What happens when a bookmaker offers BOG is that when you place a winning bet on a qualifying race you will be paid out at the highest odds between the price you took when you placed the bet, or the Starting Price (SP) of the horse when the race got under way.
What does bog stand for in racing?
Best odds guaranteed (BOG) is a promotion offered by some bookmakers, where they guarantee the best odds available at the time of placing the bet. If the odds improve before the race starts, the bettor gets paid at the higher odds.
What are guaranteed odds?
Put in the simplest of terms, Best Odds Guaranteed is a form of betting promotion or bonus offered to players by bookmakers and other betting sites that ensure bettors will get the best possible odds for the respective event they have placed a stake on, even after the event has begun or concluded.
What is best odds guaranteed matched betting?
It may sound a strange name for a tool but, if you don't already know, in the betting world, BOG stands for Best Odds Guaranteed. It's an offer that many UK bookmakers provide where they will pay you more winnings if your horse wins and the odds when it started the race were better than when you placed your bet.
What odds win the most in horse racing?
Odds and Probabilities: Examine this abbreviated Odds/Win Probabilities Chart
What is best odds guaranteed promotion?
So, if you take a price on a horse and the Starting Price (SP) is bigger we will pay you out at the bigger odds! To avail of Best Odds Guaranteed you need to 'opt-in' on the Paddy Power promotions page. For Example: If you take a price of 3/1 and the selection wins with an SP of 4/1, we pay you 4/1.