Virtual Greyhound racing is a virtual betting game where you place a bet in one or more out of the 6-8 dogs that are racing. An automatic random number generated by the software will determine the winner. Virtual greyhounding has become very popular and well-liked by punters in recent years.
This has been accelerated by the increased number of betting companies that offer virtual sports. The races are very simple and take less time, unlike real-life races. If you are a punter looking for virtual greyhounding racing, Jambobet has plenty of options for you to consider. This guide has a lot to learn about Virtual greyhound racing so read on to find out more.
- Frequency – Once you place your bet, the race will start specifically for you. The game is scheduled such that the video race will start in a determined countdown. You should place your bet before the screen displays “no more bets”.
- Minimum and maximum bet – Betting in virtual dog racing has some limits. You will be shown these limits if your stake amount is less than the minimum required or more than the maximum. This is done to ensure you receive the amount stated as payout if your bet wins.
- Single bets – This is when you place a bet on a single event selection.
- Multiple bets – here players can combine 2 or more selections of a different event. The total odds of the selection are multiplied together to produce a single price. You must win all the selections for the bet to win.
- System bets – a combination of single and multiple bets is generated for you depending on the number of selections of different events you have chosen. For example, if you choose 3 selections (a, b and c) the system bet generated would be 7 separate bets: 3 x singles (a, b and c) 3 x double (a and b, a and c, b and c) and 1 x treble (a, b and c where all the selection must win). You can choose among these options on which you can bet and stake.
- Odds – You can set your odd to be either decimal, fractional or American. These are just different systems of calculating and will not affect your returns in any way.
How to Place a Bet
Using the game dedicated menu, you should select a betting market. A corresponding odd and a short description will appear after selection. You will then pick one of the offered markets. Once you select, a bet slip will be enabled. You will then enter the bet amount in the bet slip. You can add more bets before confirming the bet by clicking on ‘add more bets’.
You then press the ‘place bet’’ to submit your bet. A confirmation message will pop up to confirm you have placed your bet. Once the race is over you will see the results and the upcoming events.
- Win (w). You will select the dog to win the race.
- Place (P). Your selected dog will finish the race first or second.
- Show (S). Your selected dog will finish the race first, second, or third.
- Exacta. The two dogs you selected will finish the race in the first two places in the exact order.
- Quinella. The two dogs will finish in the first two places in any order.
- Trifecta. You choose three dogs to finish in the first three places in exact order.
- Even/Odd (E) / (O). You predict whether the number of winning dogs will be odd or even.
- Over/Under (E) / (U). You predict if the number of the winning dog will be over or under 3.5.
The virtual greyhound race is very simple and exciting. The animations used in racing are excellent. Virtual greyhound stadiums and the track are well created which makes the race appear realistic and real. Unlike the real greyhound race where you will find 12 races spreading over three hours, the virtual greyhound can run up to 30 races in one hour.
Always remember that in virtual sports, you are betting on a computer simulation of greyhound race and not the gaming abilities of real-life dogs. Betting is always supposed to be fun, so always take a break when the entertainment dries you up.