A Heinz is a type of bet which consists of 6 selections in total. From these six selections 57 bets are made up, these are 15 doubles, 20 trebles, 15 four-folds, 6 five folds, and one sixfold. It combines every possible bet from the six selections. A Heinz gets its name from the famous food company.
How to place a Heinz bet – what is a Heinz bet
To get here, you must be wondering what a Heinz bet is or even how do I place a Heinz bet. Well, you have come to the right place as we will explain everything you need to know here, we will walk you through step by step. A Heinz is named so because of the 57 varieties of the popular food. From that you may gather there are six selections and 57 bets in a Heinz, that’s 15 doubles, 20 trebles, 15 four-folds, 6 five-folds and one sixfold. For this bet to show any return, then at least two must win the more that win, the higher your payout.
How to build a Heinz
To build a Heinz you will need to select six betting choices you like as shown in our how to place a betting post. As shown in the image on the left the six selections will show you all the different options that you can use, and you want the highlighted Heinz selection.
How to place your Heinz bet
Once you have found your Heinz selection, you will need to enter your stake. The stake you enter will be multiplied 57 times as its 57 individual bets. This means if you entered £1 in the stake box then it would be a total of £57 worth of bets. Once you have selected your stake, confirm the bet and it will be placed.
How do I win
For a Heinz to show a return a minimum of 2 selections out of the six must-win, although if only 2 won the likelihood, this wouldn’t even cover your original stake. The more of your selections that win the higher that your payout would be as the more bets won. Ideally, for a Heinz to pay well, your selections should all be above 1/1 (for odds explanation see here), if you do this and only four selections win, it would still show a good profit.