This popular form of multiple bet involves combining three outright selections into one bet. The rewards can be great, however there is increased risk as each selection (or leg) must be successful for the bet to win.
As with Double bets, Treble bets are available for many sports.
The odds for these bets are typically calculated by adding the odds together, multiplying them together and taking away one.
For example, odds of 5/1, 4/1 and 3/1 would be calculated as (6 x 5 x 4) -1. There are also online calculators available to see what you could stand to win.
In most cases (it can vary depending on the event and sportsbook) it is placing two separate bets, a win treble and a place treble at an increased stake.
Increased odds over single bets mean that the returns can be greater. Additionally, the longer odds can mean that you can gain more from smaller stakes. Lower-value favourites can prove valuable as part of a treble.
All legs of the bet must be successful for the bet to win, therefore you should make your selections carefully. There may be a temptation to stake more than you are able to because of tempting odds. Please gamble responsibly and within your means.
Bookmakers offer trebles on most major sports but make sure to consider the terms before proceeding.
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