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What is an up-and-down bet? - Learn about this if-cash bet, the different between single stakes about and doubles stakes about, how winnings are calculated and how winnings roll over from one bet to the next.
Round robin returns calculator - Another if-cash bet but this time on 3 selections. The calculator supports each way bets, dead heats, rule 4 deductions and more. Work out your winnings using this simple yet powerful betting tool.
Single stakes about calculator - Play it safe and conserve more of your profit with the SSA bet. Bank your profit and reduce your stake to limit losses on the second part of each up-and-down pair. This calculator makes it easy to calculate your returns.
A Double Stakes About bet, or DSA, is an example of an Any to Come bet. 2 single bets are placed on 2 selections. If one selection wins then double the original stake is placed as a single bet on the second selection. It is similar to a Single Stakes About bet, but the second bet uses double the original stake, rather than just the original stake.
A Double Stakes About bet is best used when the odds on your selections are greater than evens. If the first bet wins at less than even odds, the entire return will be used to fund the second bet, leaving greater potential to be left out of pocket.
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