Dutching Calculator

Spread Your Stake

Evenly spread your stake over several selections so that no matter which one of your bets is successful you win the same amount of profit. You can choose to enter either a fixed total stake or a target profit, followed by the betting odds for each of your selections and any related commission. The amount to place on each bet and the potential profit is updated automatically.

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Enter up to 10 selections (Converts Automatically)

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Dutching FAQ

Dutching is a betting method in which the stake is divided over a number of selections in an event so that the same amount is won regardless of which selection wins. Each of these bets are designed to pay out the same amount, and thereby minimise or remove the chance of making a loss. Read our dutching guide for the full details.

Dutching is useful in situations when there are two or more outcomes you wish to back and have a specific amount to stake. Primarily used for football and horse racing, it is best used on markets where the outcome is the hardest to spot to minimise risks.

Dutching won’t make you the biggest profit as it involved spreading your stake amongst bets, some of which will lose. It takes time and effort to identify they right markets and combinations of bets, but with patience it can be a useful tool.

Dutch bets can be split into 3 main types.

  • Simple is the most basic form of dutching, the stake placed on each market is changed to ensure equal returns, for example £5 on horse A at odds of 4/1 and £10 on Horse B at odds of 2/1.
  • A Stake Limit dutch bet means the total stake stays the same, regardless of how many bets are placed. So if you had a total of £20 to be you could bet £13.33 on Horse A at 2/1 and £6.67 on Horse B at 4/1.
  • The final type is Set Profit in this scenario you place your bets according to the amount of profit each bet makes, for instance stake £10 on horse A and B at 2/1 in a given race, regardless of which one wins your profit would be £20.

Also See

What is dutching? - Read the article for a full explanation of this technique and learn how to split your stake across a number of runners to achieve a fixed return not matter what the outcome. An example also explains the calculations necessary to work out the split.

Bet returns calculator - Work out returns for any kind of bet you might place, from accumulators to lucky 15's. Comprehensive and easy to use supporting a wide variety of betting options including each way betting and fold options.

Each Way Dutching Calculator - Calculates the stakes necessary for equals profits across a selection of each way bets.