This is a horse betting game with virtual horses and a variety of betting options.
Premier Racing is a virtual horse racing game where you predict the outcome of the race by betting on your favourite horses.
In this game:
- You can use the information provided per race to help you predict the horse you think will achieve a winning position.
- You can bet on more than one horse per race
- To learn more about a horse, click the horse’s name on the Betting Board. The following information is displayed:
- The odds favouring the horse.
- A brief review of the running style of the horse and its favoured racing conditions.
- Jockey information and rating.
- History of the horse’s previous three races, including the jockey who rode the horse, race conditions, and position achieved.
The object of Frankie’s Fantastic 7 is to guess the outcome of a horse race between seven horses. There are seven horses in the horse race, each on their own lane. The lanes consist of a different number of steps, shown as squares on the lane. For example, without including the starting square, Lane 1 has 4 steps whereas Lane 3 has 6 steps. The horse that reaches the final step first wins this race. The horses are named as follows: Lane 1: Diffident Lane 2: Decorated Hero Lane 3: Lochangel Lane 4: Fujiyama Crest Lane 5: Fatefully Lane 6: Wall Street Lane 7: Mark of Esteem Cards.
During each game round, cards are dealt for each horse and placed to the left of their lane, face up. If one of the cards has a higher rank than all the other cards, the highest ranked card wins this game round and the horse takes one step forward. If there are two or more cards that have the same rank and are jointly ranked highest, the winning card is decided based on the suit of the cards. The suit strengths from highest to lowest are: spades, hearts, diamonds, clubs. For example, the ace of spades is stronger than the ace of hearts.
The horse on the lane that corresponds to the winning card takes one step forward. If there are two cards that are jointly ranked highest based on their rank and suit, this round results in a draw. Both horses move one step forward. If this results in both of these horses reaching the final step and you have bet on one of these horses, you will win half of the amount you would have won had the horse finished alone. If you have bet on both of these horses, you will receive half the win amount for each of them. If a joker is dealt for a horse, this horse is eliminated from the race. This horse is toppled over on the game screen, no more cards will be dealt to it, and it cannot move forward. No more than two jokers are dealt in each race.
The game begins by using two card decks at a time, each containing a joker, shuffled randomly. The cards are dealt from these decks until it is no longer possible to deal 7 cards from these decks, at which point the leftover cards from these decks will be discarded and two new card decks will be used, which differ from the initial decks in that they contain no jokers. This guarantees that all the 7 cards on the table are dealt from the same two decks and it is never possible that there are three cards of the same suit and rank on the table at the same time. Betting You can bet on as many horses as you want. You can bet on a horse by placing a bet on the betting area next to their lane number on the right side of the game window.
If you bet on a winning horse, you win the cash prize determined by the odds written to the right of that lane. The bet odds reflect the fact that the lanes do not have the same number of steps. You can also bet on two larger betting areas: the top “Evens” or the bottom “Evens”. The top “Evens” covers the top three lanes – if you bet on top “Evens”, and a horse on any of the top three lanes wins, you have won the bet. The same logic applies to the bottom “Evens” bet. The win ratio for the “Evens” bets is 0.95/1. Your bets must stay within the defined limits. In Frankie’s Fantastic 7, limits are based on betting positions. This means that if you choose to bet on a position, it must be larger than or equal to the minimum bet, but smaller than or equal to the maximum bet. The same limits apply to individual horse bets and the “Evens” bets.