A patent bet is a cover bet featuring seven selections: three singles, three doubles and a treble. It means that even if only one of your selections is a winner and the other two legs let you down, you are still going to receive a return into your bookmaker balance.
How is a Patent bet calculated?
Patent bets are calculated by working out the results of the below bets from the selections:
- 3 x singles.
- 3 x doubles.
- 1 x treble.
How does a Patent bet work on football?
It’s becoming increasingly popular to place Patent bets bet on football. In essence, this works in the same way – simply make a selection from each three different matches, and you’ll receive a payout if only one of your selections win. The more selections that come in, the more you’ll win.
How much does a Patent bet cost?
A Patent consists of seven bets on three selections in different events i.e. three singles, one on each selection, three doubles and one treble. One or more selection must be successful to have a return. A £1 patent costs £7.
What’s better Trixie or Patent?
A Patent has seven bets. A Trixie bet only has four. A Trixie has three fewer bets in it. This is because while it contains all the doubles and the treble of a patent, it does not have any of the singles.
How many winners do you need in a Trixie?
In a Trixie at least two selections must be successful to get a return. The treble ensures that if you land all three winners your returns can leap significantly. It’s most often used in horse racing betting.
What is a Lucky 15 bet?
A Lucky 15 consists of 15 bets of equal value on selections in four separate events: four singles, six doubles, four trebles and one four-fold accumulator. … The doubles, trebles and four-fold ensure that with each additional winner your returns can jump significantly as the various multiple bets come into play.
What is a permutation Patent bet?
Permutation betting is the placing of a series of wagers which covers multiple selections in various different combinations, meaning you can still get a return even if some are incorrect. …
What is a lucky bet?
Lucky 15 bet is a type of betting that requires a punter to make four selections – each with its own odds and associated numbers. … All these combine to make a powerful betting combination, which can yield huge wins.
What happens if you have a non runner in a Patent bet?
If there is a non-runner in your Patent, you’ll be refunded for one bet at your original unit stake. Similarly, if you have one winner and one non-runner, you’ll get three bets returned: two singles and a double. In practice, though, your double is effectively another single bet on your winning selection.