Here you’ll find our guide to the various bet types and links to the full pages we’ve created to help you understand all the ways to bet on your chosen sport.
This is the simplest type of bet to place and follow. It consists of one betting selection, and if it wins, then your bet is settled as a winner. If it loses, then your bet is settled as a losing one. For more information about how to place a single bet, head over to our single bet page.
A double bet is a classic bet that is placed by plenty of punters with their chosen betting site. It consists of two selections, and is easy to follow, as you’ll need both selections to win for the bet to be settled as a winner. If one or two of the selections involved in the double are to lose, then the bet is settled as a losing one. Read on to find out more about a double bet.
This is similar to a double bet, but you guessed it, a treble bet consists of three selections. It’s a popular bet that can be placed on many different events that are available to wager your funds on with a bookmaker. Read on to learn more about a treble bet, which includes our useful treble bet calculator.
Round Robin is an advanced betting system where you bet on the outcome of multiple events at once. The system comes with a very high payout potential but requires some very advanced strategic planning. Read on and we’ll cover the basics of a Round Robin Bet.
Each Way Bet
An each-way bet consists of two separate bets, which are a winning bet, and a place bet. Each way bets are commonly used in horse racing, and if your selected horse was to win the race, then both of your bets would be settled as a win. However, if the selection you wagered funds on places in their race, then only your place bet would be settled as a winner. For a closer look at an each-way bet, head over to our each-way bet page.
A Trixie bet can sometimes be tricky to understand for some punters, which is why they sometimes prefer a standard treble bet instead. However, we’ve done the hard work for you and will take you through everything you need to know about a Trixie bet, which includes how to place one.
An Accumulator bet is one of the most popular types of bet for any punter, with potential sizeable winnings being paid out by bookmakers on relatively low stakes for some bettors. They consist of four or more selections, and you can find out much more about an Accumulator bet on our dedicated page.
Lucky 15 Bet
There is a slightly minimised risk with a Lucky 15 bet, as you’re covering yourself for some selections to lose, and you can still see a return of funds. This is a popular bet amongst horse racing bettors, and to find out more about a Lucky 15 bet, follow the link to our full explainer.
Lucky 31 Bet
A Lucky 31 is tricky and consists of 31 bets over five selections. These include five singles, ten doubles, ten trebles, five four-odds and one five-fold accumulator.
A Yankee bet consists of 11 bets on four selections, which includes six doubles, four trebles and a four-fold accumulator. Your potential winnings on this type of bet could be sizeable depending on the odds as well, which is a positive. We’ll look through how a Yankee bet works in more detail on our dedicated page.
Super Yankee Bet
A Super Yankee has 26 bets in total, and it remains a popular choice amongst punters that are keen on sports such as football and horse racing in particular. 10 Doubles, 10 Trebles, 5 Fourfold Accumulators and 1 Fivefold Accumulator are what make up a Super Yankee bet.
Lucky 63 Bet
A Lucky 63 consists of many different bets including 6 singles, 15 doubles, 20 trebles, 15 four-fold accumulators, 6 five-fold accumulators, and 1 six-fold accumulator. Even if some selections in a Lucky 63 are lost, you can still walk away with a profit. Find out more about a Lucky 63 bet and the Lucky 63 calculator on our dedicated page.
Dutching betting can be difficult to get your head around at times. Head over to our dedicated page to find out about Dutching, and which sports you can bet on using this type of bet, as well as gaining access to our Dutching betting calculator.
A flag bet consists of 23 bets in total, which are made from four different betting selections, so this can be another tough one to work out your potential returns from. A flag bet is typically more popular amongst experienced bettors, as opposed to relatively new punters. Check out our flag bet page in more detail.
A Heinz bet is 57 bets of equal value on selections in six separate events, which are 15 doubles, 10 trebles, 15 four-folds, six five-folds and one five-fold accumulator. There are positives and negatives to this type of bet, so head over to our dedicated page to find out more about a Heinz bet.
Super Heinz Bet
A Super Heinz consists of 120 bets in total, which is one of the most in all the bet types out there. 21 doubles, 35 trebles, 35 four-folds, 21 five-folds, 7 six-folds and a seven-fold accumulator are what make up a Super Heinz bet, and it’s well worth using a Super Heinz bet calculator to keep track of your potential winnings, as it can be tricky to work out.
A Goliath bet is a bet that consists of 247 equal bets on eight selections in total, which is significantly more than other bets that are available to bettors. There are 28 doubles, 56 trebles, 70 four-folds, 56 five-folds, 28 six-folds, eight seven-folds and one eight-fold involved in a Goliath bet, which can often make it tricky to land a winner. Read on to find out more about a Goliath bet.
This is the same bet as a Super Yankee bet, as it consists of 26 bets in total, which is significantly more than other types of bet that we’ve already looked at. Two or more betting selections have to be settled as winners to see some return of funds on a Canadian bet.
This type of bet is often most popular amongst horse racing bettors, who are looking to provide themselves with some sort of insurance behind their betting selections. Read on to find out everything you need to know about a patent bet.
Betting odds can often be tricky to learn as a beginner. Whether you’re interested in learning fractional or decimal, or simply want to find out more about probability, we’ve got you covered. Follow the link below to find more in-depth explanations and examples.