This trifecta and first four betting eBook is a must read whether you are just looking for a simple trifecta
or first four system or are totally new to the subject.
Kate McEvoy's eBook provides systems for covering both trifecta and first four
combinations using roving
bankers and flexi (fractional) betting. Specifically designed for use on Australian TABs it has been very well
received by our clients.
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The secret to winning at trifecta betting is to find smart ways to reduce
your outlays while maximizing your chances of collecting. The above eBook
teaches you ways to do this using Flexi Betting and Roving Bankers - well worth
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Trifecta Bet Types
To maximise your chances of picking the trifecta you need to bet more than
just a single combination
When betting a Trifecta you get paid a dividend by picking
the first three place getters in order. To maximise your chances of wining you need to bet a number of combinations. Following are ways to do this
from simple (and inefficient) to more complicated (and more profitable):
- Standard Trifectas are the simplest form of trifecta
betting because you just select first, second and third in order
(ie one selection to come first, one to come second and
one to come third). The cost is inexpensive at just one unit but the chances of
you picking the three place getters correctly and in order are rather low.
- Boxed Trifectas are a popular trifecta betting method
where you bet a number of selections to come first, second and third in any
order. With boxed trifectas you get every possible combination of your
selections for first, second and third.
- Multiple Trifectas are similar to boxed trifectas but
you can specify a different number of selections for first, second and
- Banker Trifectas are where you stand out one selection to
win with other selections to fill the second and third places. Roving Bankers
are similar but your banker is a runner you are sure will fill a place so you
"rove" it across the three place positions. The use of bankers reduces your
outlay but naturally you only collect if your banker fills the required
position and your other selections fill the other positions.
- Flexi Betting allows you to
reduce the overall amount bet in return for a proportionally reduced
collect. Also known as Fractional Betting on Tattsbet and
Percentage Betting in NZ, this is a great way to make trifecta
affordable. Let's look at an example with 10 horses
where boxing gives 720 combinations costing $720 (using $1 units). With
Flexi Betting you could reduce your outlay to say
$72 (10%) or even $7.50 (1%). If the trifecta paid $10,000 then
you would have to outlay $720 to get the full $10,000 but a $72 Flexi Bet would return you $1,000
(10%) while a $7.50 Flexi Bet would return $100 (1%).
Don't forget a number of trifecta and first four betting systems that use flexi
betting and multiple roving bankers can be found in Kate McEvoy's eBook
from the link at the top of this page.
Advanced Trifecta Betting
Our Tote Pro software and "Place Odds and Trifecta Report" will teach you about advanced trifecta
betting mathematics. If you'd like a free copy of both by return email just send an
email with your first name in the subject line to
A more advanced method for trifecta betting is to bet each combination
individually with varying amounts. But rather
than base trifecta predictions on win chances one must use place chances because
the order of favouritism for second and particularly third can be different from
that for the win. Put another way, the trifecta chances of three
runners depending on the win chances of every other runner in the race! As a
result, we can show that a trifecta of three runners at say $3, $4 and $5 will
actually have different chances of occurring and pay different amounts depending
on the chances of the other runners in the race.
Our "Place Odds and Trifecta Report" explains all this in much more
detail and our Tote Pro software applies all the necessary calculations. Tote
Pro was described by the late trifecta genius Peter Bent as "the very
best trifecta program on the market" adding that "I know what
features a good trifecta program should include and believe me when I say this
program includes all those features and then some".
Tote Pro used to sell separately for $1,995 but is now fully integrated into
our Bet Selector Gold software and above. For a free copy of this software plus a free copy of our
"Place Odds and Trifecta report" just send us an email as per the following