Take me to...

William Hill News

All News

Media

Settings

/* TO wyciagnac poza plik */ /* TO wyciagnac poza plik */

Double Bet

Select bet type

Each Way

Odds Format

Options

Selections

#1
Odds
/
Outcome
Delete

Enter Stake

Stake Options

Total Stake

£0

Return

£0

Profit

£0

Like what you see

Place a bet here

How do you calculate a Double Bet?

A betting double is a good way to see how accumulator betting works. Let’s say you place a £10 stake on 2/1 and 8/11 double bet options. Your first and second set of odds are multiplied together. And converted to decimals, that calculation becomes: 10 x 3.0 x 1.7273 = 51.82. With this arrangement, you gain a much higher profit than you would by simply placing two single bets.

While calculating your returns helps you understand what makes the difference with a betting double, there’s no need to constantly resort to such ‘heavy lifting’. Just use an online win double bet calculator to compute your profit before placing your bet, or if you need an each-way double calculator. One popular use of a double bet strategy is to improve your profit when betting on two favourites.

Bet Breakdown

Bet Type
Total Bets
Bets Won
Bets Placed
Bets Lost
Bet TypeTotal
Total Bets0
Bets Won0
Bets Placed0
Bets Lost0

What is a Double bet?

A double bet is the most easy-to-understand multiple bet on offer. It’s just two different bet selections combined into one bet. If your betting double succeeds, you win and receive a good payout – better than you could expect from placing two separate single bets.

A single bet is a bet made on one market event. So, for example, you could gain you a win by accurately guessing the result of just one match. And because your profit is not dependent upon other results, you can cash in a successful bet right away.

If you’re looking to move beyond a single bet and try out new options, a double bet is a worthwhile place to start. All you need is a fairly good knowledge of the sport and the players involved, this should not present you with major problems likely to put you at any greater risk of losing your stake.