What is a 6 fold accumulator?

What is a 6 fold accumulator?

A Sixfold Accumulator is one bet on six selections. All six selections must be successful to have a return. A Heinz consists of fifty-seven (Heinz 57!!) bets on six selections i.e. 15 doubles, 20 trebles, 15 fourfold accumulators, 6 fivefold accumulators, and 1 sixfold accumulator.

What is a 7 fold ACCA?

Seven-fold accumulators – a bet of seven selections. Eight-fold accumulators – a bet of eight selections, and so on.

What is a 7 horse accumulator called?

A Super Heinz is an alternative to a seven-fold accumulator that yields a payout even if only two of your seven selections win. However, it’s likely you will need more than two winners to make a profit. If you have seven selections on your betslip it’s usually available as one of the multiple betting options.

Is a super Heinz a good bet?

The benefits of a super heinz bet are the reassurances it offers bettors. Even if some of the seven selections a bettor makes as part of a heinz bet do not win, the bettor can still make a return.

What is a 9 fold accumulator?

A Nine-fold bet is a kind of accumulator that works with 10 different event selections. When you choose 10 different events and you make a choice of nine-fold as accumulator, the system automatically arranges all 10 events in a number of places the combination of any 9 of the 10 events.

What is a 4 fold ACCA?

A four-fold is the name given to a type of accumulator which features four different selections.

What is a 9 fold ACCA?

What is a 10 fold accumulator?

The number the precedes ‘fold’ means how many legs are in your bet. A four-fold means there are four selections whilst a 10-fold means there are 10 selections.

What is a 3 fold accumulator?

Multiple bets consist of folds, or legs, and these are the separate selections that all need to be winners for an accumulator bet to be successful. Although it is more commonly called a treble, if an accumulator has three selections it can be referred to as a three fold.