# Treble Bet Calculator

### As the name suggests, a treble bet involves the bettor choosing three selections. The good news is that, if all three are successful, you will do more than just multiply your profits by three.

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Instead, the odds of each single bet are multiplied by each other. So if you made three single bets priced at £1 with odds of 2/1, you’d make £6 in profits if they all won. But if you had a successful treble with a total stake of £3, the total profit would be £78 – in other words, 13 times as much. However, if all of your selections lose, then you won’t win anything.

This makes the treble bet a good option for those who like taking risks as punters. Fortunately, there are ways to try and improve your long-term win rate with this kind of bet. For example, betting on value is a good strategy. By adding them to a calculator, you can work out what your chances are. Another option is to use the Trixie bet, as this will reduce the risk.

So as an accumulator bet, the treble is good for those who want increased profits and don’t mind taking a risk in the effort of achieving it. It’s popular in football when punters make a long term bet early on in the season, with the expectation that they will rake in the wins at the end. You can also place treble bets on other markets, or on events happening that day only. It’s important to be sure of your selections before making a bet, which is why the bet calculator can come in handy. If you get any predictions wrong, you can’t change your mind while the event is ongoing in an attempt to grab the profits.

The obvious advantage of a treble bet is that good odds can be achieved later on in the bet, as they are set at the point you place it. If you place each one as a single bet, the odds will often shorten at regular intervals. However, with a treble bet, the odds are locked right from the start. Don’t forget, though, that just as the number of predictions needed to win goes up, so too does the risk of losing. So punters who want to start treble betting should ideally already have a good success rate with single bets.

To calculate a treble bet, start out by assuming the stake across the bet is £10. If the first bet is a 3/1 single bet, landing a win would create a £40 return, which comprises £3 for every £1 staked, plus the returned stake. The second bet, if it was a 2/1 single bet, would use the return of the first bet as the stake. So this means a win would net a return of £120, which is the total of £2 return for every £1 staked, making a total of £80 in profit plus the original £40 stake. Finally, if the third bet is a 3/1 single bet which uses the return from the second one as the stake, a win would provide a return of £480. This would be the total of £3 returned for every £1 staked, which is a £360 profit on top of the original £120 stake.

While you could do the maths for a treble bet yourself, it’s much quicker, easier and more convenient to use a treble bet calculator instead, so you can mix and match various numbers to see what the outcomes are.

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