Accumulator Calculator | Calculate Your Return

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In this article, you will learn about the accumulator calculator and different types of accumulator bets. Find out more about these betting terms and how this bet calculator can help you determine the potential returns for every type of accumulator wagers.

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Accumulator Calculator

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An accumulator calculator is a tool punters in South Africa can use to work out their accumulator bets. This bet calculator helps them determine their potential payout.

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How Is an Accumulator Calculated?

Calculating an accumulator depends on the type of accumulator bet you opt for. In the text below, you can read about the accumulator meaning in betting and how calculators determine the potential betting returns.


A Double is a bet consisting of two selections. Both selections have to win for a betting slip to be winning. To work out the potential returns, take the odds of each bet and multiply them to get double bet odds. After that, calculate the odds with your stake to determine the potential wagering returns. Alternatively, you can use the accumulator calculator.


A Treble is an accumulator bet that has three selections. Once again, all bets need to succeed for South African wagerers to win.

Multiply the initial stake by the specified odds to calculate the potential winnings. Next, place the total return from that selection along with the first stake on the second selection. Then, repeat the process if it wins. Lastly, add the bet from the last selection and the stake if the third bet is successful.


A Trixie is an accumulator bet in which there are multiple bets on multiple selections. More precisely, it is a three-selection wager consisting of four bets. So, in other words, a Trixie consists of three doubles and one treble. At least two selected options need to win. This is how an accumulator bet calculator works it out:

  1. It multiplies the odds of the first selection with those of the second to create double wager odds. This is repeated for every successful bet and adds the stake to each part of the wager.
  2. Then it multiplies the stake and the odds for each selection and adds those amounts to get the total return for the treble.
  3. Lastly, it adds doubles to a treble to get the total return of the Trixie bet.


In a Patent bet, wagerers place seven bets on three selections. If only one goes through, they get a return. As it has three singles and doubles as well as a treble, itโ€™s best to use a free bet calculator. Otherwise, follow these steps:

  1. To work out the total return on a single, multiply the odds with the stake. Repeat this for every winning single. Then, add the returns up.
  2. When calculating a double bet, multiply the odds of the first and second selections. Do not forget to add the stake to each part of the wager. Do this for every winning double. Then add the total returns of each successful bet.
  3. After, multiply the stake and odds for each selection of a treble. Add those numbers up to get the total return on the treble.
  4. Lastly, add the total returns on singles, doubles, and the treble to get the return on the entire bet.


A Yankee is an accumulator bet having eleven bets on four different selections. In other words, it has six doubles and four trebles. Additionally, there is a four-fold accumulator. To gain a return, punters must have at least two winning selections. Once again, the accumulator calculator comes in handy here. The process of calculating on your own Yankee looks like this:

  1. First, you must multiply the odds of the first and second selections within a double. Then, add the stake to each part of the bet and add up all the winning singles.
  2. Then, multiply the odds and stake for every selection within a treble. Next, you add those numbers up to get the total return. Additionally, you add up all the successful trebles.
  3. Next, multiply your stake by four odds in the wager, which give you the potential betting return on a four-fold accumulator bet.
  4. Finally, add all the winning accumulators to get the total return on the Yankee.

Accumulator Calculator FAQs

Take a look below to see the most frequently asked questions about the accumulator calculator:

How Many Teams Should You Put on an Accumulator?

You need to put at least two teams on an accumulator, which should be a double bet. The highest that some bookmakers offer is 20.

How Many Horses Are Needed for an Accumulator?

You need to pick at least three horses when making an accumulator bet.

What Is a 7 Fold Accumulator?

A 7-fold is a high-risk accumulator bet consisting of seven selections. All selections need to go through for you to be eligible for a return.

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