Sixfold Bet Calculator

Written by: Alex Windsor
Fact checked by Brian Webb  
Updated: July 12, 2024

Combine six sports bets into a single wager with a sixfold bet. From even the most modest stake, you could pocket some serious wins. To see just how much you stand to take home, enter your selections into our sixfold bet calculator now!

# Odds Win/Place
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Winnings

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What Is a Sixfold Bet?

A sixfold bet is an accumulator made up of six different unrelated events. Even though you are betting on the outcome of multiple events, you place a single wager. The odds for each selection are combined, and you only win if all of your predictions are correct.

Betslip Example

Here is an example of a sixfold bet:

  • Spain to beat France 6/4
  • Netherlands to beat England 2/1
  • Carlos Alcaraz to beat Tommy Paul 2/7
  • Jannik Sinner to beat Daniil Medvedev 2/9
  • Alex De Minaur to beat Novak Djokovic 9/4
  • England to beat West Indies 1/7

All of the odds are added up, bringing the total to 42.78/1. So, for just a £10 stake, your total returns would be £437.76. However, even if one of your selections loses, your entire sixfold bet is ruined!

What Is a Sixfold Bet Calculator?

A sixfold bet calculator reveals your odds and potential payout. Instead of manually adding up the odds for all of your selections, you just type them into the calculator, and in a blink of an eye, you’ll find exactly how much you stand to win down to the pence.

If you’ve got too much free time on your hands or you want to test your primary school maths knowledge, then we’ll show you how to figure out your sixfold bet payout without a calculator:

  1. Convert all fractional odds to decimal odds by using this simple formula: 1+ fractional odds
  2. Multiply the odds together
  3. Multiply the odds by your stake
  4. Then, minus your stake to see your profit

So, using the above example with £10 stake, it would look like this:

  1. (1+6/4) x (1+2/1) x (1+2/7) x (1+2/9) x (1+9/4) x (1+1/7) = 43.78
  2. 43.78 x £10
  3. £437.80
  4. £437.80 – £10
  5. Profit = £427.80

How to Use Our Sixfold Bet Calculator?

We don’t blame you if you can’t be bothered converting and multiplying all the odds. That’s why we recommend using our sixfold bet calculator. All you need to do is:

  1. Select your odds type (fractional, decimal or American)
  2. Type in your stake (the amount you wish to bet, say £20)
  3. Enter all six of your selections and their corresponding odds
  4. Scroll down, and you’ll see the odds for your sixfold bet and your potential return based on your stake

At any time, you can alter your sixfold bet by removing/adding selections, changing the odds or increasing or decreasing your stake. In real-time, our calculator will provide you with updated odds and returns.

Are Sixfold Bets Worth It?

Sixfold bets, like any sports wager, are profitable in the right scenario. They are a sweet spot in terms of selections. Accumulators with two or three legs don’t offer big enough profits, but accas with 10+ legs are extremely hard to win. They are great when coupled with a free bet that you can claim when joining a bookie.

If you stack your sixfold bet with no-hopers, you may as well buy a lottery ticket because you’ve got no chance of winning. However, if you stick to strong favourites, sixfold bets offer a great chance to supercharge your wins. From a £10 stake, you can easily win £200+ by betting on decent favourites.

Whatever you do, don’t fall in love with your returns and add teams just because it causes your potential profit to skyrocket, there is a good reason why the bookie is offering such long odds!

FAQs

  • How does a sixfold bet work?
    With a sixfold bet, you place a single wager on six different sporting events, and if all of your predictions are correct, you win.
  • Can you place a sixfold bet on football?
    You can place a sixfold bet on football and virtually every sport. As long as it has betting markets, you can create this six-leg accumulator.
  • What’s the difference between an accumulator and a sixfold bet?

    A sixfold is a type of accumulator which has six selections. An accumulator can have anywhere from two to 30+ legs.

Alex, a ten-year iGaming industry veteran and Managing Editor at BettingTools specializes in sports betting and betting tools. He also provides insightful reviews, ensures the accuracy of all offers, and maintains content quality helping you make informed choices. Combining professional expertise with a passion for football and soccer, Alex ensures we offer you a reliable resource, focusing on betting tools to assist with odds, accas, and other betting strategies.