The betting industry is littered with terms which don’t mean a lot to your average gambler. But learning what they mean, and how they work can really improve your chances of winning.
In this article, we’re going to explain one of the most complicated of these multiples bets, named the Super Heinz.
What is a Super Heinz?
The Super Heinz is named so because it is a step up from its little brother, the Heinz. The Heinz has 6 different selections, however, the Super Heinz needs 7 selections to be chosen for you to do it.
When you place a Super Heinz, you will be betting on a whopping 120 different bets. This includes 21 doubles, 35 trebles, 35 fourfold accumulators, 21 fivefold accumulators, 7 sixfold accumulators, and 1 sevenfold accumulator.
Unlike other bets, this isn’t a full coverage bet as you need two selections or more to win in order to see a return.
Super Heinz example
To place a Super Heinz, there are 120 different bets that need to be placed. So for the purpose of this example, we are going to assume that you will place a stake of just £1. To make things simple, we will also keep the odds for each selection at evens (2.0).
Firstly, you need to add 7 different teams to your bet slip:
Team 1, Team 2, Team 3, Team 4, Team 5, Team 6, Team 7.
Your Super Heinz will include the following bets:
|21 Doubles||Every combination of double between the 7 selected teams|
|35 Trebles||Every combination of treble between the selected 7 teams|
|34 Fourfolds||Every combination of fourfold between the selected 7 teams|
|21 Fivefolds||Every combination of fivefold between the selected 7 teams|
|7 Sixfolds||Every combination of sixfold between the selected 7 teams|
|1 Accumulator||An accumulator comprising of your chosen 7 teams|
To see a return at odds of just 2.0, you need just two teams to win, but in this example, it will give you a return of just £4. Even if 3 teams win, you will win 3 doubles and one treble, giving you a return of £20 and a total loss of £100.
Things start to look a little bit more hopeful if 4 teams win, though. If 4 teams were to win, then you will win, you will win a total of 6 doubles, 4 trebles and 1 fourfold. This returns £12 from the doubles, £32 from the trebles, and £16 from the fourfold. Giving you a total return of £60. However, you’d still be down £60.
Once you win 5 bets at those odds, you would turn a profit, with the profits obviously increasing even further once 6 selections win. However, if all 7 selections win, then it’s time to start celebrating. A Super Heinz on 7 teams which have odds of 2.0 (evens) will give you a massive return of £2052!