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Straight Forecast (SFC)
A straight forecast (SFC), sometimes referred to as a forecast (FC) or computer straight forecast (CSF), is a bet which requires the customer to choose two selections in the same event and predict the finishing order (1st & 2nd) correctly. The straight forecast is one bet and requires a single stake. Returns on correctly predicted finishing orders are calculated by industry sources via computer software that uses the starting price of all participants in the event, and are usually declared to a £1 stake unit on horse and greyhound races.

Reverse Forecast (RFC)
A reverse forecast (RFC) is a bet which requires the customer to choose two selections in the same event to finish 1st & 2nd in EITHER order. The reverse forecast is two bets (A to beat B/B to beat A) and requires a doubled stake unit.

Combination Forecast (CFC)
A combination forecast (CFC) is a bet which requires the customer to choose three or more selections in the same event with any two finishing 1st & 2nd in ANY order. The combination forecast is a multiple bet and the number of bets increases with the number of selections. See our forecast permutations page for further details.

Tricast (TC)
A tricast (TC) is a bet which requires the customer to choose three selections in the same event and predict the finishing order (1st, 2nd & 3rd) correctly. The straight tricast is one bet and requires a single stake. Tricasts are offered mainly on horse and greyhound races depending on the number of runners. Returns on correctly predicted finishing orders are calculated by industry sources via computer software that uses the starting price of all participants in the event, and are usually declared to a £1 stake unit on horse and greyhound races.

Combination Tricast (CTC)
A combination tricast (CTC) is a bet which requires the customer to choose four or more selections in the same event with any three finishing 1st, 2nd & 3rd in ANY order. The combination tricast is a multiple bet and the number of bets increases with the number of selections. See our tricast permutations page for further details.

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