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Making your Flexi Trifecta Bet Really Pay at the Races

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The complete run down of a flexi trifecta bet.

So you want to cover several horses or greyhounds in a Trifecta Bet but don’t want your outlay to cost your whole pay packet. There is a way. It is called the Flexi Trifecta.

With a Flexi Trifecta you are picking more than your usual three runners which means that if you only put $1 on it then you can only get a percentage of the dividend.

So what will you need for the Flexi Trifecta?

First of all you will need a TAB Flexi Bet Calculator to make sure you realise the percentage of the dividend you are going to receive.

Once you have selected your runners, say for instance you are picking the Melbourne Cup Flexi Trifecta and want to select 5 runners. You then would most likely want to box all of these horses which then brings your dividend percentage down further given that boxing part of a field creates more combinations for the Flexi Trifecta to cover. But this is ok because in general the Melbourne Cup Trifecta and First Four pays very well especially if there is an upset and a horse wins at double figure (think Prince of Penzance in the 2015 Melbourne Cup) or even in some cases triple figure odds (it can happen)

You can make your Flexi Trifecta Bet really pay in a Melbourne Cup by taking a few of these tips on board when selecting your runners for the big pay day.
First make sure that you never leave out the favourite. Sure the favourite can get beat but generally it will finish in the first 4 finishing order. Also make sure to include at least 1 horse over 30/1 that has decent form leading into the Melbourne Cup. For this I want you to think of Horses like Criterion, Hokko Brave, Fame Game, Almoonquith, Who Shot Thebarman. Red Cadeaux in recent years was also a great contender but sadly was euthanised last year after an injury.

Here is some TAB results of how little outlay is required on a First 4 Bet or a Trifecta to win decent amounts.

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Also look at who Craig Williams and Damien Oliver are riding in the cup. These are 2 of the greatest jockeys in Australia and win their fair share of Group 1 races.

Also it should be noted that the Trifecta late scratching rules are a little different to the Flexi Trifecta. That being that if there is a late scratching all combinations that include the runner that was scratched are refunded on a normal Trifecta Bet. In a Flexi Bet case because you may have put on $10 for your Flexi Bet instead of getting a refund your dividend percentage increases on your leftover combinations. This can be an extremely good outcome if your Trifecta Bet still comes in. Instead of getting 16.66% for 5 runners on a $10 bet you may get 24+%.

There is also the option to standout a runner in your Flexi to increase your dividends. When you standout a horse or greyhound in a field that runner has to win the race where your other selections just need to place 2nd and 3rd in any order. This again increases the win percentage dividend given you have taken away the need for your standout to place 2nd or 3rd in the field.

If you are interested in making regular wins and want to see someone who has done just that with First Four Flexi Betting as well as dabbling in Trifecta Flexi Betting check out Kate McEvoy.

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There are plenty of bookmakers offering free bets on the 2015 Melbourne Cup and it is not hard to sign up with several of these bookmakers. We show you how to get over $1,000 in Free Bets on the 2015 Melbourne Cup.

Sportsbet offer free bets on Group 1 races which includes the 2015 Melbourne Cup and all you have to do to get a free $25 bet on the Melbourne Cup is deposit $10 into your Sportsbet account before Tuesday 3rd 2015.

Now I am not sure if Tom Waterhouse will be running his $25 Million Melbourne Cup First 10 this year but last year this actually didn’t look like a great bet to me. In fact I think I would of rathered open an Oz Lotteries account and deposited $10 into that and got myself a few $2 lucky lotteries. If you follow the $2 lucky lotteries you will see one lucky punter actually hit the jackpot last week and cashed in a whopping $10,015,000 in Lucky Lotteries Super Jackpot draw 10026. The ticket if you would like to know was sold at AK Newstalk, Shop 1004,Westpoint in Blacktown. As for the Tom Waterhouse $25 Million Melbourne Cup bet… let’s just stay I won’t be having a bet in this one.

Now we also have Betfair who if you have not signed up with yet offer $150 in cash bets however there is a little catch with this one. That is that you must deposit $50. Which although might be a little catch to get that $150 in cash bets is actually not a bad one. This now opens you up to have a bet on a horse in the cup and then save a bit of money for the exotics like the trifectas and first fours. For this one I suggest you check out our page on Flexi Betting in the 2015 Melbourne Cup.

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Luxbet who are backed by Tapcorp are still also running a similar betting strategy to Betfair in that they are offering $150 in cash bets on top of the initital $50 you must deposit. You must use the Luxbet promo page however to get this bet.

Crownbet are offering a $650 Free bet as well but you will need to deposit $500 to get that $650 free bet.  So in total you will have $1150 for Melbourne Cup Day.  They also have the double deposit for new customers where they will match your deposit up to $1,000.

You will notice that I haven’t included any affiliate links or direct links to these betting agencies and bookmakers. There is a reason for that and that is that I choose not to be affiliated with any of these agencies as I want to give my subscribers an unbiased report into what each of the betting companies are offering and not just what would pay me the largest commission when you place a bet with them. Be careful of websites who are linking directly to the sites as they are most probably linking to get a commission and don’t have any interest in actually getting you a great deal on the Melbourne Cup.

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Betting on the Exotics i.e (Quinella, Exacta, Trifectas and First Fours) can be very expensive, it can also be very rewarding when you get a win.  The best way to play Exactas, Trifectas and First Fours is definately to box all your selections, that way they can finish up in any order as long as they are in the top 2, 3 or 4 depending on the exotic you have taken.

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Different types of First Four Bets

The Boxed First Four Bet

This is when you pick which 4 horses or greyhounds you think are going to be the first 4 horses across the finishing line in no particular order.  What you are doing is covering all the possible combinations of these runners.

There is 24 different combinations that could possibly be run when selecting 4 runners so if you put staked $1 your total outlay for the race would be $24 unless you take a Boxed First Four Flexi Bet for 50% which would cost you $12 or a Flexi Bet for 25% which would cost you $6.

Normal Straight First Four Bet

This is the hardest of them all! This is when you pick the first 4 runners and the correct order in which they will finish.  You will maximise your profits if you pick it correctly but it is extremely hard to do.

The Standout First Four Bet

This is probably my favourite.  This is where you pick 1 runner to win the race, something you are pretty confident can win the race, could be part of a system bet or maybe you had it in your blackbook runners.  By doing this you lower the combinations for your 2nd, 3rd and 4th picks. Your total stake for a First Four Bet is now lowered to $6 for a 100% return on your first four dividend.

Your 2nd 3rd and 4th picks can still run in any order.  You can also throw in a roving banker if you like which you can pick to run 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th.

Below are a list of First Fours that generally pay very well.  These are bigger races but they are much more open market betting races.

Melbourne Cup First Four
Crown Oaks First Four
Cox Plate First Floor
Epsom First Four
Caulfield Guineas First Four
Golden Slipper First Four
Bendigo Cup First Four
Caulfield Cup First Four
Greyhound Golden Easter Egg First Four

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Flexi Betting is a way of keeping the prices down on exotics.  This method is sometimes referred to as percentage betting and is where you bet a smaller amount for the exotic bet and then you get a percentage of the win dividend.  Here is an example:

You decide to have a bet in the Cox Plate or the Melbourne Cup (these being larger pool races the exotics in these races generally pay a lot more, for example the 2012 Melbourne Cup Trifecta paid over $50,000 in NSW TAB and the first 4 paid over 1.4+ million on the NSW TOTE.

So here is how we work it out:

You have worked out your best 10 horses to take out the trifecta in the Melbourne Cup.  Those 10 horses if you were to box them all equals a total of 720 combinations and for a single $1 this would cost you $720 in total.  However the trifecta in 2012 paid $50,000+ but lets say you don’t have a spare $720 ito just bet on a race, maybe you have a spare $72.  So you back all of your 10 horses in the Melbourne Cup Trifecta and select the Flexi Betting option.  You then put in your total bet amount of $72, you now will receive 10 % of the winning dividend in this case if you would of had Green Moon, Fiorente and Jakkalberry as part of your 10 horses you would receive a little over $5,100 for your initial $72 outlay.

As far as boxing exactas I have never really seen the sense in doing this as it is quite rare to see the exacta pay more than twice what the quinella is paying.  I would rather just add an extra unit to the quinella, generally you will come out a considerable amount ahead of boxing the exacta.

It appears that the First Four Betting System Ebook is no longer being sold as when you are directed to this website now there is nothing more than a related links button with links to Horse Racing Betting Odds, Roulette and Horse Racing Betting.  Kate McEvoy must of pulled the plug on the book or forgot to renew her domain and hosting.

Kate McEvoy – First Four Betting System Ebook shows you how to back trifectas and first fours and win using roving bankers and flexi betting.  Kate also shows you how Horse Racing Odds are far greater at receiving a dividend than if you were to play the lotto and believe me some of the prices first fours pay you can win just as much as if you were to have been playing the Lotto.

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We have looked at the form, watched the previous runs on all of the Melbourne Cup Runners for 2011 and have come up with our Top 3 Horses in The Melbourne Cup which are:

Americain which is currently @ $4.40
Americain has already won a Melbourne Cup in 2010, he also won the Moonee Valley Cup.  With a proven run over the 3200 metres previous he has a great chances of back to back wins even carrying the 58 kgs.

Dunaden which is currently @ $8.00
Dunaden won the Geelong Cup for 2011 which is the same race that Americain won last year before taking out the Melbourne Cup win.  He looks set to make a big appearance in this years Melbourne Cup and should handle the 3200 metres very well.

Niwot which is currently @ $31.00
Niwot comes from the John Hawkes racing stable who is one of the best trainers in this country and he also has Dean Yendall riding him in the Melbourne Cup this year.  Dean Yendall rode more winners in Australia last season than any other jockey.  He is very capable of the 3200 metres and with the small amount of weight this horse has to carry is a excellent chance.

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Since betting opened on August 5th 2011 24% of the betting has been for Americain but in recent days Niwot has taken 9% of the betting market.

For your Melbourne Cup Trifectas I would take the following 5 horses and combine all combinations either outright for a full betting unit or as a flexi trifecta.  Those horses are Americain, Dunaden, Niwot, Jukebox Jury and Lucas Cranach.

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