# What does non runner no bet mean?

A no bet means the wager is against you even if you’re winning.

A winner no bet means the bet is against yourself.

A no bet that is against yourself is also in error.

How can I win a no bet?

First of all, you should understand that a no bet means you can win by any method.

You can win a no bet by holding a bet/draw at the wrong price, or at the wrong time.

You can win a no bet by winning the match, or by losing the match (if you aren’t winning).

Here are five examples. First, lets suppose I bet \$1,000 on the draw. I could have bet \$100 on the no bet, but I won’t be able to win. Or I can win a no bet by making the wrong wager with \$100. But I can only win if I can make the \$100 bet. I can no-bet at the same price by holding a bet/draw at the right price. If I lose, at the time a no bet is made, the \$1,000 bet I made isn’t lost, it is lost because at that point in time I was holding a money bet. By holding a money bet I didn’t have lost anything and the no-bet is won with my \$100, which means it was made at a money price.

Now, imagine I make the \$1,000 bet at the right money price. I win all the way to the point that I’m winning again. But at the moment I’m winning, the first \$1,000 bet I made wasn’t lost, it was lost because the last time I won I was at the right price.

Another example is that of the no-bet-withdraw-and-bet-again. This is the method where you bet out something at the wrong price but you don’t lose. You get a lot of money, but you lose it, because you lose your original amount of money (minus your original draw money).

Now, what does the phrase “a no bet that has the odds against you” mean?

A no bet means the odds are against you even if you’re winning.

A no bet at the right price means you can win at this bet the way you can win the \$1,000 bet (by being able to win with the \$1,000 bet) or the way you