Multi bets make it easy for you to enjoy
betting in a different way. Instead of betting all your money on a single
sporting event, you can combine several selections on a single ticket to
increase your odds of winning.
That's all great, but you have to be careful.
You already know that you have to bet with your head, but also the combined
bets have their own special characteristics and, if you have never tried
them, you should take a look at what we are going to tell you in this article
so you don't mess up.
Take a look to this!
More than tricks, what we are going to give you
so that you can place your accumulator bets properly is a series of guidelines
so that you don't get lost with the calculations. More than anything,
because if you are new in this combined betting thing, you should be focused
and not fail, so follow these steps, and always keep in mind that you should
bet judiciously and that you will never have a guarantee as far as profits are
concerned. With that, let's move on.
Start by obtaining odds for the matches you are
going to bet on. Then, be careful because the bookies usually show the odds in different
formats. Fractions, dineroline... It is important that you know in which
format they are showing them.
To try to calculate the absolute odds of
your combined bet what you are interested in is to work with decimals. And you
can do it in a very simple way: dividing 1 by the given odds. In the case of a
match with odds of 2.20 for the team you want to bet on, simply divide 1 / 2.20
Then, when you have the odds in decimal, calculate
the odds for each team. Again divide 1 by the odds of each team to get the
To calculate the probability that all are
winners, multiply each team's odds. Here you will have to handle the
decimal results of each team of your winning selection, and it will be easier
to get the value with the decimals. If, for example, the odds are 0.50 - 0.70 -
0.45, you will have to multiply these values. The result in this case would be
Next, calculate the total odds by dividing 1 by
the total probability (0.1575, which we have just calculated), and then get the
result of your POTENTIAL winnings (potential, because it is spoken in
conditional and it is only a hypothetical data). Do this by multiplying your
original bet by the total odds.
If it turns out that our total odds are 5.75,
we would multiply this value by 100, i.e., 575 € would be our maximum
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