How Bookies Know You’re Arbing

Arbitrage betting, or “arbing,” allows savvy punters to guarantee a profit by placing bets on all possible outcomes of an event. But this strategy that exploits different odds at various

Fixed Each Way Explained

An “each way fixed” bet in horse racing means you’re placing two bets (one for the win and one for a place) at fixed odds which can not fluctuate like

How To Bet on the 2023 Melbourne Cup

If you’re keen to place a bet on the 2023 Melbourne Cup – but don’t know where to begin, this QuickStart guide for how to bet on the race that

Quadrella (Quaddie) Bets Explained

A quaddie, also known as a quadrella, is a popular horse racing bet that involves picking the winners of 4 nominated races at a race meeting. Here are some key

Boxed Trifectas Explained

A boxed trifecta works by allowing you to take multiple trifecta combinations using three or more selections. Instead of picking horses to finish 1st, 2nd and 3rd in a specific

Quinella Bets Explained

A quinella bet requires two selected horses to finish 1st and 2nd in any order in a race. This means you’ll get a payout whether your picks run 1st and

Trifecta Bets Explained

A trifecta bet involves correctly selecting the first three horses to finish in exact order in a race. Here’s a guide to trifecta betting on Australian horse races and the

Our Guide to Live (In Play) Betting in Australia

Understanding Live In Play Betting Live betting is a type of sports betting that allows you to place wagers on a sporting event while it is happening. This means that

AFL Same Game Multis Explained

An AFL Same Game Multi is a type of sports bet that allows you to combine multiple outcomes from the same Aussie Rules match into one wager to increase your

How to Read an Australian Horse Racing Form Guide

If you’re new to horse racing, navigating a form guide can seem overwhelming. But fear not! In this article, we’ll guide you through the basics of reading an Australian horse

Australian Horse Racing Track Ratings Explained

Avid horse racing punters know how important track conditions can be in determining a horse’s performance. But if you’re just a casual punter, or recently turned 18 and are new

How Does Arbitrage Betting Work in Australia?

Understanding Arbitrage Betting Arbitrage betting, also known as matched betting or “surebetting”, is a popular betting strategy that involves placing bets on all possible outcomes of a sports game with

Complete Glossary of Australian Horse Racing Terms

Are you new to the world of Australian horse racing or confused by its complex jargon? No worries! We’ve got you covered with our complete glossary of Australian horse racing

Are Online Casinos & Pokies Legal in Australia?

Before we get into it – please note this article shouldn’t be used as legal advice but rather is only attended to be an overview of how the law applies

Matched Betting Explained For Australians

We’ve all heard the stories about a mate who reckons he’s got a fool proof formula for beating the bookings through match betting, or seen the ads on Twitter or

How Do Multi Bets Work in Australia?

A multi bet allows you to combine two or more bets on different sporting events into a single wager to increase your overall odds & potential payout. All individual legs

Fixed Odds Vs Tote Odds – Which is better?

If you’re relatively new to punting on horse racing – understanding the different types of odds offered on race meetings can be perplexing to say the least! If you’re confused

Australian Horse Racing Classes Explained

Confused about horse racing classes? Read on to learn how horses are graded in Australia – and how you can use this information to make smarter betting decisions. Understanding the

Types of Bets You Can Place on Horse Racing in Australia

Popular Horse Racing Betting Types When most people think of horse racing betting, they think of popular types like win, place, and each-way bets. Here’s what you need to know

AFL Line Betting Explained

AFL line betting is when a bookmaker sets a point handicap on both teams to provide a level playing field. The underdog receives a positive margin handicap and the favourite

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