Greyhound Betting around the world
Bet on Greyhound Races
Greyhounds bets with KarambaGreyhound bets with Karamba is an exciting way to target a profit from the sport as traders offer many different markets. There is race winner or place betting as well as forecast which challenges you to predict both the winner and runner up in that order. The odds at Karamba on greyhounds are competitive in the industry.
Basic Rules of greyhounds bettingThe basic rules of greyhounds betting is don’t study the form of the runners before making an educated guess on which dog will win. There’s little point in backing a short priced favourite each-way as if it places you will still lose money. Betting on greyhound maiden races is tricky as there is no form to go on.
How to bet on Greyhounds?
How do you bet on a greyhound?Sign up for an account with an online bookmaker such as Karamba and click the greyhounds tab to open all available races and runners. Click the price of your chosen dog to add it to your bet slip then input a stake and click to confirm, you can bet on an upcoming race before the hare starts running.
What is the best way to bet on greyhounds?The best way to bet on greyhounds is by predicting which runner will win the race at the odds offered. This is also the simplest way to bet on greyhounds as if your prediction is correct you land the profits but if it’s wrong you lose your stake. Other ways to bet on greyhounds include each-way and forecast.
Greyhound betting rules
The best trap in greyhound racing is...The best trap in greyhound racing is a debate that continues to divide opinion amongst lovers of the sport and those that enjoy a bet. Trap one is closest to the rail but increases the chance of your dog being barged. Trap six can keep out of early trouble but will instinctively charge for the hare on the rails.
What does M and W mean in greyhound racing?The letters M and W in greyhound racing mean the trap draw that suits the running style of the greyhound, M meaning medium and W meaning wide. If a dog is drawn in trap 1 but the form says it’s a W dog, then that is a good sign to avoid. There are also railers dogs that prefer traps 1 and 2 that was closest to the rail
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