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## What is a two-ball bet?

2-Ball Matchups

Two-ball matchups feature **two players going head to head**. You’re just trying to pick which golfer will score better. Here’s an example from the 2021 British Open — DraftKings gives Viktor Hovland a 52.17% finish the tournament with a better score than Paul Casey.

## What is a 3 ball bet in golf?

3 ball betting is where **we offer odds on which of the 3 golfers scores the lowest score**. 3 ball betting is always based on 18 holes/1 round. There is no tie selection offered. … Player A are paid out at 1/3 wagered amount to full odds with 2/3 wagered amount as a loser.

## What is a six shooter bet in golf?

SixShooters: Offer of group of six golfers, **if your player shoots the lowest score you win**. … If your player wins the tournament outright you win both the Win and Place bets. If your player finishes inside the listed places, you will be paid the listed fraction of the win odds.

## What is the dead heat rule?

Dead heat rules state that **your stake should be divided by the number of competitors involved in the dead heat and then settled at the normal odds**. … In a dead heat situation, your stake is divided by the number of competitors involved in the dead heat and then multiplied odds you took when placing the bet.

## How are placepot winnings calculated?

The number of winning lines you have is calculated by **multiplying the amount of successful lines in each leg together to get your total**. To work out how much you have won, multiply your stake per line by the amount of winning lines you have.

## How do group bets work?

Group Betting is a new fun option to work **together in building a winning Accumulator**. The concept is for a group of friends to create a Group in which they build a Group Bet (Accumulator) by each member of the group making one selection each.

## How do top 10 bets work in golf?

However, a top 10 finish bet on any of the players that tied 8th would mean that your return would be calculated as follows: There are 3 places remaining (8th, 9th and 10th) but four players occupy these places. Therefore your return would be 3/4 your stake multiplied by the **odds on** your selected player.

## What is a win place golf bet?

A “to win” bet is **a bet on who will win a particular golf tournament**. If you think that Jason Day is going to win an upcoming tournament, you can place a “to win” bet on him for that particular event. If he wins the tournament, you win your bet.

## What does each way 5 places mean?

Each-way means **you are betting on two things**. The first is that the horse will win. The second is that it will finish anywhere up to 5th place. … Each part of the bet must be an equal stake, e.g. a £5 each way bet will have £5 on the ‘Win’ and £5 on the ‘Place’ making a total of £10.

## What happens to your bet if a golfer withdraws?

If a player withdraws during the hole, bets on **the withdrawn player will be settled as losers**. Bets are settled once the players leave the green. For hole group betting, bets are settled based on the score over a specified group of holes.

## What does finishing position mean in golf?

2. Place/Finishing Position Bets. These **give bettors the option to decide whether players will finish inside the top 5, 10 or 20**. These offer less of a payout than outrights obviously, but can keep the bankroll afloat while waiting for an outright winner.

## How do they pay a dead heat?

The short version is the winnings are split. In the case of a dead heat, **the payout for the bet is divided by the number of people tied for the position**. For example, a two-way tie means that you’d win half of the amount you were originally expecting to win.

## Why is it called a dead heat?

The Oxford English Dictionary attributes the term to horse racing. Meets formerly had the same horses run several “heats” in a day, with victors being decided by the total number of wins. **A heat which had no clear single winner was discounted from these tallies** and was therefore “dead”.

## What is a dead heat reduction?

A ‘Dead Heat Reduction’ is **calculated by dividing the wager amount proportionally between the number of winners in the event**. For example, in a two-way tie aka ‘Dead Heat’, your return would be half of what was originally projected in the Bet Slip at the time of placement.