Learn All About Lucky Numbers Horse Betting
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The truth behind lucky numbers
You may have heard some people talking in your local bookies or at a nearby racecourse about a lucky 15 or lucky 31. These horse racing multiple bets, like the lucky 63, may sound confusing at first, but they’re actually very simple. We’re here to help with this simple guide to lucky numbers horse betting.
The best thing to do to help you understand how these types of multiple wager on horse racing work is to take you through them one by one. Let’s start with a lucky 15. This bet is where you pick four horses in different races of your choosing and put them on the same betslip. You are backing the four horses to win individually, as doubles, trebles and as a single fourfold accumulator. As with lucky numbers horse betting, you can also go each-way with the insurance of still potentially winning money if the horses you back place rather than finish first.
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Just to break a lucky 15 right down, so you understand it’s 15 bets in one. You are backing four horses; A, B, C and D all as singles. There are then six different doubles you can have via with these; AB, AC, AD, BC, BD, CD. On top of that, a further four permutations of trebles; ABC, ABD, ACD, BCD; and the one fourfold ABCD. So, that’s four plus six, plus four, plus one. A total of 15 bets.
A £1 lucky 15 bet sees you wager a total of £15; £1 going on each individual bet which makes up the multiple. If you were to place the bet each-way, then the amount staked would be £30 as there would be £1 going on each of the 15 bets to win and a further £1 on each of the chosen horses and combinations to place.
That seems simple enough. A lucky 31, meanwhile, is where you pick out five horses you fancy in different races and place them in a multiple bet on the same betslip from the bookmaker. This type of lucky numbers horse betting sees you place five singles, 10 doubles, 10 trebles, five fourfolds and a fivefold accumulator all in one.
Let’s break down the lucky 31 as we did above. You are wagering on five horses now; A, B, C, D and E all as singles. There are also 10 possible doubles with these horses; AB, AC, AD, AE, BC, BD, BE, CD, CE, DE; and a further 10 treble permutations covered; ABC, ABD, ABE, ACD, ACE, BCD, BCE, CDE, DEA, DEB. Your five fourfolds staked on are; ABCD, ABCE, BCDE, CDEA, DEAB. The one fivefold, ABCDE, makes a total of 31 bets. Placing a £1 lucky 31 sees you stake £31 and if you go each-way, then you’ve got £62 on.
That just leaves a lucky 63. Here, you pick six horses in different races and place them in a multiple all on the same betslip. Notice the pattern? This bet is six singles, 15 doubles, 20 trebles, 15 fourfolds, six fivefolds and a sixfold accumulator. It’s 63 bets in total. You’ve got the picture by now with permutations. A £1 lucky 63 bet sees you stake a total of £63 and if you go each-way, that’s £126. Lucky numbers horse betting really is that straightforward, just make sure that you factor in the best horses in the race and take advantage of the most generous odds.