How does the Bet Winnings Calculator work?
In 3 simple steps, discover how much profit you could gain from rolling accumulator betting challenges:
- Firstly, add the betting stake for the first bet in your rolling accumulator
- Next, add the total number of bets in your rolling accumulator
- Lastly, add the average betting odds per bet
What is the Rolling Accumulator Betting Challenge?
Everyone loves an accumulator because of the possibility of high odds and high returns, including the Clever Bets team. However, with higher odds, essentially comes higher risk. A rolling accumulator betting challenge (otherwise known as rolling acca) is a betting method some punters use to reduce risk (in terms of odds), by spreading the selections across a number of bets over a period of days. This allows you to spread (and potentially lower) the risk across more fixtures and days.
How does the rolling accumulator work?
In a normal football accumulator, you add four or more selections into one bet. With rolling accumulators, you place multiple bets with any number of selections in each bet. Most importantly, the stake and profits from each previous bet are rolled over to the next bet.
For example, let’s say you started the first bet of the challenge with a £20 stake. And the first bet was Real Madrid to beat Liverpool at 2.00 odds. The return of your first bet would be £40 (£20 x 2.00 = £40). For bet 2, your stake would then become £40. And bet 3 would include that £40, plus the profits won in bet 2.