How to Place a Round Robin Bet?
A Round Robin Bet is a three selection wager based on 10 bets: 3 doubles, 1 treble and 3 up-and-down single stakes about pairs (SSA).
The Round Robin consists of the following parts:
|Part||Selection (1-3)||Number of Bets|
|Double||12, 13, 23||3|
|Up and Down SSA||12, 13, 23||6|
Calculating the Returns
A return on this bet is guaranteed if at least one winner is selected. However, the disadvantage is that the stakes are higher in comparison with other bets. The Round Robin is often thought of as a Trixie as it has 3 up-and-down single stakes about pairs added and so is very similar to a Patent. Each selection appears in two up-and-down SSA bets, a treble and two doubles. If any selection loses the returns can be dramatically reduced.
The winnings can be calculated by long hand but most people prefer to use a calculation tool such as our Round Robin Bet Calculator.
To understand how the returns are affected by different outcomes, why not enter different odds or change the stake on our Round Robin Bet Calculator and see how the returns are affected.
Here are some useful terms and links:
Round Robin Bet Calculator - Simply enter your bet details and the odds and this free tool will calculate your winnings.
What is an Up and Down Bet? - This is a guide to the if-cash-up-and down component of this bet and explains both the SSA and DSA betting styles. Extremely useful whether you are a novice or experienced punter.
What is a Treble Bet? - A treble bet is an accumulator with three selections. Using a football based example, this page gives you a step by step guide on how to calculate your winnings on a treble bet.