A Lucky 63 calculator Bet 6 selections consisting of 6 Singles, 15 Doubles, 20 Trebles, 15 Four-Folds, 6 Five-Folds, and a Six-Fold Accumulator totalling 63 bets.
The Lucky 63 covers all combinations of Single, Double, Treble, Four, Five, and Six-Fold Accumulator Bets across 6 selections
A Lucky 63 is, as the name indicates, a combination of 63 bets put into 1 system. It works exactly like a Heinz bet, but the difference is the added security of also playing singles. When placing a Lucky 63, you are betting on 6 outcomes in 6 different events on 63 bet slips which are split into 6 singles, 15 doubles, 20 trebles, 15 fourfold accumulators, 6 fivefold accumulators, and 1 sixfold accumulator.
At least 1 of the outcomes must be correct for you to get a return on the Lucky 63. The winning odds are either multiplied by each other or the stake to determine your return.
Lucky 63 Calculator
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How many bets are in a Lucky 63?
There is a combination of 63 bets in a Lucky 63 calculator bet
How Do you work out a Lucky 63 Calculator Bet?
Add together the return of each winning Single, Double, Treble, Four, Five, and Six-fold Accumulator Bet. A single win from any selection ensures a return. It is similar to Heinz Bet but includes the Six Single Bets.
Example of a lucky 63
For example, if you play a Lucky 63 with a stake of £1 on each bet slip (£63 in total) on Chelsea to beat Tranmere at odds 1/1 (Evens), Blackburn to beat Coventry at odds 1/1 (Evens), Celtic to beat Hamilton at odds 6/4, Villa to beat Spurs at odds 6/4, Real Madrid to beat Atletico Madrid at odds 1/1 (Evens) and Manchester Utd to beat Arsenal at odds 1/1 (Evens) your return can range from £2 to £991.25 depending on which teams win their respective matches. If none of the teams win their match your stake is lost.
Pros and cons of a lucky 63
The pro of a Lucky 63 is that you can win big if you get 4 or more correct outcomes. The con of a Lucky 63 is that it is an expensive way of betting – even with relatively small stakes.
63 Bets Lucky 63 Calculator
The Lucky 63 calculator bet is the daddy of all six-selection wagers. It’s a full cover, with 63 different bets ranging from six singles to a six-fold accumulator and everything in between. You can also consider it as a Heinz with the addition of 6 singles. In any case, it’s a large gamble that can be difficult to comprehend. This is where the calculator enters the picture.
The eye-watering potential profit will be the first thing to capture your eye. See what happens if you toss in a few losers as well. You’ll notice a profit even if 3 longer shots lose
Of course, you must keep in mind that the lucky 63 requires a total of 63 bets. If you bet £1 per bet, you’ve already lost £63 in stake money. It’s far more doable at a minimum stake of 10p (typical for bookies) – an investment of £6.30. Not bad for a maximum profit of almost 65k. Even better, even if all the outsiders lose, it still makes a tenner profit.