August 2017

Lucky 31

Lucky 31  Personally I’m a big fan of doubles, trebles and four fold accumulators, but for those ager to club together even more selections and not satified with a straight forward five fold accumulator, a Lucky 31, might be the multiple bet for you. It’s a step up from a Canadian/ Super Yankee. That’s a bet that consists of 5 selections totalling 26 bets.: 10 doubles, 10 trebles, 5 four-folds plus 1 five-fold.

A Lucky 31 adds single bets into the equation and so the bet consists of 5 single bets, 10 doubles, 10 trebles, 5 four-folds and 1 five-fold. It’s a considerable number of bets to place and so to an extent waters down the direct and focused nature of a five fold accumulator. On the plus side though, it does reward you for being ‘thereabouts’. Realistically a five fold coming up isn’t a daily occurrence and so if you’re looking to see a return for what essentially is a ‘near miss’ then maybe a lucky 31 is the multiple bet for you.



Heinz  Wherever I hear the word Heinz I usually start walking towards the toaster, but of course, there’s life beyond beans and sometimes it can bring you a healthy profit in the process (and less flatulence) .

A Heinz bet is a multiple bet that’s essentially a level up from a Lucky 31 bet. While a lucky 31 involves various permutations of 5 bet selections, a heinz multiple consists of every variant of 6 selections, totalling an impressive 57 bets, so your stake is split in a great many directions. This can of course be good or bad depending on the confidence of your bet and how you approach betting in general. If anything though, should the wins start coming in thick and fast, it gives you something to look forward to, no matter if every one is a winner!