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    BonnieFilly
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    Hi, i’ve only been into racing for about a year or so and i’ve discovered the boring flat season can be made a little more exciting by betting. However i’m having some trouble understanding the rules of a Toteswinger and i wondered if someone could be so kind as to explain them to me in layman’s terms.

    I did try asking the staff at William Hill and Labrokes, but i don’t have any photographic ID and seen as i look to young to bet they won’t entertain me. :roll:

    My first question is if i play a banker toteswinger and my banker is later declared a non-runner does this make the bet void?

    Also do i get the odds at the time the bet was placed or do i get the odds after the race has been run?

    Thank you in advance. :)

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    % MAN
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    Welcome to the forum

    My understanding is the Toteswinger has the same non-runner rules as the Exacta and Trifecta i.e. non-runner and the bet is void.

    As it is a pool bet you will have no way of knowing how much the pay-out will be until after the race.

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    BonnieFilly
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    Thank you for your help and kind welcome Paul. Both of my bets went down today anyway, oh well i shall try again next week. :(

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