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How do you calculate a Heinz Bet?

A Heinz bet explained: If you’re confident and knowledgeable about a particular sport, a heinz may be the best way to bet. You form your heinz bet by choosing six events, and need just two of these predictions to come true to secure a return. But, of course, the more selections that turn out to be correct forecasts, the higher your final return.

One key issue is your stake money. With 57 bets involved, a £10 bet would leave you paying out £570. So you need to keep a close eye on this total. Many bookies will allow per-line payments of £0.50 or even less. In addition, the use of an online Heinz betting calculator to pre-check your returns for different stake values, and to assess the impact of different winning permutations, is the best way to bet sensibly.

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What is a Heinz bet?

Resembling an accumulator option – except with more ways to win – the heinz is a six selection cover bet. The heinz framework gives you 57 different bets: 15 doubles, 20 treble bets, 15 four-folds, 6 five-folds plus 1 six-fold accumulator. And because all your selections have the same effect on your potential returns, you can place them on your slip in any order.

Taking its name from the 'Heinz 57 Varieties' advertising slogan, the heinz bet rolls an enormous variety of betting options into one single wager. And provided at least two of your selections are successful, you are guaranteed a winning return.