A Super Heinz is very similar to a Heinz. The difference is it has a total of 7 selections which make up 120 bets. These 120 bets are made up of 21 doubles, 35 trebles, 35 four-folds, 21 five-folds, 7 six-folds and 1 seven-fold accumulator. This covers every possible outcome in the seven selections.
How to place a Super Heinz / What is a Super Heinz bet
I am sure if you have found your way here, you have asked the question of what is a Super Heinz? Or how do I place a Super Heinz? Well, here we will show you! A Super Heinz is similar to a Heinz but it has one more selection. So seven selections with a total of 120 bets, these are 21 doubles, 35 trebles, 35 four-folds, 21 five-folds, 7 six-folds and the 7 fold. For this bet to show any return at least 2 must win, the more selections that win, the higher the return.
How to build a Super Heinz
To build a Heinz you will need to select seven betting choices you like as shown in our how to place a bet post. As shown in the picture below the seven selections will show all the different options that you can use, you want the highlighted Super Heinz selection.
How to place your Super Heinz bet
Once you have found your Super Heinz selection you need to enter your stake. The stake you enter will be multiplied 120 times as its 120 individual bets. This means if you entered £1 in the stake box then it would be a total of £120’s worth of bets. Once you have selected your stake, confirm the bet and its place.
How do I win
For a Super Heinz to show a return a minimum of 2 selections out of the 7 must win, although if only 2 win you would not get the best return. The more selections that win, the higher your payout is as more bets have won. For a Super Heinz to pay well, your selections should all be above 1/1 (for odds explanation see here), if you do this and only 4 selections win it would still show as a good profit.