A two horse bet is a bet that one horse will beat another horse in a race. It’s called a two horse bet because the bets are $2, and the second horse can earn $500 if the first one loses. It can be considered one of the many money making bets and it’s just one of those things where you either have a small chance to win, or a pretty large chance to lose… A two horse bet is also called a deadhorse bet.
The reason you’re not allowed to buy more than one horse is because you’ll never get enough money to buy two, and by betting on yourself you end up with $500 in the bank anyway. Why? Because your winnings come from your wins being double counted, and you end up with a “win” (you get two wins) + “lose” (you lose both) + whatever your total bet is before you bet on yourself.
How Do You Get In On the Action?
Getting into the game and winning your first horse races is a great feeling. The next step is to buy a couple of horse racing sites. The sites offer free bets. However, the sites are still running the two horse bet. You have to make sure you’re taking the $2 money out of your money box before you bet $500 on yourself, or your money box will be empty. After you have made that first $2 bet, you’ll start to see it on the betting sites, but you will have no option for making additional money since they are running $1 bets on themselves.
It’s all a good thing, but it’s good to be safe with the sites, but you should know a few things before you jump that fence. When you see a horse betting site advertising $1 bets on themselves you should be really skeptical. This means it doesn’t take much to make $1.00 on themselves. The reason for this is that there are no rules saying that they can not make a $1 bet on themselves. The site makes you bet by telling you that by going on the site you have the power to change a winning horse, or they could lose a losing horse. That is, the site says that they take a big win and then get it on themselves, in which case the winning horse does not count to your winnings; in which case they win $1 in the money box you set. When those $1 bets are actually placed the $1 is on the winning horse (remember the $500