Lucky 63 Bet in Horse Racing  – How to place a Lucky 63 Bet 🏇
In a Lucky 63, you only need one of your picks to win to get paid. As more and more multiple bets are won, your payoff can climb dramatically. Doubles, triples, four-folds, five-folds, and six folds implies that your payout can increase significantly with each additional winner. It is the most popular bet among horse racing bettors.
What is a Lucky 63 and how does it work?
Your six selections are covered by the 63 bets on a Lucky 63, as follows:
Why should I place a Lucky 63 bet?
If you have six picks in various events that you think will win, a Lucky 63 is a good approach to support them all individually while also ensuring you’re in the running for bigger prizes if two or more of your picks win. It’s faster and easier to put a Lucky 63 than it is to place all 63 bets separately.
Are there any drawbacks to a Lucky 63 bet?
The biggest disadvantage of a Lucky 63 bet is that each of the 63 bets must have the same stake (unit bet), which means you can’t determine how much money to put on particular bets. For example, you might want to put more money on your single than you would in a sixfold bet, which has a much lower chance of winning.
You must place each individual wager if you wish to customize your Lucky 63 stake in this way, which is why many individuals like Lucky 63 despite this disadvantage.
How to Work Out Your Lucky 63 Winnings
Using our Lucky 63 Betting Calculator is the simplest way to figure out how much you’d win in any Lucky 63 result exchange. Here’s how you can solve it on your own:
- To convert fractional quotas to decimals, divide the first number in the fraction by the number on the opposite side and then add one.
- Single bets: yield = decimal odds x stake
- Double: 1 odds selection multiplied by 2 odds selections equals return
- Trebles: one option of x two x options three equals return
- Four-fold: one option of x two x options three times the selection four equals return
How does an each-way Lucky 63 bet work?
An each-way Lucky 63 contains 126 bets because all 63 bets are each-way and the total stake for a Lucky 63 for each-way is double what you need for a Lucky 63 normal.
For each-way horse racing bets, bookmakers usually offer a fifth of the winnings. This means that a £1 per each-way bet (costing £2) on a 5/1 horse pays Evens for the horses put, meaning that the return of your seat would be your profit of £1 plus the stake returned by £1 for the successful bet.
This means that including selections in each-way Lucky 63 bets where the pay per seat for a single each-way bet is larger than the beginning bet makes sense. You will lose money on single bets in each way from Lucky 63 if you go to picks with odds less than 5/1.
What’s the difference between a Heinz and a Lucky 63?
A Lucky 63 is Heinz’s “full-coverage” version. This is because a Heinz does not include the singles that appear in a Lucky 63, and a single winning pick does not result in a prize. 26 bets, 10 doubles, 10 triples, six quadruples, and one five-fold accumulator make up a Heinz. £28.50 for a 50p Heinz. A Heinz may be a better multiple bet than a Lucky 63 if the six selections you want to wager on are traded at short odds. Many of your total bets will be in multiples, resulting in bigger payouts.