Full Cover Bets

A Full Cover bet is one accumulator bet which has been split into smaller bets that cover much more possibilities.

What does this mean? For example, if you choose three selections in your bet, all three of them have to be correct for you to get a return. In a full cover bet you split the bet up. What this means is that you have a much higher chance of getting a return: even if part of your bet is correct, you can win on it. However, if you win ALL of your selections, generally you will win less than if you put your selections on a single bet.

Full Cover bets are so called because they cover all available multiple bets over a given number of selections. Some include singles as well. And they normally come with specific names: A Trixie is four bets using three selections. A Patent is the same as a Trixie but also includes all the single bets. A Yankee covers four selections, whereas a Canadian (or a Super Yankee) uses five selections. A Heinz is so called because there are 57 different bets. The baked bean manufacturer Heinz used to advertise 57 different varieties, hence, a Heinz, which is based on six selections. The Goliath - our biggest current offering - goes up to 247 different bets.

To see some examples of the Full Cover bets we offer, and how they pan out, check out below. All of these bets are calculated on the basis of a 10,000 UShs bet. Click on the bet name for more details using an example.

Name Selections
you make
Total Types of Bets Total Number
of Bets
Stake/Bet
Trixie 3 3 Doubles and 1 Triple 4 2,500
Patent 3 3 Singles, 3 Doubles and 1 Triple 7 1,429
Yankee 4 6 Doubles, 4 Triples, and 1 Four-fold 11 909
Lucky15 4 4 Singles, 6 Doubles, 4 Triples, and 1 Four-fold 15 667
Canadian 5 10 Doubles, 10 Triples, 5 Four-folds, and 1 Five-fold 26 385
Lucky31 5 5 Singles, 10 Doubles, 10 Triples, 5 Four-folds and 1 Five-fold 31 323
Heinz 6 15 Doubles, 20 Triples, 15 Four-folds, 6 Five-folds, 1 Six-fold 57 175
Lucky63 6 6 Singles, 15 Doubles, 20 Triples, 15 Four-folds, 6 Five-folds, 1 Six-fold 63 159
SuperHeinz 7 21 Doubles, 35 Triples, 35 Four-folds, 21-Five folds, 7 Six-folds and 1 Seven-fold 120 83
Goliath 8 28 Doubles, 56 Triples, 70 Four-folds, 56 Five-folds, 28 Six-folds, 8 Seven-folds, 1 Eight-fold 247 40

 

Example: A Trixie

For example, you choose:

Selection Price
WAA Banjul v Fortune Half-Time Full-Time Home-Home 2.70
Olbia v Grosseto Half-Time Full-Time Home-Draw 12.00
Lille v Reims Handicap (0:1) Draw 3.30

 

As a straightforward accumulator this has a final price of 106.92, which will return you 1,069,200 UShs on a 10,000 USh bet. Pretty good. However, if you get one selection wrong, you get nothing.

As a Trixie, it looks like this:

Selections Price Stake Maximum Return
Olbia: Half-Time Full-Time - Home-Draw and WAA Banjul: Half-Time Full-Time - Home-Home 32.4 2,500 81,000
Lille: Handicap (0:1) - Draw and WAA Banjul: Half-Time Full-Time - Home-Home 8.91 2,500 22,275
Lille: Handicap (0:1) - Draw and Olbia: Half-Time Full-Time - Home-Draw 39.6 2,500 99,000
Lille: Handicap (0:1) - Draw and Olbia: Half-Time Full-Time - Home-Draw and WAA Banjul: Half-Time Full-Time - Home-Home 106.92 2,500 267,300

 

Like this, if you get everything right you get a return of 469,575. This is not as much as above as we have split the stake across separate bets, at 2,500 UShs each. But, if you get, say, the first selection Olbia: Half-Time Full-Time - Home-Draw wrong you will still get a total return of 22,275. In fact with this bet you will definitely get something back if you get only two selections correct.