Dead Heat is a tie between two or, rarely, more runners in a race. If there is a Dead Heat, you will win part of your bet and lose part of your bet. A Dead Heat is most common in horse racing and greyhound markets but occur in other sports such as Golf as well.
What happens if a bet is void bet365?
If a race is abandoned, or declared void, bets placed in the AntePost book will be void. When the same horse is taken to win two or more races in AntePost doubles, trebles and accumulators special reduced odds will be offered. AntePost bets are settled at the Price and Place terms applicable at the time of acceptance.
Do I get money back if bet is void?
Conclusion: Void Free Bets If your qualifying bet is voided, you will generally get your stake back but not get the free bet you would have otherwise qualified for, nor get a secondary chance to earn one. However, from personal experience most bookies are quite good about this.
Why is it called dead heat?
The Oxford English Dictionary attributes the term to horse racing. Meets formerly had the same horses run several heats in a day, with victors being decided by the total number of wins. A heat which had no clear single winner was discounted from these tallies and was therefore dead.