Joint Favourites Explained
The favourite is the shortest priced selection in an event, but when two selections share this position they are named 'Joint-Favourites'. If you back a successful joint-favourite you need to halve your stake to calculate the returns. If three or more participants share this position they are named Co-favourites. If you back a successful co-favourite you need to divide your stake by the number of favourites to calculate your winnings.
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