N.J. Admin. Code § 13:70-29A.9 - Calculation of odds in the event of a dead heat finish

(a) In the event of a dead heat for any position in any race comprising a single-pool wagering event, the payoff shall be calculated using either of the two methods set forth below, as approved by the Racing Commission.
1. The method set forth in 13:70-29.46; or
2. The payoff for each winning wager, in the event of a dead heat finish involving two horses, shall be equal to 1/2 of the expected payout for each horse involved in the dead heat. In the event of dead heat finish involving three or more horses, the payout for each winning wager shall be divided equally for each horse involved in the dead heat.

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N.J. Admin. Code § 13:70-29A.9

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