Super Heinz Bet Calculator

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Super Heinz Bet Calculator Explained

A Super Heinz is one of the most complex and demanding combination bets you can make.

With 120 separate bets involved, knowing how to calculate a Super Heinz is vital to understanding what you can win and what your chances are. That’s the only real way to find value in such bets.

To that end, you can find the best Super Hinz bet calculator right here on Betting Fellow. This page is also dedicated to everything about Super Heinz and how Super Heinz bets work. Read it through, along with the rest of our betting tips and strategies, and you’ll soon be wagering with the best of them.

What Is a Super Heinz Bet?

As we just mentioned, if you’re looking to make things complicated, you can’t get much further than a Super Heinz. This is a full-coverage combination bet based on 7 selections. We recommend that you check out our Bet Calculators page to get the full picture of what full-coverage bets entail and all the different options.

In terms of how a Super Heinz Bet works specifically – it takes those seven selections and combines them into every possible accumulator. Note that this only includes Accas – although there is also the option of a Super Heinz With Singles.

What does a Super Heinz consist of, then? We mentioned a grand total of 120 bets. If you were to name the 7 selections A, B, C, D, E, F, and G, the combinations would be as follows:

21 Doubles: AB, AC, AD, AE, AF, AG, BC, BD, BE, BF, BG, CD, CE, CF, CG, DE, DF, DG, EF, EG, and FG.

35 Trebles: ABC, ABD, ABE, ABF, ABG, ACD, ACE, ACF, ACG, ADE, ADF, ADG, AEF, AEG, AFG, BCD, BCE, BCF, BCG, BDE, BDF, BDG, BEF, BEG, BFG, CDE, CDF, CDG, CEF, CEG, CFG, DEF, DEG, DFG, and EFG

35 Four-fold Acuumulators: ABCD, ABCE, ABCF, ABCG, ABDE, ABDF, ABDG ABEF, ABEG, ABFG, ACDE, ACDF, ACDG, ACEF, ACEG, ACFG, ADEF, ADEG, ADFG, AEFG, BCDE, BCDF, BCDG, BCEF, BCEG, BCFG, BDEF, BDEG BDFG, BEFG, CDEF, CDEG, CDFG, CEFG, and DEFG

21 Five-fold Accumulators: ABCDE, ABCDF, ABCDG, ABCEF, ABCEG, ABCFG ABDEF, ABDEG, ABDFG, ABEFG, ACDEF, ACDEG, ACDFG, ACEFG, ADEFG, BCDEF, BCDEG, BCDFG, BCEFG, BDEFG, and CDEFG

7 Six-fold Accumulators: ABCDEF, ABCDEG, ABCDFG, ABCEFG, ABDEFG, ACDEFG, and BCDEFG

1 Seven-fold Accumulator: ABCDEFG.

If all of these numbers seem a bit daunting – that’s because they are. Placing a Super Heinz is a massive amount of work, and should not be taken lightly. A Super Heinz, as the name might imply, takes the ideas of a Heinz one ridiculous step further.

Why Use a Super Heinz Bet?

Let’s get one thing out of the way straight away – there are very few situations where a Super Heinz bet is a good idea. Even if you want to try it just for its own sake, you should always consider what you’re getting yourself into.

The major issue about Super Heinz is the kind of bankroll you would have to provide for it to work. Remember, full-fledge combination bets need to have the exact amount staked on each of their parts. For a Super Heinz, that would mean 120 separate stakes. Even if you were to go as low as £1 per bet, that would add up to £120 total.

Of course, the advantage of a Super Heinz should also be immediately apparent. A well-placed Super Heinz can offer amazing returns. Four correct selections are more than enough to guarantee decent profitability. Anything above that skyrockets your returns.

Which brings us to probably the best part about this combination bet. While it is true that it would be extremely unlikely for anyone to win all 7 selections, it would be just as unlikely to lose them all. This bet type has a lot of variety in terms of degrees of success. There’s a lot of ways a Super Heinz can win besides an absolute success, and that’s what you need to be aiming for.

Speaking of which, if you already have 7 single wagers you would feel confident placing, a Super Heinz might be worth considering. It’s the easiest way to extract as much profit as you can with those predictions. On the flip side, combinations bets always have to use selections with odds of 2.00 or longer. Otherwise, the whole system falls apart, because you would need many more winning selections to turn a profit.

At the end of the day, you can’t expect to make a bet of this complexity work if you don’t put in a lot of effort. It’s a rather unconventional approach to sports betting that is not for everyone, least of all inexperienced punters.

How To Use the Super Heinz Bet Calculator

If there’s one thing that can make the process of placing a Super Heinz easier, it’s a good bet calculator. At this point, it makes us wonder how people even did it before such modern inventions were introduced. Either way, knowing how to calculate a Super Heinz will go a long way in making sure that it's a solid option before committing the necessary stake.

Before you get into the selections themselves, you need to set up the calculator to fit your needs. Make sure that the each-way option is selected if that’s the route you’re taking. After that, pick the odds format (decimal, fractional, or US Moneyline) that you wish to use.

The next step is to set your stake. If you’re not using a round number which you can easily divide by 120 yourself, the calculator offers the option of doing it for you. Just mark your stake as ‘total combined stake’ instead of stake per bet.

After that, you can use your preferred odds format to fill in the odds boxes for each of the selections. Make sure that you fill them out correctly, as even a small odds difference can have a massive impact on the results, considering each selection is used in over 60 individual bets. All that remains to do is adjust whether your selections won or not and observe how it impacts the returns.

Full-coverage combination bets have their roots in horse racing, as do most sports betting concepts as we know them today. This means that horse racing bets have some additional options, such as Dead Heat results and Rule 4.

Super Heinz Bet Example

Now it’s time to get into the full madness of Super Heinz bets through an example. We’ll take some concrete football betting odds, as per William Hill sportsbook offer and see all the different outcomes.

A Super Heinz bet in football might seem a bit unconventional compared to a Horse Racing Super Heinz, but it will serve better as an example. Simple Full Time Result bets on a football match have fewer variables, making the whole process a lot easier to follow. Furthermore, finding 7 suitable selections is much easier due to the popularity of football betting.

A short disclaimer: do not try to imitate the example we’re providing. These selections were made to keep the calculations as simple as possible, not to put together an effective Super Heinz. Our selections are:

Selection 1 is a Champions League matchup: Lyon vs. Juventus. We’ll be backing Juve at odds of 2.00.

Selection 2 is another Champions League match of Napoli vs. Barcelona. Our pick is an Away Win at the odds of 2.10.

Selection 3 is a UEFA Europa League game, FC Porto vs. Bayer Leverkusen. This time we’re going for a Home Win at 2.10 betting odds.

Selection 4: Italy’s Serie A matchup between Genoa and Parma. Home win at odds of 2.20.

Selection 5 is, again, a Europea League match: Gent vs. A.S.Roma. We’re going for an Away Win at odds of 2.30.

Selection 6 is between Malmo FF and Wolfsburg, again for the Europa League. Away win at odds of 2.30.

Selection 7: English Premier League, Newcastle vs. Burnley. Home Win at odds of 2.50.

Any of these can either win or lose, which can have various effects on your final winnings based on the selections’ odds. We’ve structured our list in terms of odds, shortest to longest. As such, Selection 7 will have the biggest impact on the final profit.

The stake for this example is a nice, round £1 per bet, for a total stake of £120.

Let’s take a look at the possible outcomes:

If all 7 selections win, the total returns are a stunning £3499.84. We don’t need to point out how unlikely this is at odds like these, but it will serve to get the picture of how profitable a Super Heinz can be.

If only one selection loses, the returns will end up being between £990.67 (in case selection 7 loses) and £1157.61 (in case selection 1 loses). That’s a noticeable drop, but like we said: 1 selection failing means that more than half of your total bets lose.

In case 2 selections lose, we would still more than double the investment, with returns ranging from £292.74 to £365.70.

If 3 selections lose, this particular Super Heinz stops being profitable. Total returns range from £82.86 to £111.67. In other words, the best possible outcome if 3 selections lose is to more-or-less make back the stake.

4 selections losing would give returns ranging from £21.63 to £30.02. In these cases, you’re working with a significant loss.

Only getting 2 selections right results in negligible returns of £4.20 to £5.75.

Finally, if 1 or none of the selections succeed, we would get no returns.

This should help illustrate how a Super Heinz is all about the selections interacting with each other to truly net profits. On its own, a selection is not likely to get you very far. That’s why you must not only be confident in a part of your Super Heinz bets but you also need to do the necessary work on all of the selections if you want to make a strong Super Heinz bet.

Super Heinz FAQs

Are Super Heinz bets worth it? This is a tricky question to respond to objectively. The real question would be how they compare against other full-coverage combination bets – and the answer is not in Super Heinz’ favour. For example, if you were to compare Heinz vs. Super Heinz through Betting Fellow’s examples, you might notice that the shifted profit margins rarely come up in Super Heinz’ favour. The fact is, considering the amount of work you would have to put in a Super Heinz and how low the implied probability of it winning is, the payouts are questionable at best.

If you’re adamant about playing long-shots such as these, a simple seven-fold accumulator would get you a much better return on your stake. Of course, statistics and betting theory all agree that this is not a great idea. All in all, as we’ve stated multiple times, if you’re looking for a full-coverage combination bet, something smaller like a Yankee is a smarter option in 95% of cases.

Is Super Heinz a good bet?

A Super Heinz has a lot of problems, but they are not unmanageable. Check out the previous question for more details on the disadvantages of Super Heinz bets, as well as the “Why Use a Super Heinz Bet?” section of this Super Heinz betting guide.

How does a Super Heinz bet win?

The results of a Super Heinz bet are not a binary win or lose. It consists of 7 selections, meaning there are at least 7 different outcomes before even taking into account all of the different odds. A Super Heinz wins only as much as its constituents do.

That’s why Betting Fellow has created the Super Heinz betting calculator you can find on this page. It allows you to check all of the different outcomes and potential winnings before ever placing your bet. To get the best picture of Super Heinz’ outcomes and how a Super Heinz bet wins or loses, check out our example. It can be found right on this page.