A multiple bet consisting of three selections, all of which must win to gain a return.
The treble is a bet where three selections are made and the returns from the first are rolled over to the second, then the returns from the second rolled over to the third. Larger returns can be achieved using this bet at the expense of increased risk as all it takes is one losing selection for the bet to return nothing. Similar to the accumulator and double, only varying in their number of selections, a double having 2 and an accumulator having 4 or more.
Popular in all sports especially horse racing, all bets in a treble must be on separate events.
Once you understand the workings a treble bet calculator can be used to determine returns.
The following the football results will be used in the examples:
|Home Team||Score||Away Team|
|Tottenham||4 - 0||Manchester City|
|Southampton||3 - 2||West Ham|
|Swansea||1 - 2||Aston Villa|
Assuming a unit stake of £5 on Tottenham to win at odds 3/1 and Southampton to win as odds of 2/1 and Aston Villa to win at odds of 4/1 the winnings would break down as follows:
Using the same bet as above except instead of betting on Aston Villa, the Draw was chosen the bet returns would break down as follows:
Last Update: 15th January 2016
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What is a double bet? - Same as a treble but with one less selection. Visit the page for an explanation and football example detailing how winnings are calculated.
What is an accumulator bet? - Want a rollover bet with more than 3 selections? Learn more about the accumulator bet. Also know as a parlay in the US, this wager is popular because you can win a large amount with a small stake if you choose correctly. The bread and butter of punting, all gamblers should be aware of what this bet entails.