What Is An Accumulator Bet? 

What Is An Accumulator?

If you are new to acca betting, don’t worry we have your back and soon you’ll be placing accumulators like a pro. If you get only five correct, you only have one fivefold. 7 out of 8 means 21 paying lines and 8 correct will give you 56. In order to get your money back I would reckon you would need at least 6 correct. You will make a profit with 7 correct and win a fair bit if you get them all right. When you choose 9 different events and you make a choice of eight-fold as accumulator, the system automatically arranges all 9 events in a number of places the combination of any 8 of the 9 events.

The reason for this is that as well as accumulators there are other forms of multiple bet you can place. For example, a ‘Lucky 15’ involves a series of overlapping accumulators placed on the same group of bets. The idea here being that you don’t need all of your legs to win, but you still have the opportunity for a larger payday than if you have placed your bets individually. The amount of bets you can have a multiple are pretty much unlimited.

A Patent consists of 7 bets involving 3 selections in different events. The bet includes a single on each selection, plus 3 doubles and 1 treble. For example, if your 3 selections were A, B, and C, then your 7 bets would be A, B, C, AB, AC, BC, and ABC. Let’s start with the easiest types of accumulator bets to describe – here are some horse racing betting terms explained. One of the most impressive horse racing accumulator bets came at Royal Ascot when enigmatic Italian jockey, Frankie Dettori cleaned up by winning all seven races on the card. This ‘Magnificent Seven’ occasion equated to a 25,051/1 accumulator, with one daring punter winning over £500,000 that day with just a £20 bet.

With you six predictions, you place your bets as 10 doubles, 20 triples, 15 fourfold bets, 6 fivefold bets, and 1 sixfold bet. Again, if you get at least two of your six predictions right, you’ll start making your money back. Say, you place three wagers of 10,000 TZS on each team. Two of the three teams win, perhaps the Coyotes and the Oilers, but the Maple Leaf lose. If you minus your 30,000 TZS stake, you make a profit of 19,720 TZS.

For your bet to be considered an ACCA, you have to have at least four selection on your betting slip. There are, of course, ACCAs with more than four selections, or also called legs. There isn’t any upper limit to the number of legs you can wager.

It takes a lot of skill or luck to pull off, but the rewards can certainly be worth it as we’ll see. As expected, the bet confirmation screen appears in the middle of the page. As you wish to add more legs to this bet, instead of entering your stake as you normally would, click the ‘+ ADD TO BETSLIP’ button on the bottom-left to add that selection to your Bet Slip. You’ll then see the Bet Slip pop up on the right of the page. Bonuses are paid out on accumulators once all full time results are confirmed. If an accumulator would otherwise have lost, but becomes a winner under the terms of the Soccer Early Payout Offer, no bonus will be applied.

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