent: 1) The number of races. 2) The number of Straight Forecast Doubles (SFD). 3) The number of Reversed Forecast Doubles (RFD). 4) The number of Straight Forecast Trebles (SFT). 5) The number of Reversed Forecast Trebles (RFT).

**Can a forecast bet be placed in a treble?**

Forecast bets can be placed in doubles and trebles just like any single selection in a race. The return from a winner runs onto the other selections as in an ordinary bet.