Super Heinz Multiple Bet explained

Multiple Bets – The Super Heinz Bet Explained

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sA Super Heinz bet consists of 120 bets and covers all selections in seven separate events, which can include multiple sports, which most bookmakers permit. The bet contains: 21 doubles, 35 trebles, 35 four-folds, 21 five-folds, 7 six-folds and a seven-fold accumulator.  

How a Super Heinz bet works? 

The 120 bets in a Super Heinz are as follows: 

Within this Super Heinz bet at least two of your seven selections must be successful to receive any pay-out from your total stake. The trebles, four-folds, five-folds, six-folds and seven-folds mean that if you get more than two winners your returns begin to increase in big increments as more of the multiple bets win, exponentially if you reach all or six in total. A Super Heinz bet is most commonly used in horse racing betting. 

A Super Heinz is a step-up from the Heinz bet, which contains only six selections. Read about the how the Heinz bet works here. 

Why should I place a Super Heinz bet? 

A Super Heinz is a worthy alternative to a seven-fold accumulator that can still produce a return to your stake, even if only two of your seven selections win. However, it’s likely you will need more than two, three or four winners to make a profit. This will depend on the odds of your selections and whether the bet is placed each way or not. When completing your betslip next time, If you have seven selections on your betslip it’s usually available as one of the multiple betting options. 

Negatives of a Super Heinz 

There are two main negatives of placing a Super Heinz bet: the lack of flexibility around staking, and the large number of bets. The large number of bets can make the bet more costly than simply placing an accumulator on all seven selections. Most players simply reduce their unit stake to accommodate their needs. 

How to calculate Super Heinz bet winnings 

The quickest way of working out your winnings is to use our Super Heinz William Hill bet calculator

Can I bet each-way on a Super Heinz bet? 

An each-way Super Heinz is a type of Super Heinz where all 120 bets are each-way bets. The problem is, this will double the sake, since you are covering all options and backing two separate bets, win and place. The good thing about an each-way Super Heinz is that you get a return not only for every horse that wins but every horse that places as well. 

Each Way Odds Terms 

The main thing when betting each way is to be mindful of the odds and the place terms. You can read our full each way guides her that will leave you an each way expert. In horse racing most bookmakers pay around fifth of the win odds for the place part of each-way bets. This means that it’s ideal to include mainly selections for which the each-way place pay-out is more than your original stake in your each-way Super Heinz.  

Find out more about horse racing betting 

Visit our horse racing betting section for more must-know guides to betting on horse racing: 

What is a Lucky 31 bet? 

How do I bet on Each Way? 

How does Tote Betting work? 

What is a Trixie bet and how does it work? 

Rule 4 in horse racing betting: the deduction explained 

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