What Is A Double Bet?

Just from taking the 5 fold above in our example you will see that a bet of just 1 unit would yield a 65.18 unit return. There are many types of multiple bets on offer from a host of bookmakers. Obviously the odds of each individual bet will have an effect on the overall accumulator odds with the higher the odds the greater the accumulator bet will become. First off let’s look at how the maths of a multiple bet works. To work out our double simply add one point to each value and then times the two values.

As the name suggests, these Treble tips are to win, rather than each way, as they are generally short-priced so won’t offer much each way value. Check back each day at The Winners Enclosure for Daily Win Treble tips for our picks from all of the day’s racing action. Daily Double Horse Racing A betting type similar to a parlay bet. It involves two consecutive races, usually the first two races on a card and the last two races on a card. You must pick the winner of the first race and the winner of the next race.

You place a wager that contains several selections in different sporting events. In order for your bet to win and the acca to land, all legs must be winners. Under 5.5 means a bet on both teams to not score the total of more than 5 goals in a single match. It even does not matter which side won or scored goals; even if one side manages to score all 6 goals in a match, the corresponding wager is considered as winning.

This makes the total stake for an each-way Goliath twice that applicable to standard Goliath. Multiple betting is a great way to increase the odds on a host of short priced favourites for any market. You can mix and match sports, include games on different days and basically add short priced favourites to bolster the overall pay-outs. If you wanted to include four selections this would be called a Yankee and involves 11 bets. The return you would get from two horses winning would be less than if all three had won, but more than had you only placed a straight up accumulator on the selections.

Rule 4 – If any selection in your full cover bet is subject to rule 4 then the stake will be reduced applicably in all bets that include that selection. Add in an extra selection and now you can have a permed trixie on five selections made up of 40 bets spread across ten possible trixies. Six selections would result in 80 bets with 20 trixies, etc. Exactly the same principle as full cover betting but this time including the extra bets on single lines.

A Super Heinz bet consists of 120 bets over seven different selections. It has 21 doubles, 35 trebles, 35 four-fold accumulators, and 21 five-fold accumulators, seven six-fold accumulators, and one seven-fold accumulator. Although it has a higher stake than a traditional accumulator, it does make a return more likely. The very high returns a Super Heinz bet can generate are appealing to punters. The same high return could be achieved with a single seven-fold accumulator, but it would require all selections to win for a return to be generated.