A single bet is a straight bet on the outcome of an event with returns determined based on the amount staked and the odds offered. Learn more.
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What is a single bet? - Read the article to find everything you need to know about the single bet type. Learn about the composition, how its returns are calculated, useful pieces of information and tips on how to improve returns.
Double bet calculator - Have another selection you'd also like to back? A double lets you back both at the same time in a rollover bet that can seriously boost winnings. However if either selection loses the entire bet returns nothing.
Accumulator bet calculator - Accumulators offer the opportunity to increase winnings by combining many single bets into a single rollover that multiplies winnings. The calculator helps work out returns given stake and selections odds.
A single bet is the simplest form of betting. You make a prediction on the outcome of an event by picking a single result, for example a single winner of a horse race or football match.
For a single bet your profit will be the amount of the first number in the odds for every £ of the second number you stake. For example, if the odds are 3/2 then you would win £3 for every £2 you stake, plus your stake will be returned. You can calculate your returns by adding together the 3 and the 2 from the odds, then multiply by the stake. So if you bet £10 at 3/2 then the returns would be 10 x 5 = 50, divide by the denominator, so 50/2 = 25, giving you potential returns of £25.