Lucky 15 Calculator
The Lucky 15 calculator allows you to make use of the Lucky 15 full cover bet and work out what your stake, return and profit will be before placing a bet. This kind of bet starts out with a four fold accumulator, and for those not in the know, this is one bet made up of four selections in different events. This means that if all four win, you will be successful, but if any of them lose, the bet will also.
Every combination of single, double and treble is contained within this four fold accumulator, which means you are reducing the amount of risk you take in every instance. Essentially, the Lucky 15 betting calculator will help you work out what return you’ll receive when you bet on four selections which make up 15 separate bets in total. These are made up of four singles, six doubles, four trebles and a fourfold accumulator. To understand it differently, you can see the Lucky 15 bet as a Yankee with an additional four singles. If you have one selection which wins, you are guaranteed a return.
This kind of bet is popular with horse racing bettors, and the Lucky 15 betting calculator is good for those who want to do their research on a day of racing, combining their selections and calculating the profit they are likely to receive based on various factors. If you want to place a £1 Lucky 15, it will cost £15, while a £1 each-way Lucky 15 will cost £30.
By using the Lucky 15, you can have a go at landing some big wins while simultaneously keeping your risk low. As you’re making 15 bets, the stake will have to be higher if you want a shot at landing some major prize money. So for example, if you just placed £1 on a four fold accumulator, it could net you some serious cash, but if you’re operating with a Lucky 15 bet, that £1 would have to be split out, meaning your opportunity for winning would be much lower. As such, this bet is good for people who don’t like risk, and if you have a good banker, this will help greatly if other selections don’t end up winning.
To get started with the Lucky 15 calculator, first enter your stake. You have the choice here of entering a unit stake, maximum total stake or exact total stake. The default is set to a unit stake. Then choose the bet type. You can try mixing it up by seeing how your stake would play out with other options, such as the Yankee, Lucky 31 and Trixie. After that, tick one of the boxes if there are particular conditions such as Each Way, Rule 4, Dead Heat or Decimal Odds. Finally, enter the bet odds, and you will receive your results. You’ll be able to see the total stake, total return and total profit.
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