# What does Dutch mean in horse racing?

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## How do you Dutch bet a horse?

The truth is that it neither gives you an advantage or disadvantage. Your lower profits are offset by getting a greater strike-rate. To Dutch your bet, simply select 2 (or more) horses from the same race card and choose the amount that you want to bet on each runner. It really is as simple as that!

## What is Dutch matching?

Dutching is another risk-free technique for Matched Bettors. When using the dutching technique, we bet on all outcomes of an event with different bookmakers rather than using a betting exchange.

## How do you calculate dutching?

Dutching Example

1. First work out the implied probabilities from the odds. Implied Probability of an 11/1 runner = (1 / (11/1 + 1)) * 100 = 8.33% Implied Probability of an 3/1 runner = (1 / (3/1 + 1)) * 100 = 25%
2. Work out the stakes. Amount to stake on the 11/1 runner = (8.33 / (25 + 8.33)) * £10 = £2.50.

## Is Dutching horse racing profitable?

It is a system of betting used mainly in horse racing and football. Dutching involves backing several selections in the same event. … While it is sometimes lumped in with arbitrage betting, it is completely different because it does not guarantee a profit.

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## How do I place a Dutch bet?

In its purest terms ‘Dutching’ is placing more than one bet on a market to achieve a positive result if a certain set of results fall your way. Simply split your stake across any number of selections by clicking on the stake factor button.

## Is Dutching risk-free?

Dutching is a risk-free method of matched betting, betting on all available outcomes, using separate bookmakers and not using any betting exchange.

## How do I stop getting Gubbed?

Ways To Avoid Being Gubbed

1. #1 – Don’t take the best prices on your qualifying bets every time. …
2. #2 – Mug bet a bad price. …
3. #3 – Place In-Play bets. …
4. #4 – Place Accumulator Bets (Multiple selections in one bet) …
5. #5 – Avoid Betting On Obscure Teams, Events & Sports. …
6. #6 – Mix Up Your Stake Sizes.

## How do you know if you have been Gubbed?

Your account is graded on how profitable it is. So, if you’re consistently winning money and not losing anything but a small amount, you will flag on their system and nine times out of ten will be gubbed as a result.

## What is the safest bet in horse racing?

Again, if the horse comes in first or second, you will not win any more money than if the horse finishes third. This is the safest of the straight bets but also offers the smallest return. If you are confident the horse will finish better than third, you would have a larger return placing a Win or Place bet.

## How do you bet the top 3 horses?

In boxed bets, the horses you select just have to finish within either the top 2 (exacta), top 3 (trifectas), or top 4 (superfecta). For example, in a boxed exacta bet, of the two horses you select, either could finish in first as long as the second horse comes in second place.

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## What is the best way to bet on horses?

If you’re comfortably knowing you can play the exotics and hit one with good consistency then bet types such as quinella, trifecta and first fours will be the way to go. There is no set strategy to suggest, but we believe betting to win and place is the best way to ensure consistent profits when betting horse racing.