Super Heinz

What is a Super Heinz Bet?

A Super Heinz Bet is a widely popular betting method that involves seven selections. Named after the famous Heinz company that boasts 57 varieties of products, a Super Heinz Bet consists of 120 bets.

These include 21 doubles, 35 trebles, 35 four-fold accumulators, 21 five-fold accumulators, 7 six-fold accumulators, and 1 seven-fold accumulator.

The unique aspect of a Super Heinz Bet is that it does not require all seven selections to be successful for a return. It is sufficient if at least two of the seven selections win to guarantee a return.

How are Winnings Calculated for a Super Heinz Bet?

Calculating the winnings for a Super Heinz Bet involves a bit of mathematics, but it’s not as complicated as it seems.

In an example of a £10 Super Heinz Bet. Remember, a Super Heinz consists of 120 bets, so your total stake would be £1200 (£10 x 120). Now, let’s say you have made seven selections, each with odds of 2/1.

If two of your selections win, you will have two winning doubles. The return from each double would be £30 (£10 stake plus £20 winnings). So, your total return would be £60, and your profit would be -£1140 (£60 return minus £1200 stake).

However, if all seven of your selections win, then all 120 bets win. The return from each double would be £30, each treble £90, each four-fold £270, each five-fold £810, each six-fold £2430, and the seven-fold £7290.

If you add all these returns together, you would get a whopping £135,120! So, while a Super Heinz Bet involves a larger stake, the potential winnings can be incredibly lucrative if all your selections win.

How many wins are needed for a Super Heinz Bet?

You need at least two winning selections. A Super Heinz consists of 120 bets across seven different selections. These bets include 21 doubles, 35 trebles, 35 four-folds, 21 five-folds, 7 six-folds, and one seven-fold accumulator.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of a Super Heinz Bet?

With 120 bets covering various combinations, the chance of gaining some return is higher compared to simpler bets, especially if you’re confident in several selections. It’s particularly appealing for events where predicting an outright winner is challenging, as it allows for returns even with a few winning selections. The disadvantages include the complexity and the high initial cost, as the total stake is the sum of 120 individual bets.

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