# Is a patent bet worth it?

## Is a patent bet worth it?

With a Patent, it is a little different as you can still get a return on your bet even if one of the selections don’t come in. Therefore one key advantage of the Patent bet is that it provides a better chance of a return. It is much like insurance on an accumulator.

## How do you work out a patent bet?

Also described as a ‘cover’ bet, a patent bet means you must make seven selections across three different events. Your series of bets would be three single bets, plus three doubles and then a treble. The practical advantage of a three-leg patent bet is you gain a modest return even for just a single winning leg.

## What’s the difference between a Trixie and a patent?

What is the difference between a Trixie and a Patent? A Trixie bet is similar to a Patent in that you will be using three selections. The key difference is that the Patent includes single bets on all three selections, meaning it includes a total of seven bets as a result: three singles, three doubles and a treble.

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## How much is a patent bet?

How much is the stake for a Patent bet? When you place a Patent bet, you are placing seven bets on three different selections. Your stake is therefore multiplied by 7. So a £1 Patent bet would have a £7 stake, or a £5 Patent bet a £35 stake.

## What’s the difference between a Trixie and a treble?

The trixie is a 3 selection wager consisting of 4 bets: 3 doubles and a treble. This can be considered a treble to which three doubles have been added, the advantage being that should one selection fail to win a return is still generated.

## How much does a Trixie bet cost?

Trixie bet explained: A Trixie betting consists of four bets on three selections in different events i.e. three doubles and one treble. Two or more selections must be successful to have a return. A £1 Trixie costs £4 (to cover all four bets). A £1 each-way Trixie costs £8.

## What is a Super Heinz bet?

A Super Heinz bet consists of 120 bets of equal value covering selections in seven separate events: 21 doubles, 35 trebles, 35 four-folds, 21 five-folds, 7 six-folds and a seven-fold accumulator. It’s most often used in horse racing betting.

## How do you do a Yankee bet?

All you need to do is click the ‘E/W’ box next to Yankee on the betslip. When placing an each-way Yankee, the number of bets you are placing is doubled from 11 to 22. In effect, you are backing all of them twice – once for all of them to win, and again for all of them to place.

## What happens to a Yankee bet with a non runner?

When you have a non runner in a Yankee,the money does not all go onto the 3 remaining runners – all 11 bets still stand. So,1 non runner with 1 winner is just a single at original stake onto the winner.

## How much does a 50p Yankee cost?

A 50p each-way Yankee is calculated as 22 (11+11) x 0.50 which would require a total stake of £11. Each-way betting options are only available on a small number of sports including horse racing and greyhound racing.

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## What is a 4 fold bet?

The term ‘four-fold bet’, in straightforward terms, is a single bet made up of four selections. The four-fold term refers to the number of selections included in the bet and is also the first point where we refer to a multiple bet (a bet containing more than one selection) as an Accumulator or ‘Acca’.

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