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# Super Heinz Betting Calculator

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In this article about a Super Heinz Calculator, we define a Super Heinz bet and show how it differs from a Heinz bet. We show how to calculate a Super Heinz bet by listing the basic principles inherent in any accumulator bet and underline the arithmetic you must do before you decide to place a Super Heinz bet.

## How to Calculate a Super Heinz Bet?

Before we show you how to calculate a Super Heinz bet, we must define a Super Heinz bet. Does it have anything to do with a Heinz bet?

### Super Heinz Bet Defined

You probably know that a Heinz bet is a multiple bet comprising of six selections with a total of 57 bets.

A Super Heinz bet, by comparison involves seven selections and a total of 120 bets, including 21 doubles, 35 treble bets, 35 four-fold accumulators, 21 fivefold accumulators, 7 sixfold accumulators and one seven-fold accumulator as shown in the chart below. Thus, a Super Heinz bet is an extension of the Heinz bet with the addition of a seventh selection. In the process, the number of bets in a Super Heinz bet is more than double that in a Heinz bet.

 Components of Super Heinz Bet Number of bets Doubles 21 Trebles 35 Fourfold accumulators 35 Fivefold accumulators 21 Sixfold accumulators 7 Sevenfold accumulators 1 Total 120

### Super Heinz Bet Calculator

#### Basic Principles

The two basic principles in calculating the returns on any accumulator are:

1. Convert fractional odds into decimal odds
2. Multiply the product of the decimal odds by the stake

Assume that you have bet on seven selections, namely, A, B, C, D, E, F, and G. Further assume that three of those selections (say, A, B and C) went on to win.

In that case, you would have won one treble (ABC) and three doubles (AB, AC and BC). If uniform odds of 2/1 were offered on each winning selection, we would first convert the fractional odds of 2/1 into decimal odds of 3.00.

With 120 bets, your minimum stake would be ₹1200, if you staked ₹10 on each bet.

The yield on a treble can be arrived at by multiplying the product of the odds by the stake as 270 (3x3x3x10).

Similarly, the yield on each double can be computed as ₹90 (3x3x₹10). Hence three doubles would yield ₹270.

Thus, the total yield would be ₹540.

However, if four selections won, with the same uniform odds of 2/1 on each selection, you would win one quadruple, four trebles and six doubles and the total yield would be arrived at as under:

One quadruple would yield ₹810 (3x3x3x3x₹10)

Four trebles would yield ₹1080 (4x3x3x3x₹10)

Six doubles would yield ₹540 (6x3x3x₹10)

Thus, you could get a yield of ₹2430, more than doubling your initial investment of ₹1200 and earning you a handsome profit of ₹1230.

#### How Much Would You Earn If All Selections Won?

If all your seven selections won with uniform decimal odds of 3.00, you would get a yield of ₹163620 on your initial stake of 1200, earning you a profit of ₹162420.

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