is the most advanced sports bet calculator available online, allowing you to calculate the stake and profit for a comprehensive range of bets. All of the most popular bet types are supported, including Lucky 15, Accumulator, Single, Double, Treble and Round Robin, along with some of the more unusual bets, such as Flag, Fivespot, Alphabet and Union Jack. Configurable bonuses and consolations can be applied to relevant bets, enabling the calculation of the full expected return.
Large Accumulators and perms consisting of up to 20 selections are possible, with full support for each way bets (including equally divided), and bets affected by Rule 4, dead heat and even joint favourites.
As well as calculating the return on your winning bets, the bet calculator can be used before you place your bet, to quickly compare how the return may be affected by different outcomes for each selection. For example, can you still make a profit if only two of your Lucky 15 selections win?
If youre not sure which bet type to pick you can nowCompare Bet Types, which is an especially powerful tool when used in conjunction with theMaximum Total Stakesetting to equalise the stakes, and ensure that you stay within your spending limit.
Although the Free Bet Calculator is quick and easy to use, even for complex bets, context-sensitive help is available via the information buttons. New visitors may also find the extensiveBetting Glossaryand detailedHelppages useful.
TheNumber of Selectionsvalue is automatically updated when you switch between different bet types,ifthe current value is less than the minimum required for the type of bet.
The number of selections can be increased in order to create perms or, in the case of Accumulators, to simply extend the size of the Accumulator.
The maximum number of selections that can be specified for any bet is 20, but the value is fixed for any bets that can not be permed, such as Alphabet & Union Jack.
TheAccumulator Fold Sizeis automatically updated to reflect changes to theNumber of Selections, but you can perm Accumulators simply by reducing this value to the required fold size.
For example, to perm 4-Folds from 6 selections, set the Number of Selections to 6, and then change the Accumulator Fold Size to 4.
Most bookmakers add a bonus to certain bet types when a particular criterion is met, such asall winners, but there are often conditions attached.
Many bookmakers will only apply a bonus to bets that consistentirelyof horse racing and/or greyhound selections (except ante-post). Some bookmakers will apply bonuses to bets containing selections involved in other sports, but they may restrict them to certain markets. Other conditions may also apply, such as minimum odds for each selection, or a minimum unit stake.
Since there are a number of conditions that dictate whether a particular bet qualifies for a bonus, theInclude Bonusoption makes it easier for you to include, or exclude, the bonus settings from your calculations. This can be done on a bet by bet basis, without needing to alter individual bonus settings, which are otherwise normally fixed for a particular bookmaker.
is displayed below a selection number to indicate that other options are available for that selection.
Simply click the button with the relevant selection number to display a panel containing the less frequently usedRule 4,Dead HeatandJoint Favouriteoptions.
The available options will vary depending on a selectionsStatus, and whether the bet is each way. For example, if a selection has lost, thenWin Oddsis not relevant, so that option is removed from the form.
Win Odds can be entered in eitherFraction,DecimalorAmericanformat, in accordance with the current odds format that can be changed via theSettings.
Total- the number of participants finishing in the same position. In the event of a double dead heat you should enter 2, and in the (unlikely) event of a triple dead heat you should enter 3.
Places- the number of places being offered by your bookmaker for the event in which your selection is taking part.
Position- the finishing position for the dead heat. If the dead heat is for first then you should enter 1, if the dead heat is for second then you should enter 2, etc.
Note:PlacesandPositiononly apply to each way bets.
Total- the number of joint favourites, more accurately termedco-favouritesif there are more than two.
Winners- the number of favourites that won the race. This will normally be 1, since a value of 0 would indicate that your selection did not win. This value will only exceed 1 if joint favourites are involved in a dead heat for first place.
Non Runners (NR)- any favourites withdrawn shortly before the runners come under starters orders.
Note: These options are only relevant if you have backed theUnnamed Favouriteto win, when more than one favourite has been declared.
TheFree Bet Calculatoris the premier online sports bet calculator, offering the most comprehensive range of bets and settling options. All of the most popular bet types available from both online and high-street bookmakers are supported, with options to adjust various parameters to reflect your bookmakers settlement rules.
If you wish to calculate Lucky 15, Lucky 31 & Lucky 63 bets with bonuses and consolations, or if youve picked a handful of selections but cant decide between a straight Accumulator, permed Trebles, or a Lucky 31 and you would like to compare your options, then the Free Bet Calculator is the best website for you.
Is your each way bet equally divided? Have you ever fancied a flutter on one of the more complicated bets, but wasnt sure how much it would cost, or how much you could win? Do you want to limit the amount you spend, and need to be able to work out the unit stake? Has your winning bet been affected by Rule 4 or a dead heat? Did you back the unnamed favourite, only to find that it wasnt the sole favourite? Well, if youve answered yes to any of these questions, then you wont find anything better than the Free Bet Calculator for working out your bets.