Are you a horse racing hobbyist or someone who has always been fascinated by the tracks but for some reason haven’t found a way to indulge your fantasies? Bet-soft made this game for people like you. What’s more, the game is entirely free so you won’t need to risk your cash. Your experience on the virtual tracks starts with a betting slip that outlines the details of your bet: the odds, horse and your potential return. You can bet on the following options: single, lay, tri-cast, forecast and show. Attached to each option are varying odds.
Other details like your total bets and bet forms can also be found on the bet slip screen. You’d find this information useful when trying to figure out how horses and jockeys have performed in prior races. It’s important to keep an eye on this information as it changes as you continue to play. So keep an eye on it and make the appropriate adjustments.
After you’ve chosen your bets, you can begin the race by clicking on a button that displays that option (you’d find it in the bottom right hand region of the screen). Once you’ve clicked on this option, a 3D race track loads and a virtual race is set in motion. After setting the race in motion, there’s nothing more to do order than to cheer and hope that your nag brings home the prize. Once the race is complete, a second screen will display the result of the race. If you were lucky to win, then a prize will be set aside for you.
At the start of the game, you are required to select a horse on which you would like to bet on. Your betting range start from a single coin and can go up to one hundred coins. You can use the + and – buttons to decide the number of coins you’d like to bet. You also have the luxury of choosing several nags in a single race. You ‘d find it very useful to analyze the statistics and odds of the prior outcomes of various races before placing your bet. Once you are done deciding the size of your bet, you can begin the race by clicking on the button that displays that option.
Wins and Cash Prize
Obviously, wins are determined by the position of your horse in a particular race. Earlier on, I mentioned that that you can either bet on single play, lay play, tri-cast play, forecast play and show play. So If you chose to bet on Single Play and your horse comes first then you win the odds for that play.
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