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What is a super heinz bet? - Read the article to find everything you need to know about the super heinz bet type. Learn about the composition, how its returns are calculated, useful pieces of information and tips on how to improve returns.
What is a heinz bet? - An article explaining the composition and workings of this 6 selection wager.
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A Super Heinz is also known as a full cover bet. When you place a Super Heinz Bet you choose 7 selections taking part in different events. You then place the equivalent of 120 different bets on those selctions, consisting of 21 Doubles, 35 Trebles, 35 Four-Fold accumulators, 21 Five-Fold accumulators, 7 Six-Fold accumulators, and a Seven-Fold Accumulator.
A Super Heinz contains no single bets. At least two selections of the seven selections must win for any return. The break even and profit point will vary depending on the number of winners and the odds for each portion of the bet.
The main disadvantage of a Super Heinz bet is that with 120 separate bets the stakes are high. A £1 Super Heinz bet requires a £120 stake. The advantages are that there is an increased chance of winning from so many bets and the chances are higher than with an accumulator.
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