What is the Tote Survivor bet and how does it work? – Telegraph.co.uk
What is a Tote Survivor bet?
It’s a pool bet in which you try to pick the winners of six selected Saturday races before the first one begins. After each race any player that didn’t pick the winner is eliminated until only one Survivor is left. The Survivor then wins all the money in the pool.
A key difference between Survivor and the Tote Scoop 6 is that with Survivor you may not need to pick all six winners to win or share the prize pool.
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What if there are multiple Survivors after six races? The pool will be split between them.
What if nobody wins? If a race in Survivor is won by a horse no remaining player has picked, all players who were still in the game going into the final leg share the pool.
How does a Tote Survivor bet work?
The simplest way to play Survivor is to pick a single horse in each of the six Survivor races. This is called a single line (1x your unit stake).